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Monday, April 09, 2001

Golf - Seruji stumbles out of contention

KOTA KINABALU - The locals shined while the Brunei golfers performed dismally on the second day of the 16th Sabah Golf & Country Club (SGCC) Amateur Open Golf Championship here.

And seasoned campaigner and four-time champion, Peter Wong, looked all set to make his 2001 target come true - that is to grab his 50th amateur open title, and he could very well clinch it on his home turf - and grab his fifth SGCC title.

The 3-handicapper appeared well on course after the second round where his superb form helped card a par score of 72 and lead the pack after 36 holes.

On the opening day, he carded a two-over 74 to share the lead with Sarawakian one-handicapper Kelana Ibrahim and future professional Toshiyuki Wasa (1).

The best Brunei score came from Pantai Mentiri Golf Club's scratch handicapper, Haji Arfian Haji Abdul Kadir, who was joint sixth on the first day, but played a better game in the second round to fire a one-over 73, bringing his total to 153.

Seruji Hj Setia, hoping to notch his second win in Sabah was a single stroke behind on the first day, but botched his second-day scores, returning with an 81 to find himself a massive 10 strokes behind the leader.

As for women's hopeful, Valentina Lim, she too played below her form. In second spot and one stroke behind the leader after the first day, she is now four strokes behind.

Said Wong after his round: "I want to make my dream come true. After two days of good hitting and putting, my only hope is that I will continue to play similarly so that I will clinch my 50th title, which I have been longing for.

"I am almost there. I do not want the good chance to slip from my grasp, but I know that it will be quite tough. I only rely on my experience to outplay the fitter and long-hitting youngster Toshiyuki (22), who is only a stroke away in second place."

Apart from naming Toshiyuki as the man to watch, he also mentioned past champion Peter Tan also of SGA, Peter Kong (SGA), Kelana, Ian Quek and also national junior Ben Leong, all of whom are capable of striking it right.

Wong completed his first nine brilliantly with a one-under 35 and almost played a perfect inward nine with a one-over 37 for a par-72, bringing his total 2-day score to 146 (74-72).

In the Ladies Section, three-time champion Rokia Daud of SGCC made amends of her poor show on Friday, when she posted an 81 in the second round compared to an 83, to climb up to the top on the leaderboard with her total score of 146.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Crown Prince gives away prizes at major charity golf tourney

His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah yesterday consented to give away prizes to the winners of the Crown Prince Haji Al-Muhatadee Billah charity fund golf tournament held at the Royal Brunei Golf and Country Club in Jerudong.

The overall gross winner was Lt Colonel (Rtd) Haji Mahmud who carded a five-over 77. A stroke behind was Supt (Rtd) Hj Suot Bin Moksin, while Major General (Rtd) Pengiran Dato Hj Abidin came in third with a score of 82.

In the overall nett division, YAM Pg Anak Hj Mohammad Saifullah carded an astonishing 12-under-par 60 to beat Brigadier General (Rtd) Dato Hj Ibrahim Hj Mohammad by a massive margin of 10 strokes. Ken Kho was third a stroke behind Dato Hj Ibrahim with a nett score of 71.

A total of 108 golfers participated in the charity event that generated $14,600 from green fees but the amount was topped up to $18,000 by the organisers Lim Teck Hoo Holidings. The money will go to the Crown Prince Al-Muhtadee Billah Orphans' Fund. There were also other divisions' winners at the tournament.

Pg Dato Hj Yusof Pg Hj Kula emerged champion of Division A with a nett score of 73, beating Pehin Col Hj Md Yusof by a stroke. Awang Johari was a stroke further off the pace to finish third.

In Division B, Dr Mohd Alif carded a 72 nett score to win the title. YAM Pg Anak Dato Laila Utama Hj Abdul Rahim beat Dato Hj Danial for second place on the countback after both had carded similar scores of 73s.

In Division C, Pehin Col Hj Halbi emerged champion of this group with a one-under 71. Lim Beng Thai finished second and Hj Haliliddin third after a countback. Both had ended the day at even-par 72.

