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    Quote Originally Posted by LwW^w|n
    here's a pic to share.....
    aww..thank you dear, for the pic!
    hmm..zakry looks good here
    razif & zakry look like they're staring at the same thing lol!!
    What are they staring at, Yinn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LwW^w|n
    here's a pic to share.....
    OH, KKK looks hot!!! why wasnt he turning around...

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    where is da place?

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    sze yin, ruben is from indonesia right? how about ajie?

    anyway, nice pic =) i'm sure erin likes it the most...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    sze yin, ruben is from indonesia right? how about ajie?

    anyway, nice pic =) i'm sure erin likes it the most...
    Yannie, i think Ajie also from Indonesia..hmm.
    They're sparring partners in MAS team, right Yinn?

    btw.. yeah, i like the most

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    Tan Chun Seang in action
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    Arif Latif
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    Thanks Erin for the pics, Arif went to German Juniors??? So how did he do in that tourney?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannie
    Thanks Erin for the pics, Arif went to German Juniors??? So how did he do in that tourney?
    Well, for MD, Arif Latif/Vountus Indra Mawan Saniru managed to reach SF.
    But no worries, another MAS pair won the MD title.
    Lim Khim Wah/Mak Hee Chun beat Ji Hoon HONG/Ki Hoon HAN(KOR) 15-10,15-12.

    For MS, Arif got through until QF.
    In QF, Arif Latif was beaten by Jan Ø. Jørgensen(DEN)
    15-8,8-15,15-5
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    The Star Wednesday June 14, 2006

    Last chance for juniors to keep their place in squad

    KUCHING: With a place in the Project 2010-12 squad at stake, the juniors are expected to go the extra mile in the Proton Malaysian Open badminton championships starting today at the Stadium Perpaduan.
    The Project's chief coach Rashid Sidek has decided to wield the axe and trim his current 30-member squad after the four-star Malaysian Open.
    “This Malaysian Open is the last chance for some of these players – both boys and girls – to impress. I will drop some of the under-achievers,” said Rashid. “I have not decided on the number of players that will be dropped. But those dropped can be taken back if they prove themselves in other local tournaments,” he said.
    Today, some of the interesting first round matches involving Rashid's charges will be between the Kedah Malaysian Games (Sukma) gold medallist Mohd Syafiq Jamaluddin and two-time Malaysian champion Lee Chong Wei; Mohd Hazwan Jamaluddin vs top seed Lin Dan of China; Liew Daren vs India's Anand Chetan; and Chong Wei Feng vs Boonsak Ponsana of Thailand.
    Women's singles shuttler Anita Raj Kaur will take on China-born Pi Hongyan of France who won the Singapore Open crown on Sunday.


    (Malaysians unless stated)
    Men's singles
    Second round: Lee Hock Lai bt Kenneth Lim 21-9, 21-8; Lim Chen Wet-Liew Yew Zion 21-8, 21-8; Mohd Hafiz Shaharuddin bt Yu Siong Fung 21-6, 21-9; J. B. S. Viyadhar (Ind) bt Vong Xiang Wei 21-17, 21-6; Mohd Shafiq Jamaluddin bt Hamden @ Hamdin Hardiyandi 21-14, 21-5.
    Men's doubles
    Second round: Admaja Pribadi Setia-Basuki Prasetyo Restu (Ina) bt Chong Cheong Yong-Chong Ban Sin 21-11, 21-13; Vong Xiang Wei-Tan Hin Loke bt Bujang Saffriy-Haji Emboulang Sulaiman 21-8, 21-16; Vincent Soon So Jie-Chan Peng Soon bt Liew Yew Zion-Nguang Ung Siong 21-9, 21-13.
    Women's singles
    First round: Gokhale Sayali (Ind) bt Wendy Tan 21-7, 22-24, 21-4; Wong Miew Kheng bt Chong Tze Ley 21-6, 21-11; Mutatkar Aditi (Ind) bt Tan Ann Ching 21-4, 21-3; Misha Ruth (Ind) bt Lee Joo Yiet 21-12, 21-6.
    Second round: Anita Raj Kaur bt Gokhale 21-17, 21-19; Lee Hyun-jin (Kor) bt Miew Kheng 21-17, 21-18; Imabeppu Kaori (Jpn) bt Mutatkar 21-18, 21-19; Jun jae-youn (Kor) bt Misha 21-11, 21-11.

