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Maintain high discipline during MCO Juniors told
Tambadau Juniors have been told to maintain high discipline during the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) period that has been extended to April 14.
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STA postpones AGM
The Sabah Tennis Association (STA) through its President, Johnson Koh announced that the association's annual general meeting (AGM), scheduled for next month, has been postponed.
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M-League faces long layoff - FAM
The May resumption of the M-League that was suspended since March 16 is unlikely to happen at least according to Football Association of Malaysia President, Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin.
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Hold frank discussions with players on financial impact, say FAM, MFL
As such, the national football body and MFL as organisers of the M-League 2020 advise and encourage all teams and clubs involved to hold open discussions with players to discuss the impact of the current situation.
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Sabah gymnasts continue daily training despite MCO
The enforcement of the Movement Control Order (MCO) nationwide did little to stop Sabah gymnasts from continuing with their daily training albeit that they have to do it at home.
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No Sabah athletes infected with COVID-19
"These athletes have been given daily workout lists by their respective coaches where the coaches are also able to monitor their athletes via video call during the training sessions.
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OCA, OCM laud Olympics postponement
“We are glad that this decision is taken now, rather than later. Our major concern is the safety and well-being of the athletes and we empathise with those athletes who have qualified for Tokyo 2020.
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Tokyo Olympics postponed!
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have been postponed to no later than the summer of 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, the International Olympic Committee announced Tuesday.
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Shitembi adapting well with Tambadau
“It’s been absolutely amazing so far. I’m really loving it and glad I made the decision to join the team,” said Shitembi, in an interview via Whatapps yesterday.
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Chong Wei conveys his appreciation to the frontliners
“Don’t give up, because once you give up, everything falls. Don’t give up, continue to be the inspiration for my children’s generation. I hope the ones in power will prioritise their safety and fully support them,” he said.
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NSC: Sukma decision after MCO ends on March 31
This is after the Sukma Supreme Council meeting last week, that was supposed to discuss the matter, had to be postponed due to the ongoing Movement Control Order from March 18-31.
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COVID-19 outbreak disrupts Sabah lifters’ preparations
Its President, Philip Gisan said while their athletes may have been undergoing daily training on their own, however, they are literally stuck in their homes due to the Movement Control Order (MCO).
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Fellaini first coronavirus case in Chinese Super League
Former Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini has tested positive for the coronavirus, he said Sunday, becoming the first known case in the Chinese Super League (CSL).
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‘Safety, security of athletes and officials top priority before final decision’
safety and security aspects of national athletes and officials will be given the highest priority before a final decision is made on the Malaysian contingent’s participation at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games in July following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Brunei stint a game changer for Aidil
The nippy midfielder could not ask for a better start to his life in the Brunei Super League 2020, as his new team enjoyed a perfect start to their campaign this season.
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