The Myanmar Times
Monday, 31 August 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Magwe draw is managers’ favourite

The 224 fans occupying the stands at the Aung San Stadium on August 9 might not have had much to cheer about during the 0-0 encounter between Magwe FC and Hantharwady FC, but three members of the crowd would have gone home quietly happy.

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Steel City to Golden Land?

Sheffield United winger and Karen refugee Kler Heh has indicated to the Myanmar Football Federation that he wishes to pledge his international future on the footballing stage to Myanmar.

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Skaters inline for donations

This time next week they will be in Malaysia preparing to become Myanmar’s first skating representatives at an international X Games competition. But today they will take a break from training to cruise Yangon’s streets raising funds for the #saveMyanmar floods campaign.

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Little Angels to bless semi-final

In front of close to 40,000 Cambodian supporters, Myanmar U16 held their nerve to deliver a 3-0 win at the Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh. The victory sends the Little Angels on to today’s ASEAN Football Federation U16 Championship semi-final, where they will face an unbeaten Laos.

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Myanmar centre-stage at World Championships

Ahnt Khaung Htut found himself centre of attention at swimming’s World Championships on August 2 when he was forced to swim alone in the heats of the men’s 100 metres breaststroke and in doing so set a personal best.

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Williams keeps Myanmar’s powder dry

Myanmar's U16 coach Eric Williams did his mathematics and chose to keep the line-up of his young team fresh for their August 5 meeting with hosts Cambodia, rather than tire them out against favourites Australia when they met yesterday at the ASEAN Football Federation’s U16 Championship.

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Myanmar’s footballers join the flood effort

Myanmar’s football clubs have joined in the cause to deliver aid to the country’s flood victims and are taking to Facebook to encourage others to do so.

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Few shocks as semi-finalists settled

Second-round giant killers GFA FC failed to deliver a follow-up in their quarter-final meeting at the weekend eventually succumbing 2-0 to Magwe FC who booked themselves a semi-final meeting with Yadanarbon FC.

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Chinlone’s coming home

St Andrews, the home of golf; the Olympics, athletics’ greatest arena; to practitioners of chinlone, the Waso Chinlone Festival in Mandalay is both the home and the greatest stage of the game wrapped up in one.

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A Cup run for Myanmar’s David?

Giant -killers Gospel for Asia FC are more familiar than most with the story of David and Goliath and must seek inspiration from that story once more when they go up against Magwe FC in tomorrow’s 4pm General Aung San Shield quarter-final clash at Yangon’s YTC Thuwunna Stadium.

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TeamGPGDPTS
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