Tuesday night’s Malaysia Cup quarterfinal underlined all that was good
about Singapore’s involvement, with a big crowd in Kuantan watching
regional superstars like Safuwan Baharudin and Faris Ramli dueling with
Pahang’s import players, including Dickson Nwakaeme, Matias Conti and
John Dulip Kumar, Contributor, Jakarta | Tue, 11/24/2015 8:33 AM
Challengers defeated Fez Rebels by one wicket by virtue of a better
net-run-rate in their TATA Motors JCA League game on Sunday that saw
stoppages due to rain and fortunes fluctuating right through, eventually
culminating in a nail-biting finish.
Twirling spears, swords and clubs at frightening speeds, the brightly
clad fighters performing backflips and flying kicks could be mistaken
for extras in a kung fu movie being shot in the Indonesian capital
The Greek league match between host Panathinaikos and archrival Olympiakos was postponed after home fans clashed with police before the game and threw flares at Olympiakos players as they walked out onto the pitch.
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sat, 11/21/2015 3:20 PM
JAKARTA: Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari cruised into the
women’s doubles quarterfinals at the Hong Kong Open badminton
championship late on Thursday with a 21-11, 21-16 win over Ayane
Kurihara and Naru Shinoya of Japan.
Never did defeat feel so much like a moral victory for Malaysia as they
narrowly lost to the United Arab Emirates in Tuesday night’s AFC 2018
World Cup qualifier, their final international match of the year.