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Thursday, July 05, 2001

Football - Poor show by junior Rhinos

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - While the Sabah seniors are enjoying a good spell in the Premier II soccer league, the same cannot be said of the juniors, who are languishing in the Reserve League and will not make it to the President's Cup rounds.

Perak hammered the last nail in their coffin when they edged visiting Sabah 1-0 at the Sultan Yussof Stadium in Taiping last Sunday. The defeat literally ended the junior Rhinos' quest of making it into the President's Cup quarterfinal.

Even if the junior Rhinos manage to win all their remaining five matches, it would not guarantee them a place in the quarters, unless the results of the other matches turn out to be in their favour, an unlikely to happen.

Currently lying second from the bottom with a mere eight points from 11 outings, the junior Rhinos are as good as out of the race for the quarterfinal slot.

Pride is all there is to fight for in their remaining fixtures.

For the record, fourth-placed Perak are currently leading the junior Rhinos by 12 points and only a miracle can help them overcome the deficit. Sabah has made it to final of the President's Cup four times but only won it in 1999.

This year could well be considered as Sabah's worse outing in the competition. In the clash with Perak, it was a fifth minute header by a home team player that denied the junior Rhinos of reaping at least a point.

Assistant coach Matasan Ahmad when contacted said the solitary goal of the match was actually a blunder by the junior Rhinos.

He said it started from a corner kick which Amat Nuraji accidentally headed towards the Perak player who made no mistake heading in the ball into the junior Rhinos goal.

The coach also said that they could have scored the equaliser at the end of the first half but Rosdin Wasli's shot hit the goalpost. Matasan said, after the breather the junior Rhinos controlled the game and had several goal-scoring chances but none of it was fruitful.

Citing an example Matasan said, striker Mohd Zulfadly Sabdani had two opportunities but his header from close range went off target.

As for Gilbert Junior, the Perak players had him tightly marked.

Matasan said the junior Rhinos were forced to play with 10 men in the last 25 minutes after defender Erbin Husli was given the marching orders for a foul. Despite playing with a man less, Sabah managed to dominate the game but were let down by poor finishing.

Matasan also blamed lack of sleep among the players as one of the reasons for the defeat. He said, they arrived in Taiping, Perak at 3am on Sunday. For the record, the Sabah-Perak tie was played at 4.45pm.

Sabah's next match will be against Terengganu on Sunday at the Labuan Stadium.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Swimming - Sabah swimmers head table with three golds

BUKIT JALIL: Sabah topped the standings on the first day of the Malaysian Open Swimming Championships with three gold medals after seven finals were held at the Bukit Jalil Swimming Complex yesterday.

Golds from Jimmy Wong in the men's 400 metres individual medley, Claudia Leow (women's 200m backstroke) and the men's 200m individual relay team kept Negri Sembilan in second spot with two gold medals.

Negri won their events through Linvern Lim in the men's 200m backstroke and Siow Yi Ting in the women's 200m individual medley.

Perak and Kuala Lumpur meanwhile are third and fourth respectively on the table with one gold medal each.

Perak however has two silver medals.

Cindy Ooi got the gold for Perak in the 100m freestyle while Kuala Lumpur's win came from their women's 200m individual relay team.

Selangor are fifth with two silvers and a bronze.

Kedah are in sixth spot with one silver and a bronze while Sarawak occupy the seventh spot with only a silver medal.

Source: The Star

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M-League - Chase for title wide open now

PETALING JAYA: Just one game into the second round, the Premier I title chase has been thrown open following the stumble by leaders Terengganu and victories by the chasing pack in matches on Tuesday.

Just over a month ago, Terengganu looked as though they would be the runaway winners in the championship after notching an unbeaten streak of nine wins and one draw to open up a seven-point lead.

But two consecutive defeats, on either side of the month-long break for the Merdeka Tournament, have shaken Terengganu's pedestal. They were beaten 0-1 by bottom side Johor and on Tuesday fell to a 1-2 defeat by Perak.

