Friday, May 27, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Flying Foxes visit Yangon

Premier League champions Leicester City won over Myanmar’s football fans with a fleeting visit to Yangon’s Shwedagon Pagoda on May 22.

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Shan and Southern start second-half surge

Myanmar football’s mid-season break often brings great changes in teams’ line-ups and their resulting fortunes – and 2016 looks set to deliver the same. 

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Myanmar martial arts’ French affair

Tomorrow 300 martial artists from across Europe and Africa will converge on the French city of Grenoble for the annual International Thaing Bando French Open.

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They made it!

At 7:17am on May 19 Nepalese time, Pyae Phyo Aung and Win Ko Ko stepped onto the roof of the world, becoming the first Myanmar climbers to summit Mount Everest.

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Can anyone catchYadanarbon?

Two forces, representing the nation’s two largest cities, have dominated the history of the Myanmar National League.

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Myanmar expedition nears Everest summit

Myanmar mountaineers Pyae Phyo Aung and Ko Win Ko have now entered Mount Everest’s infamous “death zone”.

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Growing from the grassroots

Thuwunna YTC Stadium welcomed schoolchildren and their teachers from across Yangon yesterday as part of Myanmar’s celebration the Asian Football Confederation’s Grassroots Football Day.

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Everest bid departs on schedule despite major early setback

Myanmar’s Everest hopefuls began their historic ascent in the early hours of May 15, but had to leave a seriously ill team member at basecamp.

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Petanque: Myanmar trio succeed in Port pit

The national women’s trio finished runner-up at the 29th Port Authority Open in Bangkok, Thailand last week.

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Aung San dreams

Tomorrow sees the return of Myanmar football’s premier knockout competition, and with it the dreams of an old-fashioned cup run. Though the history of the General Aung San Shield dates back to 1957, the name and trophy were dropped in 2009 with the advent of professionalism in the sport.

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yadanarbon
11 17 29
11 8 21
Ayeyarwady United
11 3 20
11 10 19
11 1 16
Chin United
11 1 15
Zwekapin United
11 2 14
Zeyar Shwe Myay
11 -3 13
11 6 12
Rakhine United
11 -3 11
Horizon FC
11 -21 5
11 -21 4
Last Updated - 7 April 2016
TeamGPGDPTS
Manaw Myay
11 24 26
GFA
11 12 26
Nay Pyi Taw FC
11 13 20
Myawady FC
11 14 19
Mawyawadi FC
11 4 19
Mahar United
11 6 18
University FC
11 -3 15
City Stars
11 -6 12
Dagon FC
11 -2 11
United of Thanlyin
11 -9 11
Silver Stars
11 -23 4
Pong Gan
11 -30 1
Last Updated - 7 April 2016