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Tournament to raise funds for ex-State player

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FOR A GOOD CAUSE … Herwan (3rd right), with Hashim (2nd left), and other team representatives after the press conference.

18th January, 2019

KOTA KINABALU: The quadrangular football tournament organised by KDM Karambunai will feature teams such as SS90S FC, JKR, RTM and also the tournament hosts.

KDM Karambunai spokesman, Herwan Mohd Daud said the tournament will take place at University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Stadium on Sunday (January 20).

Herwan who is also the team’s assistant coach stated that the objective of the tournament is to raise funds for a former state footballer.

“We were informed by Hashim Hamza, spokesman for Sabah Stars 90s Football Club that there is an ex-state player who is suffering from illness and is in need of medical treatment funds.

“We hope that this small tournament can help raise some funds to help ease his burden,” he told reporters at a press conference held at Yayasan Sabah synthetic field on Thursday.

Herwan took the opportunity to invite the public to witness the action at the one-day tournament from 8am to 11pm, this weekend.

“Entrance is free and anybody who is interested to come and witness the action is welcome to do so while those kind-hearted individuals can donate and contribute to our cause for charity,” he said. – UMESH RAJAN

   
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