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Tuesday, June 19, 2001

Football - Sabah edge Sarawak 3-2

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah boosted their chances for a place in the President's Cup quarterfinals with a slim 3-2 win over neighbours Sarawak in a Group A tie at the Sarawak Stadium yesterday.

Striker Mohd Zulfadly Sabdani turned hero for the team when he netted the winner six minutes from regulation time.

But it was a hard fought victory for the Awang Sabtu boys, as they were forced to fight from two goals down after Sarawak netted two early goals in the first half.

The delighted Awang when contacted said: "I'm happy that we finally managed to break our away jinx. This is our first victory of the season (in away matches) and it is a good start to our second round campaign.

"If we can do it again in our remaining ties, I guess we will be able to claim one of the quarterfinals slots from our group," he added.

"But I'm still not very happy with the attitude of the players.

"We gave too much room for the opponents to launch attacks.

"This is all because of the complacent attitude among our players. We have to change this if we ever hope to win more matches.

"In our previous matches, we lost not because we are not a good team. We always dominated the game (previous matches) and created several chances, but then

again, our failure to score goals has been a big let down. I hope we would be able to score more goals from now on," Awang said.

Sarawak netted the opener in the 14th minute and were leading by two goals nine minutes later.

But Sabah managed to reduce the deficit when Rosdin Wasli brilliantly dribbled past Sarawak defenders before slotting the ball into the net in the 28th minute.

Despite trailing 1-2 at half time, Sabah did not give up and doubled their efforts when the second half resumed.

Sabah were rewarded soon afterwards when Zulfadly scored the equaliser with a powerful drive from the right of the box 23 minutes into the second half.

When the match seemed headed for a draw, Zulfadly struck his second. He dribbled past two defenders before unleashing a powerful drive from close range.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Athletics - Sabah Sukma athletes win two gold medals in Pahang

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah's young athletes, training for next year's Malaysia Games (Sukma) returned with two gold and two bronze medals in the just concluded Pahang Open Athletics championship.

Their performance was commendable and coach Soo Chong Peng and SAAA president Haji Dahlan Haji Tengah were more than satisfied.

The Sabah Amateur Athletics Association (SAAA) sent 11 Sukma potentials to compete against Malaysia's top senior track and field athletes.

Soo, who herself is undergoing training in Kuala Lumpur for the SEA Games in September, praised Sandakan youngster Tommy Hiew for winning the men's triple jump event with a leap of 14.5m.

The other gold came in the women's 4 x 100 relay quartet featuring Josephine Job and Sukma runners Mary J. Nagaran and Jessy Liew, and anchored by Soo herself.

"Tommy has a very bright future and I believe he is able to contribute when the Sukma comes but he has to work hard for it because another triple jumper from Kelantan is also a real contender with his personal best at 15m," she said.

"The rest of the athletes like Faizal Maslin (100m/200m) of Tambunan, Syahrin Mohd Ramlee, who got the bronze medal in the triple jump, Johan Jayasuriya (400m/800m), Laura Petrus (long and triple jump) of Tambunan are all Sabah hopefuls.

"I personally believe that all of them could improve further if they train hard and put lots of effort in their training, but most important is looking after their diet and fitness," she added.

Haji Dahlan had said earlier before the squad left for Pahang last week that SAAA was not setting any target for the Sukma trainees, and the two golden feats, one by Tommy were commendable indeed.

Meanwhile, the 39-year-old mother of three (Soo), ran to a gold medal for the national squad in the 400m but only managed 5th spot in the 100m sprint. She said she was injured at that time (tendon and muscle pull) or else she would have been able to run 57s (her national record 57.5s), compared to her time of 58.2s for the gold and 12.6s in the 100m.

"The injury I sustained was due to pushing myself to the limit in one too many sprints in training here (KL) after being asked to do so by MAAU in order to be part of the national 4x100m quartet for the SEA Games," she said.

However, Soo is already in the national 4x400m quartet and 400m and is trying to qualify for the 100m as well, which she thinks should be given to younger athletes even if she qualifies.