With 10 matches more to go, they now hold a three-point lead over Penang. Unheralded Kelantan are another point adrift in third place.

The second group of five teams are still very much in the running for the title. Led by Pahang, the group comprises Selangor, Sarawak, Perak and Negri Sembilan. They are no more than two points apart but are 10 points off Terengganu's tally.

Having complained about the national team's training upsetting their rhythm, Terengganu, with seven internationals, will have to quell the critics with an emphatic home display when they entertain Kelantan on Saturday.

Terengganu are unbeaten at home in six matches and they will start as favourites but their mental strength and staying power will be tested to the limit by Kelantan, who won promotion to Premier I this season as the Premier II champions.

Penang have an easier task when they host Kuala Lumpur but they should be kicking themselves for letting slip the chance to narrow the gap on Terengganu to just one point on Tuesday.

They dominated the match against Selangor at the Shah Alam Stadium and should have won comfortably. They missed a penalty and saw two of their attempts hit the upright.

An own goal by Shamsul Amri Abu Bakar gave them the lead but Penang allowed Rusdi Suparman to score the equaliser 13 minutes from time.

Selangor coach Abdul Rahman Ibrahim admitted his team were lucky to have escaped with the draw while his counterpart Irfan Bakti was philosophical with the point.

"We were lucky to share the points. The players showed their lethargy from the exertions with the national teams and having no rest for the past month. They should be all right by next week," said Abdul Rahman.

Irfan had little to complain about his players' performance.

"To pick up a point away from home and the fact that we are still in second spot in the league is still quite satisfying," said Irfan.

With the front trio out to consolidate their positions and the second pack chasing to close the gap, teams lower down the table, Kuala Lumpur and Perlis, should be playing the spoiler roles.

And Malacca and Johor are destined to fight for survival to avoid the sole relegation spot.

Source: The Star

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M-League - Crocs share points

MALACCA and Sarawak played to a 2-2 draw in their Premier One match at the Kubu Stadium in Malacca last night.

The visitors went into the lead through Ramles Sari in the 27th minute after a mistake by Malacca goalkeeper Zainal Rabin.

Zainal sent a freekick which fell to Ramles who lobbed from 30 metres out after noticing that the goalkeeper was way off his line.

Malacca equalised seven minutes later through a header by Rashid Mamud. The score was tied 1-1 after the first 45 minutes.

Three minutes into the second half former Malacca player Halim Jantan put the ball in the homesters' net but was ruled off-side.

Sarawak went into the lead in the 68th minute when Ramles rammed home after a fumble by Zainal.

In the 84th minute Mohd Ariffadillah made a solo run before passing to M. Gunalan who scored Malacca's equaliser from 10 metres out.

In another match, Kelantan beat Johor 3-1 as the east coast side began their second round campaign of the Premier One competition at the Sultan Mohamed Stadium.

Striker Anuar Abu Bakar scored in the 32nd and 44th minutes to help Kelantan collect three points. The other goal was scored by Fatrurazi Rozi in the 77th minute with Johor replying through Mohd Jamil Ismail in the 70th minute.

Right after the first whistle, the homesters went into attack and almost scored when Mohd Hardi Ahmad's attempt hit a goalpost with Johor's keeper Othman Katmon completely beaten.

In the 32nd minute, a weighted cross by Tuan Kamree Tuan Yahya found Anuar who headed home for the homesters' first goal. Othman was beaten again 12 minutes later.

This time a corner kick by Tuan Kamree found the diminutive Anuar who scored his second goal of the match.

After the breather, Kelantan almost scored on two occasions but they were foiled by the alert Othman.

Johor was awarded a penalty in the 70th minute after Kelantan defender Sarudy Aziz handled the ball in the box and Mohd Jamil Ismail easily slotted the ball home.

