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    Default 2009 Asia Youth U-16, Colombo 3-9 August

    Website :
    http://www.2009badmintonasiau16.com/

    2008 Results :
    http://www.2009badmintonasiau16.com/2008.htm

    Individual Final
    BS : Nur Md. Azriyn (MAS) d Kenas Adi Haryanto (INA) 21-15, 21-13
    GS : Ratchanok Inthanon (THA) d Tiara Rosalia (INA) 19-21, 21-12, 21-14
    BD : Nur Md. Azriyn/Ee Yi Teo (MAS) d Wing Sam Tan/Wei Keat Heg (MAS) 21-16, 21-16
    GD : Maetanee Phattanaphitoon/Ratchanok Inthanhon (THA) d Milicent Wiranto/Dian Fitri (INA) 21-15, 21-18
    XD : Jemie Shevon Lai/Wei Keat Heg (MAS) d Mie Kuan Chow/Giap Chin Goh (MAS) 21-13, 26-24

    Final Team's Event

    Boys : INA d MAS 2-0
    Riyanto Subagja d Nur Mohd. Azryn 21-23, 21-18, 21-9
    Arief Gifar d Goh Giap Chin 21-7, 18-21, 21-18

    Girls : THA d KOR 2-0
    Ratchanok Inthanon d Shin Seung Chan 21 -5, 21 – 17
    Rawinda Prajingjai d Lee So Hee 21- 16, 21 – 19

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    I heard that INA won't be sending anyone to Colombo for this Asia U-16 due to 'security reasons'... I thought the Tamil Tigers were already exterminated earlier this year... I'm a bit ignorant of any residual rebel movements there...
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    Default Wow..

    ..hmm, i wonder if this tourney will have the same coverage as the 2009 AJC, 35+ pages of posts and all...Anyone from Sri Lanka dare to take up the challenge??..

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    The Entry Players


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    Player Profiles - Republic of Korea
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	LEE HYUN SOO 	28/4/1994 	Player 	 
    2 	CHOI SOL KYU 	5/8/1995 	Player 	 
    3 	KIM DONG TAK 	1/3/1994 	Player 	 
    4 	KIM DONG JOO 	9/4/1994 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    5 	LEE SO HEE 	14/6/1994 	Player 	 
    6 	SHIN SEUNG CHAN 	6/12/1994 	Player 	 
    7 	PARK SO YOUNG 	27/5/1994 	Player 	 
    8 	KIM JI WON 	26/2/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
    
     Player Profiles - Thailand
    
    GIRLS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	INTANON RATCHANOK 	5/1995 	Player 	35642
    2 	PHATTANAPHITOON MAETANEE 	19/4/1994 	Player 	 
    3 	SUWANAKIJBORIHARN SARITA 	22/5/1995 	Player 	 
    4 	LAM NARISSAPAT 	7/3/1996 	Player 	 
    5 	CHAITHONGWONGWATANA SUREEPORN 	5/7/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
     Player Profiles - Malaysia
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	TAN KIAN MENG 	1/6/1994 	Player 	 
    2 	HAIQAL MUHD ADIB 	24/6/1994 	Player 	 
    3 	PHILIP DEDE RYAN 	6/4/1994 	Player 	 
    4 	LAI YON SHENG 	4/2/1994 	Player 	 
    5 	ONG CALVIN JIA HONG 	11/1/1994 	Player 	 
    6 	SIMON MARCEL 	2/6/1994 	Player 	 
    7 	SAHARUDIN MUHAMMAD SHAHIREEN 	7/2/1994 	Player 	 
    8 	SOONG JOO VEN 	19/5/1995 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    9 	LEE MENG YEAN 	30/3/1994 	Player 	 
    10 	CHOW MEI KUAN 	23/12/1994 	Player 	 
    11 	LIM YIN FUN 	13/11/1994 	Player 	 
    12 	KHOO ERICA PEI SHAN 	15/5/1994 	Player 	 
    13 	SEE TO CHIA VERN 	16/9/1994 	Player 	 
    14 	ZAINUDIN NURUL HEDAYU 	4/2/1994 	Player 	 
    15 	BAHARUM NORSHAHIDA 	22/3/1995 	Player 	 
    16 	TI WEI CHYI 	12/5/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
     Player Profiles - Hong Kong, China
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	LEE CHUN HEI REGINALD 	25/01/1994 	Player 	92609
    2 	NG KA LONG ANGUS 	24/06/1994 	Player 	45171
    3 	LAW CHEUK HIM 	26/6/1994 	Player 	 
    4 	CHANG TAK CHING 	22/1/1995 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    5 	YUEN SIN YING 	13/1/1994 	Player 	 
    6 	NG WING YUNG 	17/5/1995 	Player 	 
    7 	TSANG WING CHIU 	16/4/1995 	Player 	 
    8 	HUANG WUN YAN 	10/10/1997 	Player 	 
    