The next and final selection trial would be the MAAU Meet next month, where the top six finishers in the women's 100m dash are expected to be called for centralised training.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Monday, June 18, 2001

SEA Games Football - Brunei in Group B

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - Brunei have been drawn with hosts Malaysia in Group B for the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games in September, together with Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Group A has Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

Brunei is Malaysia's first opponents when they open their campaign on Sept 2. The draw took place in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.

Malaysia, who had the privilege of choosing their group, preferred to be in Group B after the seeded teams--Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore had been drawn out first.

Defending champions Thailand and runners-up Vietnam were kept apart. Singapore were then drawn into Group A and Indonesia in Group B. Malaysia then chose to be in Group B and Myanmar were assigned to Group A.

R. Indran, Asian Football Confederation's (AFC) head of competitions department, said that although the tournament was for Under-23 players, they followed the rankings of the senior teams in seeding the teams.

Malaysian coach Allan Harris was all smiles after the draw. Asked if Malaysia had a good draw and a chance to end their medal drought in the Games, he said: "It seems okay."

Harris, however, was obviously happy with the draw. Still, he said, he preferred to let the boys do the talking on the pitch. The Englishman said the onus now was on the players to deliver the goods when the football competition kicks-off at the Shah Alam Stadium on September 1.

"Hopefully, we get a good start," said Harris, who still maintained that the draw meant nothing to him although he had picked Group B.

"The draw is on paper. We haven't won anything, yet. We have Vietnam and Indonesia for company. But I prefer to concentrate on my own boys," said Harris, who has been working with his players since the beginning of the month.

FA of Malaysia's (FAM) secretary general Datuk Dell Akbar Khan said it was a good draw for Malaysia but felt that they should not under-estimate the other teams. "This is the first time the competition will be an Under-23 event. We won't know the strength of the teams," he said.

Malaysia last won a gold at the 1989 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur under another Englishman, Trevor Hartley. Since then, they have failed to even qualify for the semifinals.

After Brunei, Malaysia then take on the Philippines two days later. They get a five-day break before playing Indonesia on Sept 9 and wrap up their Group B campaign against Vietnam on Sept 11.

Meanwhile Indonesia must make it into the football final of the 21st SEA Games. Otherwise, national coach Benny Dolo will resign, Bernama quoted him as saying.

"We must get at least the silver medal. I will resign if the team fail to achieve this target," the coach said at a media briefing. Benny has a contract with the All-Indonesia Football Association (PSSI) until next year.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Boxing - Sabah Sukma boxers below par

By Catherine Ong

KOTA KINABALU - A majority of the present Sabah junior boxers so far identified for the 2002 Sukma are found not up to the mark or their standard seems to be still low and need time to improve on their boxing skills.

Though the Malaysia Games is more than a year from now, it might not be sufficient to groom the boxers up to a satisfactory level or at least on par to Sukma standard unless something is being done to see they are properly tuned.

The Sabah Amateur Boxing Association (SABA) has been contemplating of hiring a foreign coach, a Thai expert, but the plan looks like being put on hold by the Sabah Sports Board (SSB).

SABA thinks that by having a professional coach, it could make a lot of difference in terms of improving the boxers' skill, techniques, tactical aspects and systematic preparation of each individual.

When contacted yesterday, SABA president Orlando Harumal said that they have submitted their request to SSB quite sometime ago, but to date, there is no news whether they could hire the coach or not.

He added, SABA, through their counterpart in Bangkok, has recommended and identified a highly qualified coach and the coach had also agreed to take up the job mainly for the Sukma.

However, SSB has yet to make their recommendation for the Culture, Youth and Sports Ministry to approve and think that hiring a foreign coach is said to be expensive and have advised all sports which have been included in the September Games, to try and avoid hiring such coaches.

Orlando reiterated that the presence of the coach here would give boxers an opportunity to improve and most important, able to learn an insight about the sport especially the knowhow of preparing them for a showdown.

"This does not mean that our local coaches are not up to the standard, but they too could benefit from the foreign coach merely by assisting him in training and preparing daily and long term schedules," he said.

"Apart from benefiting boxers and coaches alike, such a coach would also boost the development of the sports among young enthusiasts through his style and training procedures."

