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 Sports

Hosts dominate muay thai events

13th December, 2019

By UMESH RAJAN

KENINGAU: The 9th Saga hosts, Keningau reigned supreme in the muay thai events as the sport concluded on Thursday at the SK Luagan hall, here.

The home contingent raked in three gold, four silver and two bronze medals to finish on top among 13 districts which competed in the sport.

They finished top spot overall by an advantage of two silver medals over second-placed rivals, Kota Kinabalu who managed to win three gold, two silver and four bronze medals, while Papar finished third with three gold medals.

Among the gold medal contributors for Keningau were Mohd Iskandar Majun (men’s under 67kg), Muhammad Shadzuan Jamri (men’s under 57kg) and Allyzianih Aplos (women’s under 51kg).

The silver medallists were Myra Ariana Roslan (women’s under 48kg), Mohammad Syazry Anak Rundy (men’s under 48kg), Idzham Loh (men’s under 51kg) and Datiz Majaham Sahasranamanda (men’s under 54kg), whereas the two bronzes were delivered by Mohamad Safwan Rahman (men’s under 71kg), and Mohd Sharunizal Hardy (men’s under 60kg).

Meanwhile, Kota Kinabalu were unlucky not to finish as overall champions for muay thai despite the three golds contributed by Vireen Teo (women’s under 54kg), Mohd Fendi Salleh (men’s under 45kg), and Shazreena Nurfarahin Awang Muhammad (women’s under 57kg).

Papar snatched three gold medals, courtesy of Areen Khan Shazam (men’s under 48kg), Shah Aryan Shazam (men’s under 51kg), and Alexis Akang (men’s under 60kg).

The medals were presented to the winners by Sabah Sports Council Director, Mohd Asneh Mohd Noor, accompanied by Sabah Muay Thai Association President, Ir Hj Nazri Abdul Razak.

   
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