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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhinneka View Post
    looks like mutiara bandung continues to produce some excellent seeds in GS, in the name of Linda Mutiara Pertiwi and Sinta Arum

    Good to see that.
    Yes, looking at how Shinta Arum defeated Devi Yunita quite easy, she should be very good. According to PBSI website, Shinta Arum was born in 1997.
    Another promising talent from 1997 batch ??

    I think, Mutiara start to be a "real" big club. not just a mediocre club as before.
    Would like to see another AJC and WJC medalist from Mutiara after Suci Rizki Andini/Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    Well done Berliyan Sudrajat!! She knocked out the top seed Rina Andriani in 3 sets eventhough she hold match point at 20-19 in second set. And the dream final happen, Berliyan vs Setyana in final

    Will support Berliyan to clinch her first U-19 title in Sirnas!
    Wow, congratulations on Berliyan's success in U-19 (so far).... But frankly, Setyana will be too difficult for her to beat (for now)...

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    I start to like Serena From these pictures, seems like she have good physical, still 12 y.o anyway. How tall is she?

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    Berliyan lost first game 17-21, now 6-5

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    Berliyan nearly seal second game. 19-15

    come on.. 19-16

    two more!

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    and yess.. Berliyan take second game 21-16.

    heading to rubber!

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    GS U-19 much more interesting to watch rather than MS. Countless how much Fauzi Adnan broadcasted in 2 hours Sirnas by TVRI.

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    TVRI probably knows nothing about badminton....and they thought MS is the most prestigious event in the list of the all the Dewasa events.

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    Good to see Maria Elfira Christina and Ari Yuli Wahyu Hartanto starting to coach the youngsters already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    GS U-19 much more interesting to watch rather than MS. Countless how much Fauzi Adnan broadcasted in 2 hours Sirnas by TVRI.
    Gregoria is trailing 7-13 against Melisa Andesti.. any info of Melisa?

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    wow, Gregoria fight back, 15-17.

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    Strong mentally, Gregoria Mariska far left behind and win 21-19. Some people said, she plays like "Bulls"

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    superb Gregoria, down 7-13 and win fisrt game 21-19

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    Adi Pratama beat Adnan Fauzi to lift his first ever Sirnas title. He also won the Astec Open title late last year.

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    Gregoria Mariska is on track for another Sirnas title, this time in GS U15. Fitriani, the serial Sirnas winners in GS U15 last year is now promoted to Remaja (U17) and lost in her second match.

    This year, GS U19 will see the continuing battle between Berliyan Sudrajat, Setyana Mapasa, and Elizabeth Matindas. All these players are serial winners of Sirnas in GS U17 in the past 2 years. Berliyan will face Setyana for the title today. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Matindas lost in her second match also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Gregoria Mariska is on track for another Sirnas title, this time in GS U15. Fitriani, the serial Sirnas winners in GS U15 last year is now promoted to Remaja (U17) and lost in her second match.

    This year, GS U19 will see the continuing battle between Berliyan Sudrajat, Setyana Mapasa, and Elizabeth Matindas. All these players are serial winners of Sirnas in GS U17 in the past 2 years. Berliyan will face Setyana for the title today. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Matindas lost in her second match also.
    Don't forget Ruselly Hartawan, last year she was Finalist in one Sirnas GS U-19.
    Berliyan & Ruselly are U-17 players who promoted into U-19 this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    Don't forget Ruselly Hartawan, last year she was Finalist in one Sirnas GS U-19.
    Berliyan & Ruselly are U-17 players who promoted into U-19 this year.
    another one to watch should be Intan Dwi Jayanti....
    would like to see her development this year...

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