Zen Hong’s future looks bright after second place finish

PETALING JAYA: Cheah Zen Hong has been showing good progress since winning the men’s 10m pistol gold at the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Kuala Lumpur last year and is giving signs that he can be a quality back-up for Olympian Johnathan Wong.

The 17-year-old Zen Hong finished second behind his idol in the 10m pistol event of the Ally Ong Trophy in Subang yesterday.

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