Thursday, February 11, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Golf Tour to Mandalay

The penultimate leg of the 2015 Myanmar Golf Tour tees off this morning at Mandalay’s Shwe Mann Taung Golf Resort.

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From drop to table top

Emerson Alcântara who suffered relegation from the Myanmar National League this season while in charge of Manaw Myay, will now take the reins at national champions Yangon United.

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ASEAN champions shine in Singapore bout

Thailand’s Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke, the ONE Strawweight World Champion, took a unanimous decision over Yago Bryan of Brazil in the main event of the One: Pride of Lions event in Singapore on September 13.

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No game but Kuwait continues

Last night’s scheduled 2018 World Cup qualifying match between Myanmar and Kuwait was postponed because their federation is suspended from international football for government interference.

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The light is lit for the ASEAN Para Games

The ASEAN Para Games doesn’t open until December 6 but in advance of that last weekend Singapore’s para-athletes gathered for the Flame Lighting Ceremony for the 8th ASEAN Para Games 2015.

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Kler Heh still dreams of call-up

Karen refugee Kler Heh has expressed regret that, as Myanmar’s national side will be lining up to face Hong Kong tomorrow, his own dreams of pulling on the White Angels jersey seem to have been dashed.

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Zaw Zaw Latt clear as Bo Bo blows up

Going into the final day Zaw Zaw Latt leads the field by three shots as his key rival Bo Bo carded a third-round 79 to throw himself back to 12th place and eight shots adrift on November 5.

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Twitter tagging makes hash of Myanmar’s election coverage

For those hoping to follow November 8’s historic election through social media, Twitter’s global reach has made it slightly more challenging. November 8 is also the date for North London’s historic though more regular derby between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur – and fans have already taken to Twitter with the hashtag #nld.

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Ayeyawady’s Naumov is Asia’s golden boot

Ayeyawady United’s Riste Naumov was awarded top goalscorer in the 2015 AFC Cup. The club received a letter on November 3 informing them that the continent’s governing body would be forwarding the former Macedonian international’s award via the Myanmar Football Federation. Naumov’s eight goals, scored in four pairs, helped the Red Wave reach the last 16 of the competition. But with a weakened side the team fell 5-0 away to Malaysia’s Johor Darul Ta’zim – the eventual winners of the competition.

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No passport for Kler Heh

Kler Heh, the Karen refugee now living and playing football in Sheffield, England, will not be pulling on a shirt for the Myanmar national team, the official spokesperson for the Myanmar Football Federation has told The Myanmar Times.

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5 10 13
Hantharwady Utd
5 8 13
Zwekapin FC
5 6 10
Zeyar Shwe Myay
5 3 9
5 1 8
5 3 6
Ayeyarwady Utd
5 -2 6
Rakhine United
5 -2 5
Yangon United
5 -2 4
Chin Utd
5 -4 4
Horizon FC
5 -7 4
Southern Myanmar
5 -14 0
Last Updated - 9 February 2016
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4 8 12
Nay Pyi Taw FC
4 9 10
Manaw Myay
4 8 10
Myawady FC
4 7 7
GFA
4 2 7
University FC
4 -2 7
Mahar United
4 2 5
United of Thanlyin
4 -2 4
City Stars
4 -4 3
Dagon FC
4 -3 2
Silver Stars
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Pong Gan
4 -14 0
Last Updated - 9 February 2016