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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR - World's 4th Best Shopping City

KUALA LUMPUR (4th)

Wow !!! KUALA LUMPUR is Number 4 - 4th Best Shopping City in the world, behind New York, Tokyo and London....
Survey was done by CNN Travel.
It goes this way - World's 10 Best Shopping Cities:
1st - New York
2nd - Tokyo
3rd - London
4th - KUALA LUMPUR
5th - Paris
6th - Hong Kong
7th - Buenos Aires
8th - Vienna
9th - Dubai
10th - Madrid
**Where is Singapore??? Keh, keh, keh..

*Hello world... come do your Christmas shopping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia !!
It's the cheapest (value for money) among all the other cities in the world...
Have a nice day....

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Lee Chong Wei vs Chen Long - HONG KONG Open 2012 - LIVE Updates


It's Lee Chong Wei's  first tournament after marriage.. - Yonex Sunrise Hong Kong Open 2012.
It's the Men's Singles FINAL: Lee Chong Wei (MAS) vs Chen Long (CHN)

Let's go LIVE now...

1st Set (LCW first):
1-0 shuttle pushed out.
1-1 error by LCW
2-1 good judgement.
2-2 bad judgement by LCW at baseline
2-3 drive by CL
3-3 quick drive by LCW
4-3 smash by LCW returned out.
4-4 drive out by LCW
4-5 smash by CL
5-5 smash error by CL
5-6 smash by CL
6-6 out by CL
7-6 net error by CL
8-6 long rally won by LCW
9-6 smash into net by CL.
9-7 net error by LCW
9-8 smash by CL
9-9 smart net play by CL
10-9 smash out by CL
11-9 net error by CL
interval...
11-10 smash out by LCW
12-10 out by CL
13-10 smash by LCW
13-11 fast drive by CL
13-12 push out by LCW
13-13 net play won by CL
13-14 sideline smash by CL
14-14 net foul by CL
14-15 smash by CL
14-16 good netplay by CL
14-17 error by LCW
15-17 body smash by LCW
15-18 called out by line judge.
16-18 smash called in by line judge this time
17-18 good judgement at baseline by LCW
17-19 smash by CL
17-20 smash out by LCW
18-20 smash by LCW
19-20 smash out by CL
19-21 net shot by CL
1st Set won by Chen Long 21-19.

2nd Set:
1-0 smash by LCW
1-1 net error by LCW
2-1 smart net shot by LCW
2-2 smash by CL
2-3 luck of the net
2-4 luck of the net again to CL
2-5 push wide by LCW
2-6 unlucky for LCW at the net
3-6 smash by LCW
3-7 body smash by CL
4-7 serve error by CL
5-7 fantastic play by LCW
6-7 error by CL
6-8 long rally won by CL
6-9 ball called in..
7-9 rally won by LCW
7-10 point to CL
8-10 smash by LCW
9-10 cross court smash by LCW
9-11 body smash by CL
interval..
10-11 pushed out by CL
11-11 net error by CL
11-12 error by LCW
12-12 smash into net by CL
13-12 great judgement by LCW
13-13 drive into net by LCW
13-14 smash out by LCW
13-15 smash by CL
13-16 out by LCW
14-16 smash out by CL
14-17 backhand drive by CL
15-17 luck of the net to LCW
15-18 out by LCW
16-18 out by CL
16-19 triple smash by CL
17-19 double smash by LCW
17-20 net error by LCW
17-21 net shot by CL
2nd Set won by Chen Long 21-17
*Match won by Chen Long (CHN) 21-19, 21-17.

Better luck next time, Lee Chong Wei....
Have a nice day....

Saturday, November 24, 2012

BURUNDI - My 191st Country Visitor

Flag of Burundi
Hello.. I'm back after a week of not posting any post in my Blog - due to some work commitment.
I found that a visitor from BURUNDI was on line a few days ago - the 191st country to visit my Blog.
So, let's see what Burundi have to offer....

GOVERNMENT:
Republic
Wedged between Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda in east-central Africa, Burundi occupies a high plateau divided by several deep valleys. It is equal in size to Maryland.

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GEOGRAPHY:
Burundi is wedged between Tanzania, The Republic of Congo and Rwanda, in East-Central Africa. Burundi occupies a high plateau divided by several deep valleys.