Seven minutes later, Fatrurazi sealed the victory in Kelantan's favour when he blasted home a Tuan Kamree's cross.

Meanwhile, a last minute goal by national striker Khalid Jamlus enabled Perak to upstage Terengganu 2-1 in the Perak Stadium.

Play in the first half was even with both sides having equal chances at goal. In the 20th minute, Terengganu's Wan Rohaimi Ismail ballooned over his shot and three minutes later Perak's K. Nanthakumar blasted wide of the Terengganu goal.

Wan Rohaimi missed again in the 30th minute and in the 45th minute, Khalid Jamlus fumbled his shot with only Terengganu keeper Md Shamsuri to beat.

The action exploded in the second half when Shahrulnizam Sahat connected a Rosdi Talib corner in the 65th minute to give Terengganu the lead.

Perak equalised 11 minutes later when Khalid's attempt deflected off Shahrulnizam and went into goal.

With the game heading for a draw, Khalid received a delicate pass from Azrul Amri Burhan in the dying seconds and fooled Mohd Shamsuri to score Perak's winning goal.
In Shah Alam, Selangor were held to a 1-1 draw by Penang at the Shah Alam Stadium.

Penang found the opener after 26 minutes through an own goal by Selangor's Shamsul Amri Abu Bakar while Selangor equalised through Rusdi Suparman in the 77th minute.

Selangor, the FA Cup champions, did not start convincingly. Their performance was way below par and they struggled to get their game right. Their strikers Rusdi Suparman and Nizaruddin Yusof were kept at bay and as a result they failed to make a breakthrough.

Selangor's dismal performance allowed Penang to dominate the game and they came close to scoring in the 5th minute but Fareed Shah Zainal's attempt from outside the box hit the crossbar.

Penang could have taken the lead in the 10th minute when they were awarded a penalty following a foul by Asmawi Bakiri on Fareed inside the box but R.Suresh-kumar's shot was saved by Azmin Azram Aziz.

In the 20th minute Penang had another golden chance but S.Sutesh's attempts from inside the box was denied by the goalpost with Azmin already out of position.

Penang's goal finally came in the 26th minute. It was an own goal by defender Shamsul Amri Abu Bakar whose clearance off a free kick by Aiman Wong went into their own net.

In the second half, Selangor displayed a different game and they were more aggressive with their attacks but Penang were already in their element.

Despite an aggressive performance by the homesters, Penang had more looks at their opponents' goal but were let down by poor finishing. They could had increased their score in the 56th minute but a first timer by Fareed was pushed away by Azmin for a fruitless corner.

Selangor's search for an equaliser finally paid off in the 77th minute. Rusdi put his name in the scoresheet when he had a simple task of tapping home Yusri's set-piece to seal the game with a draw.


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Wednesday, July 04, 2001

M-League - ‘Bias against the Wasps'

This refers to Benny Ang's write-up titled "Brunei see red over reward".

It is shocking news and a miserable situation for us all, the fans and supporters perhaps along with BAFA officials (not forgetting Mick Jones who partially brought us the Malaysia Cup win in 1999) that what the Wasps should be awarded has been denied.

Should we just keep quiet what is now felt as "anti-Brunei" sentiments?

This perhaps with the many incidents being unjustifiably treated on the team when playing against any of the other teams during the first round of the Premier Two matches.

I would wish to name this unfair treatment as "bias against the Wasps."

As a great fan of the Brunei national soccer team, I personally believe that fans have been contributing to the gate collections at all matches played in Brunei Darussalam and that the levy as I understand it (10% of gate collections) is paid to the FAM.

The vast amounts, particularly from 1997 to 1999 came from Brunei's participation (as the only invited team).

Comparing this to supposedly the RM15,000 award may not be a level match, considering what the FAM have already received from us, the fans and supporters of Wasps.

