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Skinner beats the clock to give Segamat fourth title

KUALA LUMPUR: Segamat bagged their fourth Malaysian Women’s Basketball League (MWBL) title but not after a buzzer beater in the final seconds of the match by Australian import Demi Skinner in a thrilling final.

Move it: Segamat’s Demi Skinner (left) trying to dribble past a Matrix player in the final match at the Maba Stadium yesterday.

Early exit once more

MALAYSIA’S World Cup campaign is all over after losing 3-5 to Germany in the do-or-die Group D match at the Kalinga Stadium.

Eyes on the ball: Malaysia’s Fitri Saari (left) in action against Germany’s Dan Nguyen during the Group D match at the Kalinga Stadium yesterday.

Pakistan face disciplinary problems and misconduct

THE Pakistan hockey squad are becoming famous in the World Cup for all the wrong reasons.

Red Lions’ appetite whetted after reaching knockout stage

BELGIUM are one of the hockey powerhouses but unfortunately, they have not won any major silverware.

India ready to get down to business in quarter-finals

INDIA are done “warming-up”.

Dragons suffer second defeat in the ABL

PETALING JAYA: The Westports Malaysia Dragons suffered their second defeat in the Asean Basketball League after losing 60-65 to Saigon Heat.

Young-seon emerges as a surprise Masters winner

PETALING JAYA: It was never in Cho Young-seon’s plan to participate in The Masters bowling championships.

Jessica breaks her streak of being second best with junior open crown

BUKIT JALIL: The smile on national junior squash player Jessica Keng said it all.

Top swimmers challenge FINA with lawsuit

(Reuters) - Three world-class swimmers have filed a lawsuit in the United States, challenging what they allege is the monopoly world governing body FINA has over the control of international competitions.

India close in on victory after Australia wobble

ADELAIDE (Reuters) - Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and paceman Mohammed Shami combined to tear through Australia's top order and bring India within six wickets of victory on day four of the series-opening test on Sunday.

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