He hopes that their request would be looked into so that all the Sukma boxers would be properly drilled and prepared for the challenges.

Training boxers from basic and also outlining their preparatory programmes takes a lot of time as no one could produce a raw and inexperienced boxers into champions overnight.

He understands the SSB's and Ministry's heavy responsibilities and commitment where lots of money is needed to run and host the event, and only hopes their plan materialised without pressing them further.

Meanwhile, Orlando said their third selection trials is scheduled for June 30 to be held in Tuaran, where he was happy to note that Tawau would sending 12 of their potentials from pin to heavyweights.

From the first trial in February here and the second in Tuaran in May, SABA Sukma coaches in Joe Pairin and Salan Amat of Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan respectively have more or less identified a total of 24 aspirants so far and hope to find more from coming trials.

He expects another 20 from Tuaran and Kota Kinabalu, 12 each from Tawau and Sandakan, 10 from Ranau and few more from Kota Belud and Kudat as well to send their boxers to the trials.

The fourth such trial would be held either in Ranau or Sandakan and the venue would be confirmed once the date has been fixed. SABA was also very proud when Orlando and Mohd Salleh William have been appointed to act as referees, judges and jury for the September Kuala Lumpur Sea Games.

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Friday, June 01, 2001

M-League - Sabah under Worden are going great guns

KOTA KINABALU: Premier II's Sabah, under the charge of former Selangor coach Ken Worden, are having a dream run this season. They are placed second in Premier II and aiming to enter their second FA Cup final since their triumph in 1995.

In home matches, they have been helped by their better adaptation to afternoon matches and the familiarity with the bumpy Penampang pitch.

Among the veterans providing the experience to the Sabah team are skipper and former national goalkeeper Khairulazman Mohamad, defenders Burhan Ajui, Jelius Ating and Madzalan Emoi; midfielders Rizal Sukiman, Shahril Arsat and K. Sanbagamaran; and strikers Suharmin Yusof and Shahrin Majid.

These players are the ones whom Sabah will be relying on when they take on Selangor in the return leg of the FA Cup semifinals at Shah Alam Stadium on Tuesday.

Sabah took a slim one-goal lead for the return leg of the FA Cup semi finals on Tuesday, but it's going to be a hell of a challenge for them to book their final ticket for a record fifth time.

Rhinos coach Ken Worden admitted that they have a mountain to climb when they take on the same team in the return tie. "It will be a totally different game in Shah Alam, it will be a lot more difficult, but I rule now

that we don't have a proper squad. We have a team, but we don't have a proper squad.

"So without Rizal Sukiman for the next round, every time our squad is getting thinner and thinner. We are limping to the first division promotion because we are building a team no matter what I say to these people; it falls on deaf ears. We just don't have enough players," he pointed out.

On the win, Worden praised his players for the job well done. "First of all, all credit to our players for having won the game. And I think we should

have a couple of goals more. We missed one or two chances, but of course that's football. I mean, I'm not disappointed, our boys have done fine.

"It's a miracle when I look at the bench and we kept on going and I think this is our 14th win and gone seven games with one goal and a penalty against us," the no-nonsense Aussie added.

The youngsters in the Selangor team hold the key to justify their favourites tag against Sabah in the return leg. Selangor are widely expected to overturn a one-goal deficit at the Shah Alam Stadium in a match which pits their youthful exuberance against Sabah's seasoned campaigners.

"Selangor have many young players and they have the energy to run down their opponents. But Sabah are very experienced and I hope our youthful energetic

style will overcome their experience (in the return leg)," said coach Abdul Rahman Ibrahim.

In contrast, Selangor, while having a star-studded line-up with numerous national trainees, fielded a mixed team, more than half of whom are players in the national Under-23 squad. Nizaruddin Yusof, D. Surendran, Mohd Shawal Johadi, Jaafar Salleh, Mohd Amri Yahyah, Nor Suhaimi Bahauddin, Khairun Haled Masrom and defender S. Jayaprakash are all under 23-year old.