FACTS AND FIGURES:
President:  Pierre Nkurunziza (2005)
Land Area:  9,903 sq mi (25,649 sq km)
Total Area:  10,745 sq mi (27,830 sq km)
Population (2012 est):  10,557,259
Capital and Largest City:  Bujumbura, 455,000
10,557,259 (growth rate: 3.1%); birth rate: 40.58/1000; infant mortality rate: 60.32/1000; life expectancy: 59.24; density per sq km: 338

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10,557,259 (growth rate: 3.1%); birth rate: 40.58/1000; infant mortality rate: 60.32/1000; life expectancy: 59.24; density per sq km: 338

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0,557,259 (growth rate: 3.1%); birth rate: 40.58/1000; infant mortality rate: 60.32/1000; life expectancy: 59.24; density per sq km: 338

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Monetary unit: Burundi franc
National name: Republika y'u Burundi
Languages: Kirundi and French (official), Swahili
Ethnicity/Race: Hutu (Bantu) 85%, Tutsi (Hamitic) 14%, Twa (Pygmy) 1%
National Holiday:  Independence Day, July 1
Religions: Roman Catholic 62%, indigenous 23%, Islam 10%, Protestant 5%
Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $3.672 billion; per capita $400. Real growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 9%. Unemployment: n.a. Arable land: 35%. Agriculture: coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc (tapioca); beef, milk, hides. Labor force: 4.245 million (2011); agriculture 93.6%, industry 2.3%, services 4.1% (2002 est.). Industries: light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap; assembly of imported components; public works construction; food processing. Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum (not yet exploited), vanadium, arable land, hydropower, niobium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, kaolin, limestone. Exports: $106.7 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides. Imports: $543 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuffs. Major trading partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, U.S., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, France, Italy, Uganda, Japan (2004).

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Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $3.672 billion; per capita $400. Real growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 9%. Unemployment: n.a. Arable land: 35%. Agriculture: coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc (tapioca); beef, milk, hides. Labor force: 4.245 million (2011); agriculture 93.6%, industry 2.3%, services 4.1% (2002 est.). Industries: light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap; assembly of imported components; public works construction; food processing. Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum (not yet exploited), vanadium, arable land, hydropower, niobium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, kaolin, limestone. Exports: $106.7 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides. Imports: $543 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuffs. Major trading partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, U.S., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, France, Italy, Uganda, Japan (2004).

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Literacy rate: 59.3% (2011 est)
Inflation: 9%
Arable Land: 35%
Agriculture: Coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc, beef, milk, hides.
Industries: Light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap.
Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum, vanadium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, limestone.
Exports: coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides.
Imports: Capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuff.
Major Trading Partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, US., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Italy, Uganda, Japan.
Ports and Harbors:  Bujumbura
Airports: 8

Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 32,600 (2011); mobile cellular: 1,980,000 (2011). Radio broadcast stations: AM 0, FM 4, shortwave 1 (2001). Television broadcast stations: 1 (2001). Internet hosts: 236 (2011). Internet users: 157,800 (2011).

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Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $3.672 billion; per capita $400. Real growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 9%. Unemployment: n.a. Arable land: 35%. Agriculture: coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc (tapioca); beef, milk, hides. Labor force: 4.245 million (2011); agriculture 93.6%, industry 2.3%, services 4.1% (2002 est.). Industries: light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap; assembly of imported components; public works construction; food processing. Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum (not yet exploited), vanadium, arable land, hydropower, niobium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, kaolin, limestone. Exports: $106.7 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides. Imports: $543 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuffs. Major trading partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, U.S., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, France, Italy, Uganda, Japan (2004).

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Photos:
 Burundi 1
 Burundi 2
 Burundi 3
 Burundi 4
 Burundi 5
 Burundi 6
 Burundi 7
 Burundi 8
 Burundi 9
Have a nice day....
Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $3.672 billion; per capita $400. Real growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 9%. Unemployment: n.a. Arable land: 35%. Agriculture: coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc (tapioca); beef, milk, hides. Labor force: 4.245 million (2011); agriculture 93.6%, industry 2.3%, services 4.1% (2002 est.). Industries: light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap; assembly of imported components; public works construction; food processing. Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum (not yet exploited), vanadium, arable land, hydropower, niobium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, kaolin, limestone. Exports: $106.7 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides. Imports: $543 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuffs. Major trading partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, U.S., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, France, Italy, Uganda, Japan (2004).

