The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 03 September 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Expat Warriors clinch basketball gold

A team comprised mostly of international school teachers and their ex-students walked away with the top prize in Myanmar basketball last week when they overcame the side representing the government’s Ministry of Home Affairs 69-53.

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Goals the difference for Young Angels

Myanmar’s new U19 squad will return from Laos after mixed results in the ASEAN U19 championship saw them eliminated at the group stage on goal difference.

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Easy win for Lethwei fighters

Myanmar traditional Lethwei fighters triumphed easily over competitors this weekend at the “All Star Big Fight” at Theinphyu indoor stadium.

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TZM eyes top of Myanmar’s Merit list

When he takes to the tee today, Thein Zaw Myint hopes defending his title at Pyin Oo Lwin will catapult him to the top of the Myanmar Golf Tour’s Order of Merit and the unofficial “Race to Hua Hin”.

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Week 16 MNL Review: Southern Myanmar take MNL - 2

Southern Myanmar were confirmed as champions of the Myanmar National League - 2 over the weekend as GFA's hopes of promotion were extinguished by rivals Horizon FC.

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Myanmar’s 100 day target for Para SEA Games

With just under 100 days to go, a repeat of 2014’s fifth-place finish is the target for Myanmar’s athletes at December’s Singapore ASEAN Para Games.

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In Pictures: Myanmar's "Cycle and Make a Difference" Tour

Ben Rowse of Australia won the cross-country cycle event of the Sagaing stop on Myanmar’s “Cycle and Make a Difference” Tour on August 23, completing the impressive track at Yay Khar one-and-a-half minutes ahead of his nearest rival Kyaw Tun Oo.

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Friendship leads to fight

Two stars of Myanmar’s traditional fight scene are cutting out the middleman and are turning fighter-cum-promoter to face international muay thai artists in the ring this weekend.

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Myanmar’s Rooney scores award

Fresh from his call-up to Myanmar’s senior national squad, Aung Thu was named “Young Player of the Year” at the Asean Football Federation awards ceremony held on August 22.

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ASEAN elections become one-horse race

Myanmar was due to host an election this weekend, but it was cancelled after the only challenger to the incumbent president of the ASEAN Football Federation withdrew from the race.

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Yangon United
15 28 43
Ayeyawady
United
14 14 29
Magwe FC
14 14 29
Yadanarbon FC
14 13 29
KBZ FC
15 5 25
Chin United
15 -5 15
Nay Pyi Taw FC
15 -11 15
Zeyar Shwe Myay
FC
14 -8 14
Zwekapin FC
15 -9 14
Hantharwady FC
15 -6 11
Manaw Myay FC
15 -16 11
Rakhine United
15 -19 11
Last Updated - 18 August 2015