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COVID-19: Baki perlawanan Liga Purple Remaja 2020 ditangguhkan

KUALA LUMPUR, 15 Okt — Baki perlawanan edisi keenam Kejohanan Badminton Liga Purple Remaja Malaysia 2020 dijadual berlangsung di Muar, Puchong, Ipoh dan Putrajaya pada hujung bulan ini hingga November, ditangguhkan kepada tarikh yang akan ditentukan kelak susulan peningkatan kes COVID-19.

Ketua Pegawai Operasi Purple League Sports Management Sdn Bhd Ho Khek Mong berkata keputusan berkenaan dibuat selepas mengadakan perbincangan bersama Persatuan Badminton Malaysia (BAM) dan semua penaja.

“Kami tetap teguh bersama rakan kami di BAM dan sentiasa berkomunikasi bagi menentukan tindakan terbaik,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.

Pusingan kedua kejohanan sepatutnya berlangsung di Ipoh pada 24-25 Okt; Puchong (31 Okt-1 Nov); Muar (7-8 Nov) sebelum pusingan akhir di Putrajaya pada 21-22 Nov.

Sebanyak 40 pasukan mengambil bahagian dalam kejohanan yang menawarkan hadiah wang tunai berjumlah RM100,000.

Juara bagi lima kategori dipertandingkan – perseorangan dan beregu lelaki, perseorangan dan beregu perempuan dan beregu campuran – turut berpeluang mengikuti sesi latihan intensif di Akademi Badminton Malaysia (ABM) Bukit Kiara.

— BERNAMA

https://www.bernama.com/bm/sukan/news.php?id=1890265

因疫情因素 2020永旺信用紫盟羽联青年赛展延

(吉隆坡15日讯)  由于国内新冠疫情确诊病例高企不下,紫盟羽联青年赛于过去周末成功主办入选赛第一区赛事后,于周四发布声明,将展延馀下三站入选赛和在布城的总决赛,待疫情好转及球员们的健康没有受到威胁的情况下,才会继续举办赛事。

以下为声明全文:

2020永旺信用紫盟羽联青年赛展延通知

尊敬的媒体同仁:

紫盟羽联在过去周末成功地主办了2020永旺信用紫盟羽联青年赛第一区,为期两天的入选赛事,共有9支队伍参与,其中4队晋级总决赛。

在新冠肺炎疫情期间,为了照顾球员们及所有在场者的健康,主办单位也尽全力做好了防范措施,包括在大门口为每一位入场者测量体温;要求他们保持距离;在多处准备好消毒液;限制体育馆内的人数;并规定除正在比赛的球员外,所有的人必须戴上口罩,工作人员更被要求戴上面罩和手套,同时,一天内还为场地消毒三轮。

这两天的比赛一切顺利,氛围和谐,有参赛球队称这次的赛事空前成功。然而,不管我们多么地努力,还是无法去改变整个大环境。随著这连日全国的新病例陆续上升,屡破纪录,使我们不得不重新探讨是否如期举办接下来的赛事。

紫盟羽联一直都在尽力地为国家培育羽毛球人才,前提是安全第一,健康至上,故此,经过深思熟虑并于大马羽总及赞助商商议后,我们决定展延接下来的赛事包括原订于11月7至8日在麻坡进行的第二区入选赛;10月31日至11月1日在蒲种进行的第三区入选赛;10月24至25日在怡保进行的第四区入选赛以及11月21至22日在布城举行的总决赛。一旦有了最新的比赛日期,我们将马上通知。

紫盟羽联感谢所有媒体及羽毛球爱好者一直对我们的支持与关注。我们保证,只有在疫情好转及球员们的健康没有受到威胁的情况下我们才会继续举办赛事。谢谢。

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Seremban City BC and Klang Rising BC advance to Grand Final

AEON Credit Purple League Junior 2020’s District 1 ended, with Group A’s Seremban City BC and Group B’s Klang Rising BC advancing to the final.

Yesterday, the two winning teams from Group B – Klang Rising BC and Bangi City BC – competed at noon today for a place in the finals, with the former winning 13-6 to book a seat at the finals. The latter, on the other hand, competed for the second place in the afternoon match with Kajang United BC and eventually won.