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Ethnicity/race: Hutu (Bantu) 85%, Tutsi (Hamitic) 14%, Twa (Pygmy) 1%
National Holiday: Independence Day, July 1
Religions: Roman Catholic 62%, indigenous 23%, Islam 10%, Protestant 5%
Literacy rate: 59.3% (2011 est.)
Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2011 est.): $3.672 billion; per capita $400. Real growth rate: 4.2%. Inflation: 9%. Unemployment: n.a. Arable land: 35%. Agriculture: coffee, cotton, tea, corn, sorghum, sweet potatoes, bananas, manioc (tapioca); beef, milk, hides. Labor force: 4.245 million (2011); agriculture 93.6%, industry 2.3%, services 4.1% (2002 est.). Industries: light consumer goods such as blankets, shoes, soap; assembly of imported components; public works construction; food processing. Natural resources: nickel, uranium, rare earth oxides, peat, cobalt, copper, platinum (not yet exploited), vanadium, arable land, hydropower, niobium, tantalum, gold, tin, tungsten, kaolin, limestone. Exports: $106.7 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides. Imports: $543 million f.o.b. (2011 est.): capital goods, petroleum products, foodstuffs. Major trading partners: Germany, Belgium, Pakistan, U.S., Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, France, Italy, Uganda, Japan (2004).
Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 32,600 (2011); mobile cellular: 1,980,000 (2011). Radio broadcast stations: AM 0, FM 4, shortwave 1 (2001). Television broadcast stations: 1 (2001). Internet hosts: 236 (2011). Internet users: 157,800 (2011).
Transportation: Railways: 0 km. Highways: total: 12,322 km; paved: (2011 est.). Waterways: mainly on Lake Tanganyika (2004). Ports and harbors: Bujumbura. Airports: 8 (2011).


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President: Pierre Nkurunziza (2005)
Land area: 9,903 sq mi (25,649 sq km); total area: 10,745 sq mi (27,830 sq km)
Population (2012 est.): 10,557,259 (growth rate: 3.1%); birth rate: 40.58/1000; infant mortality rate: 60.32/1000; life expectancy: 59.24; density per sq km: 338
Other large city: Gitega, 45,700
Monetary unit: Burundi franc


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Wedged between Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda in east-central Africa, Burundi occupies a high plateau divided by several deep valleys. It is equal in size to Maryland.

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Wedged between Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda in east-central Africa, Burundi occupies a high plateau divided by several deep valleys. It is equal in size to Maryland.

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Wedged between Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda in east-central Africa, Burundi occupies a high plateau divided by several deep valleys. It is equal in size to Maryland.

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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Out For A Week


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

GAMBIA - My 190th Country Visitor.

190th Country Visitor

The 190th country to visit my Blog comes from GAMBIA.
He or she was on line this morning. Thanks for visiting my Blog. Do come again...
Let's see what this African country is all about:
GEOGRAPHY:
Situated on the Atlantic coast in westernmost Africa and surrounded on three sides by Senegal, Gambia is twice the size of Delaware. The Gambia River flows for 200 miles (322 km) through Gambia on its way to the Atlantic. The country, the smallest on the continent, averages only 20 miles (32 km) in width.

HISTORY:
Since the 13th century, the Wolof, Malinke, and Fulani peoples have settled in what is now Gambia. The Portuguese were the first European explorers, encountering the Gambia River in 1455, and in 1681, the French founded an enclave at Albredabut. During the 17th century, Gambia was settled by various companies of English merchants. Slavery was the chief source of revenue before it was abolished in 1807. Gambia became a British Crown colony in 1843 and an independent nation within the Commonwealth of Nations on Feb. 18, 1965. Full independence was approved in a 1970 referendum, and on April 24 of that year Gambia proclaimed itself a republic.
Dauda Kairaba Jawara served as Gambia's president from 1970 to 1994. A military coup led by Capt. Yahya Jammeh deposed the president in July 1994, suspended the constitution, and banned existing political parties. Jammeh promised new elections, which were held in Sept. 1996 and which he won with 55% of the vote. In 1997, he returned the country to civilian rule, and in 2001, he lifted the ban against opposition parties. Censorship of the press and other repressive measures mar the country's transition to democracy. In Dec. 2004, Gambia passed a media law that allows the state to jail journalists found guilty of libel and sedition. In September presidential elections, incumbent Yahya Jammeh won a third term.
In Nov. 2011 presidential elections, incumbent Yahya Jammeh won 72% of the vote, Ousainou Darboe 17%, and Hamat Bah 11% with 83% voter turnout.