    
    
    
    
    Player Profiles - Singapore
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	ONG SOON LEE GERALD 	1/4/1994 	Player 	 
    2 	BIN ISHAK ASRAF MUHD 	9/2/1994 	Player 	 
    3 	CHAY JUN YANG 	22/6/1994 	Player 	 
    4 	WONG WEI LIANG JAMIE 	7/4/1994 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    5 	WONG HUI EN SHAYLN 	31/1/1994 	Player 	 
    6 	BINTE RAHIM SITI NURHAYATI 	13/8/1995 	Player 	 
    7 	CHUA JET LING JOLENE 	7/5/1995 	Player 	 
    8 	SEAH JIN FENG FIONA 	5/2/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
    
    Player Profiles - India
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	JOSHI PRATUL 	27/11/1994 	Player 	95512
    2 	
    
    YADAV ROHIT
    	12/8/1995 	Player 	 
    3 	REDDY SAHARSH 	23/8/1994 	Player 	 
    4 	SHAIKH KHAJA JALEEL AHMET 	21/9/1994 	Player 	 
    5 	B VENKATESH 	5/8/1994 	Player 	 
    6 	K SRITEJA 	16/11/1994 	Player 	 
    7 	GEORGE ARUN 	11/8/1995 	Player 	 
    8 	RAVERI SANTOSH 	7/7/1995 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    9 	P V SINDHU 	7/5/1995 	Player 	73173
    10 	SUNIL AARTHI SARA 	1/10/1994 	Player 	 
    11 	NAQVI SARA 	15/12/1995 	Player 	 
    12 	PILLAI RIYA 	10/10/1994 	Player 	 
    13 	K MANISHA 	29/4/1995 	Player 	56836
    14 	D SUDHA KALYANI 	2/8/1996 	Player 	 
    
     
    
    layer Profiles - Iran
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	ZARGAN ARSALAN 	  	Player 	 
    2 	SADEGHI SADRA 	  	Player 	 
    3 	KHANJANI FARZIN 	4/10/1994 	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    4 	SAJADI ARAM 	10/9/1994 	Player 	 
    5 	ABDOLKARIMI ZEINAB 	8/4/1994 	Player 	58258
    6 	HAFTBARADARAN SAMANEH 	18/2/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
    
    
     Player Profiles - Maldives
    
    BOYS
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    1 	SHIYAM RISHWAN 	6/4/1996 	Player 	 
    2 	HAMID ISMAIL HUMAM 	  	Player 	 
    3 	MOHAMED AHMED THOIF 	26/2/1996 	Player 	 
    4 	NAIL ABDULLA 	  	Player 	 
    
    GIRLS
    
    No 	Given Name 	Date of Birth 	Function 	BWF ID
    5 	HAALY AISHATH LENE 	8/8/1995 	Player 	 
    6 	RASHEED RAYAH 	24/5/1995 	Player 	 
    7 	AMINATH SHAHURUNAAZ MOOSA 	3/2/1995 	Player 	 
    
    
    
    Player Profiles - Philippines
    
    
    Girls
    Jana De Vera
    Gelita Castilo
    Dia Nicole Magno
    	 
    
    
    Boys
    EJ Boac
    Kenneth Monterubio
    Lance Bautista
    Paul Co
    Gerald Sibayan
    Carlos Antonie Cayanan 	 
      	  	
    
    
    Player Profiles - Srilanka
    
    
    
    Girls
    	
    	
    Achini Nimeshika Rathnasiri
    Umangi Sushmita Ilangakoon
    Upuli Samanthika Weerasinghe
    Oshadie Kuruppu
    Sirimannage Kavidi Ishadika
    Puneesha Onali Pasqual
    Maneeshi Prasandi Fonseka
    Tilini Promodika
    	
    
    Boys
    Omal Vishwanath Dharmawardena
    Lahiru Ambegoda
    Damith Bandara Yatawara
    Vibhavi Madusha
    Pamoda Kaushika Hettiarachchi
    Chamika Karunaratne
    Lakshitha Madusha
    Mahela Nislanka Thalpawila

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    5 LEE SO HEE 14/6/1994 Player
    1 INTANON RATCHANOK 5/1995 Player 35642

    player to watch.