The other team to secure advancement in the title final is Group A’s first runner-up, S2 All-Star BC, which has a record of 3 wins and 2 losses. The grand finals were originally scheduled to take place in Kompleks Kejiranan Precinct 11, Putrajaya on 21st and 22nd November, but due to the worsening of the current outbreak, the organisers may be scheduled to issue a notice this week to update on the latest.

The most promising player from the first region is 18-year-old, Lai Zi Ying who scored a power-play in all her four matches, becoming the rising female star in Klang Rising BC. The women’s singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles all showed that they were at their peak of excellence by losing only one game in all eight matches. Coach Roni Tan said his player, Zi Ying played a pivotal role in helping her team to score.

Since she is 18 years old which means that this will be the last Purple League Junior she will be featuring in, Zi Ying does not want to put pressure on herself, rather, she thinks it is more important to just go with the flow and enjoy the game. The rising star reveals that she has always considered her mental strength as her greatest asset. When asked if she’s given a chance to choose the style of play between singles, doubles and mixed doubles, she admitted that in fact, ideally, she would choose to major as a doubles player.

“I would say, my weakness is my physical attributes, so I prefer to play doubles, but again in doubles, it’s hard to find the right partner sometimes.”

She is satisfied with her achievements in the competition and hopes to do well again in the final round.

With the completion of the first district of the competition, Mr Ho Khek Mong, the chief operating executive of Purple League made a brief note. After he took over the MPL, one of the measures taken was to ensure that the junior game is to be localized, giving chances for more local talents to be unearthed. For the tournament, 100% of the players involved in the junior tournament are local players, many of whom have achieved very good results and thus, the Junior league have also been recognized by many clubs.

“There’s a lot of talent in the sports, and a lot of 15-17 year-olds are waiting for a chance to shine and we’re happy to build that platform for them.”

Khek Mong pointed out that due to the emergence of large-scale competitions, the trend has directly contributed to the establishment of many badminton clubs, which is seen to have a great impact on the development of the badminton industry.

“Many good and passionate former players, such as Iskandar Zulkarnain, have turned to sports coaching and continue to work for the love of badminton and nurture a better next generation.”

He added, “Due to the outbreak, each region is limited to 10 teams, and more than 15 teams are expected to participate in the next regional tournament.

“Ho aims to build a club system that involves all the badminton clubs at grassroots level which support each other, This empowers people to learn from each other and to better understand the sports. Furthermore, if he finds out which club is facing problems, or that the results are always not up, he will pay more attention to and help it.

Result

October 4, 2020, 8.30am              

S2

All Star BC won Sentul Times BC 15-0  (165-63)

Klang Rising BC won Setapak BC 15-0(165-59)

Sepang BC lost  Kajang United BC 1-15(108-174)

 

October 4, 2020, 12.00noon       

Setapak BC lost  Sepang BC  0-15 (87-165)                                                                                                             

Setia Alam BC lost  S2 All Star BC 6-13(162-180)

Klang Rising BC won Bangi City 13-6(195-140)

 

October 4, 2020,3.30pm           

Kajang UnitedBC lost Bangi BC7-12 (164-188)

Sentul Times BC lost Seremban City BC3-14(108-179)

 

Group A

Rank Team P W GW GL PW PL
**1 Seremban City BC 3 3 36 19 537 426
*2   S2 All Star BC 3 2 35 17 496 398
3 Setia Alam BC 3 1 27 29 506 464
4 Sentul Times BC 3 0 8 41 270 521

 

Group B

Team P W GW GL PW PL
**1 Klang Rising BC 4 4 58 9 714 399
*2 Bangi City BC 4 3 47 24 673 560
3 Kajang United BC 4 2 39 30 641 561
4 Sepang BC 4 1 21 44 479 611
5 Setapak BC 4 0 2 75 298 674

** Seeded team in Grand final

*Advance to Grand final

Klang Rising BC ride on Zi Ying’s strength to reach Grand Finals

PETALING JAYA: Lai Zi Ying showcased her versatility by steering Klang Rising BC to the top of Group B in the just-concluded region one competition of the Purple League Junior (PLJ).