FACTS AND FIGURES:
Government: Republic.
President: Yahya Jammeh (1994)
Land area: 3,861 sq mi (10,000 sq km); total area: 4,363 sq mi (11,300 sq km)
Population (2011 est.): 1,797,860 (growth rate: 2.396%); birth rate: 34.19/1000; infant mortality rate: 71.67/1000; life expectancy: 63.51
Capital: Banjul, 436,000
Monetary unit: Dalasi
Languages: English (official), Mandinka, Wolof, Fula, other indigenous
Ethnicity/race: African 99% (Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Serahuli 9%, other 4%), non-African 1%
Religions: Islam 90%, Christian 9%, indigenous 1%
National Holiday: Independence Day, February 18
Literacy rate: 40% (2003 est.)
Economic summary: GDP/PPP $3.774 billion (2011 est.); $2,100 (2011 est.).  
Real growth rate: 5.5%.  
Inflation: 6%.  
Unemployment: n.a.  
Arable land: 27.88%.  
Agriculture: rice, millet, sorghum, peanuts, corn, sesame, cassava (tapioca), palm kernels; cattle, sheep, goats.  
Labor force: agriculture 75%, industry, commerce, and services 19%, government 6%.  
Industries: processing peanuts, fish, and hides; tourism, beverages, agricultural machinery assembly, woodworking, metalworking, clothing.  
Natural resources: fish, titanium (rutile and ilmenite), tin, zircon, silica sand, clay, petroleum.  
Exports: $120.4 million (2011 est.): peanut products, fish, cotton lint, palm kernels, reexports.  
Imports: $394.4 million (2011 est.): foodstuffs, manufactures, fuel, machinery and transport equipment.
Major trading partners: India, UK, France, Italy, Cote d'Ivoire, China, Senegal, Brazil, Netherlands (2010).
Member of Commonwealth of Nations
Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 48,800 (2010); mobile cellular: 1.478 million (2010).
Broadcast media: state-owned, single-channel TV service; state-owned radio station and 4 privately-owned radio stations; transmissions of multiple international broadcasters are available, some via shortwave radio; foreign cable and satellite TV subscription services are obtainable in some parts of the country (2007). 
Internet hosts: 1,453 (2010)
Internet users: 130,100 (2009).
Transportation: Railways: 0 km.  
Highways: total: 3,742 km; paved: 723 km; unpaved: 3,019 km (2004).  
Waterways: 390 km (on River Gambia; small ocean-going vessels can reach 190 km) (2010).  
Ports and harbors: Banjul.  
Airports: 1 (2010).

Photos:
Gambia 1
 Gambia 2
 Gambia 3
 Gambia 4
 Gambia 5
 Gambia 6
 Gambia 7
 Gambia paper money
 Gambia Air
 Gambian girls
 having fun in Gambia..

Have a nice day...

Monday, November 12, 2012

HOCKEY - Sultan of Johor Cup 2012 - LIVE Updates

HOCKEY 

The tournament started yesterday and Malaysia created the first upset - by defeating Germany 3-2 in the first game.
Schedule and results are as follows: 
11 Nov. 2012: Results
Malaysia 3-2 Germany
India 2-0 Australia
New Zealand 3-3 Pakistan

12 Nov. 2012: LIVE Updates:
Australia 5-1 Pakistan.
India 3-1 Germany.
Malaysia vs New Zealand (now playing).
NZL leading 1-0 (20th min).
1-1 now (penalty stroke).
Malaysia leads now 2-1 (penalty corner/25th min).
2-2 now (field goal by NZL).
NZL leads 3-2 (field goal, 32nd min).
Half-time score: NZL 3-2 Malaysia.
2nd Half:
NZL leads 4-2 now (11th min).
NZL leads 5-2 now (20th min).
Full time score: NZL 5-2 Malaysia.

Next fixtures:
14 Nov. 2012:
4.05pm: Germany vs New Zealand
6.05pm: Malaysia vs Australia
8.05pm: India vs Pakistan

15 Nov. 2012:
4.05pm: Australia vs Germany
6.05pm: New Zealand vs India
8.05pm: Malaysia vs Pakistan

17 Nov. 2012:
4.05pm: Germany vs Pakistan
6.05pm: Malaysia vs India
8.05pm: Australia vs New Zealand

Have a nice day...

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Zhen Fu - by DESSY DHAQIRA.

DESSY DHAQIRA's ZHEN FU
video
Dessy Dhaqira before singing "Zhen Fu".

