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Dear it leh ngaih Zomi pih teng,

 

I omna tek ah i biak Topa min tawh hong hopih ing. Kei ka min Mung  Thawn Khai hi. Tonzang gam Tungtuang khua ah piang ing. Tuni hih i Zomi kithuzakna ZoNet pan lai kong hawmkhiat nop thu in hih a nuaia bang hi. Hehpihna tawh hong simsak in, thungetna ah nong phawk ding uh lunggulh mahmah ing. Tua manin lametna lianpi tawh hih thu hong suaksak hi ing.

Tuni, 27 October 2011 ni in Yangon panin Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam ah ko OM Myanmar Sports Ministry min tawh ka nasepna vai khat in na zin khia ing.

KUA TENG TAWH ZIN KHIA? Tu-a ka zin khiatna ah ei kawlgam mi 20 leh Canada mi te khat tawh hi ing.

BANG VAI A ZIN KHIA? Tu-a ka zinna pen 2nd SEA games Tchoukball Championship kimawl dinga zin khia hi ung.

TCHOUKBALL Kimawlna I Cih Bang Hiam? Hih dotna pen mi tampi in zong hong dong hi. Nang zong theinuam kha in hong um mahmah ing. Hehpih na tawh www.tchoukball.org na et sak mai in, hun na ngah leh.

MAI LAM GEEL NA: Tu-a Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam ah ka kimawl khit uh ciangin kawlgam ah ciahkik in ka kimawlna uh mite theih nangin hawmsawn nuam hi ung. Tua bek thamlo in Philippines leh Singapore gam ah om hih Tchoukball kimawlte sam in i kawlgam ah Ministry of Sports te i thukipsakna tawh tua kimawlna kibawl ahih theih nadingin ka hanciam uh a, tu kum sungin bawlpah dingin zong gelna om khin hi.

Hih 2nd SEA Games Tchoukball Championship ah top 4 ciang ka ngah uh leh 2013 SEA games kawlgam ah kimawl na’ng phalna kingen thei ding hi.

Hih 2nd SEA Games Tchoukball Championship, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam a kiman khit ciang kei pen USA ah ACE (Athletes Cities Events) conference kah suak ding hi ing.

THUNGET CIALNA:

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Malaysia’s Baddrol Bakhtiar (left) tries to get past a Myanmar player in their match at the Sultan Mohamed IV Stadium yesterday. — Picture by Zaman Huri Isa

AMIRULHADI Zainal and Baddrol Bakhtiar's goals on either side of half-time gave Malaysia a comfortable 2-0 win over Myanmar in a friendly international at the Sultan Mohamed IV Stadium in Kota Baru yesterday.

National coach K. Rajagobal gave Kelantan midfielder Shakir Shaari his international debut while striker Abdul Hadi Yahya, who scored on his Malaysia debut against Hong Kong, started upfront alongside Baddrol.

With the match played on a water-logged pitch after heavy rain lashed Kota Baru, few chances were created although Myanmar twice threatened to score in the ninth and 24th minutes when goalkeeper Sharbinee Allawee Ramli failed to claim two low crosses.


Only the interceptions of right-back Helmi Remeli prevented the ball from falling to lurking Myanmar players at the far post.

Malaysia finally went ahead in the 28th minute after mistakes by Myanmar defenders saw the ball fall kindly to Amirulhadi Zainal in the box and the Selangor winger made no mistake with a low effort.

Helmi was again Malaysia's saviour when he deflected a goal-bound Myanmar shot wide in the 41st minute before Malaysia made it 2-0 10 minutes after the break.


Hadi floated a cross into the box which a Myanmar player deflected to Baddrol, who fired in a fine volley for his third international goal in 10 appearances.

Baddrol proceeded to squander two more chances as Malaysia dominated the second half as defender Aidil Zaquan Radzak suffered a worrying injury before rookie goalkeeper K. Sasikumar earned his first cap with two minutes remaining.

 

 


 

 
Midfielder Pham Thanh Luong fights for the ball with a Myanmar player during the VFF Eximbank Cup 2011 clash at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on Wednesday - Photo: TTXVN

 

HCMC – The Vietnam U-23 squad earned a 5-0 victory over Myanmar’s U-23 team while Uzbekistan defeated Malaysia 3-1 in the opening games of the Vietnam Football Federation Cup, also called VFF Eximbank Cup 2011, on Wednesday at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi.

The Vietnamese side began the game with their strongest lineup and started the match on the front foot with a midfield of four featuring Thanh Luong, Van Binh, Hoang Thinh, Van Quyet and strikers Van Thang and Hoang Thien. Myanmar, led by new Swiss head coach Stefan Hansson, also began the game with their strongest players to try to lift the trophy.

The home side, though, were much stronger and it was no surprise when Thien broke the deadlock in the 33rd minute with a neat chip.

After the first goal, Myanmar’s defenders started to get nervous and Thien made it 2-0 with a fine strike from inside the box.

Luong was bought down in the penalty box by a Myanmar defender in the 45th minute and defender Ngoc Anh made no mistake from the spot giving Vietnam a healthy three-goal advantage at half-time.