In the return match, Sabah will have to contend with an expected onslaught from the fast Selangor forwards. Selangor, after a lacklustre start to the season, have bounced back and their home stadium have already witnessed a remarkable recovery last month when they hammered Perlis 4-0 to qualify for the quarterfinal of the FA Cup 4-3 on aggregate.

Meanwhile, Kelantan JKR have no fear of playing the FA Cup semifinal second-leg match in Kuching on Tuesday. Their coach, Abdullah Mohamed, said

that the epic of a 4-4 draw in the first leg in Kota Baru three days ago will continue at the Sarawak Stadium.

"It was unlucky that we did not win the first-leg match. It was a great match and it will continue in Kuching," said Abdullah from Kota Baru. "It's

not over . . . we still have one battle to fight and I am sure we can improve on our performance. I would say that both teams have a 50-50 chance (to qualify for the final).

"I have confidence in my players who have proved that they do not fear playing against Premier I teams.

They showed it against Negri (Sembilan) and Sarawak." JKR eliminated Malaysia Cup runners-up Negri 3-2 on aggregrate in the quarter finals.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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M-League - Norsillmy, Rosmini to bolster Brunei

As Brunei prepare for their rearranged three-match schedule starting tonight against the Police at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium, coach Mick Jones has drafted in two extra players from the recent World Cup side to bolster his squad.

Jones had deliberately left some places open in his initial squad named to keep his options available to him and assess at the midway point just if and how many additional players he would want to register.

The two players Jones has opted to register are Abang Norsillmy Abang Hj Taha and Rosmini Hj Abd Kahar, both players featuring very prominently in the World Cup qualifying games just recently and now set to feature in the Malaysian League side also.

As a matter of fact, with captain and left-sided player Ak Sallehudin Pg Hj Damit suspended for tonight's match, Jones has already picked Rosmini to replace him, citing him as a ready-made replacement for the suspended skipper.

"Rosmini is someone we've had our eyes on for a while now. He is a natural left-sided player and we've needed someone to cover Salleh(uddin) for a long time now. His performances in the World Cup games showed that he has the temperament and skill to play at a high level," said Jones.

The thing that pleased Jones the most was the enthusiasm and eagerness of Rosmini to play and train with the squad.

Added the Brunei coach: "When he got back from the World Cup games, he called us and asked if we were ready to have him train with us and that kind of enthusiasm speaks volumes of the kind of person that he is."

The other player that was recalled into the squad needs no introduction as Abang Norsillmy has been a mainstay in the Brunei set-up until this season when job commitments prevented him from dedicating his full devotion to Jones' workouts.

But having made arrangements with his employers, Abang is now free again to resume his rightful place in the Malaysian League team and help the Wasps earn promotion to their rightful place in Premier One once again.

Jones was non-committal when asked if Abang would play tonight but made it clear in no uncertain terms that he would definitely feature at some time during the next three games.

"There is no doubt about the fact that Abang will play at some time during the next three games. He is a quality player whose versatility is unmatched by anyone and his ability to play in any position is a massive advantage to any coach."

Abang started his career for Brunei in the heart of the defence under David Booth but when given the nod to play either up front or in midfield as done so with the aplomb and coolness of a savvy veteran, his character and leadership affecting all those around him also.

There has been one sour point for Jones with the injury sustained by promising youngster Radzi Tamat in a cycling accident. Radzi, who made a big impact in his debut match against Kedah JKR on the right flank, broke his collarbone while cycling and will play no further part in the three crucial matches.

As for the games itself, Jones wants the full maximum of nine points and nothing else will suffice for the Englishman.

"It's our turn to play catch-up now and with the rest of the league stationary, it's absolutely vital that we aim for maximum points. I want the full nine points and no one will convince me that it is not possible.

"The players have to accept that my demands are high now and I believe that they are capable of winning the next three games outright. Now they have to believe it themselves.

"I truly believe that the next three games will show me a lot about my players and hopefully they will respond in the right way."

After tonight's match, Brunei travel to Malaysia to play KL Malay Mail away on Monday so the players will have little time to recuperate before they are thrown into the mix once again.

