The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 03 June 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Yangon Pythons feed the game

The symbiotic relationship between a team of hockey- playing expats and the Myanmar Hockey Federation took another step forward over the weekend when a mixed-gender team representing the Yangon Pythons faced up against a squad of Myanmar national players who missed the cut for this year’s Southeast Asian Games in Singapore.

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Myanmar women beat Aussies to reach ASEAN final

Myanmar’s women last night sought an unprecedented third ASEAN Football Federation Championship title when they took on Thailand in the tournament final.

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Mayweather vs Pacquaio: ‘Bargain of the Century’

Some were said to have paid upward of US$400,000 to watch the “Fight of the Century” between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquaio. But fight fans in Myanmar don’t think it’s worth 40 cents.

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Brilliant Win inspires Myanmar

Win Theingi Tun opened with a brace to help Myanmar women overcome a Malaysian side 4-0 yesterday at Ho Chi Minh City’s Thong Nhat Stadium, a result that qualified them from Group B of the AFF Women’s Championship to reach the semi-finals.

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Myo Win Aung eyes three-in-a-row

The colourfully trousered Myo Win Aung will today start his campaign to secure back-to-back wins on the 2015 Myanmar Golf Tour which he hopes will act as a launchpad onto the international scene.

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Archers’ aim for gold takes team to S Korea

Final preparations for next month’s Southeast Asian Games are under way as Myanmar’s archery team take flight to South Korea for a training camp ahead of the Singapore competition that will be held from June 10 to 14 at the Kallang Cricket Field.

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Golden Girls dominate the Philippines

A Hat-trick from Naw Arlo Wer Phaw put Myanmar in control of their own destiny yesterday as the team completed a confident 4-1 comeback victory over the Philippines in Group B of the ASEAN Football Federation Championship at the Thong Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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Losing AFF start for Myanmar women

Myanmar’s women footballers battled hard, but eventually succumbed 3-2 to host Vietnam in their opening ASEAN Football Federation Championships game on May 2.

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Region’s chinlone players stand together

Thailand ’s chinlone squad have arrived in Mandalay to train in advance of June’s Southeast Asian Games and the Myanmar Chinlone Federation is covering the cost of their neighbourly rivals’ visit.

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Mates in arms

Mateship and remembrance were the words that summed up the Myanmar Fighting Cocks recent ANZAC Cup tour to challenge the Thailand Tigers.

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