Malaysia send largest-ever squad to British Juniors


PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will send 22 players – their largest-ever contingent – to the prestigious British Junior Open squash championships, to be held in Sheffield from Jan 2-6.

The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) will fully cover the expenses of 11 players – Ng Eain Yow (boys’ Under-19); Siow Yee Xian, Danial Nurhaqiem (boys’ Under-17); Mohd Amir Amirul (boys’ Under-15); Joachim Chuah (boys’ Under-13); Andrea Lee, S. Sivasangari (girls’ Under-19); Aifa Azman (girls’ Under-17); Jessica Keng, Wong Heng Wai (girls’ Under-15); and Aira Azman (girls’ Under-13).

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