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Winning start for Juniors
The Junior Rhinos kicked off their 2018 President’s Cup campaign on the right footing after nicking a narrow 1-0 win over Kedah in a Group A opener at the Tuanku Abdul Halim Stadium in Alor Setar yesterday.
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Jesselton Reds anniversary dinner on March 17
The dinner will take place at the Promenade Hotel, near here on March 17 from 6pm-11.30pm whereby all Liverpool fans are invited.
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Luton A outgun Luton C in decider
Luton C settled for second with RM500 cash, trophy and medals, whereas Tanaki Youth and Kitou FC finished third and fourth, receiving RM400 and RM200 cash plus trophy and medals, respectively.
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Football legends can transform youngsters into better players
“We invited the likes of the legendary Datuk James Wong, Matlan Marjan as well as Datuk Hassan Sani and Malim Surat into the team so that they can share their experience with the youngsters.
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Jelius wary of Crocs backlash
Jelius Ating insists Sarawak will still be a difficult team to beat despite the fact that their opponents are facing an alleged match-fixing scandal.
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95 to participate in 50th MSS Athletics Championships
A total of 95 District Schools Sports Council (MSSD) athletes will participate in the 50th MSS Athletics Championships which will be held at the Likas Sports Complex in Kota Kinabalu from March 21 to 25.
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Seniors add bite to State Juniors opener
“They are not strangers to us because they are either from the Under-21 or Under-19 squad last season. I believe that with them around, we are a much stronger side,” said Yassin.
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Jelius tinkers on winning strategy
Jelius Ating may opt for an attacking formation when they take on Sarawak in a Premier League tie at the Likas Stadium on Saturday.
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Locksley impressive in Time Attack Challenge
The Kota Kinabalu lad, who previously represented Sabah at a number of championships in Sarawak, posted a blistering average time of 34.73 seconds to run away with the title at the Puspakom test track, near Ranau town.
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Aiyyman: U-19 squad physically, mentally fit
Sabah Under-19 head coach, Mohd Aiyyman Johny Abdullah declares his team’s readiness to face the new Youth Cup season which is expected to kick off in a week’s time.
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City Express favourite for Chairman’s Cup
Total prize money of RM33,260 awaits the winners of the Royal Sabah Turf Club (RSTC) Chairman’s Cup to be held at the Tambalang Race Course in Tuaran, near here.
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Pito needs more time
“When we signed him, our hope was that he will be our main goal poacher, and now he has one in three games, which is quite good,” the Sabah Rhinos head coach said.
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120218_morning-colour 20th Anniversary Celebrations of Special Olympics Sabah
We are very thankful to all those who took part in the race to support of our cause,” said Special Olympics Sabah Acting President Taren Sunil Manoharan who is also the Special Olympics Sandakan Chairman.
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120218_muaythai-colour Boost for Muay Thai at primary schools
The inclusion of muay thai classes into primary schools’ curriculum activity can be a stepping stone in the state’s bid to increase the number of muay thai athletes.
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120218_golfer-colour Consistent Christopher bags Junior Open crown
The Sukma Games hopeful played consistently over the two days with rounds of 76 - 76 to capture the Boys’ Overall title on eight-over par, seven shots clear of second place finisher, Eldrick Chong.
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