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Two National Mixed Doubles Pairs Suffer Contrasting Fortunes At Korea Open

Chan Peng Soon/Cheah Yee See.KUALA LUMPUR – Two Malaysian mixed doubles pairs suffered contrasting fortunes in the quarter-finals of the Korea Open Super Series Badminton Tournament in Seoul, South Korea, today.

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Pat McQuaid Lobbying Against Me, Says UCI President Brian Cookson

The head of cycling's world governing body has expressed "grave concern" that his predecessor is "actively lobbying" against him.

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Leaders Beat Bears By An Innings To Edge Closer To Title

Essex homed in on their first County Championship title for 25 years as they finished off relegation-bound Warwickshire to win by an innings and 56 runs inside three days at Edgbaston.

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Former U.N. Chief Ban Heads IOC Ethics Amid Ongoing Probes

Pic: ReutersLIMA: Former U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was elected head of the International Olympic Committee’s ethics commission on Thursday as the Olympic body battles to improve its image amid a string of corruption cases involving senior members.

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Saints Boss Pellegrino To Make Late Call On Van Dijk

Pic: ReutersSouthampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino will make a late decision on whether to include defender Virgil van Dijk in his squad for their trip to Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

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Four Arrests As Arsenal Match Delayed Amid Crowd Disorder

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Arsenal’s Europa League group stage match at home to FC Cologne was delayed by an hour on Thursday, with four arrests made for public order offences after extra police had to be deployed at The Emirates Stadium in north London.

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Amarjit Eyes Executive Seat In UCI - MNCF

Datuk Amarjit SinghKUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysian National Cycling Federation (MNCF) vice-president Datuk Amarjit Singh is now a 'hot' candidate to win an executive seat in the 2017 International Cycling Union (UCI) elections in Norway on Sept 21.

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Philippines Eye Better Than Bronze Win In Wheelchair Basketball

SEPANG – The Philippines men’s basketball team’s status as the perennial powerhouse in Southeast Asia will be hoping to finish better than a bronze medal in wheelchair basketball when the 9th ASEAN Para Games kicks off from Sept 17-23.

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Malaysia To Play North Korea In Pyongyang

SHAH ALAM – Malaysia will have to play their 2019 Asia Cup Group B qualifying match against North Korea in Pyongyang on Oct 5, according to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

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Plenty Of Goals In Manchester United Squad, Says Lukaku

Pic: ReutersManchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has fired a warning to Premier League rivals saying the league leaders have plenty of goalscorers to fuel their attacking style this season.

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