The 18-year-old Selangor shuttler reigned supreme in all three events – girls’ singles, girls’ doubles and mixed doubles – winning all the eight matches she played over the two days of competition in Port Dickson last weekend.

Klang Rising BC topped the five-team contest that also comprised Bangi City BC, Kajang United BC, Sepang BC and Setapak BC to go into the Grand Finals as group champions while Bangi City followed suit as the group runners-up.

The other two teams making it to the Grand Finals in Putrajaya next month are the Seremban City BC and S2 All Star BC, the Group A winners and runners-up.

They finished ahead of Setia Alam BC and Sentul Time BC.

This year’s league is unique as it will be held in four locations with the next three regions being in Ipoh, Puchong and Muar.

The top four teams in each city will make up the 16-team line-up for the Grand Finals.

A total of RM100,000 in prize money is up for grabs with the top-three teams taking home RM10,000, RM8,000 and RM5,000 respectively.

Group A: Seremban City BC bt Setia Alam BC 11-9; Seremban City BC bt S2 All Star BC 11-7; Seremban City BC bt Sentul Times BC 14-3; S2 All Star BC bt Sentul Times BC 15-0; S2 All Star BC bt Setia Alam BC 13-6; Setia Alam BC bt Sentul Times BC 12-5.

Standings: 1. Seremban City BC, 2. S2 All Star BC, 3. Setia Alam BC, 4. Sentul Times BC.

Group B: Klang Rising BC bt Sepang BC 15-1; Klang Rising BC bt Kajang United BC 15-2; Klang Rising BC bt Setapak BC 15-0; Klang Rising BC bt Bangi City BC 13-6; Bangi City BC bt Setapak BC 15-0; Bangi City BC bt Sepang BC 14-4; Bangi City BC bt Kajang United BC 12-7; Kajang United BC bt Setapak BC 15-2 ; Kajang BC bt Sepang BC 15-1; Sepang BC bt Setapak BC 15-0.

Standings: 1. Klang Rising BC, 2. Bangi City BC, 3. Kajang United BC, 4. Sepang BC, 5. Setapak BC.

巴生芙蓉市全胜晋总决赛

(波德申4日讯)2020永旺信用紫盟羽联青年赛第一区比赛结束,A组的芙蓉市羽毛球俱乐部和B组的巴生迅升羽毛球俱乐部,以完胜纪录晋级总决赛,并被列为种子球队。

在B组,昨天两支两战全胜的球队–巴生迅升和万宜市羽毛球俱乐部,在今天的中午交手争夺出线机会,结果前者以13比6胜出,率先以头名资格进入总决赛。后者则在下午的比赛中与加影联队羽毛球俱乐部争夺最后一席资格,并最终以12比7胜出。

另外一支随种子队伍晋级的是A组的老二芙蓉2全星羽毛球俱乐部,战绩为3战2胜。总决赛原订于11月21日及22日在布城11区的睦邻中心体育馆进行,不过由于目前疫情恶化,主办单位或另订赛期,将于本周内发布文告公布。

在第一区赛事最耀眼的球员,要数巴生迅升的女球员赖芷芸。这名18岁球员在所有四场的赛事中都兼项上阵。女单、女双和混双都游刃有余,取得所有8场比赛的胜利只失一局。教练陈伟龙直言,她就是球队的得分钥匙,没有之一。

由于已经年届18,这将会是芷芸最后一届紫盟羽联青年赛,她认为轻松地享受比赛才是最重要的,而心态正是她自认自己的最大强项。虽然在本次赛事中,女单、女双和混双都未逢敌手,不过她坦言其实自己最合适打双打。

在第一区赛事最耀眼的球员,要数巴生迅升的女球员赖芷芸(前),这名18岁球员在所有四场的赛事中都兼项上阵。女单、女双和混双都游刃有余,取得所有8场比赛的胜利只失一局。

“我的弱点是体能较差,所以我比较喜欢打双打,可是双打有时候很难找到合适的搭档。”

她满意自己在这次比赛中的成绩,希望能在决赛圈再创佳绩。

大型比赛催生俱乐部

在完成第一区域的比赛后,紫盟羽联总执行长何克望也做了个小总结。在他接手紫盟羽联后,首先青少年的比赛一定要本土化,让他们去完成薪火相传的任务。而经过了这次的赛事,参与的球员100%是本土球员,取得非常好的效果也获得许多俱乐部的认同。

