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Golden Eagle Asian Juniors Badminto (r)
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- Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 05:37:00
Subject: Golden Eagle Asian Juniors Badminton Championship continues for
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Golden Eagle Asian Juniors Badminton Championship
continues for third day
YANGON, 13 July-The Golden Eagle Asian Juniors Badminton Championship 1999
continued for the third day at the National Indoor Stadium- 1 in Thuwunna
Among the spectators were Chairman of Myanmar Olympic Committee Chairman of
Leading Committee for Holding the Championship Minister for Sports Brig-Gen
Sein Win, Auditor-General Brig-Gen Tin Aye, Chairman of Yangon City
Development Committee Mayor U Ko Lay, Ambassador of Indonesia Maj-Gen (Pol) A
Poerwanto Lenggono (Retd), Vice-Adjutant-General Brig-Gen Maung Nyo, Head of
Leading Patrons of Myanmar Women?s Sports Federation. Dr Daw Khin Win Shwe
and members, Honorary Secretary-General of Asian Badminton Confederation
(ABC) Mr Datuk Puch Gunalan, General-Secretary of MOC Director-General of
Sports and Physical Education Department Col Thaung Htaik, President of
Myanmar Badminton Federation U Kyi Nyunt and officials.
The championship was handled by referee Mr Yap Tee Loy of Malaysia, deputy
referees Mr S Murali Dharan of India and U Robin Tin of Myanmar.
China beat Indonesia 5-0 and won championship shield in girls? team event.
Indonesia was second and Republic of Korea and Chinese-Taibei were joint
Head of Leading Patrons of MWSF Dr Daw Khin Win Shwe presented gold medal and
championship trophy to Chinese girls? team. Member of Leading Patrons of MWSF
Daw Khin Than Nwe presented silver medal to Indonesia girls? team and Member
of Leading Patrons of MWSF Daw Khin Cho Oo, bronze medal to ROK girls? team.
In boys? team event, Indonesia beat China 3-2 and won first, China second and
Malaysia and Republic. Of Korea were joint third.
Minister for Sports Brig-Gen Sein Win presented gold medal and championship
trophy to Indonesia boys? team. Honorary Secretary-General of Asian Badminton
Confederation (ABC) Mr Datuk Puch Gunalan presented silver medal to Chinese
team and President of MI3F U Kyi Nyunt, bronze medal to Malaysian team.
Girls? doubles matches
Liu Fan and Rong Muxi of Singapore beat Aysha Khatun Nuri and Munmun Ralnman
Dola of Ballgladesh 2-0 Hnin Ei Khaing and Khin Thanda Htay of Myanmar beat R
Kalpana and J Abeywickrema.of Sri Lanka 2-0, Chou Chia Chi and Ku Pai Ting of
Chinese-Taibei beat K Gonawela and N Gayathri of Sri Lanka 2-0, Li Li and
Xiao Luxi of Singapore beat Neela Ahmed Najeeb and Fathi Math Amany Kasaeed
of Maldives 2-0 and Jun Jae Youn and Park Hyo Sun of ROK beat Khaing Nyein
Win and Ei Nita Maung of Myanmar 2-0.
Boys? single matches
Lee Seung Yoon of ROK beat Gacan Mongar of Bhutan 2-0, V Diju of India beat
Hung Yuk Wong of Hong Kong 2-0, Gonzalo Gregorio of the Philippines be?t
Navin Perara of Sri Lanka 2-1, Wie Mple of Indonesia beat Nguyen Ngoc of
Vietnam 2-0, Khaing Kyaw Soe of Myanmar beat Mohammed Taimor of Syria 2-0,
Kyaw Zeya of Myanmar beat Long Tie of Cambodia 2-0 Chung Jae Sung of ROK beat
Ishfan Mohamed of Maldives 2-0, Musafirova A of Kazakhstan beat Ahmad A1 of
Bahrain 2-0, Yogen Dran of Malaysia beat Samer A1 of Syria 2-0, Sho Sasaki of
Japan beat Azamat Abennov of Kazakhstan 2-0, Sirawat Pan of Thailand beat
Zeya Aung of Myanmar 2-0, Kapil Chhetri of Bhutan beat Soubhi Derki of Syria
2-0 and Pyi Sone Tun of Myanmar beat Long Sip of Cambodia.
In yesterday?s semi-final matches, China beat ROK 3-2 and Indonesia beat
Malaysia 3-2 in boys? team event. China beat Chinese-Taibei 3-2 and Indonesia
beat ROK 3-2 in girls? team event.