(11 Apr) ASF Awards 2018: The Complete List of Winners

ASF Performance Awards 2018

Dato Alex Lee Award – Outstanding Performance of the Year (Senior) 

  • Men: Leo Au (Hong Kong, China)
  • Women: Annie Au (Hong Kong, China)

Hassan Musa Award – Outstanding Performance of the Year (Junior)

  • Boy: Abbas Zeb (Pakistan)
  • Girl: Aifa Azman (Malaysia)

ASF Award – Outstanding Team of the Year

  • Men's Team:  Malaysia 2018 Asian Games Men's Team
  • Women's Team: Hong Kong 2018 Asian Games Women's Team

ASF Development Award – The Most Improved Team of the Year

  • Iran Men's Team

 

ASF Coaches Awards 2018

Coach of the Year (Team)

  • Rebecca Chiu (Hong Kong, China)

Coach of the Year (Individual)

  • Peter John Genever (Malaysia)

Junior Coach of the Year

  • Mohd Shahril (Malaysia)

Development Coach of the Year

  • Seyed Mohammadhossein Sanaee (Iran)

Coaches Certificate of Recognition

  • Fung Wing-Ming (Hong Kong, China)
  • Anson Kwong (Hong Kong, China)
  • Danny Yip (Hong Kong, China)
  • Fatemeh Alsadat Haidary (Iran)
  • Muhammad Ammar Md Sidik (Malaysia)
  • Zulfiqar Khan (Malaysia)
  • Tay Jess Sin Kiong (Malaysia)
  • Foo Kean Ghee (Malaysia)
  • Kho Yang Yang (Malaysia)
  • Ong Beng Hee (Qatar)

Congratulations to all award winners. Besides, we would also like to thank the paricipating member nations as well as the selection panel.

The awards will be presented at the Prize Presentation Ceremony of the Asian Individual Championships 2019 on 5 May at Kuala Lumpur.

 

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(17 Feb) 4th Asian Master Championships 2019 in Hong Kong

The 4th Asian Master Championships is scheduled to be held 5 - 8 September 2019 in Hong Kong, China. The tournament will be held at Kowloon Cricket Club, one of the prestigious sports clubs in Hong Kong.

Details of the Championships will be sent out at a later stage.

 

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(21 Jan) 39th ASF AGM 2019

The 39th Asian Squash Federation's Annual General Meeting was successfully concluded yesterday. There were 17 delegates and 7 observers from 17 member nations participated in the AGM.

ASF would like to thank Thailand Squash Rackets Association for their warm hospitality, which made a wonderful and memorable stay for all delegates.

More photos will be published in the coming Squash Pulse in April. Please stay tuned!

 

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(21 Jan) 19th Asian Junior Team Championships 2019 - A Happy Conclusion

The 19th Asian Junior Team Championships came to a successful conclusion yesterday after two exciting boys’ and girls’ finals at the Squash Centre in the Ambassador City Jomtien in Pattaya, Thailand.

For the Asian Junior Men's Team event, the top seed Pakistan met an unexpected opponent India, who beat the second seeded Malaysia 2-1 in the semis. The frequent finalist Pakistan finally beat India 2-0 to claim their Asian Junior Men’s Team title. It is thier fourteenth time to win this title. Hong Kong China and Malaysia both finished bronze.

For the Junior Women’s Team, defending Champion Malaysia beat Hong Kong China 2-0 in the final to retain its title, while India and Korea claimed the co-third.

The 19th Asian Junior Team Championships, which was held in Pattaya, a beautiful resort city in Thailand, has attracted 12 junior men's teams and 9 junior women's teams to participate.

"It is the first time for Thailand Squash Rackets Association to host an Asian Championship. I would like to thank and congratulate them for hosting such a successful yet memorable event. Their warm hospitality and dedication has made the event run smoothly. I would also like to thank the officials, referees and helpers," said Mr. David Mui, MH JP, the ASF's President.

For full set of results, please visit the official site of Asian Squash Federation.

 

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President's Foreword

I have great pleasure in welcoming all of you to this new website of the Asian Squash Federation. With the successes that our Member National Federations have achieved in the past many years, the ASF has become a very active....

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