Also present at the ceremony was the chairman of the Crown Prince Al-Muhtadee Billah charity fund Pehin Dato Laila Utama Hj Abd Rahman as well as other board members of the fund.

(By Bahreen Hamzah)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Sunday, April 08, 2001

Golf - Seruji one stroke behind leaders

KOTA KINABALU - Seruji Hj Setia, still fresh from his first Sabah win three weeks ago, has put himself in a prime situation to add another amateur golf title to his cap, this time the SGCC Open title at the Sabah Golf and Country Club.

The top Brunei golfer carded a three over par 75 on the opening day of the competition to be tied with two others in second spot, one stroke behind the leaders, with another 36 holes remaining.

Seruji, a scratch handicapper, had a brilliant one-under 35 but a miserable 40 in his first and second nines respectively.

Sharing second spot with him are two other strong contenders in Peter Kong (SGA) and Ricky Wong (SGCC). Kong, a three-handicapper also played quite well yesterday with a one-over in the first nine and two-over in his second, followed by Ricky (5) a perfect par-36 in his inward and a 39 in his return.

Another Brunei golfer, Valentina Lim of the Pantai Menteri Golf Club is also in runner-up position but in the women's category. She carded a first day score of 81.

But four-time champion and seasoned campaigner Peter Wong proved that he is still what he is when it comes to taming golf courses, when he carded a two-over 74 on the first day to take the overnight lead.

The 5-handicapper, who knows the tricky course well, however, shares the top spot with another two contenders, one-handicapper Kelana Ibrahim of Miri Golf Club and youngster Toshiyuki Wasa (1), both returned with similar two-over 74.

Playing under the Sabah Golf Association (SGA) banner (among the top state ranking), Wong simply showed his colours as an old guard playing with sheer experience on his home turf, where he could be alone on the leaderboard if he had not suffered a double bogey at par-4, 9th.

He registered a 4-over 40 in his inward nine from a birdie (8th), four pars and four bogeys, and he managed to gain momentum from his cool play by firing a superb 2-under 34 in his return journey (8-pars and birder (15th).

Kelana, on the other hand, seems determined to create history by being the first none SGCC member to claim the title with his two-over 38 in his first nine and a par-36 in the second, and if he is able to maintain his form, then his chances for the title look bright.

He carded 11-pars, two birdies (7th and 16th) and four bogeys, while Toshiyuki, who just completed his golf education overseas, also sent a strong warning to favourite contenders, where he too suffered a similar fate - a double bogey in the 2nd hole (par-5) and another bogey in the 7th (par-4).

Teeing off in the afternoon flight, he played with consistency to register 15 pars and a birdie to complete his game with even two-over to share the lead after 18 holes of play.

Four golfers who returned with similar scores of four-over 76 are all real contenders namely Louis Samy (SGCC), William Tan (SGCC), Yong Yau Pin (SGCC) and past champion Peter Tan (SGA).

Laudin Sundang (SGCC), a five-handicapper is sharing the 4th placing with SGA's Wong Su Kiong (4) after both golfers fired 77s.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin Sunday

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Football - Yemen hit five goals past Brunei

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Three goals in the last eight minutes gave Yemen an easy 5-0 away win over Brunei yesterday in their Asian Zone World Cup qualifier.

Substitute Ali Mohammed struck twice in the last four minutes to seal Yemen's victory in the opening game in Group Eight, which also includes India and the United Arab Emirates.

Anwar Mutahr gave Yemen the lead after just eight minutes and, seven minutes after the restart, Adel Abdullah doubled his side's advantage.

Ali Aboud claimed the third eight minutes from time before Mohammed's double put the result beyond doubt.

Yemeni coach Luciano Deadreu felt that his team could have scored more goals.

Source: The Star

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M-League - Penang send Sarawak reeling

SUN: PENANG celebrated their second straight win within four days to send Premier One League leaders Sarawak reeling to a 3-1 defeat at the Batu Kawan State Stadium last night.

A 30th minute stinger by Mohd Noor Mohd Derus and a 67th minute strike by his second half replacement, striker Hasmawi Hassan, was all Penang needed to carve out their first home win.

