Youngsters may have fallen short but still a good sign for future

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia may have fallen short at the ongoing World Junior squash championships in Nancy, Paris, but having a very young team augurs well for the coming editions.

C. Ameeshanraj, Andrik Lim and women’s team member Yee Xin Ying – will be overaged for the Under-19 event next year but the rest will get their chance to improve on their current performance.

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