    BOYS
    No Given Name Date of Birth Function BWF ID
    1 TAN KIAN MENG 1/6/1994 Player
    2 HAIQAL MUHD ADIB 24/6/1994 Player
    3 PHILIP DEDE RYAN 6/4/1994 Player
    4 LAI YON SHENG 4/2/1994 Player
    5 ONG CALVIN JIA HONG 11/1/1994 Player
    6 SIMON MARCEL 2/6/1994 Player
    7 SAHARUDIN MUHAMMAD SHAHIREEN 7/2/1994 Player
    8 SOONG JOO VEN 19/5/1995 Player

    GIRLS

    No Given Name Date of Birth Function BWF ID
    9 LEE MENG YEAN 30/3/1994 Player
    10 CHOW MEI KUAN 23/12/1994 Player
    11 LIM YIN FUN 13/11/1994 Player
    12 KHOO ERICA PEI SHAN 15/5/1994 Player
    13 SEE TO CHIA VERN 16/9/1994 Player
    14 ZAINUDIN NURUL HEDAYU 4/2/1994 Player
    15 BAHARUM NORSHAHIDA 22/3/1995 Player
    16 TI WEI CHYI 12/5/1995 Player

    only know 9 of them

    1 LEE CHUN HEI REGINALD 25/01/1994 Player 92609
    2 NG KA LONG ANGUS 24/06/1994 Player 45171

    player to watch


    3 REDDY SAHARSH 23/8/1994 Player

    player to watch

    5 B VENKATESH 5/8/1994 Player

    our bcer is participating?

    9 P V SINDHU 7/5/1995 Player 73173

    player to watch^^

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    No CHN and INA, right? Maybe none from JPN either...

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    I wonder why u-16 category but 16 years player doesnt participate in this tournament?
    if normal tournament, the player who same age with the age limit can participate in it?

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    under 16 means 15 and younger

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    all the best to malaysia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    all the best to malaysia!
    Right...all the best to the rest of the players.
    Its unfortunate that my son is unable to compete in Sri Lanka, i have high hopes from him in the singles event. He was told that BAM have reduced from 8 participation to 6 at the very last minute & he was one of the casualties.
    He had won all his selection matches against older boys & righfully deserved to play singles in this Asian Youth. It is truly a negative moment in time for us but i am sure my kid will get over it. Anyway....i am hoping for a Malaysian Asian Youth champ to match Azrin's fantastic results last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadAddict View Post
    Right...all the best to the rest of the players.
    Its unfortunate that my son is unable to compete in Sri Lanka, i have high hopes from him in the singles event. He was told that BAM have reduced from 8 participation to 6 at the very last minute & he was one of the casualties.
    He had won all his selection matches against older boys & righfully deserved to play singles in this Asian Youth. It is truly a negative moment in time for us but i am sure my kid will get over it. Anyway....i am hoping for a Malaysian Asian Youth champ to match Azrin's fantastic results last year.
    surely,he can prove the decider is wrong in future

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    so any latest results?

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    Default Sri Lanka's shuttlers in medal winning position

    The Island
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    FLASH-Sri Lanka girls’ team lose to Thailand 2-0 in semis

    by Ravi Nagahawatte

    Sri Lanka’s youth shuttlers rewrote the record books in the country’s badminton when the girls qualified for the semi finals of the team event on the second day of the Asian Under 16 Badminton Championships, at the S.Thomas’ College Mount Lavinia indoor gymnasium yesterday.

    Badminton officials of the host country stated this was the first occasion where Sri Lanka had reached a semi final stage at an Asian badminton tournament, at any age group, and hence was assured of a medal. All of Sri Lanka medals before this feat in badminton had been won at the South Asian Federation (SAF) Games.

    The Chairman of the Badminton Interim Committee Professor Ranjith de Silva told The Island that Sri Lanka was assured of a Bronze medal, even if it lost in the semi finals of the girls’ team event.