Sarawak however managed to pull one back through second half substitute Ramles Sari six minutes from time but midfielder Ooi Hoe Guan made sure Penang gained full points by wrapping up the match with his 89th minute goal.

Unbeaten Penang, boosted by their slim away win over Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, had two early opportunities to test visiting Sarawak, with midfielder Ng Kok Heng blasting the ball over in the first minute and Aiman Abdullah heading straight towards national goalkeeper Mazlan Abdul Wahid several minutes later.

But it was Sarawak who had the ball in the net first but Gilbert Cassedy was deemed to have been offside when he sent his effort home in the 13th.

Penang, playing an excellent passing game, slowly but surely started to stamp their superiority and it wasn't long before Sarawak, who went into the match with a 100 percent record, started to find themselves in trouble.

It started with a three-minute period of confusion among their defenders but Mazlan was there to save Sarawak, denying Penang striker Mohamed Fareed's close range attempts in the 21st and 23rd minutes.

But the respite was temporary as Md Noor Derus, collecting a pass from leftback Yong Woon Seang, let fly a stinging left-footed shot from 30 metres out which Mazlan could only palm into goal.
Hasmawi, who was sent in by coach Irfan Bakti for the tired Mohd Noor in the 65th minute, duly made his presence felt by putting in Penang's second goal two minutes later.

Having intercepted a through pass from Fareed on the right flank, he took his time to draw Mazlan out of his line before squeezing the ball into goal.

Sarawak tried to salvage their game thereafter and managed to reduce the deficit with Ramles slamming home their only goal in the 84th minute.

That was until Ooi pulled Penang further by scoring Penang's third goal in the 90th minute.

(By Lee Keng Fatt)

Source: New Straits Times

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Saturday, April 07, 2001

M-League - Sabah romp to easy victory

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah romped home to an easy 3-0 victory over Kelantan TNB in a Premier II match at the Penampang Stadium yesterday to make up for their opening fixture defeat to Johor FC.

But the homesters must have forgotten to return to the field with their scoring boots on, for after the breather, they failed to add to the tally. All Sabah goals came in the first half.

The scoreline could have been very much bigger had the players taken their chances well, especially in the second half; there were chances aplenty but the finishing was atrocious.

Sabah went ahead as early as the second minute when Shahrin Majid stabbed the ball in from close range. Suharmin Yusof added two more in the 8th and 23rd minutes.

Rains fell soon after that, made the field slippery, and that too contributed to the home side not being able to get into the scoring rhythm again.

Coach Ken Worden was delighted with the three points but rued the missed chances. He said the strikers will have to buck up, but he was delighted with the Shahrin-Suharmin combination.

Meanwhile, the return of their national players has attributed to defending Premier I champions Selangor, losing their rhythm. They have recorded two draws in four days as the league season got underway and coach Abdul Rahman Ibrahim is fast losing his patience.

He said that the seniors contributed much to the lacklustre displays of the juniors. Five of the seniors have just returned from national duty and Abdul Rahman is particularly disappointed with defenders Bahtiar Othman and Khairil Zainal.

In the opening two matches against Penang and Pahang, Selangor took the lead but allowed their opponents to come back and only a stroke of luck allowed them to share the points.

Just one week ago, Selangor gave their fans the first treat of the Houdini-like escape. In the FA Cup second round against Perlis they trailed 0-3 from the first leg but squeezed into the quarter-finals 4-3 on aggregate. But the 4-0 win the second leg FA Cup match was carved without

the services of their five internationals.

Besides Rajinikandh, Khairil Zainal and Bahtiar Othman the other national players in the Selangor team are midfielder Jaafar Salleh and striker Rusdi Suparman. They were involved in Malaysia's failed pre-World Cup campaign.

Selangor will be away to Johor tonight and Rahman wants his side to secure full points from this trip.

Lanky defender K. Nantha Kumar carried a rib injury but still gave a sterling performace to help Perak beat Malacca 3-1 in a Premier I match. And coach Karl Weigang was full of praise for the gritty midfielder.