German coach Falko Goetz made two changes at the break with midfielder Trong Hoang replacing Binh and striker Dinh Tung replacing Thang. The home side controlled the game and Luong added a fourth goal just three minutes into the second half.

Myanmar played aggressively in the last few minutes but they couldn’t hit the target and Luong finished the scoring with a minute to go.

In the earlier game, Uzbekistan earned victory over Malaysia thanks to goals from Otabek, Abduk and Oybek. Fandi hit a consolation for the Malaysians late on.

The U-23 teams of Vietnam, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, and Malaysia are competing in the annual tournament which is considered the final test for Vietnam, Myanmar and Malaysia before the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) in Indonesia next month.

The four teams are competing in a round-robin tournament, which will end in Hanoi on Sunday. The winners will pocket US$25,000 while the first and second runners-up will each win US$10,000 and US$5,000.

On Friday’s matches at My Dinh National Stadium are Malaysia vs. Myanmar at 5:10 p.m. and Vietnam vs. Uzbekistan at 7:15 p.m., while Myanmar will meet Uzbekistan at 5:10 p.m. and Vietnam will face Malaysia at 7:15 p.m. in the final games on Sunday.

 

 

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FIFA to punish Burma over rioting
Myanmar Football Federation chief Zaw Zaw appeals to fans to stop rioting (Reuters)

The world footballing body FIFA has ruled Oman winners of last week’s World Cup qualifying match in Rangoon, which was cancelled midway through the second half after Burmese fans pelted players with missiles.

FIFA is also preparing to penalise Burma for the fiasco, but details on precisely what measures it will take have not been released. The Myanmar Football Federation (MMF) is also yet to receive any official announcement from FIFA.

Oman will now progress into the next round, having led the game by two goals to nil at the time it was called off.

One coach and several players from the Oman team were injured by flying stones and water bottle during the rioting.

“[Projectiles] started landing near to where the Oman coaches were sitting so they panicked and ran onto the field – everything went from bad to worse,” a member of the crowd at the Thuwanna stadium told DVB on Thursday last week.

Soe Moe, information coordinator at the MMF, which is headed by business tycoon Zaw Zaw, said that “the dignity of Burma” was damaged by the fans’ behaviour.

“This is good for no one,” he said. “Now we have no more chances left as the game was forced to stop. It will only be damaging to us if we are to be banned [from holding international matches] for four, five or six years,” said Soe Moe.

“We will never get to see those top class teams playing in Burma. According to [FIFA] law, there is $US5000 fine for every object that lands on the field. Given that there were hundreds of thousands of objects landing in the field the other day, the MMF chairman will likely come home in a loincloth [Burmese expression for empty-handed].” [DVB] 

SEA GAMES 2011: MYANMAR NAME TRAINING SQUAD

SEA GAMES 2011: MYANMAR NAME TRAINING SQUAD

YANGON (4 Sept 2011) – The Myanmar Football Federation (MFF) have announced a training squad of 45 players in preparation for the 26th SEA Games which will be hosted by Indonesia in November.

Other than relying on several veterans who have played at the last two SEA Games, the MFF have also included numerous young players who have made an impact in the Myanmar National League.

 

MYANMAR TRAINING SQUAD

GOALKEEPERS – Kyaw Zin Htet (KBZ), Pyae Phyo Aung (Southern), Hein  Kyaw Thu (Okkthar), Aung Wai Phyo (Magway), Thiha Sithu (Ayawaddy)

 

DEFENDERS – Yan Aung Win (Yangon), Kyaw Kyaw Myo, Nyar Na Lwin, Aye San (KBZ); Aung Hein Kyaw, Min Ko Ko, Shwe Hlaing Win (Zeyar); Zaw Zaw Oo (Ayawaddy), Zaw Min Htun (Magway), Ye Zaw Htet Aung (YDNB), Yan Myo Aung (Southern), Moe Win (NPT)

 

MIDFIELDERS – Thet Naing, Ye Ko Oo, Aung Myint Aye (YDNB); David Htan, Yan Aung Kyaw, Kyi Lynn (Yangon); Zaw Lin Htet, Naing Soe Wai, Kyaw Ko Ko, Min Chit Thu (Zeyar), Zaw Lin, Pyae Phyo Oo (NPT); Thein Than Win, Kyaw Zeyar Win (KBZ); Chit Ko Ko Htwe (ZKP), Hein Zar Aung (Magway), Thu Htet Paing (Rakhapura), Min Min Thu (Ayawaddy)

 

STRIKERS – Mine Aik Naing, Khaing Zaw Htun, Soe Min Oo (KBZ), Soe Paing Thway, Ye Waiyan Soe, Soe Myat Thu (Zeyar), Kaung Si Thu (Yangon), Aung Myint Myat (Manawmyay), Sa Htet Naing Win (NPT), Min Min Htun (Ayawaddy)

 

Source: http://www.aseanfootball.org/?p=5938

Dear Sanggam it Zomite,

2th South East Asia Tchoukball Championship (SEATC) Vietnam  Ho Chi Minh City a kimawl ih sanggamte tung pan hong zaksakna uh tung tawn in hong hawmsawn ing. A masa ah kimawl na lawhcing tak leh nuamtak in man thei cih thu hong tangko masa ing.