Dessy Dhaqira was the guest artist at the Sekolah Rendah Seri Indra's Speech Day, this morning.
She sang "Zhen Fu" , a famous Mandarin number, originally recorded by Na Ying.
Video was recorded by her brother, Daeng Dhariry.

Have a nice day...

LEE CHONG WEI - WONG MEW CHOO Wedding Reception..

WEDDING OF THE YEAR
happy couple LCW-WMC
LEE CHONG WEI - WONG MEW CHOO held their wedding dinner reception last night.
It was raining but 1500 guests attended the occasion held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Among the dignitaries who attended the wedding were the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Hajah Haminah, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Other guests included various dignitaries such as Cabinet ministers, local and international celebrities, and several notable athletes.
The couple will be hosting another dinner today, also at the convention centre, which will be attended by sports acquaintances and business associates. 
"SELAMAT PENGANTIN BARU" to both of you - Datuk Lee Chong Wei and Datin Wong Mew Choo

Have a nice day...

Thursday, November 8, 2012

SPM MATHS 1449 Paper today

MATHEMATICS 1449

Thursday, 8th November, 2012.
It's Thursday.
It's the Mathematics papers today (SPM 2012).
Paper 1 : 8.00 - 9.15am
Paper 2 : 10.00am - 12.30pm

Good Luck guys !!!
Have a nice day...

Monday, November 5, 2012

Lawn Bowls - Jack High Cup - Day 2 LIVE Updates

LAWN BOWLS
JACK HIGH CUP 2012
It's Day 2. The group matches continue today.
Live Updates from Bukit Kiara via Daeng Dhadyry's Samsung mobile...

Group D (Women):
3rd Game:
Azlina (PDRM) 21-5 Dessy Dhabita (Perlis) - finished.
Norehawani ( T'ganu) 3-15 Syafiqa (Perlis) - finished.
Maisarah (Pahang) 14-15 Auni (Perlis) - finished.
**Weather delay...Game abandoned (it's raining heavily).

Play resumed at 3.00pm.
4th Game: Results
Norehawani (T'ganu) 21-0 Dessy (Perlis) - finished.
Auni (Perlis) 21-16 Syafiqa (Perlis) - finished.
Azlina (PDRM) 17-18 Maisarah (Pahang) - finished.

5th Game: LIVE updates
Dessy (Perlis) 6-21 Syafiqa (Perlis) - finished.
Auni (Perlis) 20-21 Azlina (PDRM) - finished.
Norehawani (T'ganu) 21-14 Maisarah (Pahang).

Group D table:
Top 2 will automatically advance to QF.
The rest will go on to the "knock-out" stage playoff to the QF..

See yer tomorrow...
Have a nice day...

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Lawn Bowls - JACK HIGH Cup 2012 - Day 1 LIVE Updates

LAWN BOWLS
JACK HIGH CUP 2012
It should be 24 men and 24 women for the top ranked Malaysian players in the JACK HIGH Cup 2102.. But it seems that only 16 men and 12 women registered for the tournament this morning. What a waste...
There will be 2 groups for the Men (Group A and Group B) and 2 groups for the Women (Group C and Group D).
Dessy Dhabita in action at Bukit Kiara.
From the draw last night, these are the groupings:
MEN:
Group A:
- Fairul Izwan (K.Lumpur)
- Mohd Fairuz Jabal (Terengganu)
- Muhd Soufi Rusli (PDRM)
- Khairul Anuar (PDRM)
- Ramble Dallan (Perak)
- Suhaizat Zulkifli (K.Lumpur)
- Ramly Omar (K.Lumpur)
- Zulhilmie Ridruan (Kedah)

Group B:
- Muhd Syamil Syazwan (PDRM)
- Mohd Azwan Shuhaimi (Selangor)
- Muhd Hizlee Rais (PDRM)
- Salahuddin Razali (K.Lumpur)
- Abd Razzif Hassan (Labuan)
- Mohd Fairuz Remlu (ATM)
- Mohd Iqbal (K.Lumpur)
- Abu Bakar Kadir (K.Lumpur)

WOMEN:
Group C:
- Noor Zafirah Mohd Nor (Selangor)
- Emma Firyana Saroji (PDRM)
- Zuraini Khalid (Selangor)
- Adik Nabila Mukhtar (Selangor)
- Ramlah Hassan (K.Lumpur)
- Som Wahab (Melaka)

Group D:
- Azlina Arshad (PDRM)
- Auni Fathiah Kamis (Perlis)
- Maisarah Aminluddin (Pahang)
- Norehawani Daud (Terengganu)
- Syafiqa Haidar Afif Abd Rahman (Perlis)
- Daeng Dessy Dhabita Dahasry (Perlis)

LIVE Results:
Women (Group D):  
1st game: (finished)
Azlina (PDRM) 21-11 Syafiqa Haidar (Perlis).
Norehawani (T'ganu) 19-15 Auni Fathiah (Perlis).
Maisarah (Pahang) 21-4 Dessy Dhabita (Perlis).