"He still felt pain in the chest. But to my surprise, he turned out to be the most offensive midfielder in the game. He gave the Malacca defence lots of problem,'' said Weigang yesterday.

It was from one of Nantha's strong runs at the Malacca defence which brough them the opening goal in the 13th minute. Perak was awarded a penalty when he was pulled down from behind and Norizam Ali Hassan made the conversion.

The German also pleased with the performance of goalkeeper Tay Sin Kiat and veteran defender Chan Kok Heng. It was a morale boosting win for Perak after their opening 0-4 defeat by Terengganu, which was also the Charity Shield match. Perak take on Kelantan in Ipoh.

Penang will be without veteran R. Suresh Kumar for the Premier I match against high-riding Sarawak and they will be counting on Sutesh Sankaran Nair to get the midfield going at the State Stadium in Batu Kawan.

Suresh is out on suspension for two yellow card offences. He was booked in the match against Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. Coach Irfan Bakti said yesterday that he expected Sutesh to handle the pressure of playing as midfield general.

"Suresh is one of the best midfielders around and we will surely miss him. But I don't see it as a major setback. We have Sutesh to take over,'' said Irfan.

Sarawak are the only team to secure maximum points from their two matches, and will be looking forward to showing their fine form away from home.

Perlis coach Tajuddin Noor plans to make changes to his backline for the Premier I match against Malacca at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium.

He said yesterday that it was sloppy defending that resulted in the 0-3 defeat by Sarawak in Kuching on Saturday.

"We played better against Sarawak compared to the opening match against Kuala Lumpur. But it was silly defensive errors that gave Sarawak the impressive win,'' said Tajuddin, who is in his third season with Perlis.

He added that Malacca were a fast attacking side and therefore Perlis needed to have a stout defence to stem the tide.

In other matches, Terengganu entertain Negri Sembilan while Pahang take on Kuala Lumpur.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Football - Tall order for Brunei

It would have been enough of a mountain to climb for the Malaysian League squad had they been handed the responsibility of shouldering Brunei's hopes in the forthcoming World Cup qualifying rounds.

But throw together a combination of unproven youngsters and ageing ex-national players into the mix and one can perhaps begin to fathom the seemingly insurmountable task facing the Brunei World Cup team in their quest to join the giants of the football world in Japan and Korea next year. The curtain raises on their campaign tonight against Yemen, a side that very little is known by the Brunei public. But the unpredictability factor will not weigh in any team's favour as Yemen know as much about Brunei as Brunei know about Yemen.

This reciprocal feeling of unfamiliarity was echoed by the coaches from both teams as they both shared the same view in their approach to the game tonight. Both coaches probably realise that with powerhouses India and United Arab Emirates in the same group, their team's best chances of picking up points will come tonight and the return match in Yemen. But approaching the tournament with a realistic view, Brunei coach Zainuddin Hj Kassim was just hopeful that his charges would acquit themselves admirably especially given the short preparation time he has had to work with his players.

Said Zainuddin, "This team was put together just about seven days ago and what can we do with just seven days of work? It would be impossible to expect anything more than just their best effort from these guys."

That said, the Brunei coach did give the public the reassurance that his team would indeed be putting forth their best effort and was hopeful that the presence of veterans in the squad would help to calm his promising youngsters.

"We have a nice mix of youth and experience and although there were some players that I wanted to pick to play that could not commit to the tournament, I believe there is some potential in this squad," added Zainuddin.

The experience will be supplied by players like skipper Ali Momin as well as Rosanan Samak, Suni Mat Jerah, Abang Norsillmy Abang Hj Taha and Ibrahim Abu Bakar while youth will be served in the shape of Mohammad Helme Panjang, Sadiy Abdullah Tujoh and Ideris Lupat.

According to Zainuddin, the team has already been picked and will feature some surprises. Abang will be drafted in as an attacking midfielder with Rosanan up front while Suni will be utilised as a central defender.

Zainuddin also revealed that Wardun Yussof will be the starting goalkeeper and not Ibrahim as many expected.

The Brunei coach also pointed out that while he knew virtually nothing about the Yemen side, he was more concerned about the matches against UAE and India.

