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    Anyone have info about these junior players? From what i read, they good especially Lim Kenn & Tan Chun Seang. They're from the Project 2010-2012 Squad under Rashid Sidek.

    The squad, gearing up for the 2010 Asian Games and 2012 Olympic Games, was formed in March last year.

    Any information & pictures are most welcomed.

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    Reward and heartbreak awaits Project shuttlers

    15/05/06, 18:08:22

    By RAJES PAUL
    PETALING JAYA: A lot is at stake for the singles shuttlers in the Project 2010-2012 squad in Sukma (Malaysia Games).
    The stars of the Under-23 competition, which begins in Alor Star on May 28, will be selected for major Open tournaments but the under-achievers may find themselves axed from the squad.
    By using Sukma as one of the final platforms to review the players' performances, coach Rashid Sidek expects his charges to put up a good show.
    “I have given the permission to the boys to start their centralised training with their respective states, beginning tomorrow (Monday),” said Rashid.
    “There are high expectations on them to do well in Sukma. The finalists and those who create upsets will be selected for two upcoming major tournaments – Singapore Open (June 5-11) and Malaysian Open (June 13-18). This is an incentive for them.
    “Sukma is also one of the tournaments for me to evaluate the players. Those who perform poorly or lose tamely to other state players may not be considered good enough to be in the team.”
    Except for Law Yew Thien, who crashed out in the semi-finals to Mohd Hazwan Jamaluddin at the last Sukma in Negri Sembilan years ago, all the others in the squad will compete in Alor Star.
    Hazwan, who went down tamely to Kedahan Kuan Beng Hong in the final of the 2004 Sukma, will be out to go one step better.
    The others from the Project squad who will be competing in the Kedah Sukma are Lim Kenn, Liew Daren, Tan Chun Seang, Mohd Shafiq Jamaluddin, Azrihanif Azahar, Beryno Wong , Chong Wei Feng, Hew Loon, Chong Li Qun, Mohd Arif Abdul Latif, Lok Chong Chieh, Lim Fang Yang, Vountus Indra Mawan, Kuan Kam Chung, Zairul Hafiz Zainudin, Teo Kok Siang and Chan Kwong Beng.
    Of all his charges, Rashid felt that Liew Daren, Lim Kenn and Chun Seang are the frontrunners for the boys' singles title.
    “These players have been in good form in training. Hazwan may be the runner-up but he will find it tough to live up to his tag this time. His form had not been impressive in training,” said Rashid.
    Rashid added that he would also be on a look out for new talent.
    “If we spot players with talent, we will give them a chance to undergo a three-month trial with my squad,” he said.
    “And state players who beat any of my charges will get an immediate call-up to train with my team.”
    After delaying for many times, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) will finally conduct a review of the Project squad after the Malaysian Open.
    The squad, gearing up for the 2010 Asian Games and 2012 Olympic Games, was formed in March last year.
    Courtesy of The Star Online

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    Source: www.bam.org.my

    2010 - 2012 Project

    Men's Singles (15)

    � Mohd Hazwan Jamaluddin
    � Chong Wei Feng
    � Tan Chun Seang
    � Law Yew Thien
    � Raymond Steven
    � Azrihanif Azahar
    � Mohd Hafiz Shaharuddin
    � Lim Kenn
    � Lee Hock Lai
    � Lim Chen Wet
    � Mohd Shafiq Jamaluddin
    � Leong Kok Ping
    � Beryno Wong
    � Chong Li Qun
    � Liew Darren

    Men's Doubles (8)

    � Au Kok Leong
    � Khoo Chung Chiat
    � Goh Ying Jin
    � Hoon Thien How
    � Tan Boon Heong
    � Chin Tze Seong
    � Mohd Razif Latif
    � Mohd Razif Abdul Rahman Women's Singles (5)

    � Norsyahliza Baharum
    � Daphne Ng Chiew Yen
    � Julia Wong Pei Xian
    � Ooi Yu Hang
    � Anita Raj Kaur

    Women's Doubles (3)

    � Chong Sook Chin
    � Yee Qui Hsiang
    � Haw Chiou Hwee

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    Raymond Steven and Leong Kok Ping are already out of the project.

    I heard that Lim Kenn, Tan Chun Seang, Liew Darren, Law Yew Thien and Chong Wei Feng are almost at the same level...?

    Pictures? Will ask some of them if they let us post their personal pictures...

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    Current World Ranking: 18th May 2006


    Men's singles:
    Lim Kenn: 132
    Liew Daren: 143
    Law Yew Thien: 151
    Tan Chun Seang: 162
    Chong Wei Feng: 206
    Chong Li Qun: 317
    Lee Hock Lai: 326
    Lim Chen Wet: 381


    Men's doubles:
    Tan Boon Heong/Hoon Thien How: 40
    Khoo Chung Chiat/Goh Ying Jin: 174
    Goh Ying Jin/Abdul Rahman Mohd Razif: 236
    Au Kok Leong/Chin Tze Seong: 252


    Ps. can't find some of the ms/md rankings and none of the ws/wd...

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    for you ppls information, raymond steven is still in the project squad..... yee qui shiang the double player is out alrady...she quit the sport to concentrate on her studies....

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    Ya Raymond is till in.

    He changed to doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man
    Ya Raymond is till in.

    He changed to doubles.
    Ah ok... Yew Thien said that Raymond is out already... didn't know he changed to doubles, and who's he now pairing with?

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    is not that he changes...he was faust to for some reason..POLITIC...as usual...he partnering au kok leong a kedah player if i am not mistaken...

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    i can see that most of them are chinese....so great...

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    It doesnt matter whether they are chinese,malay,indian,iban,punjabi,kadazan or any race as long as they train hard and strive to be a professional player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riz-nie
    i can see that most of them are chinese....so great...
    this sounds a bit racist

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    Tan Chun Seang
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    Hoon Thien How


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    Haha I suppose this is... Lim Kenn!!!





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    But... who's this then?









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    And who are they???






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