Monday, January 4, 2010

Yeohs still in Beijing

 

NM Yeoh Chin Seng and Yeoh Li Tian  ,  contrary to earlier reports , are still in Beijing  and will only be back to Kuala Lumpur on January 6.

As such Nusa Mahkota may stick to the regulars in their Quest for 3rd placing in  their game against X Factor tomorrow at DATCC

Captain Hairulov is still optimistic of his team’s chances against X Factor and believe that the players will rise to the occasion.

The game tomorrow will be the first competitive  game  for X factor Board 1player IM Mok  who has just got his title confirmed by Fide

possible line up

  X Factor                               Nusa Mahkota

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1 IM Mok   Tze Meng       -        NM Kamarul Ariffin Wahiduddin

 

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2 Dr Paul paramarajan      -             Rizal Ahmad Kamal

  

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3 Lim Zhuo Ren              -        Rusdi Sidi  

 

 

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4 Ismail Ahmad              -        Mohd Izz Saifuddin

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