But with Jones fired up, the addition of the two players and the whole of Brunei counting on them, it's time for the players to step up and be counted for.

(By Benny Ang)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Football - Pepsi Cup gets hotter

The last nine games will be decisive for teams to qualify for the Pepsi Cup quarterfinals, which will be played from June 29 to July 4.

Six teams have already qualified for the quarterfinals namely Jerudong FC (Group A), Kasuka FC (Group B), DPMM FC and Mulaut FC (Group C) and IKLS and Wijaya FC (Group D). Only two places are up for grabs now.

The fight for a second place in Group A is still wide open for three teams. Both AH United and Kama FC have a game in hand while Kilanas FC had already finished their games with seven points to their credit.

The last game on June 8 and 12 for Kama FC and AH United will decide whether they qualify for the quarterfinals.

In Group B, four teams are still in the running for the one spot left. PAPP, Kota Rangers and Indera FC have one game in hand while AKSE still has two more matches to play.

Although the quarterfinalists in Group C and D have been decided, the other teams will still give their best and to fight for honour.

(By Khairul Jafni H.Ali)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Thursday, May 31, 2001

FA Cup - Sarawak players spirits soar high for Gawai

KUCHING: A hard-fought match and a long haul home did not dampen the spirits of the Sarawak players when they arrived home close to midnight yesterday.

They had fought out a 4-4 draw with Kelantan JKR in an FA Cup semi-final first-leg match in Kota Baru the previous night. And en route home to Kuching yesterday, they were on transit at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport for 11 hours.

Many of the players are returning home to celebrate Gawai (Dayak harvest festival) with their families and friends.

Seven of them--the Sari twins, Ramos and Ramles, Billy Winsel, Bobby Pian, Johnny Joseph, Gilbert Cassidy Gawing and Jeffry Untam--have been given a two-day break from training for the celebrations.

"It is a big thing for them to celebrate Gawai and it's only right for me to give them a break from training. I believe that they will return in a better frame of mind and in higher spirits to carry on our challenge in the FA Cup," said coach Jalil Ramli.

He added that Sarawak would be under pressure to do well in the return leg match following the eight-goal thriller in Kota Baru.

"I expected it to be a hard game but not such a scoreline. What a game! We had to come back three times but I am very, very pleased with the performance of my players," said Jalil.

For the second-leg match, Sarawak will be without two influential players--Nazri Yunos and G. Muthu. Nazri was given the sack for two yellow card offences while Muthu picked up his second yellow card in the same match.

Eight other players will also have to tread with caution in the match because they have a booking to their name. Another booking means they have to sit out the final if Sarawak pull through.

The eight are skipper Mohd Ali Sapiee, Ibrahim Mantali, Bobby Chua, Gilbert, Dahlan Matusin, Zaidel Sakup and the Sari brothers.

(By Rizal Abdullah )

Source: The Star

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FA Cup - Selangor's youngsters take on experienced Sabah in return leg

KOTA KINABALU: The youngsters in the Selangor team hold the key to justify their favourites tag against Sabah in the return leg of the FA Cup semi-finals on Tuesday.

Selangor are widely expected to overturn a one-goal deficit at the Shah Alam Stadium in a match which pits their youthful exuberance against Sabah's seasoned campaigners.

Coach Abdul Rahman Ibrahim did not show much concern after the 0-1 defeat by Sabah at the Penampang Stadium here two days ago.

"Selangor have many young players and they have the energy to run down their opponents. But Sabah are very experienced and I hope our youthful energetic style will overcome their experience (in the return leg)," said Abdul Rahman yesterday.

Premier II's Sabah, under the charge of former Selangor coach Ken Worden, are having a dream run this season. They are placed second in Premier II and aiming to enter their second FA Cup final since their triumph in 1995.

In home matches, they have been helped by their better adptation to and afternoon match and the familiarity with the bumpy Penampang pitch.

Among the veterans providing the experience to the Sabah team are skipper and former national goalkeeper Khairulazman Mohamed, defenders Burhan Ajui, Jelius Ating and Madzalan Emoi; midfielders Rizal Sukiman, Shahril Arsat and K. Sanbagamaran; and strikers Suharmin Yusof and Shahrin Majid.