2nd Game: (finished)
Dessy Dhabita (Perlis) 21-17 Auni Fathiah (Perlis). *Playing in the rain.
Maisarah (Pahang) 21-18 Syafiqa (Perlis).
Norehawani (T'ganu) 21-13 Azlina (PDRM).

Group D Table :

3rd Game: tomorrow.
Have a nice day.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Lawn Bowls - The JACK HIGH CUP 2012.

LAWN BOWLS
The JACK HIGH Cup
The top 24 ranked players in Malaysia will battle for the Champion of Malaysia in the JACK HIGH CUP - to be played at Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur from 4th-6th November, 2012.

Malaysia Jack High Bowls Ranking 2012 (Top 24):
WOMEN:
1.   Emma Firyana Saroji (PDRM).
2.   Noor Zafirah Mohd Nor (Selangor)
3.   Azlina Arshad (PDRM)
4.   Auni Fathiah Kamis (Perlis)
5.   Zuraini Khalid (MPK)
6.   Maisarah Aminluddin (Pahang)
7.   Siti Solehhah Abd Halim (Sabah)
8.   Nurfarhana Roziman (Labuan)
9.   Fatin Aqilah Amran (Sabah)
10. Noor Shahizan Ariffin (Terengganu)
11. Nur Atiqah Hassan (Labuan)
12. Nurul Natasya Mohd Yusof (Terengganu)
13. Norehawani Yunus (Terengganu)
14. Noramalina Yunus (Labuan)
15. Adik Nabila Mukhtar (Selangor)
16. Nur Ain Nabila Tamizi (Labuan)
17. Ramlah Mohd Hassan (K.Lumpur)
18. Syafiqa Haidar Afif Abd Rahman (Perlis)
19. Daeng Dessy Dhabita Dahasry (Perlis)
20. Eviyanan Awg Besar (Labuan)
21. Siti Nurul Syahirah Faizal (Terengganu)
22. Siti Zalina Ahmad (PDRM)
23. Nur Baliya Lokman Anuar (Perak)
24. Shahida Ramli (K.Lumpur)

MEN:
1.   Fairul Izwan Abd Muin (K.Lumpur)
2.   Muhd Syamil Syazwan (PDRM)
3.   Mohd Azwan Shuhaimi (Selangor)
4.   Mohd Fairuz Abd Jabal (Terengganu)
5.   Muhd Hizlee Abdul Rais (PDRM)
6.   Muhd Soufi Rusli (PDRM)
7.   Khairul Anuar Ab Kadir (PDRM)
8.   Safuan Said (Perak)
9.   Salahuddin Razali (K.Lumpur)
10. Ramble Dallan Rice-Oxley (Perak)
11. Mohd Hairi Hamjah (Sabah)
12. Fairul Iqwal Abd Muin (K.Lumpur)
13. Abd Razzif Hassan (Labuan)
14. Mohd Affendy Tan Abdullah (Sabah)
15. Hamzah Ahmad (Sabah)
16. Mohd Fairus Remly (ATM)
17. Suhaizat Zulkifli (K.Lumpur)
18. Yusuf Aminuddin (Sarawak)
19. Ramly Omar (K.Lumpur)
20. Sazeli Sani (Perak)
21. Zulhilimie Redzuan (MPK)
22. Abu Bakar Abd Kadir (K.Lumpur)
23. Amir Muhd Zulfadli Faizal (Terengganu)
24. Mohd Mustaffa Yakub (Sarawak)
**Daeng Dhadyry Dahasry is Number 26. (missed the cut)

I will update the results of the tournament beginning tomorrrow.
See yer tomorrow....
Have a nice day.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Why Blame Others? Man - U.

BLAME YOURSELF !!
in the papers, worldwide...
Keh, keh, keh...
Now, he's blaming others...
Comments...??

Have a nice day...