It’s C for class


Double success: (from left) S. Sivasangari, Rachel Arnold, Aifa Azman, C. Ameeshenraj, Aira Azman, Ng Eain Yow, Syafiq Kamal and Addeen Idrakie pose after Malaysia won both the men and women’s titles at the Asia Team Championships. — Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Debutant C. Ameeshenraj turned hero for Malaysia when he delivered the winning point against Hong Kong in the Asia Team Championships in Dalian, China, yesterday.

The 20-year-old Ameeshenraj hardly showed any nerves as he rose to the occasion by beating Tang Ming Hong 8-11, 11-8, 11-6, 11-4 to help Malaysia edge Hong Kong 2-1 for the men’s title.

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