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KK leads as Sabah Games enters last day
Published on: Friday, December 13, 2019

KENINGAU: Kota Kinabalu is still ahead of other contingents in medal collection in Sabah Games (Saga) IX enters its final day.

The City team amassed 28 gold, 26 silver and 22 bronze medals through athletics, karate and sepak takraw.

Keningau is second with 23 gold, 18 silver and 17  bronze medals in karate, athletic and silat while Tawau in third place with 15 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze medals, mostly from athletics and silat.

In Karate Individual Men Kata, the gold was won by Clevelence Carlos from Penampang while Josiun Jase of Keningau, silver and Collin Raymond Yapp of Tuaran and Mohd Azhad Haziq of Papar, bronze respectively.

In Men Kata Team, Kota Kinabalu won gold, Beaufort, silver while Telupid and Penampang, bronze. 

Semporna won the gold in Men Volleyball followed by Kudat and Tambunan for silver and bronze respectively. In Women Volleyball, Sandakan won the gold while Keningau, silver and Sipitang, bronze.

In Silat for Putri A, Zulaikha Waily of Keningau won the gold while Nurkhairunisa Junaidi of Penampang, silver and Nurnajiha Erman of Kota Kinabalu and Riya Fitrimah Jenory, bronze.

In Putri B, Nuranthasa Asyiqien Veron of Kota Marudu won the gold while Refachie Lanusag of Keningau, silver and Siti Syafiza Jamaluddin of Ranau and Danie Saqira Jalinus of Nabawan, bronze.

In Putri C, Irni Sharifah Japrin of Tambunan took the gold while Petrra Saily @ Zamry of Keningau, silver and Norasshalinah Sahir of Beaufort and Nurul Syahidatul Syafiqah Marsidi of Lahad Datu, bronze.

Daesywasika Jalinus from Nabawan won the gold in Putri D followed by Nursyamira Kardi of Tuaran, silver and Nor Hazieera Abdullah of Kinabatangan and Samsiah Sakkaran of Tambunan, bronze.

In Putri E, Dayang Normalianih Maslan of Kinabatangan snatched the gold while Siti Nor Rabiah Jefri of Lahad Datu had to be contented with the silver and Hiew Lee Jun of Kota Marudu, bronze.

Kota Kinabalu won gold in Silat Men Regu while silver, Tenom and bronze, Semporna and Papar.

In Women Regu, Nabawan won the gold followed by Kudat, silver and Sipitang and Keningau, bronze.

In Silat Putra A, Muhamad Razfirdaus Razaineh of Tuaran won the gold while Mohd Zulhakim Amir of Kota Marudu, silver and Eddy Nicholas of Tambunan and Mohd Akmal Ismail of Telupid, bronze.

Mohd Shahrukhllah Jimpons of Lahad Datu won the gold in Putra B while Mohamad Hafiz Affy Joseph of Keningau, silver and Alexzanda Ambrose of Beaufort and Adzwin Johan, bronze.

In Putra C, the gold was won by Cirron Kimsun of Keningau while silver, Mohd Helmi of Kota Kinabalu and bronze, Sharil Azrai Anang of Sipitang and Mohd arif Samsudin of Kota Marudu.

Rajkhan Jeffrey of Kota Marudu won the gold in Putra D followed by Mohd Rusdie Darno of Kota Kinabalu, silver and Dave Vincent of Sipitang and Hafizul Mesenal of Telupid, bronze.

In Putra E, Zulfa Izzat Izaan Nurdin of Lahad Datu won the gold while Mohd Syahrilazrie Rsoli of Putatan, silver and Arwin Lanos of Tongod and Mohd Saifullah Mat @ Mahat, bronze.

Mohd Shahrul Zeckry Sulaiman of Beaufort won the gold in Putra F while Nik Nazrol Syah Fairul of Kinabatangan, silver and Aldrin Nicer Jemial of Tambunan and Mohamad Fauzi Lamisin of Ranau, bronze.

In Putra G, Mohammad Afflin Syedqhie Hasden of Kota Marudu won the gold while silver, Mohammad Faizan Hajirin of Kota Kinabalu and Nazif Daniel of Beaufort and Abu Abqari Aziz Abu Bakar Jamap of Sandakan, bronze.

Mohd Aiqal Shafzie Tandang from Tawau won gold in Putra H while Mohd Izzuddin Abdullah of Kinabatangan, silver and Muhammad Faris Hazwan Sairin of Keningau and Iskandarrudin Awang Tusin of Penampang, bronze.

In Putra I, Semporna represented by Ahmad Firdaus AB Razis won the gold while Muhd Khuzairie Syaripuddin of Kota Kinabalu, silver and Mohd Syhafiee Mohd Dinin of Papar and Muhammad Amirullah Arpin, bronze.

Muhammad Shahrizam Abdul Samat of Kalabakan won gold in Putra J while Muhaimin Abdullah of Kudat, silver and Mohammad Naven Chu of Sandakan and Iqmal Usman of Ranau, bronze.

 



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