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LAST_UPDATETue, 22 Aug 2017 8am

Defoe In Line To Start For Bournemouth

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Jermain Defoe could make his first start for Bournemouth in 16 years at home to Watford on Saturday, manager Eddie Howe told a news conference on Friday.

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Malaysia Surge Ahead With Seven Gold Medals

Pic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: Hosts Malaysia will be flashing big smiles from their golden start when they march into the National Stadium for the opening of the 29th SEA Games tomorrow night.

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Attending The SEA Games Opening Ceremony Tomorrow? Here’s What You Should Know

SEA Games opening ceremony in 2015

After months of preparation by our government and athletes, the Kuala Lumpur 2017 (KL 2017) SEA Games will officially open its curtains tomorrow!

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Meet Tana, Team Malaysia Athlete And Miss Malaysia Finalist

Not just another pretty face. That is the best phrase to describe Tanalaksiumy Mahenthiran Rayer, a Malaysian athlete, who is also one of the finalists of Miss Malaysia 2017.

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M'sia To Regain Sepak Takraw Glory At 29th SEA Games

KUALA LUMPUR -- The tekong of Malaysia’s number one regu, Mohammad Syahir Mohd Rosdi wants to make the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games as the arena to regain the country’s glory in sepak takraw as he is frequently haunted by the strength of the Thai team.

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SEA Games: Former Archer Siti Aishah Wants To Be Back In 2019

The 2017 Malaysian women’s compound archers (from left) Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh, Saritha Cham Nong and Nurul Syazhera Mohd Asmi beat Vietnam to clinch the gold at the National Archery Range in KL Sports City yesterday. Photo: The Star

KUALA LUMPUR – Former national archer Siti Aishah Sudin, 51, wants a piece of the pie at the  2019 SEA  Games.

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KL2017 Women's Football: Lack Of Individual Skills, Exposure Cost Malaysia - Coach

SHAH ALAM, Aug 18 – Lack of individual skills and international exposure was cited as the reason why Malaysia got a 5-0 drubbing by Myanmar in women’s football in the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games at Stadium UiTM Shah Alam, last night.

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Early Exposure To Swimming Helps Hua Wei To Reap Gold

KUALA LUMPUR -- An intense interest in swimming since the age of seven pays off for national synchronised swimmer Gan Hua Wei, 18, when she clinched the the gold medal in the solo technical routine event at the 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.

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Liverpool Star Philippe Coutinho Is Going To Leave For Barcelona - Jordan Rossiter

PHILIPPE COUTINHO is going to leave Liverpool for Barcelona this summer, according to former team-mate Jordan Rossiter.

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KL2017: Home Gold For Archery And Synchronised Swimming Yesterday, Medal Tally Up To Seven Golds Today

The Malaysian women’s compound archers (from left) Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh, Saritha Cham Nong and Nurul Syazhera Mohd Asmi beat Vietnam to clinch the gold at the National Archery Range in KL Sports City yesterday. Photo: The Star

Our archery team redeemed their Wednesday loss by winning gold in yesterday’s compound events, while our synchronised swimmer also bagged one gold and silver respectively. Unfortunately, the chinlone squad could not repeat Tuesday’s gold victory as they only won bronze and silver. for non-repetition secondary and primary events.

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