SEA Games: wrong move by Hamidin

The newly appointed Chef De Mission for the Malaysian Contingent to the Vietnam SEA Games Dato Hamidin Mohd Amin is a bit over zealous in carrying out his responsibility. While his enthusiasm and exuberance is commended, he must remember that this is a multi sport event that is governed by rules,...

KBS ought to set conditions for candidates

The time has come for the Youth and Sports Ministry to invoke a regulation for candidates seeking to vie for positions in international sports bodies, be it Asean, Asia or World. This is necessary in the aftermath of the results of the Asian Sepak Takraw Federation on March 1 which brought a negative...

Football: Hard work pays off for Dato Siva

Quiet. Unassuming yet effective at home s task. A smile ever present on his face as he dresses up unconventionally for functions, often seen in his batik instead of the traditional coat and tie. Meet the 64 year old Dato Sive Sundram, the most powerful and highest ranking Indian in Malaysian football. March...

Takraw President Outburst: Setting the record straight

Was there more to the rant by Sepak Takraw Association of Malaysia President Dato Ahmad Ismail! He opted to lambast the Olympic Council of Malaysia by using unsubstantiated information, something a leader of his capability ought to have checked. But why speak first and then be proven wrong? Was he...

Hockey: Women JAC latest to be postponed

The Women’s Junior Asia Cup has been called off. Yet another tournament to fall victim to the surge of the Covid 19 pandemic in Asia. Serving as the qualifier for the junior World Cup in South Africa in November this year, the postponement of the Junior Asia Cup was confirmed by Asian Hockey Federation...

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