“大马人才济济,很多15至17岁的球员,都在等待著一个发光发热的机会,我们很高兴地为他们打造这个平台。”

何克望指出,因为大型比赛的出现,直接促成许多羽毛球俱乐部的成立,这将对我国的羽毛球事业发展有巨大的影响。

“很多之前优秀的球员,如伊斯干达都当起教练来,继续为羽毛球出力,培育更优秀的下一代。”

“本届由于疫情的关系,每个区域只限于10支球队,下一届每个区域预计会有超过15支参加。”

他切望打造一个俱乐部体系,把所有的羽毛球俱乐部结合起来,互相扶持,如果发现有哪家俱乐部面对问题,或成绩总是打不上来,便会多加关注及帮助它。

紫盟羽联执行长何克望(左2)和万宜市的教练团,做好防疫措施,右2是万宜市创办人兼主教练伊斯干达。

紫盟青年赛挥拍 巴生万宜市领先

(波德申3日讯)2020永旺信用紫盟羽联青年赛今日开打,由我国著名男单伊斯干达创办兼主教的万宜市,在首日比赛横扫文良港羽球俱乐部及雪邦羽球俱乐部,进军决赛情势大好。

万宜市先后以15比0和14比4狂胜文良港和雪邦取得开门红。强将手下无弱兵,伊斯干达的两名男单表现出色,所向披靡,都以3比0完胜对手。其中17岁的陈镇升在第一场比赛,以11比5、11比4、11比5战胜文良港的林志稔。

陈镇升在赢得比赛后接受记者访问时表示,由于是第一场比赛,他一开始必须适应灯光与风向,幸好很快适应,并满意自己的表现。

“对手很积极反扑,还好做好应对准备。”

陈镇升这名球员5岁开始打球,成绩一直平平,直到最近两年才开窍。

“以前还没有确定人生方向,不积极打球,现在已经确定要往这方面发展。”

伊斯干达也称赞这名爱徒很勤力,态度也很好。

“他已经成熟,正在蜕变中。最重要还是他想要走得更远。”

陈镇升在首场比赛大发神威,为球队全取三分。
陈镇升在首场比赛大发神威,为球队全取三分。

“我们两名男单球员都是进攻型球员,本次赛会的11分制,积极迅速进入状态的要求,对他们非常有利。”

他希望他旗下的球员们能趁著这次比赛争取表现机会,因为这样才能进入大马羽总视野。由于刚组队不久(少过一年),伊斯干达不想给球员太多压力,希望能够打进布城决赛圈就达标了。

同在B组的另一支强旅巴生迅升羽球俱乐部同样表现超班,以15比1和15比2连挫雪邦羽球俱乐部和加影联队羽球俱乐部,力压万宜市暂居榜首,双方备受看好能携手杀进布城的决赛圈。

A组方面,在DSBC纳闽岛羽球俱乐部因疫情退赛后,芙蓉市羽球俱乐部连挫实达阿南羽球俱乐部及同城的芙蓉2全星羽球俱乐部取得二连胜,晋级决赛只有一步之遥。

全国四个区域主办入选赛,各区域A组和B组的第一名将自动成为种子球队,一共16支球队将进入在布城进行的总决赛争夺冠军。

AEON Credit Purple League Junior 2020

 

Roaring LionMas crowned inaugural SPLC champions

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Roaring LionMas crowned inaugural SPLC champions

LionMas’ squad celebrating winning the inaugural Senheng Purple League Corporate (SPLC2019) after receiving the championship trophy from Deputy Minister of Youth & Sports, YB Steven Sim Chee Keong (centre, in dark blue shirt) at Sports Arena Sentosa today.

Goh Ting Yu of LionMas in action during the SPLC2019 Final when he gave his team an early lead through a 3-0 (11-5, 11-0, 11-3) victory over Top Glove’s Lim Jihn Yih in the men’s singles at Sports Arena Sentosa earlier today.

KUALA LUMPUR (17 NOVEMBER 2019): The maiden Senheng Purple League Corporate (SPLC2019) season closed its curtains today as LionMas showcased that they can dominate not only in the boardroom but also on the badminton court after claiming a 9-4 victory over Top Glove in the Final at Sports Arena Sentosa.

