The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 05 September 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

‘Make a Difference’ tour pedals on to Shan State

Taunggyi, Shan State, will this weekend welcome the fourth leg of Myanmar’s Cycle and Make a Difference Charity series.

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No old sea dogs for Myanmar

A flotilla of youngsters will represent Myanmar in the sailing events at this year’s Southeast Asian Games.

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A ‘Golden’ opportunity

The seventh edition of the Golden Belt lethwei championship tournament will begin at Thein Pyu Stadium on May 30.

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Myanmar crowns summer hoops champions

Aung San Stadium hosted the Myanmar Basketball Federation’s Summer Invitational tournament from May 17 to 25.

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Myanmar arrive in NZ

Myanmar’s representatives to the FIFA U20 World Cup took to the training ground yesterday, playing in Whangarei’s William Fraser Memorial Park.

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Myanmar's first World Cup finals

Myanmar's U20 football squad will face off against Group A competition from Ukraine, United States, and hosts New Zealand during the 20th FIFA U20 World Cup

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Myanmar Women target Thai tourney

Fresh from the team’s second-place finish at the ASEAN Football Federation Women’s Championship, the coach of the Myanmar national side, Thet Thet Win is pulling together her plans to go one step further in September and win the second round of the Asian qualification process for the Rio 2016 Olympics.

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Myanmar U23s dig in deep to produce results

Myanmar beat Japan in a close- fought five-set game (23-25, 25-22, 25-17, 19-25, 15-13) to secure a fifth-place finish in the Asian Men’s U23 Volleyball Championship at the Wunna Theikdi Indoor Stadium in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.

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SEA Games Updates

Singapore's Myanmar-born coach "992" eyes "at least 2 gold medals" in Dragon Boat Racing, Philippines women's volleyball to aim for 3rd place finish amid strong competition from Thailand and Myanmar, and more developments from Singapore and Philippines as the 29th Southeast Asian Games draw near.

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See Games as you want to

Followers of next month’s Southeast Asian Games in Singapore will be able to create their own viewing experience, thanks to the launch of the 28th SEA Games TV mobile application on May 25.

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Yangon United
15 28 43
Ayeyawady
United
14 14 29
Magwe FC
14 14 29
Yadanarbon FC
14 13 29
KBZ FC
15 5 25
Chin United
15 -5 15
Nay Pyi Taw FC
15 -11 15
Zeyar Shwe Myay
FC
14 -8 14
Zwekapin FC
15 -9 14
Hantharwady FC
15 -6 11
Manaw Myay FC
15 -16 11
Rakhine United
15 -19 11
Last Updated - 18 August 2015