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The family of the late Noramfaizul Mohd Nor, the Bernama TV cameraman who was killed during a humanitarian mission in Somalia last year, has received a letter of offer from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to perform the Haj. It was handed
The national hockey team have been called many unflattering things. Now, they risk being labelled as not only being slow starters but slow learners as well. Their notorious tendency to take a good few minutes to get going in a match is now legendary
Selangor dont have an Astroturf pitch in their state but were still strong enough to hammer Pahang 8-0 in a Group A match of the National Under-16 hockey championship in Sungai Petani yesterday. Mohd Haikal Zambri was Selangors hero, scoring four
Malaysia finally won their first road racing medal in the Asian Cycling Championships, thanks to Mohamed Adiq Husainie Othman. It was only a silver but there were smiles all around in the Malaysian camp as Adiq finished just half a bikes length
Tragedy struck again at the Kuantan beach belt when a 12-year-old boy drowned at Batu Hitam beach, eight days after two brothers met the same fate at Pantai Sepat. Mohd Shahrul Hafiz Ramli had gone for a swim with his two friends at around 5.30pm...
It was their second win and they lead the standings on goal difference from Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL). Thunderbolt led 2-1 at half time, thanks to goals by Mohd Aminuddin Mohd Zain (fifth minute) and Mohd Sufi Ismat Md Rohulamin (seventh)...
Three players were dropped and one retained for sparring purposes as the national hockey team for the Olympic qualifier were trimmed to 21 yesterday. The three players chopped were Shahrin Mohamad, Mohd Fitri Abu Bakar and Project 2013s Faiz Helmi.
The duo forward Mohd Firhan Ashaari and midfielder Mohd Fitri Saari are training with the national team in preparation for the Olympic qualifiers in Dublin in March...Thunderbolt coach Wan Roslan Wan Abdul Rahman said they would need Firhan and Fitri
They want to become the first team to retain both the league and overall titles since the MHLs inception in 1985. Tenaga Nasional in the season-opening Charity Shield but went on to clinch the double last year. Premier Division runners-up Tenaga in
Nabil Fiqri Mohd Noor scored the winning goal in sudden- death extra time to help Kuala Lumpur beat Pahang 1-0 in the Division One final and retain the Razak Cup title at the Bukit Serendit Stadium here yesterday. KL pocketed RM10,000 for winning