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Sabah announced as overall champion at 14th Hari Potensi KEMAS

10th September, 2019

SABAH CONTINGENT emerged as the overall champion at the 14th national-level Hari Potensi KEMAS. Held at USM Penang on Sept 4-7, the underdog teams obtained three gold and a silver medals of excellence, to cap a memorable outing for them.

The teams came to Penang without much hope but with plenty of enthusiasm. Their sacred slogan “SABAH ONSOI” motivated them to keep doing their best until the end.

Sabah’s Rounders, Gerak Kreatif, and Sprint Hurdle Relay won the gold medals while Formula One secured a silver medal.

KEMAS Sabah director Sharulnizam Jantan A.M.S. said, Sabah Futsal Team did not win any medal this year but they have shown strong desire to win despite losing in the quarterfinals.

According to him, Sabah Futsal Team is known to be one of the great contenders for this year’s futsal event. Furthermore, he said, it was a memorable moment when the Land below the Wind was announced as the overall winner.

For KEMAS Sabah Deputy Director Muhamad Abu Bakar, the state’s contingent overall showed a superb potential. He said the competitive stage inspired many of them to give their best.

“Hazierah Halysha Felicity from the netball team really showed her best in the championships. Her team did not win a medal but there is promising potential from her in the future,” said Muhamad.

A total of 59 players and 40 officials represented Sabah at the championship. The closing ceremony was officiated by Rural Development Deputy Minister R. Sivarasa.

Media had reported that during the event, Sivarasa said KEMAS should focus on its core business and continuously improve teaching quality for early childhood education.

He said, KEMAS needs to be a professional institution and must continue to move forward in keeping up with the times.

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