    At the time of going to press, Sri Lanka was about to start its semi final match against favourites Thailand while Philippines was warming up to play against Malaysia. According to tournament officials, both losing semi finalist in the girls team event are assured of bronze medals.

    "This is a historic moment for Sri Lanka badminton. It’s a tough task to play against Thailand, the defending champs, in the semis. But it is an unforgettable moment because Sri Lanka has done extremely well to come this far. Whether we win or lose the girls have done well because the journey this far has put us in a medal winning position," said an elated de Silva.

    Sri Lanka beat Hong Kong 2-0 in the quarter finals of the girls’ team event where Achini Ratnasiri and Oshadi Kuruppu beat Hong Kong’s Yuen Sin Ying and Tsang Wing Chiu respectively. One team event comprises two singles and a doubles event, against another country. The doubles event did not come about in the clash between Sri Lanka and Hong Kong because the host team had won two out of three events and qualified for the next stage of the tournament.

    In the other quarter finals of the girls’ team event, Philippines beat India 2-1.

    "The tournament format really tested our endurance on day one (Monday) because we had to play three games within a single day. That was a good opportunity because all the games gave us the much needed international exposure. Sri Lankans need to play as many matches as possible and this tournament has provided us with that opportunity. I think we might have experienced some fatigue today against Hong Kong today (Tuesday), after all those matches on Monday, but these challenges are part of international badminton," said a contended coach Chintaka Fernando.

    Fernando said the players had been well conditioned by fitness trainer Mohotilal Jayatilake, within a short time, and they (Players) had done well to play under hot and humid conditions.

    "I believe the turning point for Sri Lanka was beating Philippines on day one. It was a tough game and I wanted the players to win because it eased some of the pressure on us," Fernando said.

    Fernando also heaped praise on the boys for living up to expectations. "Lahiru Ambegoda played a brilliant game to beat Singapore’s number 2," said Fernando.

    Sri Lanka’s boys’ team bowed out of the team event when they lost to Singapore in the quarter finals. India beat Chinese Taipei in the other quarter finals. In the semi finals of the boys’ team event, which were to begin, India face Hong Kong while Malaysia take on the brunt of Singapore. The finals of the team events in the boys and girls categories will commence at 2pm today.

    The Asian Youth Badminton Championships are conducted by the Sri Lanka Badminton Federation in association with the Badminton Asia Confederation. The tournament has attracted entries from 11 countries and the official hotel for the tournament, Mount Lavinia Hotel, houses over 100 officials and players. Badminton giants China and Korea pulled out of the tournament at the last hour.

    Sri Lanka’s Oshadi Kuruppu in action against Thailand’s Maetaneep in the semi finals of the Girls’ Team event. (pix by Kamal Wanniarachchi)
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    Haiya, quite dissapointed with Malaysia team as no Gold for Malaysia this time

    Malaysia suffered a blow in Colombo, Sri Lanka, yesterday, when none of their teams were able to drag home a title in the Under 16 Asian team badminton Championships, held in India.
    The medals were shared by Thailand and Hong Kong, who took the boy's title and girl's titles respectively, beating Malaysia each time. China, Korea and Indonesia were not taking part in this competition.

    Here are the full results :

    Girls team final : Thailand beat Malaysia 2/1

    Girl’s singles 1-I.Ratchanok (Thailand) beat Lee Meng Yean (Malaysia) 21-15, 21-7
    Girl’s singles 2- Lim Yin Fun (Malaysia) beat Sarita Suwanakijbor (Thailand) 21-14, 15-21, 21-16
    Girls’ doubles -I. Ratchanok and P. Maetanee (Thailand) beat Lee Meng Yean and Chow Mei Kwan (Malaysia) 21-17, 21-11

    Boys team final : Hong Kong beat Malaysia 2/0

    Boy’s singles 1-Lee Chun Hzi (Hong Kong) beat Mundadib Haiqud (Malaysia) 21-7, 22-20
    Boy’s singles 2-N.G.K.A Long (Hong Kong) beat Tan Kian Meng (Malaysia)


    http://www.badzine.info/index.php/ne...-malaysia.html

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    still individual event to go....

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    Default ^^They should..^^

    ..for this U-16 Youth baddy tourney, next time, they should just hold it in M'sia and have you guys M'sian BCers cover the event...

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