Itna tawh tha ih piak thungetna tawh ih panpih nate zong ka lung uh dam mahmah hi cih lungdam hong ko uh hi. Pasian
in tu tung Vietnam a ki mawl ih sanggamte Muvanlai bang in tha pia in kum tampi experienced nei sate tawh a ki mawl uh hang in Kawlgam pan a ki mawl pasalte (men team) Top 4 hong tung sak hi. Numeite (women team) in bel kua mah hong zo nai lo uh hi. A hih hang in ih sanggam numei te ki mawl dan siam mahmah uh hi.

Tutung SEATC ah kihel Kawlgam teamte a ma kaih ding pen tu ma kum 3 lai in Brazil bawhlung teamte Kawlgam ah sam in Kawlgam Seleted luite tawh bawhlung kimawlna a neisak ahi Pa Do Khan Khup ding hi mah ta leh  OM Myanmar ah Sports lam panmun a neihna tawh ki zui in USA ah sports ministry (Pasian nasep na ah sports/games zat zia ding) tawh kisai in conference kah aa a om lai tak a hih man in a pan mun teng Tg Mung Thawn Khai tung ah hong suan pak suak hi. Tg Mung Thawn Khai zong Nov 3 ni in USA ah conference kah in va pai leuleu ding hi.

Kawlgam in tutung SEATC ah a 4 na hong ngah zo uh a hih man in  South East Asia Tchouk Ball Federation (SEATBF) lukhu nuai ah hong lut thei ta uh hi. Hih SEATBF pen FITB (Federation of International Tchouk Ball) khut nuai hi leuleu hi.

SEA (South East Asia) Tchoukball federation pan in panmun len pawl khat te:

            President Mr. Gary (Philipines),
            Vice President Mr. Do Khan Khup (Myanmar),
            General Secretary Mr. Jeff Ang (Singapore) 

Tu tunga ki mawl na ah SEATB Vice President DO KHAN KHUP om lo a hih man in a ma taang in   MUNG THAWN KHAI in a nihna ngah Singaporete trophy piak sak hi.

Tg Mung Thawn Khai in Kawlgam a Tchoukball kimawlna tawh kisai in President panmun tutung in hong ngah hi. Hih kimawlna Kawlgam ah a khan toh theih na ding in SEATB Vice President pa in a committee te tawh vai limci tak in a geel lai tak hi uh  hi.

Zanni (30 Oct, 2011) in tu tutunga SEATC kihel teng Fusal friendship match ksui uh a Kawlgam pan aa sanggam ten a khat na la uh hi. (Prize ki pia lo).

A ki mawl na limte mipi et theih ding in hong khak thei nailo uh a hih hang in group photo  hong khak uh a hih man in na etsak un la thu na ngetsak un.

Kawlgam Tchoukball kimawlna makai lam pan mailam geel na tawm khat:

1). January 2012 sung Singapore tchoukball federation le a ki mawl siamte uh sam in Kawlgam ah ki mawl ding.
2). August 2012 sung Philipines ah Asia Pacific Tchoukball cup ah ki mawl ding.
3). Kawlgam ah ki mawl na a uuk te hilh kawikawi ding.

Tua teng bek hi lo in a ki cing zaw a geel nate uh SEATB Vice President DO KHAN KHUP in hong zasak kik lai ding hi.

Theih nop zawdeuh a om leh Pa Do Khan Khup (cingkhup@googlemail.com) leh Tg Mung Thawn Khai (mtkhai27@gmail.com) tung ah ki dong thei hi. A theih zahzah uh hong hawm sawn nuam uh hi.

Hih a nuai a website leh Youtube link pan na en le uh teh Tchoukball kibawl dan leh kimawlna pawlkhat ki en thei hi.
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0VWFK8PGWQ Best of tchoukball - European cup 2011 



Lungdam pihna tawh

Vungh Suan Mang
Singapore

SRC: zomi@yahoogroups.com

Malaysia goes to final after defeating Myanmar 1-0

 

Harimau Malaya goes to final after defeating Myanmar in semifinal today. Malaysia wins 1-0 over Myanmar. There is a big chance to Malaysia to defend their title this year. Malaysia is defending champions of SEA Games. They reached their title two years ago at SEA Games 2009 in Laos. Malaysia will face the winner between Indonesia vs Vietnam.

Team’s lineup

Malaysia : Che Mat khairul Fahmi; Jasuli Mahali, Mohd Shas Mohams Fadhli, Omar Mohd Asraruddin, Fazail Mohd Irfan, Bakhtiar Baddrol, Saarani Ahmad Fakri, Othman Mohamd Fandi, Ibrahim Syahrul Azwari, Mansor Muhd Nazmi Faiz, Ahmad Mohamad muslim

Myanmar: Thihasthu; Zaw Min Tun, Yan Aung Win, Aye San, Min Min Thu, Kyaw Ko Ko, Pyaye Phyo Oo, Kyi Lin, Kyaw Zeyar Win, Zaw Zaw Oo, Shwe Hlaing Win

 

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