JM Antbees lack the bite now but will sting in the future, says Jiwa

Listen up: Jiwa Mohan (fifth from left) and K. Keevan Raj (wearing cap) and JM Antbees coach Eugene Lee before a training session.

PETALING JAYA: Debutants JM Antbees may be far from being title contenders at the Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) but the team, a brainchild by former international Jiwa Mohan have brought some fresh breath with their unique appearance this season.

The majority of the Antbees are Under-21 players and their first season has been strengthened by Jiwa himself and his former national temmates K. Keevan Raj and Baljit Singh.

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