Secretary-General of BAFA (as quoted in another newspaper on the same day) has admitted that he did not have time to read the fine-print (for rules regarding prize-money) and I do suspect that within these rules there could be a clause "only for Malaysian state teams".

If what I guess is correct I can now say that such rules are designed against the Brunei national team and we may never get anything in return.

However, I hope that we shall not be denied again of any awards in the future, say if we win the Malaysia Cup for the second time in three seasons.

What I am trying to imply here is there may be such rules in which invited teams will not be awarded the cup and cash this year, but the Wasps shall only be declared as the champions.

Please watch out for this "planned tactic" and we shall not fall for the same situation as a bad treatment from the FAM.

Lastly I hope that the Wasps (the players), officials, donors (if any) and Mick Jones do not be discouraged by this and trust that they will continue to do their very best in their soccer endeavours.

- Mohd Shariff Hj Naweh
- Selayun, Mukim Sengkurong.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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M-League - Crocs banking on mental strength

By Scott Apoi

SARAWAK will bank on their mental strength to get the goals against Malacca in their second round opening match of Premier One at Kubu Stadium today.

The team's preparation, which was interrupted by the suspension of five players for their alleged involvement in drug abuse, is progressing smoothly and the boys have regained their fighting spirit as seen during training.

"The boys have put the "bad chapter" behind them and are looking forward to the match against Malacca," said coach Jalil Ramli, adding: "We will rely more on our mental strength to get the goals."

The coach said that during training he did not put much emphasis on physical training but instead focus on building their mental strength.

"After the incident, we need to be mentally prepared to progress further in our Premier One campaign," he said.

Jalil will be without Johor import Nazri Yunus, who is currently suspended for alleged drug abuse along with regular players Samsul Napiah, Mohd. Safri Amit, Abang Za'fari and third choice goalkeeper Mohd. Firdaus.

The coach has several capable players to fill the gap and said he would decide on who to field before the actual game. On Jalil's list to replace Nazri are G. Muthu, Efandi Sugandi and Gilbert Cassedy Gawing.

Available players to replace Samsul Napiah in defense are Johnny Joseph, Billy Winsell and Jeffry Akup.

Jalil will once again field Mohd. Azly Abdullah between the goal posts although first choice goalkeeper Mazlan Wahid has fully recovered from his injury.

"Azly has proven himself while Mazlan was treating his injury. It will be a good exposure for him to play in the first game of the second round (of the Premier One)," Jalil said.

Azly had also received positive comments from other teams for his brilliant performance in the FA Cup finals.

On their chances against Malacca tonight, Jalil said they have a good chance to collect full points provided that the players perform as impressive as they did against Selangor in the finals of the FA Cup.

"Although Selangor eventually became the champions, their spectacular performance that night is still fresh in our mind. If the Crocs are to perform like the way they play against Selangor, collecting the three full points against Malacca is possible," said the coach.

Asked on his game plan for tonight, Jalil commented that he would only make some minor tuning up because the players are comfortable with their current format of play.

Jalil has eighteen players with him for the match against Malacca and the Crocs would be away for a week as they are scheduled to meet Perlis this Saturday for their second game in the second round of Premier One.

Source: Sarawak Tribune

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Tuesday, July 03, 2001

Karate - Sabah karatekas for World Cup meet in Tokyo

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah's Kuala Lumpur-based national karate trainees, Anney Henry and June Moinjil have been included in the national team to take part in the 4th Women's International World Cup Karate Championship to be held from July 13 - 14 in Tokyo, Japan.

Sabah Karate Association (SKA) Vice President Loh Beng Hooi said Anney and June are among the exponents that were picked by the Malaysia Karate Federation for the championship. He said Anney was selected based on her superb performance during the national senior championship held a few months ago.

Loh said Anney is currently furthering her studies at one of the college's in the nation's capital and that she was requested to attend training in Bukit Jalil with the rest of the national exponents. June is currently with the national Project Gemilang squad for the Kuala Lumpur Sea Games in September.

