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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Hey George....where you been.....'snow land' ?.........must be very cold there !!
    yeah, it was damn cold though. My whole face and hands were shivering from morning till night especially..
    sorry for the OT ..

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    Malaysian smaller juniors are in good hands. Many made it to finals. If some are not involved in perak open, am sure there will be more finalist from Malaysian. China and Japan did not attend tho.

    http://tournamentsoftware.com/sport/...228&d=20101218

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Huh? FIght his way into BAM ??? Zulfadli(and maybe his dad) didnt want to be in BAM, BAM & BJSS kept asking him many times. His dad signed Zulfadli with KLRC when he was 14 or 15, the lad seems happy being an independent.
    NO idea he is still an independent Thanks for pointing out..as long as he is progressing, he doesn't have to belong to BAM.

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    IMO as long as he can beat the rest at his own age, that should be fine.

    Getting the chance to spar and match the BAM players are important.

    What is his record against the others beside lcw?

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    LCW also said the current mas juniors seems 'hopeless' already..

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    Why didn't I see Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean before?

    Wait, I think Lee Meng Yean was the one who caused a big upset over the SG pair with Tan Wee Gien?

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    Congrats to the MAS juniors for claiming 4 titles in Holland, although I dare say that Goh Giap Chin had luck and fitness on his side to claim it. However, there was no presence of the other badminton powerhouses China, Korea, Indonesia, Japan... etc. there. Can they perform again in the German Junior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Why didn't I see Chow Mei Kuan/Lee Meng Yean before?

    Wait, I think Lee Meng Yean was the one who caused a big upset over the SG pair with Tan Wee Gien?
    Chow MK/Lee MY one of the promising WD pairs, successor to Lai Pei JIng/Shevon Lai. Since Lai PJ already overaged this year, Chow/Lee is up for AJC, WJC. I didnt take notice of them much in XD as it's not their regular event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Congrats to the MAS juniors for claiming 4 titles in Holland, although I dare say that Goh Giap Chin had luck and fitness on his side to claim it. However, there was no presence of the other badminton powerhouses China, Korea, Indonesia, Japan... etc. there. Can they perform again in the German Junior?
    wow... so "geng"...??? hooray... now we got hope for the next LCW... hooray.... BOLEH?

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    Tuesday March 8, 2011

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    Our youngsters land four of five titles in Dutch junior meet

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysian junior shuttlers earned a high in Haarlem, winning four of the five titles in the Dutch junior championships, which ended on Sunday.
    Bukit Jalil Sports School’s (BJSS) Goh Giap Chin made a first international breakthrough and bagged the boys’ singles title with a hard-fought 26-24, 17-21, 24-22 win over Ng Ka Long of Hong Kong in the final.
    World junior boys’ doubles runners-up Nelson Heg Wei Keat-Teo Ee Yi continued to show their potential to be a top Malaysian pair when they defeated compatriots Jagdish Singh-Low Juan Shen 21-9, 17-21, 21-16 in the final.
    There were also good news in the women’s competitions when Sonia Cheah and Chaw Mei Kuan-Lee Meng Yean were crowned as the singles and doubles champions respectively. Sonia blew away Holland’s Josephine Wentholt 21-13, 21-11 while Mew Kuan-Meng Yean overcame a strong challenge in the opening game to prevail with a 21-16, 21-7 win over Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi-Yeung Yik Kei.
    The results augur well for Malaysian badminton, especially in the women’s department currently bugged by a long list of injuries and dwindling numbers of players.
    Malaysia are sending more juniors for international tournaments this year to establish themselves on the new junior ranking system.
    This is the first year that the Badminton World Federation (BWF) are introducing the ranking system to ensure that there will be no disputes over seedings for the Asian and world junior championships.

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