Veteran rifleman Ezuan shows he can still be a hotshot


PETALING JAYA: National rifle shooter Ezuan Nasir Khan has still got it in him to put up a stellar performance after he clinched the 50m men’s rifle prone event win at the Selangor Shooting Championship.

The 35-year-old, who was dropped from the national programme in 2020, has been steadily improving his performance after returning to the Navy base in Lumut to further hone his skills.

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