"UAE are an excellent side with a good history and against them I think our goal will be to keep the scoreline a respectable one. As long as we give our best I don't think there's much more I can ask of the players.

"Yemen will be tricky because quite frankly we know nothing about them. I understand that they have about five players who are about 19 years old so they also have youth in their side. It should be a good game on Saturday," said Zainuddin. The Yemen coach Ahmad Luciano was not about to reveal the strengths and weaknesses in his lineup when contacted by the Borneo Bulletin on Thursday but mentioned that his team would be wary of the underdog threat posed by Brunei.

"We are not taking them for granted. We will give them the utmost respect as we know virtually nothing about their players," said Luciano.

It has been pointed out that Brunei are making the Malaysia League their priority but the current World Cup squad contains players that will be keen to prove their worth to BAFA, especially with the SEA Games just around the corner.

This along with the much-stated unpredictability factor should make for an intriguing match tonight at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium, a match that the players will be keen to win, if for nothing else to prove that they will not be playing second fiddle to the Malaysian League squad.

(By Benny Ang)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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Golf - Seruji in SGCC challenge

KOTA KINABALU - Top Brunei golfer, Seruji Haji Setia will be hoping to add a second consecutive Sabah title when he plays in the Sabah Golf and Country Club (SGCC) Amateur Golf Open Championship which teed off yesterday.

Three weeks ago, the Pantai Mentiri Golf Club scratch handicapper, won the Kinabalu Golf Club amateur open title, to shoot him into the limelight after a series of near misses in Sabah tournaments.

He will have compatriot Haji Arfian Haji Kadir for company, and both are expected to enjoy a good run and give the others, especially the home grown heroes, a run for their money.

Another one-handicapper Kelana Ibrahim from Miri Golf Club is also no pushover, according to Ian Quek, one of Sabah's top amateurs, and all of them are capable of surprises if things turn out well for them throughout the championship.

The young top and in-form players who have been chasing after the senior players in the past are already gaining steam, thus making the latter the chasers nowadays in most if not all amateur opens.

Ian admitted that young players like Ben Leong (1), Toshiyuki Wasa (1) and Sibu Golf Club's Lee Ka Tung (2) are golfers to be reckoned with.

Ian, who narrowly lost to Montasir Faisal in last year's Open in a sudden death playoff, is also feeling the heat now.

Ian, who won the SGCC Open title in 1999 and the Sabah Amateur Open in 1993 on the same SGCC par-72 course, feels that the three youngsters are his pick based on their current form.

"I have been playing alongside Ben and Toshiyuki and due to their constant daily practice on the SGCC course usually returning with very good scores, they have an added advantage over the senior players," he said.

"From my observation, these young and long-hitting youngsters will give us, the underdogs, a hard time trying to be on par, and though we similarly know the tricky SGCC course, executing good putts is all we need.

"The seniors like multiple amateur open title winners and past champions Peter Tan, Peter Wong, Wong Soo Kong, Peter Kong and Jacky Chang - all seasoned single-handicappers too may face stiff challenges from the youngsters.

"What we need to do is to try and apply experience over youth during crunching situations so as to build up the pressure, hoping the youngsters may lose out a little, but golfers like Ben and Toshiyuki, who have been exposed to big tournaments overseas are exceptions," added Ian.

He foresees that the current wet spell, especially in the late afternoons, could be the real spoiler of the tournament, where defending champion Montasir may not be around to defend his title.

In the ladies section, defending and three-time champion Rokia Daud of the host club looks set to dominate and is trying to redeem herself after losing her Kinabalu Golf Club (KGC) title to Labuan Golf Clubs's (LGC) Shirley Poh two weeks ago.

However, taking into account her recent KGC feat Shirley (9) may still pose a good challenge to Rokia (6), while Angie Ng of KGC is also expected to be in top form to be among those on the leaderboard.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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M-League - Crocs to make minor changes

KUCHING - Injuries to players have forced league leaders Sarawak to consider making minor changes to the side that beat Perlis 3-0 when they play Penang away tomorrow.

