Aira to lead young squad in bid for third Asian junior team title

Huge task: Aira Azman (left) and Co are expected to be given a tough challenge by hosts India in the Asian Junior Team Championships in Chennai.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian women’s squash team may not be the formidable force but the Aira Azman-led squad are expected to give their all to secure a third title in the Asian Junior Team Championships in Chennai, India, from Feb 8-12.

Aira, the Asian Under-19 champion, will guide a young squad comprising J. Yasshmita, Whitney Isabelle Wilson and Doyce Lee with hosts India expected to provide the toughest challenge.

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