Nordiyanah stays buoyant despite third loss


Leading the charge: Malaysia’s Nordiyanah Noorsabadinee (with ball) in action at the Nations Cup.

PETALING JAYA: Nordiyanah Noorsabadinee is an unwavering optimist.

Even after the national netball team were beaten 67-38 by Botswana in the Nations Cup at the Singapore Sports Hub OCBC Arena yesterday for their third loss in four matches, Noordiyanah could see the bright side.

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