After the sixth round today, Uranus managed to climb to fourth position as on the first and second day of the tournament we were at the bottom. Perhaps we can chase another Malaysian team ‘SCS Janda Baik’ which is in third spot with 18 penalty points.
The games won in the the second round would be added to the number of sets of victories achieved during the first round.
We are heading towards professionalism and there must be reform in the national football arena to continue raising the competition with other countries.
Although, we have import players and have to pay the salaries of the football players which are quite hefty but we can afford to finance the team with the help of the private sector.
We maintain our stand on the prohibition. If they do come, it is a violation. If they want to withdraw Malaysia’s right to host the championships, they can do so.
Overall, we can see the game of the players are more orderly but undeniably there are several matters which must be rectified and whatever things that are already okay must be improved further and maintained.
GEORGE TOWN, Jan 10 (Bernama) -- Nothing compares to the unconditional love, support and sacrifices a mother makes, and it holds true for M. Nickhileswar, the recently crowned champion of the Under-11 Dunlop British Junior Open squash title in Birmingham.