The Tokyo championship is considered as a venue for preparation for the Games. Loh said, after the championship the duo are expected to be a part of the national team for the World Games in Akita, Japan in August.

Loh said that he would also make the trip to Tokyo. He said, during the two-day tournament the WKF is expected to decide on the Shi Tei Kata (compulsory kata).

"All this while, there are too many variations (in the Shi Tei kata). The European has their own version while the Japanese has theirs. So now the meeting will decide only one version," said Loh.

Meanwhile, the fourth Sabah Inter-Primary School Karate Championship will be held on Sept 9 and 10 with the venue yet to be named. Organising chairman Vincent Leong said they were expecting more than 300 exponents from throughout the State.

He said the venue of the championship will be finalised at the next organising committee meeting. "Initially, we planned to hold the championship this month, but after our first meeting, we want to create something (in the championship) different since this is a state event.

"We want it a bit better in quality, especially among the exponents. So we decided to hold it in September as two months would be good enough for the exponents to prepare themselves," he told a press conference at the Sabah

Karate Association luncheon in appreciation to the volunteers during the KOI championship recently.

Leong also revealed that they have decided to let participating teams to send a maximum of four entries per event so as to make the tournament more competitive. "Usually, each team or club is only allowed to send one team per event, but this time they can send four entries per event," he said.

He said they were also going to put a bit of extra thing in the championship so as to instil interest among the schoolchildren in the sport.

"This time, during the interval, we will hold a karate demonstration. At the same time, we will also create a new category - the mixed team kata for students age 15 years old and above.

"We allow them (exponents above the 15 years old) to have some involvement with the hope that it can help instil interest among the primary school students in the sport," Leong said. Leong also said that unlike in past, there would also be a challenge trophy, adding that they would also introduce kata 'Bun Kai'.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Tennis - Sarawak win two golds

By Scott Apoi

SARAWAK junior tennis players brought home two gold and three silver medals in the fourth leg of the MSN-Milo Junior SportsExcel Circuit which ended in Kuching yesterday.

The gold medals were won in the girls Under-12 singles and Under-10 doubles while the silver medals came from the girls Under-10 singles, and the girls Under-12 and Under-16 doubles respectively.

Rising star Mary Ngiam won the singles gold medal for Sarawak after emerging champion in the girls Under-12 in the three-day event.

Miri-born Mary defeated Nor Fahana Ahmad Taufik of Negri Sembilan 6-3 first set but had to struggle in the second set before winning the final round.
"I did not use my usual power game," she said.

"I have been using a power play all the time during my training but I just lost confidence during the match. I supposed I was too cautious, not wanting to lose the match," said Mary who was the MSSM girls Under-12 champion as well as the champion in the third circuit.

In the girls Under-10 singles, Dorothy Chong managed a silver for Sarawak after losing 6-3, 6-1 to Saiyida Athirah of Johor.

The girls Under-14 and Under-16 events were dominated by the Bukit Jalil Sports School (SSBJ) with challenge coming from Bandar Penawar Sports School (SSBP).
Premila Vadiveloo of SSBJ emerged champion in the girls Under-14 singles after defeating Analine Fan Ten Yi form the SSBJ 6-2,6-2.

Nor Zafira Taufik, also from SSBJ, beat Nurul Huda Muda (SSBP) to emerge champion in the Under-16 singles.

Nor had a close fight on the first set to win 6-4 but came back strongly on the second to win 6-0.

Sarawak's second gold came from the girls doubles after the pair of Choo Lyn See and Dorothy Chong won their round robin matches to collect four points and emerge champions in the girls Under-10.

Mary partnered Tiara Liynana in the girls Under-12 but only won one match in the round robin format to end up with a silver. The gold medal went to Nor Farhana and Nadia Yamina of Negri Sembilan.

