Friday, February 12, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Vietnam announces 2021 SEA Games budget

Vietnam has plans to spend US$78 million on the upgrading of Hanoi’s sporting facilities and the organisation of the 2021 Southeast Asian Games.

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No passport for Kler Heh

Karen refugee will not be allowed to play for Myanmar unless he gives up British citizenship.

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Zaw Zaw Latt back to top with first day lead

Myanmar Tour leader Zaw Zaw Latt raced to the top of the leaderboard with a score of 5-under-par after the first day of golf at the Yangon Golf Club on November 3.

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Kites fly at Ngwe Saung

The tail end of Myanmar’s monsoon season could not hold back the kiteboarders assembled from across Asia and beyond for the Myanmar Wave Rider Cup 2015. Tour officials and kiters alike agreed that they had never seen such a well-organised event from the logistical point of view.

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The unusual circumstances that unearthed Myanmar’s first kitesurfer

One unexpected find at the Myanmar Wave Rider Cup was the country’s first kitesurfer. However it was only thanks to fate and the tarot cards that Zeyar Win, from Mawlamyine, Mon State, first picked up a kite.

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Khine Zin Moe races to bronze at Asian champs

Surrounded by Asia’s best including a number with Olympic aspirations, Myanmar’s Khine Zin Moe forced herself into a medal finish at the Asian Continental BMX Championships, held in Nay Pyi Taw on October 31

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Hosting success rolls out future for Myanmar cycling

The 10th Asian Continental BMX Championships, held in Nay Pyi Taw on October 31, not only provided a day of exciting international competition – it was also the first cycling event ever held in Myanmar with official endorsement from the sport’s governing body, the International Cycling Union (UCI).

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Red Warriors fight their way out

A last-day win for Rakhine United sends Manaw Myay and Nay Pyi taw to the lower league as champions Yangon United claim their reward

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Lao loss means they must bounce back in Yangon

Lao Toyota FC will now visit Myanmar needing a win to have any hope of reaching the Toyota Mekong Club Championship semi-final after they lost 2-0 to Cambodia’s Boeung Ket Angkor FC on November 1.

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Rakhine, KBZ rescheduled on last MNL weekend

This weekend the 2015 Myanmar National League season draws to a close with a trophy celebration for Yangon United today followed by battles to avoid relegation tomorrow for Rakhine United and Nay Pyi Taw.

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yadanarbon
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
TeamGPGDPTS
Mawyawadi FC
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
4 -11 0
Pong Gan
4 -14 0
Last Updated - 9 February 2016