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Chance for muay thai practioners to develop their skills
"We are limiting the number of participants to only 24 junior exponents aged 8-15 years old at the time being due to insufficient capacity at the camp's hostel.
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Three-point deduction costs Tawau semis berth
Tawau are paying a heavy price for fielding an ineligible player as they were docked three points and eventually missed the boat into the semi-finals of the Safa Cup grand finals 2018.
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Sabah Eagles soar into final
Sabah Eagles advanced into the final in the 36th edition of the Agong’s Cup rugby tournament after edging Kedah 27-20 in a closely contested semi-final at the National Defence University of Malaysia (NDUM) Stadium in Sungai Besi, yesterday.
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DPM dominate athletics
The Datuk Peter Mojuntin State Sports School (DPM) were crowned overall athletics champions at the Sabah/Labuan Zone School High Performance Sports (SPTS) Athletics and Archery Championship on Sunday.
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Poor finishing haunts Sabah again
The one point gained saw Sabah remain in third in the standings in 13 points while Melaka, who have 14 points in their bags, were being pipped by Kedah from the top spot.
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Mika wary of Kedah threat
On their overwhelming victory, he said: “It was a good win but I am not too happy with their overall performance because we performed in patches and failed to make use of all the chances we created.”
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KK, Tawau in Group of Death
Group B, dubbed Group of Death, will see defending champs Kota Kinabalu taking on Kota Belud at the Likas Stadium while Kota Marudu will take on 2014 winner Tawau at Penampang Stadium.
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Team Malaysia dominate ladies golf tournament
The Malaysian lady golfers dominated as they lifted the 10th Asian Ladies Invitational Interport Golf Tournament which concluded here on Wednesday.
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Three Sabahans for national trials
Kim Swee is preparing the team for the upcoming Newspaper Cup Under-21 Championship in Nah Trang City, Vietnam from December 10 to 19.
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Sabah Eagles take cautious approach in title challenge
The four-time champions Sabah, take on Perak in the quarter-finals at the National Defence University of Malaysia (NDUM) Stadium in Sungei Besi at 4pm on Saturday.
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Battle for Safa Cup hots up
The Safa Cup football tournament 2018 reaches its climax when eight teams will battle it out for the top honour in the grand finals that will be happening in the state capital from November 19-24.
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RM70.1m budget for sports
A sum of RM14.11 million was allocated to carry out various youth development programme in 2019, based on both Malaysia and Sabah youth policies, Sabah Youth Development Strategic Plan 2016-2020, 12 Domain and 12 Reference Plan.
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Championship postponed to Dec 17
The Sabah Bodybuilding Association (SBA) has decided to put off the Mr Borneo 2018 Bodybuilding and Physique Championship 2018 to a later date.
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Keningau, Tawau seal grand final tickets
Two former champions, Keningau and Tawau are among the four teams that have sealed their tickets into the grand final of the Safa Cup football tournament, which is to take place in the state capital from Nov 19-24.
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600 cyclists in the fray
He added that prize money totalling RM13,950 will be up for grabs for the nine-race categories where the top five finishers in all nine categories will receive prize money.
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