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SHA selects 18 players for Sukma

7th June, 2018

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Hockey Association (SHA) has selected 18 state players for its Malaysia Games (Sukma) squad bound for Perak this September.

During the association’s visit to Youth and Sports Minister, Frankie Poon Ming Fung, its president Dr. Charanjit Singh Gill briefed the minister on the SHA’s background, activities, achievements as well as their preparations for the upcoming Sukma.

“We have selected 18 players comprising of boys’ and girls’ teams to represent Sabah during the Sukma and now we are in the phase of undergoing training to prepare for it,” he said at the ministry’s office at Wisma Muis, Sembulan on Tuesday.

In response, Frankie urged SHA to intensify its efforts to develop Sabah hockey productively by unearthing talented local players who one day will excel in the sport and bring honour to Sabah in the future.

“Thus, I hope SHA will prepare the state players representing Sabah to the Sukma Games thoroughly and I’m looking forward to seeing the hockey team bringing home medals from Perak,” he said. – UMESH RAJAN

   
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