Kong Siew Tee and Deanna Peng delivered Sarawak's third silver medal in the girls Under-16 doubles. In the final the pair lost to Dalia Hassan and Nurul Huda of SSBP on points in the round robin format of play.

The boys category was dominated by the SSBJ players when they went home with three gold medals.

Their first gold came from Gee Chi Lung who defeated Kok Shen Jian of Kuala Lumpur in the Boys Under-14, the second from Razlan Rawi who beat his teammate in the boys Under-16 while the third was from Raj Dormani who beat Ahmad Tormizi of Negri Sembilan in the Under-18.

The Under-12 and Under-10 gold medals in the boys singles went to SSBP and Kedah respectively.

Seeded second, Jaqiuddin Faiq (SSBP) upset top seed Alvin Raj in the Under-12 finals while in the boys Under-10 went to Jonathan Nather of Kedah after defeatong Terrence Lim of Kuala Lumpur.

The tennis junior development officer of National Sports Council of Malaysia Ramli Mihat expressed his delight at the well organised tournament.

"This is the first time Sarawak Lawn Tennis Association are given the honour to host such event and I am happy to say that it is a very well organised event," he said.

"We arranged this fourth leg of the circuit here in Kuching so that the Sarawak juniors who are not able to participate in the other circuits will be able to take part at home," he said.

Source: Sarawak Tribune

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Monday, July 02, 2001

M-League - Sabah back on track with 2-0 win

KOTA BAHARU: Shahrin Majid was the toast of the Sabah team as he scored both goals in the State’s 2-0 victory over TNB Kelantan in their Premier Two match at the Sultan Mohamed Stadium here last night.

The Rhinos did not disappoint coach Ken Worden who last Friday said that his charges have no more excuses in not performing to expectations. Worden was referring to the payment of the Rhinos’ overdue wages.

The no-nonsense coach had hoped to get back on track or rather into the rhythm of "what we were before the season broke up."

And last night, the Rhinos did just that.

However the win did not change the Rhinos’ position on the table standings just yet.

Sabah showed strong determination right from the start with the attack led by Shahrin, K.Sangamaran and Shahril Arsat.

They had four goal scoring opportunities in the first half—in the 11th, 23rd, 27th and 32nd minutes – but the attempts were foiled by Kelantan TNB’s goalie Noramri Mohd Nawi.

Two minutes into the second half, Sabah opened accounts as Shahrin easily found the net after receiving a pass from Shahril.

Thereafter, Sabah controlled the match even more, forcing the TNB Kelantan players to defend in their own territory.

Shahrin scored the second goal in style in the 63rd minute with a beautiful shot at the left corner of the goal.

Source: New Sabah Times

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Sukma - More funds to ensure readiness of facilities


KOTA KINABALU: The Government will increase the allocation if there is financial deficiency in building infrastructures for the Sukma 2001, including the renovation of the Likas Sports Complex.

Youth, Culture and Sports Development Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin said this is to ensure that all renovation works or building of new sports facilities for the Games would be completed in June or July next year.

He said though the work at several sites in the complex seem to be progressing quite slowly, but it is actually moving on schedule as the government has minimised the scope of work.

"The Government has made the decision on this, and it is certain that not only will the stadium and other facilities be completed in June or July, but that the Games will go on excellently," Yahya told members of the press after officiating the Maulidur-Rasul gathering at the Putatan Square here.

He was commenting on reports that the renovation works at the complex is said to on standstill.

Yahya said it is not true that the works at the complex could not be completed on time, as it is the Government’s main priority.

But if one takes a look at the progress of the renovation work, one would wonder if Sabah could host the country’s biggest game.

About three months after the renovation work was started late January, the contractors have only started to do the demolishing works.

The Government has said that 27 sports would be competed in the Games.

They have also planned to build new facilities such as a venue for archery, expanding the lawn bowl green and shooting range to name a few.

Unless the assigned contractors speed up their work, one would not be surprise if the Government decides to postpone the Games.

Source: New Sabah Times

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