Coach Abdul Jalil Rambli said a minor reshuffle was expected but the final decision would only be made just before the match.

"I just joined the team this morning but there is big possibility I might retain the same first eleven with minor changes," he said when contacted by Bernama today.

Jalil said he would have to discuss the line-up with his assistant Roslan Ismail as he was away attending a coaching course recently.
He hoped Sarawak could reproduce the form they showed against Perlis on Tuesday.

On the injured list are midfielder Roziman Ramli, striker G.Muthu, defender Dahlan Matussin and utility player Bobby Chua.

Sarawak's new strike-force combination of national midfielder Bobby Pian and Melaka-born Halim Jantan proved successful against Perlis, with Halim scoring two goals and Bobby, one.

The inclusion of national winger Gilbert Cassidy Gawing has given depth to the midfield as he combined effectively with veteran Ibrahim Mentali, skipper Mohd Ali Sapiee and Ramos Sari to seize control of the match.

In defence, rookie Jeffery Untam also played well, replacing Dahlan to form a solid backline with Samsul Napiah, Mohd Zaidil Sakup and Bobby Chua.


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Friday, April 06, 2001

M-League - Sabah ready for Kelantan TNB

KOTA KINABALU - The opening match defeat to Johor FC is behind Sabah, as far as coach Ken Worden is concerned. They are focussing their attention for this evening's home match against Kelantan TNB.

And this time, Worden wants the players to get it right. He said there were several factors which saw Sabah go down in Johor Bahru, but he was not about to expose the team's weaknesses in the media.

"Tell you what," he said, "I know what went wrong and we have taken action to remedy the fault". But Worden downplayed the problem had anything to do with the players not getting their wages on time.

Even Worden had not been paid since the beginning of this year and two days ago, the Players Status Commission ordered the Sabah FA to pay the Aussie coach's salary by Monday.

The coach's main worry now is the condition of the pitch at the Penampang Stadium and the unpredictable weather. It has been raining almost daily in the afternoons.

Because an FAM Cup match was played there on Wednesday during rain, the already-bad field conditions have worsened, and this, said Worden, could dent his team's strategies.

Sabah will be without defender Richard Ribu who was sent off on Monday and would be automatically suspended for at least one match.

Meanwhile, Negri Sembilan Chempaka have every reason to want to do well this season. The management will reward their players with a trip to India if they finish among the top three in Premier II this season.

Manager Datuk Prem K. Sahgal said that the team had showed promise in the pre-season and he hoped that they would strive to achieve their target to win promotion. "It is not an impossible target and I see the players having a strong will to reach this goal,'' said Prem.

Team co-ordinator K. Dharmarajasingam said that they had made major changes to the team following the bottom-placed finish in Premier II last season.

They now have six former internationals in their ranks--S. Ragesh (goalkeeper); V. Thinagaran, P. Saravanan (defenders); L. Suresh (midfielder); K. Nanthakumar and Azmi Mohamed (strikers). Coach G. Torairaju is also confident that Chempaka will make an impact this season.

But Chempaka are already out of the FA Cup. They were beaten 1-2 on aggregate by Pahang in the first round. Chempaka drew 1-1 with Kedah JKR in their opening Premier II match and tonight they will be at home to Johor FC.

Johor FC will be looking forward to prove that their 3-1 win over Sabah was no flash in the pan, and also discount the tag that they are only good on home ground.

Melaka Telekom which won 3 - 1 against Kelantan TNB will be looking forward to add another three points when they play at the Selayang Stadium against KL Malay Mail. The newspaper team, who were bundled out in the FA Cup, will be playing their first match as their tie against Brunei last Monday was among those postponed.

Armed Forces who had it easy against Police on Monday face a tougher opponent in Kedah tonight. This match will be played at the KLFA Stadium in Cheras.

Kedah, despite the presence of several notable players like Yap Wai Loon, were held at home to a one-all draw by club side, Kelantan JKR, who will be hosting Kedah JKR at the Sultan Mohd IV Stadium in Kota Bahru.

(By Catherine Ong)

Source: Borneo Bulletin

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