Earlier in this morning’s semis, LionMas strolled past Team AIG through consecutive 3-0 victories in the Men’s singles, men’s doubles 1 and women’s doubles while Top Glove battled past redPHOENIX 10-7 to progress into the final showdown.

Lee Yew Wah-Ti Kian Kok extended the lead to 6-1 with an epic 11-10, 11-10, 10-11, 11-10 victory over Ismail Saman-James Koh.
2nd runners up Team redONE and 1st runners up team Top Glove during a group photo session after the closing ceremony.

LionMas, known for it’s leading chain of household electrical appliances and furniture stores put their stranglehold on the Final proceedings early on when Goh Ting Yu breezed past Top Glove’s Lim Jihn Yih 3-0 (11-5, 11-0, 11-3) in the men’s singles before the men’s doubles pair of Lee Yew Wah-Ti Kian Kok extended the lead to 6-1 with an epic 11-10, 11-10, 10-11, 11-10 victory over Ismail Saman-James Koh.

Top Glove’s Ng Sin Er-Ng Sin Zou then managed to keep the tie alive with an impressive 3-0 (11-7,11-7, 11-7) win over LionMas’ Chua Cheah Lin-Dharshana Haridass only for Lee Zhi Yinn-H’Ng Choon Leng to put the tie beyond Top Glove’s reach moments later with a 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-5) victory over Liaw Suk Quan-Shafiq Mattar in the mixed doubles.

Team Manager of LionMas, Mr Saw Tze Liang expressing his views after the prize giving and closing ceremony of Senheng Purple League Corporate. “We as a team will not be satisfied and rest on this victory as we aim to continue striving to work harder and return next year to defend our title,” added Tze Liang who runs his own badminton academy.

With the unassailable lead, there was no need for the remaining men’s doubles (combined age of 80 & above) to be played as LionMas walked away with a cool RM 50,000 cash prize while Top Glove took home a purse of RM 25,000 for their efforts.

Team LionMas in jovial mood cheering for their teammates during the Finals.

As Champions, LionMas claimed bragging rights along with a playoff spot for a chance to qualify for the next edition of Malaysia’s elite professional badminton league – the Purple League in 2020.

LionMas’ team manager, Saw Tze Liang was in ecstatic mood after he charges’ fine performances in the Final.

He said, “Words cannot express how thrilled I am with this victory. I did not expect our men’s doubles to do what they did with their win over Top Glove’s pair which featured former national player Ismail Saman.”

“We as a team will not be satisfied and rest on this victory as we aim to continue striving to work harder and return next year to defend our title,” added Tze Liang who runs his own badminton academy.

“I hope that through this SPLC platform, many more corporate entities can understand the sport and eventually get more involved with their support and backing. It is also a platform which can provide avenues for retired players to continue their badminton careers,” said Steven during his speech.

In the 3rd and 4th placing decider, redPHOENIX were too strong for Team AIG, earning a convincing 10-4 triumph to pocket RM 15,000 as Team AIG bagged RM 10,000 for finishing fourth.

The prize presentation and closing ceremony was also graced by the presence of Deputy Minister of Youth & Sports, YB Steven Sim Chee Keong who gave away the prizes to the winners and reiterated about the importance of corporate firms’ involvement in sports today.

“I hope that through this SPLC platform, many more corporate entities can understand the sport and eventually get more involved with their support and backing. It is also a platform which can provide avenues for retired players to continue their badminton careers,” said Steven during his speech.

The SPLC2019 which was played over two weekends saw participation from eight top international and local corporate firms namely Pensonic, LionMas, redONE, senQ, OPPO, Top Glove, AEON Credit Service and AIG.

Former National Player, Tan Jinn Hwa and partner Kenny Tay representing AIG in the exhilarating Men’s Doubles Rally.
Players from LionMas in a jovial mood as they are the champions for the very first season of Senheng Purple League Corporate 2019.

