Saturday, July 23, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Returning ONE champions led from the top

The comeback fight is a cliché as old as they come – but it’s a story that ONE Championship mixed martial arts has given new life. Fighters and officials are returning to Southeast Asia to showcase their sport and spectacle.

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Two Myanmar fighters on ONE bill

Kyal Linn Aung will no longer be the first lethwei artist to fight abroad and against a foreign challenger in the ONE Championship mixed martial arts cage as he will now be joined on the ONE: Kingdom of Warriors bill by Ye Thway Ne who will fight earlier in the night.

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Rain delays Ye Htet Aung’s Malaysian challenge

Ye Htet Aung didn’t have opportunity to improve upon his day-one effort of 4-under-par at the PGM Palm Resort Championship yesterday as play was again suspended due to afternoon thunderstorms.

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Myanmar strikes gold in Indonesian kickboxing

Hla Yin May won gold at the Asian Championships of the Indonesian martial art of Tarung Derajat on April 27.

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Southern Myanmar complete foreign legion

Southern Myanmar named a second Nigerian striker to their side on April 27 when they paraded former Horizon striker Chika Philip Eze in front of the cameras.

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Bigdash out of ONE Championship middleweight title defence

After Aung La Nsang’s comprehensive victory at Thuwanna Indoor Stadium, the Burmese Python’s thoughts turned to Vitaly Bigdash. The Russian was due to defend his ONE Middleweight Championship belt in Singapore on May 5 against challenger Aleksei Butorin. 

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MNL All Stars team up for May Day spectacular

The “MNL Foreigners’ XI” side that will face the Myanmar national side on May 1 in a free kick-off at Thuwunna YTC Stadium will not include any players from the league leaders Yadanarbon.

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Myanmar sides face AFC Cup exit

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Ye Htet Aung shares sixth after first day

Myanmar’s Ye Htet Aung shares a cut of sixth position after his first 18 holes of golf at the weather disrupted Asian Development Tour’s PGM Palm Resort Championship in Malaysia.

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Myanmar oars out of Olympic waters

Myanmar’s rowers will not be at the Olympic Games this summer after they failed to qualify from the 2016 Asia & Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta held in Chung-ju, Korea, over the weekend.

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yadanarbon
18 48 47
18 8 32
18 15 30
18 5 29
Zeyar Shwe Myay
18 6 29
18 13 28
Ayeyawady United
18 5 28
Zwekapin United
18 4 24
Chin United
18 -10 19
18 -24 13
Rakhine United
18 -12 12
Horizon FC
18 -35 6
Last Updated - 19 July 2016
TeamGPGDPTS
Manaw Myay
18 44 45
GFA
18 20 42
Nay Pyi Taw FC
18 29 38
Mahar United
17 18 33
Mawyawadi FC
18 5 29
Myawady FC
16 20 28
University FC
16 -17 17
Dagon FC
17 -9 16
City Stars
18 -13 16
United of Thanlyin
17 -27 11
Silver Stars
17 -33 10
Pong Gan
18 -37 6
Last Updated - 19 July 2016