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TFA to kick off development programme February

17th January, 2019


KOTA KINABALU: Tuaran District Football Association (TFA) will kick off their development programme early next month.

The programme, which is for both boys and girls, will be held every Sunday of the week from 7am to 9am at the Tuaran District Council field.

The first session will be on February 3.

It will be conducted by coach Justin Ganai, who will be assisted by several other experienced local coaches such as Condrad Mojungkim, Petronella Douny and Kamaruddin Junit.

“We will also have several ex-State players helping us out,” said Justin.

“We are calling on interested parents, who have children aged eight to 15 years old, to send their kids to the programme.

“Registration is ongoing. We also accept walk-in registration,” he added. According to Justin, so far they have received 50 entries.

“More than 100 entry forms have been snapped up, but so far, we only received 50 entries,” said Justin.

He said entry forms are obtainable at Tamparuli Library or at Sixstars Bizz shop in Tuaran.

For more details do contact Justin (019-8602703), Golubi Guntarek (019-9716733), Kamaruddin Junit (017-8364746), Pius Dungkat (010-9580233) and Nur Eidayah Abdullah (016-8012065).

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