The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 30 May 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Park sets sights on top spot after Singapore tournamen

Nerveless Park In-Bee sealed a wire-to-wire victory at the HSBC Women’s Champions on March 9 in a clear statement of her intent to win back the number one ranking from Lydia Ko.

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Yadanarbon clinch 2-0 win against Global

Yadanarabon  FC kept their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages of the AFC Cup alive on March 18 with a 2-0 win over Philippines’ Global FC at Mandalay’s Mandalar Thiri Stadium.

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Myanmar sets sights on 50 Singapore SEA Games golds

Myanmar will target 50 gold medals in this year’s 28th SEA Games that will open on June 5 in Singapore.

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Coach eyes Mandalay AFC Cup ‘must-win’ match-up

Today's  AFC Cup match between Yadanarbon FC and the Philippines’ Global FC is a do-or-die clash for the Mandalay-based hosts, and head coach Kyi Lin recognised as much in his pre-match press conference held at the Mandalar Thiri Stadium on March 17.

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Myanmar spike Singapore

Myanmar’s women’s volleyball team completed three comfortable best of five-set victories over Singaporean teams between March 13 and 15, as the team prepare for the 2015 Southeast Asian Games to be held in Singapore.

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Nay Pyi Taw FC Academy threaten salary protest

Officials from Nay Pyi Taw Football Club will meet with representatives of the young footballers and their families and coaches from the club’s academy set up on March 16 after the latter group threatened to protest over unpaid salaries.

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Myanmar romp to second Olympic phase

Myanmar women netted seven past their Indian opponents at Mandalay’s Mandalar Thiri Stadium on March 15.

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Myanmar whitewashed

Myanmar lost every one of the 18 matches they contested in squash’s inaugural Marigold South East Asia Cup, only managing to win one game in the 43 they played between March 12 and 14 at the Singapore Island Country Club.

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U22s go down by nine

The road to an Olympic return for the Myanmar men’s football team seemed a long way off when the U22 national team were soundly thrashed 9-0 following first-half hat tricks from Musashi Suzuki and Shoya Nakajima at the Fukuda Denshi Arena on March 11.

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Yangon United dominant as league takes a break

Brazilian Cézar scored a hat-trick to deliver Yangon a 5–2 win over Zeyar Shew Myay at the Yangon United Sports Center on March 8 and secure his side an unbeaten record in the Myanmar National League 1, as the season breaks for a series of international fixtures and tournaments.

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