The Myanmar Times
Friday, 28 November 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Myanmar archers take aim at Indonesia

Myanmar archers see Indonesia as their biggest
rival at the 5th Southeast Asia Archery
Championship.



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Myanmar National League opens 2013 season

The 2013 Myanmar National League got underway but is two clubs fewer than last year after the relegations of 2012’s last place finishers.

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Brazil tour cancelled

An exhibition match between legendary Brazilian soccer players and a Myanmar all-star team has been cancelled due to logistical issues.

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Tway Ma Shaung’s KO captures title

Tway Ma Shaung knocked out opponent Poe K in the first round of their bout to capture the first division title in the Dagon Shwe Aunglan Tournament.

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Myanmar footballer banned for life after pitch attack

Royal Land FC’s Ye Myat Min has been handed a lifetime ban by the Myanmar Football Federation Disciplinary Committee.

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Myanmar, Korea to provide orthopaedic care for SEA Games

Athletes participating in the 27th Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar will receive orthopaedic care from the Ministry of Health in collaboration with a South Korean orthopaedics foundation.

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AFC Challenge Cup qualifying set

Host nation Myanmar has been placed into Group A for the qualifying stages of the 2014 AFC Challenge Cup.



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Three losses for Myanmar cricketers in Thailand

The Myanmar national team lost all three of its group matches and was eliminated from the Asian Cricket Council Trophy Challenge.

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Myanmar cricket struggles for survival

Myanmar cricket is fighting for its future. “In November the boys trained for four to five hours each day, with no sleep and not enough food”, Myanmar national team duty supervisor U Hla Oo said. “But I worry it’s not enough.”

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Myanmar exits AFF Suzuki Cup after defeat to Azkals

Myanmar's national football side was bundled out of the 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup after a 2-0 loss to the Philippines at Bangkok’s Supachalasai Stadium on November 30.

 

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