SPLC2019 Final Day Results (17/11/2019)

Semis-finals (10am)
redPHOENIX 7-10 Top Glove
LionMas 9-0 Team AIG

3rd and 4th placing (2pm)
Team AIG 4-10 redPHOENIX

 Final (2pm)
LionMas 9-4 Top Glove

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About Malaysia Purple League

Founded by Dato’ Jack Koh and partners and incorporated on October 24, 2013, Purple League (M) Sdn. Bhd. aims to create a brand-new platform in support of the Malaysian badminton scene while raising the standard of badminton proficiency and contributing towards creating future champions for the country.

Standing at the forecourt of all endeavours is the Malaysia Purple League, thus named due to purple long being a symbolic colour associated with royalty, power, and courage. It’s an initiative that provides players of all levels, both professionals and amateurs, with an opportunity to gain invaluable competitive experience, and which concurrently engages retired national greats to guide and inspire a new generation of champions.

2019年新兴紫盟商业联赛 LionMas勇夺冠军

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2019年新兴紫盟商业联赛
LionMas勇夺冠军

LionMas团队庆祝他们在首届SPLC2019夺得冠军的喜悦。青年体育副部长YB沈志强 (中间,深蓝衣)颁发冠军奖杯。

(吉隆坡讯)2019年新兴紫盟商业联赛周日圆满落幕,LionMas在吉隆坡圣淘沙体育馆上演的一场备受瞩目的决赛,以9比4力克Top Glove,勇夺冠军。

LionMas队的Goh Ting Yu上演他在SPLC 2019 决赛的比赛。他在男单比赛中以3-0 (11-5, 11-0, 11-3) 轻取 Top Glove队的Lim Jihn Yih。

LionMas在较早前举行的半决赛,凭藉男单、男双和女双建功,以3比0轻取AIG。Top Glove在另一边厢,以10比7险胜redPHOENIX。

以连锁式经营家电和家俱企业起家的LionMas,在决赛由Goh Ting Yu在男单以3比0(11比5、11比0、11比3)轻取Top Glove的Lim Jihn Yih,先下马威。

男双Lee Yew Wah与Ti Kian Kok接着在一场高潮迭起的比赛,以11比10、11比10、10比11和11比10力克伊斯迈沙末与James Koh,把总比分扩大成6比1。

Lee Yew Wah- Tian Kian Kok以3-1的激战 (11-10, 11-10,10-11,11-10)战胜Ismail Saman/James Koh后把总比分拉开至6-1.

Top Glove没有气馁,凭藉Ng Sin Er与Ng Sin Zou在女双以3比0(11比7、11比7、11比7)拿下Chua Cheah Lin与达萨纳,拉近比分。尽管如此,LionMas始终还是技高一筹,混双Lee Zhi Yinn与H’Ng Choon Leng痛赠Liaw Suk Quan与萨菲克马塔3 – 0(11比7、11比4、11比5),助队提前奠定胜基。

 

在大局已定下,余下的男双比赛也宣告取消.LionMas最终捧走5万令吉奖金,居亚的Top Glove进账2万5000令吉。大热折桂的LionMas,也因此赢得了一张宝贵的附加赛门票──胜出的话将取得2020年紫盟联赛参赛资格。

LionMas队的经理 Mr Saw Tze Liang 在颁奖典礼结束后给于他的赛后看法. “我们不会满足于现在的胜利,因为我们还要继续努力以在明年赛季捍卫我们的冠军。

 

LionMas球队经理Saw Tze Liang对本队在决赛的表现赞不绝口。
“我的喜悦非言语所能形容。我最难以相信的是男双的表现,要知道我们打败的是前国手伊斯迈沙末。他绝非泛泛之辈。” 本身在柔佛开设羽毛球学院的Saw Tze Liang坦言,这只是本队的开始。

来自redOne队的前国手兼老球员 Ong Ewe Hock上演他在半决赛的男双比赛。

“全队上下都没有沉醉在胜利的喜悦当中,我们知道未来的路还很长,我们会加倍努力,力保霸业。”

redPHOENIX在季殿军赛以10比4轻取AIG,袋走1万5000令吉奖金。落败的AIG,以1万令吉告慰。亲临现场颁奖和主持闭幕的副青体部长沈志强非常鼓励商界参与体育活动。

“新兴紫盟商业联赛是一个很好的平台。我希望更多的商家了解到体育的重要性,更加积极地投入其中。”

“已经退休的球员,也可在这个平台焕发第二春,以教练或球员身份,延续自己的羽毛球生涯和保持对此运动的热情。”

获得季军的redONE队以及亚军的Top Glove队在颁奖典礼结束后合照。
AIG队的Tan Jinn Hwa与搭档Kenny Tay 在男双比赛中上演了刺激的持久战.
LionMas队伍在决赛为队友们打气.

