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Sabah reign supreme in Junior Badminton Circuit

12th March, 2018

KUANTAN: Sabah were the toast in Kuantan (Zone A) and Johor conquered Zone C in Putrajaya in the 100PLUS National Junior Badminton Circuit (1st Leg) which ended on Sunday.

The East Malaysian state won six of the 12-titles at stake in the age group tournament – making a clean sweep of all the three singles in the Boys’ Under-16, Under-14 and Under-12 through Samin Desmond Anthony, Elvestly Daniel Edry and Jun Ket Muhd Arif respectively.

Sabah also took the Girls’ Under-16 title through top seed Samin Arena Satu while Goh Shuen Tong lived up to her top billing in the Under-14 category.

Shuen Tong completed a double when she partnered Melody Wong Jin Ning for a 21-7, 21-10 win over compatriots Rabiatul Hidayah Muhammad-Elaine Wee Yu Ling for the girls’ Under-14 doubles title.

Penang were next best with four titles (girls under-12 singles and doubles; boys’ under-16 doubles and girls’ under-16 doubles) while Perak won two – the boy’s under-14 and under-12 doubles.

Johor ruled at Presint 11 with five titles with Muhammad Affan Atabek defeating compatriot Muniandy Sharveen 21-14, 20-22, 21-5 for boys’ Under-16 title.

The southern state also won the girls’ under-14 singles; the boys’ under-16 and under-14 doubles and the under-12 girls’ doubles.

Kuala Lumpur picked up four titles (boys’ singles and doubles in the under-12 category; girls’ under-16 singles and girls doubles under-14.

Melaka won three titles – all in the Under-12 categories – the boys’ and girls under-12 singles and the boys doubles. – PR

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