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28-04-2005, 12:32 AM
The ADUN Subang Jaya Cup Basketball Tournament 2005 formerly known as Dato Lee Hwa Beng Cup this year will see 14 teams pitching against each other. This tournament is opened to players aged 16 and above and who are residents of DUN Subang Jaya. This year besides seeing the change in name will also see a new format being played. Unlike last year where it was played on a home and away basis, this year will follow the league format with the top winners of each group entering the final round. All matches will be played at USJ 6/2B court and for the first time will be played at night and on a Friday (6.00 pm and 7.30 pm). While there will be 3 matches played on Saturday (5.00 pm, 6.30 pm and 8.00 pm), it will be a rest day on Sunday.The opening match is between USJ 4 and USJ 12 to be played on Friday 29 April at 7.30pm followed by USJ 1 vs USJ 5 at 9.00pm.

This year tournament is organized by all teams managers and captains who formed up the Organising Committee and is chaired by Mr Freddy Loo Chin Oon. The final is expected to be played in June.

Group A
1) Sunway PJS 7 - Ivan Lee
2) SS 14 - Dennis Ooi
3) SS 18 (A) - Lee Tak Shune
4) SS 19 - Jamil Ariff
5) USJ 4 - Au Chui Jan
6) USJ 12 - Peter Chong
7) USJ 13 - Ang Poo Keong

Group B
1) SS 17 - Shalom Morris
2) SS 18 (B) - Ron Sia Kok How
3) USJ 5 - Gilbert Yeoh
4) USJ 6 - Juan Lee
5) USJ 1 - Allen Lee
6) USJ 11 - Ricky Tan
7) USJ 14/Court 9 - Ah Tong

29-04-2005, 09:30 AM
Friday, April 29, 2005
The Metro Star

Basketball tourney for Subang Jaya folk begins today

A new event has been added to Subang Jaya’s sports calendar with the launch of the inaugural ADUN Subang Jaya Cup Basketball Tournament 2005 today.

Mooted by Subang Jaya assemblyman Datuk Lee Hwa Beng, the tournament is open to teams comprising residents of Subang Jaya, USJ, and Sunway.

Lee, who is also the tournament patron, said the event was organised by residents for residents.

“So we hope to see as many residents coming to watch and support their respective community teams,’’ he added.

The tournament is open to those aged 16 and above.

Event organising chairman Loo Chin Oon said so far, 14 teams had confirmed their participation.

“Besides promoting a healthy lifestyle among residents, this tournament also aims to uncover new talents from among amateur basketball enthusiasts.

“Hence, ex-senior and junior national players, state senior players, and players who have participated in the Agong Cup or Sukma Games are not eligible to register as participants. However, junior state or school players who have represented the MSSM are allowed to join,” Loo said.

Matches will be played at 7.30pm and 9pm today and at 6pm, 7.30pm, and 9pm tomorrow. The games will take place at the USJ 6 basketball court in Jalan USJ6/2B.

The winning team will walk away with the ADUN Subang Jaya Challenge Cup, a trophy and gold a medal for each player.

The runner-up, meanwhile, will receive a trophy and silver medals.

As for the third and fourth-placed teams, the players will each be receiving bronze medals.

There is no registration fee for participants. Instead, to help offset the teams’ preparatory expenses, Lee is offering a RM500 subsidy for each registered team.

The tournament is sponsored by Dergahayu Sdn Bhd and co-sponsored by Spalding, Sprite, Milo, and Water Shop, with the joint co-operation of the Subang Jaya Zone 2 residents’ committee.