为期两周的新兴紫盟商业联赛,共吸引了8家外国和本地企业参与其盛,他们分别是Pensonic、LionMas、redONE、senQ、OPPO、Top Glove、永旺信贷和AIG。

 

最后一个比赛日成绩(20191117日)

半决赛(10am)
redPHOENIX 7-10 Top Glove
LionMas 9-0 Team AIG

季殿军赛(2pm)
Team AIG 4-10 redPHOENIX

 决赛(2pm)
LionMas 9-4 Top Glove

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 关于紫盟联赛

由拿督许少原和伙伴在2013年10月24日成立的马来西亚紫盟联赛私人有限公司,目标是提升大马羽运,为国家培育更多未来的冠军。

紫色象征忠诚、力量和勇气。紫盟联赛提供职业和业余球员宝贵的比赛机会,而各支参赛俱乐部都是由昔日名宿所执教。

LionMas juara sulung SPLC 2019

SIARAN AKHBAR

LionMas juara sulung SPLC 2019

Kehebatan di arena korporat diterjemahkan di gelanggang sukan

Skuad LionMas meraikan kejayaan menentang Liga Ungu Korporat (SPLC2019) selepas menerima piala kejohanan dari Timbalan Menteri Belia & Sukan, YB Steven Sim Chee Keong (tengah, baju biru gelap) di Sports Arena Sentosa hari ini.

Goh Ting Yu dari LionMas dalam aksi di Final SPLC2019 apabila dia memberi kemenangan awal 3-0 (11-5, 11-0, 11-3) ke atas Top Glove’s Lim Jihn Yih dalam perseorangan lelaki di Sukan Arena Sentosa awal hari ini.

KUALA LUMPUR (17 NOVEMBER 2019):  LionMas membuktikan mereka bukan saja hebat di arena korporat tetapi juga di gelanggang sukan apabila muncul juara sulung Senheng Purple League Corporate (SPLC) 2019 dengan menundukkan TopGlove 9-4 pada final di Sports Arena Sentosa hari ini.

LionMas bermula garang di final apabila Goh Ting Yu tidak menghadapi masalah mengenepikan cabaran Lim Jihn Yih dari Top Glove, 3-0 (11-5, 11-0, 11-3) dalam perseorangan lelaki.

Lee Yew Wah-Ti Kian Kok memperluaskan kedudukan 6-1 dengan kemenangan 11-10, 11-10, 10-11, 11-10 ke atas Ismail Saman-James Koh

Gandingan beregu lelaki, Lee Yew Wah-Ti Kian Kok menjadi kunci kepada kejayaan LionMas apabila mengejutkan pasangan yang menampilkan bekas pemain kebangsaan, Ismail Saman dan James Koh, 11-10, 11-10, 10-11, 11-10 untuk menjarakkan pendahuluan mereka kepada 6-1.

Bekas Pemain Nasional, Ong Ewe Hock dari redONE semasa perlawanan lelaki beregu separuh akhir.

Ng Sin Er-Ng Sin Zou menyalakan api perjuangan Top Glove dengan kejayaan 3-0 (11-7,11-7, 11-7) ke atas gandingan LionMas, Chua Cheah Lin-Dharshana Haridass dalam beregu wanita. Namun ia sekadar melambatkan kesudahan jalan cerita apabila Lee Zhi Yinn-H’Ng Choon Leng meletakkan pertembungan ini di luar jangkauan  Top Glove menerusi kemenangan 3-0 (11-7, 11-4, 11-5) ke atas Liaw Suk Quan-Shafiq Mattar dalam beregu campuran.

Dengan jurang mata yang tidak mampu digugat, aksi beregu lelaki (gabungan umur 80 & ke atas) seterusnya tidak perlu dilangsungkan dengan LionMas sah dinobat selaku juara sekaligus menerima habuan wang tunai, RM50,000 manakala Top Glove membawa pulang  RM25,000.

