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40 participants for Lawn Bowls Level I Coaching Course

15th January, 2020

KOTA KINABALU: About 40 participants are expected to take part in the Lawn Bowls Level I Coaching Course that will take place at the Kota Kinabalu Sports Complex Lawn Bowls green in Likas from today until Saturday (Jan 18).

The course is organised by Sabah Lawn Bowls Association (Bowls Sabah) in collaboration with Malaysia Lawn Bowls Federation (MLBF) and National Coaches Academy (AKK).

“Majority of those who have registered are from around the State. However, we do have seven participants from Brunei and another three from Sarawak,” said Bowls Bowls Sabah Deputy President Shuib Hashim yesterday.

He said national team head coach Zuraidi Putih would be among the course instructors along with Ariffin Abd Ghani and Madehi Ramlee.

“We hope that the participants would gain valuable experience, exposure and latest updates on the sport via the coaching course,” he added.

Bowls Sabah President Datuk Ladislaus Maluda will officiate at the certificate presentation and closing ceremony on January 18. – FRANCIS XAVIER

   
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