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    yeah~malaysia junior JIA YOU~

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Sri Lanka =/ Be careful.
    Hope they're safe in Colombo. All the best. Can anyone update us with the results?
    mak-lee lost 21-16 21-17 to leeyongdae-chogunwoo in semis.. where is miracle.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 korea swept away 4 golds-Men doubles(lee-cho) men singles(Hong ji hoon) mixed doubles (Lee yong dae-yoo hyun young) and another gold in mixed team...!! Lee yong dae took away 2 golds for korea~!! korean juniors r super duper suPERB~! they defeated china.. huahuahua~~~

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    thanks for the info, blessings...
    but how come no updates on the sri lanka satellite tournament???
    ANYONE? i can't get info cuz MJs can't send sms from there.. dunno why.. angry!

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    Congratulations to our juniors!!!

    Lim Kenn and Julia Wong are Sri Lanka Satellite boys and girls champions!!!

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    OMG OMG OMG

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!

    HAPPY!!!!!

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    Lim Kenn beat Tan Chun Seang in Final:

    20/22,21/18,21/8

    Overall..they did great this time.
    Liew Daren, Beryno Wong and Chong Wei Feng in QF. And Chong Li Qun in SF (beat Liew Daren to be in SF)
    Chong Wei Feng beaten by Tan Chun Seang *faint

    But this is from my point of view. I wonder what the coaches think. Hmm..

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    OMG i dunno our doubles pair also won the MD title! *ha

    Chan Peng Soon/Chang Hun Pin bt Khoo Chun Chiat/Mohd.Razif Abdul Latif (another MAS pair)
    18/21,21/14,21/19

    MAS dominated Sri Lanka Satellite *ha

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    The title of this article makes me feel gloomy too
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    Source: www.thestar.com.my

    Monday November 13, 2006

    Future looks gloomy in men’s singles
    PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's future in badminton, especially in the men's singles, looks gloomy as indicated in the outcome of the World Junior Championships, which ended in Incheon on Saturday.
    None of the Malaysians – Mohd Arif Abdul Latif, Lim Fang Yang, Teo Kok Siang and Lok Chong Chieh – cleared the early rounds.
    China, South Korea and Indonesia had representatives in the boys' singles semi-finals with Korean Han Ji-hoon emerging as the champion, beating Indonesian Tommy Sugiarto, the son of former world champion Icuk, in the final.
    The players, who did not show great promise at the World Juniors, will still be promoted to the Project 2010-12 under the charge of Rashid Sidek after they complete their Form Five studies at the end of the year.
    In fact, the current batch of players under Rashid has yet to make any breakthrough in Open tournaments.
    Although the process of churning out top players will take time, national chief coach Yap Kim Hock said that he was concerned with the quality of the singles players.
    “Currently, our pool of men's singles players is small. We do not see many youngsters challenging the seniors we now have. And in this recent World Juniors, we find Malaysia doing better in the doubles than in the singles,” said Kim Hock.
    “I will propose to our management and Rashid to release several potential players to the national team by end of the year. We need more players to be exposed at the higher level of competition.”
    At the World Juniors, Malaysia's top performers were boys' doubles bronze medallists Lim Khim Wah-Mak Hee Chun. They went down to eventual champions Lee Yong-dae-Cho Gun-woo of South Korea in the semi-finals.
    The hope was also high on second seed Lydia Cheah in the girls' singles but she crashed out in the fourth round.
    The 16-year-old lanky shuttler, however, is talented and with time, she is set to be Malaysia's pride.
    Meanwhile, South Korea, who won three of the five titles – boys' singles and doubles and the mixed doubles – showed that they will be a force to be reckoned with in the future.


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    But anyway:
    “I will propose to our management and Rashid to release several potential players to the national team by end of the year. We need more players to be exposed at the higher level of competition.”




    More chances for the MJs

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    thanks for the info, blessings...
    but how come no updates on the sri lanka satellite tournament???
    ANYONE? i can't get info cuz MJs can't send sms from there.. dunno why.. angry!
    welcome yannie.. thx 4 da info for sri lanka satellite..

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin_hakkinen
    But anyway:
    “I will propose to our management and Rashid to release several potential players to the national team by end of the year. We need more players to be exposed at the higher level of competition.”




    More chances for the MJs
    Hohoho, release several potential players to the national team YAYA! And then will send them all to next year's Denmark Open. Yiha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Hohoho, release several potential players to the national team YAYA! And then will send them all to next year's Denmark Open. Yiha!
    aha, now we see the true reason why yannie wants them to make the national team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LwW^w|n
    pics of ajie and ruben....
    Blings.. Faint, in Denmark Open I realised, Ajie was there!!! I met him many times!!! hahaha.. funny..
    He's now in Aussie, playing doubles with Ashley..

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    Aiyooo... Vietnam Open:
    Chong Wei Feng, Lim Kenn and Liew Daren lost already.
    Beryno Wong, Tan Chun Seang and Chong Li Qun advanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Aiyooo... Vietnam Open:
    Chong Wei Feng, Lim Kenn and Liew Daren lost already.
    Beryno Wong, Tan Chun Seang and Chong Li Qun advanced.
    Beryno won or lost againts Chan Yan Kit (2nd Seed)???

    You said he lost in rubber 24/26 in another thread before this???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man
    Beryno won or lost againts Chan Yan Kit (2nd Seed)???

    You said he lost in rubber 24/26 in another thread before this???
    Aiya, I posted that the day before he lost.. Haha.. now only CHUN SEANG and LI QUN left in MS.. yiha!!!

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    SMS from Erin:

    "Malaysian newspaper report about Malaysia Satellite: President of Kedah BA said Malaysia will send young and talented players which will be lead by Ismail Saman, Yogendran, James Chua and TAN CHUN SEANG. Faint"

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    Vietnam Open MS results:

    Chun Seang and Li Qun lost to Andrew Smith and Tien Minh in the QFs...

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