In contrast, Selangor, while having a star-studded line-up with numerous national trainees, fielded a mixed team, more than half of whom are players in the national Under-23 squad.

Nizaruddin Yusof, D. Surendran, Mohd Shawal Johadi, Jaafar Salleh, Mohd Amri Yahyah, Nor Suhaimi Bahauddin, Khairun Haled Masrom and defender S. Jayaprakash are all under 23-years-old.

In the return match, Sabah will have to contend with an expected onslaught from the fast Selangor forwards.

Selangor, after a lacklustre start to the season, have bounced back and their home stadium have already witnessed a remarkable recovery last month when they hammered Perlis 4-0 to qualify for the quarter-final of the FA Cup 4-3 on aggregate.

(By James Wong)

Source: The Star

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Weightlifting - Minister to look into Sabah lifters' plight

KOTA KINABALU: Youth, Culture and Sports Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin said that they will look into the Sabah Amateur Weightlifting Association (Sawa)'s plight - lack of training facilities as well as athletes allowances in their preparations for the Sukma 2002.

The Minister said that his ministry through the Sabah Sports Board would take positive action in getting all the necessary facilities to solve Sawa's problem.

Yahya was speaking when receiving a courtesy visit by the Sawa delegation along with their Sukma trainees yesterday. At the function, Yahya also handed over the state flag to the state contingent that will take part in the National Senior and Junior Weightlifting Championship to be held in Kuantan Pahang on June 8 to 10

"I will instruct my officials to look into the problem as soon as possible," said Yahya. Afterwards, the Ministry's Permanent Secretary Datuk Noni Said assured Sawa that they would be getting all the facilities that they have requested.

"Actually, I have seen the list (of facilities) and we have tentatively agreed to the list that was forwarded by Sawa. Everything has been arranged. I think it is now under process," said Noni. Earlier, Sawa President Philip Gisan briefed Yahya all their activities, plans and programmes for the year.

At the same time, he also highlighted the association's plight especially on the lack of training facilities and allowances for Sukma athletes. In a related development, Yahya declined comment on how much is the budget for athletes' preparation for the Sukma 2002. He said there's definitely a budget for that, but he can't really recall how much is the exact figure.

Meanwhile, State weightlifters who excel or can beat the qualifying mark in the upcoming National Senior and Junior Weightlifting Championship in Pahang will have the chance to don national colours in the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games in September.

Sabah Amateur Weightlifting Association secretary general Bell Yasoi said that the championship in Kuantan from June 8 to 10 will be the last venue for the Malaysia Weightlifting Federation (MWF) to pick lifters for the Games.

Bell said: "Actually, this will be MWF's second phase of selection. It is also the final selection. If any of the lifters taking part in the championship can beat Bukit Jalil-based lifters (Project Gemilang), they will have a good chance to be roped into the national squad."

To a question, Bell said that one of their seasoned lifters Dwayne Salim, who will be competing in the 85kg category, looks good for the national squad. "I hope Dwayne will make his way (to the national squad). He has good potential of making the cut," Bell pointed out.

Bell also said that they should face no problem of retaining the senior category overall crown while poising to give host team Pahang a tough fight in the junior category.

In the senior category, Sawa has named six lifters, including three Bukit Jalil-based lifters namely Matin Guntali (56kg), Stephen Gampion (62kg) and Jerry Nonong (105kg). The remaining three are Dwayne Salim, Fredolin Bell (94kg) and Azuandi Abdullah (77kg).

Bell said Dwayne, Fredolin and the three Bukit Jalil-based lifters are confirmed of donning the state colours, while Azuandi would have to undergo trial, before he earn a place in the state team. "We has list his name in the squad, but before he make the trip, he will have to undergo trial on May 27," he pointed out.

On the junior lifters, Bell said that Sawa's best bet for gold medals are Yong Chee Ken, Melton Henry and Cosmos Vincent. "They are our gold-medal potential. Yong will compete in the 85 kg category while Cosmos and Melton in 69 kg and 62 kg respectively," he pointed out.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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