PETALING JAYA: Excellent news await Darren Chan, Sanjay Jeeva and C. Ameeshenraj as Squash Racquets Affiliation of Malaysia (SRAM) plan to announce new recruits for this yr.
The trio have completed effectively prior to now years to show that they’re worthy to be a part of the nationwide crew.
SRAM director Main (rtd) S. Maniam stated they’d maintain a dialogue with the Nationwide Sports activities Council (NSC) in March to advertise the gamers into the programme.
The present nationwide crew encompass Ng Eain Yow, Ivan Yuen, Mohd Syafiq Kamal and Mohd Asyraf Azan.
“Darren, Sanjay and Ameeshenraj have proven potential and we want to carry them into our programme quickly, ” stated Maniam.
Darren and Sanjay have produced some promising outcomes once they had been based mostly in Australia and the USA respectively whereas Ameeshenraj is a shiny expertise from Negri Sembilan.
Additionally set to get an enormous break is lately turned skilled participant Aira Azman from Kedah.
The 16-year-old Aira, who’s presently within the back-up squad, could get a spot within the Podium Programme if she retains displaying progress. The others within the programme are Aira’s sister Aifa, Low Wee Wern, S. Sivasangari and Rachel Arnold.
“Aira has the potential and we’ll proceed to look at her efficiency in coaching and tournaments this yr, ” added Maniam.
All tournaments presently are on maintain as a result of motion management order.
As soon as SRAM get the inexperienced mild from the federal government, they may reschedule three Skilled Squash Affiliation tournaments in Kuala Lumpur.