Sunday, July 31, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

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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Women hope to make it in Japan

Myanmar’s women drew the opening game of their tour of Japan 1-1 when they faced Kanagawa University at Tokinosumika Gotemba Shizuoka.

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MIC crowned futsal champions

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Beach life comes to Thuwunna

Players wishing to try out for the national beach soccer team will congregate this morning at the Thuwunna YTC Stadium for trials.

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Delivery for Mawlamyine

As early as 10am the heat of the concrete road sizzles and threatens to blister the skin. But clouds of dust are thrown up as 20-odd young men are being put through their paces, as one man’s voice resounds across the scorched earth of the nearby football field.

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Yangon sides advantaged by midweek cup?

The General Aung San Shield will return next week but the competition’s midweek format may well provide an advantage to Yangon-based teams in both the cup and league competitions.

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Lions roar but to no avail

A 3-2 win for Yangon United over visitors Maziya was not enough to see the Lions qualify for the next stage of the AFC Cup with South China’s walkover Mohun Bagan in the other Group G game, raising questions from both Marjan Sekulovski and his Maziya counterpart.

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Myanmar climbers set out on Sunday

Nyi Nyi Aung, Win Ko Ko and Pyae Phyoe Aung are set to begin their attempt on the world’s largest peak this weekend after Britons Kenton Cool and Robert Richard Lucas along with Mexican David Liaño Gonzalez became the first foreigners to summit Mount Everest since a deadly earthquake ended last year’s climbing season.

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Asian Tour must keep ‘independence’, says boss Kyi Hla Han

The head of Asia’s biggest golf tour said a proposed alliance with Europe cannot compromise its “independence and identity”, apparently ruling out a full-blown merger.

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