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    Source: www.thestar.com.my

    Beryno Wong having a word with coach Teh Seu Bok after the first game in his third round match against China’s Lin Dan. Wong lost 12-21, 14-21 to the Chinese ace.
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    Beryno gained some fans now =P

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    hehehe.. i am one of his fans!!!!!!!! hahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin_hakkinen

    For MS, Arif got through until QF.
    In QF, Arif Latif was beaten by Jan Ø. Jørgensen(DEN)
    15-8,8-15,15-5
    Arif Latif was beaten by one of the two bigger Danish talents, the 18 year old Jan Ø. Jørgensen from Aalborg, northern Jutland.


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    Source: www.thestar.com.my
    Tuesday June 20, 2006

    Singles shuttlers again fall flat despite Chong Wei’s win

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUCHING: Apart from Lee Chong Wei's heroics at the Malaysia Open, the other men's singles shuttlers in the national team failed to live up to expectations in Sarawak.
    Chong Wei's strong show was the only high point from the men's singles players when he won his third consecutive title in great fashion on Sunday.
    TSUEN SENG: Failed to produce results
    The second seed Chong Wei dug himself out of trouble to upset world number one Lin Dan of China 21-18, 18-21, 23-21 in the final at the Perpaduan Stadium.
    But the performances of the other singles players were a huge letdown.
    Kuan Beng Hong's misery in international tournaments continued when he failed to get past Germany's second best player Roman Spitko in the second round.
    Lee Tsuen Seng, K. Yogendran and James Chua again showed that they are merely making up the numbers with early round defeats.
    Yeoh Kay Bin, a back-up player, has showed a slight improvement since coming under the charge of Chinese coach Li Mao but he too failed to make an impact in Kuching.
    Nusa Mahsuri's Roslin Hashim and former international Sairul Amar Ayob however, continued to perform better than these back-up players.
    Roslin went down fighting to China's Lin Dan in the semi-finals and it showed that the veteran still has the fire to improve while Sairul posed problems for the higher-ranked opponents.
    National chief coach Yap Kim Hock said that he was getting tired of giving some of the players in the national team the chance to prove themselves.
    “This is the final straw. We are making changes in the singles set-up end of this year after the World Championships (Sept 18-24 in Madrid) and the Asian Games (Dec 1-15 in Doha). Some players will have to go,” said Kim Hock.
    “Tsuen Seng especially has been given countless opportunities to prove himself and yet, he has failed to produce the results.”
    Kim Hock said that the plan was to promote two players from Rashid Sidek's Project 2010-12 after the Malaysian Games (Sukma) in Kedah recently to the national team but it did not fall through.
    “Li Mao was unable to pick the best two. The standard of the juniors are about the same and he could not decide. He will make his pick at the end of this year,” said Kim Hock.
    Rashid's charges also took part in the Malaysian Open. Except for Beryno Wong, who put up a fight against Lin Dan, the others showed that they were still not ready for the big league. The next assignment for the Malaysians is the Taiwan Open starting tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin_hakkinen
    Yannie, i think Ajie also from Indonesia..hmm.
    They're sparring partners in MAS team, right Yinn?

    btw.. yeah, i like the most
    yeah..Ajie and Ruben are from Indonesia....
    I heard the reporter said that there is four players from indonesia followed Rexy to Malaysia....

    **miss them....Ajie + Ruben!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LwW^w|n
    yeah..Ajie and Ruben are from Indonesia....
    I heard the reporter said that there is four players from indonesia followed Rexy to Malaysia....

    **miss them....Ajie + Ruben!!!!!
    Are you really sure? Malaysia is importing foreign talents?

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