Dalam penentuan tempat ketiga/keempat, redPHOENIX terlalu sukar buat Team AIG, apabila meraih kemenangan menyakinkan 10-4 untuk membawa pulang RM15,000 dengan Team AIG berpuas hati dengan RM10,000.

Temapt ketiga pasukan redONE dan tempat kedua pasukan Top Glove semasa sesi foto kumpulan selepas majlis penutupan.

“Kami teruja kerana berjaya memenangi SPLC yang julung kali diadakan ini. Pada awalnya, kami tidak menyangka bahawa kami mampu mengejutkan barisan yang menampilkan pemain kebangsaan.

“Tetapi itu yang berlaku apabila beregu lelaki kami berjaya mengejutkan gandingan yang menampilkan pemain kebangsaan (Ismail Saman, bekas perseorangan lelaki negara).

“Kami tidak boleh terlalu dibuai-buai dengan kejayaan ini dan perlu meningkatkan usaha kami bagi mengekalkan kejuaraan kami tahun depan,” kata pengurus pasukan, Saw Tze Liang.

Pengurus Pasukan LionMas, Mr Saw Tze Liang menyatakan pandangannya selepas upacara pemberian dan penutup hadiah Korporat Liga Purple Senheng. “Kami sebagai pasukan tidak akan berpuas hati dan menang dalam kemenangan ini kerana kami berhasrat untuk terus berusaha keras dan kembali tahun depan untuk mempertahankan gelaran kami,” tambah Tze Liang yang mengendalikan akademi badmintonnya sendiri.

Hadiah disampaikan Timbalan Menteri Belia dan Sukan, YB Steven Sim Chee Keong yang memuji penganjuran SPLC sebagai platform untuk meneruskan kelangsungan kerjaya seseorang atlit selepas persaraan mereka.

“Liga korporat ini adalah platform terbaik bagi kelangsungan seseorang atlit selepas tamatnya kerjaya mereka.

Pasukan LionMas dalam suasana gembira bersorak untuk rakan sepasukan mereka semasa final.

“Syarikat korporat boleh mengambil mereka sebagai jurulatih atau menyerap mereka sebagai warga kerja. Mereka juga tidak terikat sebagai atlit dan boleh mencuba kerjaya lain menerusi pelbagai bidang yang ditawarkan di institusi pengajian tinggi,” katanya.

Sebagai juara sulung SPLC, LionMas, syarikat pengeluar barangan elektrik terkemuka di negara ini turut meraih slot playoff untuk melayakkan diri ke edisi liga badminton profesional elit tempatan – Purple League 2020.

Terdahulu, pada sesi pagi, LionMas mengalahkan Team AIG menerusi tiga kemenangan 3-0 berturut-turut dalam perseorangan lelaki, beregu lelaki pertama dan beregu wanita untuk menempah tiket mereka ke perlawanan akhir manakala Top Glove membenam redPHOENIX 10-7.

Lapan badan korporat tempatan dan antarabangsa mengambil bahagian dalam kejohanan yang julung kali diadakan ini iaitu Pensonic, LionMas, redONE (redPHOENIX), senQ, OPPO, Top Glove, AEON Credit Service dan AIG.

Keputusan Perlawanan Hari Terakhir SPLC2019 (17/11/2019)

Separuh Akhir
redPHOENIX 7-10 Top Glove
LionMas 9-0 Team AIG

Penentuan ke-3/4
redPHOENIX 10-4 Team AIG

 Final
LionMas 9-4 Top Glove

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About Malaysia Purple League

Founded by Dato’ Jack Koh and partners and incorporated on October 24, 2013, Purple League (M) Sdn. Bhd. aims to create a brand-new platform in support of the Malaysian badminton scene while raising the standard of badminton proficiency and contributing towards creating future champions for the country.

Standing at the forecourt of all endeavours is the Malaysia Purple League, thus named due to purple long being a symbolic colour associated with royalty, power, and courage. It’s an initiative that provides players of all levels, both professionals and amateurs, with an opportunity to gain invaluable competitive experience, and which concurrently engages retired national greats to guide and inspire a new generation of champions.