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Selangor civil servants must lead healthy lifestyle

BY NAZLI IBRAHIM

SHAH ALAM, OCT 30: The civil servants in the state are encouraged to practice a healthy lifestyle by being active any sports.

Youth, Sports, Culture and Entrepreneur Development Exco, Amirudin Shari said Kelab SUK’s effort to organise various sports competition is much apperaciated.


“Congratulations to Kelab SUK. These kinds of activities are most welcomed as I want to encourage a healthy lifestyle, particularly for government employees to be involved in sports and to strengthen rapport and bond between them.

“I believe such activities can encourage collaboration and healthy lifestyle among civil servants in Selangor,” he told SelangorKini at the 2017 Selangor State Secretary’s Department, Sukan Perdana Football Championship 2017 at the Shah Alam Stadium last night.

He said besides the Kelab SUK’s competition, he will also organise competition involving all departments in Selangor.

“The football match tonight is organised by the SUK Club. Soon, there will be football matches involving the Sports Exco and departmets throughout Selangor. So far, there are 20 teams such as the SUK, local authorities, JKR and JPS who wish to participate in the match that will start on November 4,” he said.

He added that Kelab SUK’s initiative to invite Selangor players in the Invitation Match between Kelab SUK’s Choice and Amiruddin’s Choice has strengthened relationship between Selangor Government and the veteran players.

Among the players involved in the interlude match were Azman Adnan, M Chandran, Karim Pin, Santokh Singh, Liew Kit Kong, Hardi Jaafar and Safee Sali.

The interesting match ended with Amirudin’s Choice winning ahead of SUK Club Choice with a 4-0 goal.

Liew Kit Kong had scored two goals while Hardi Jaafar and Ahmad Faridzul Ahmad Fadhil scored one goal each.

Meanwhile, in the football finals, the Cobra team beat the Viper with a 2-1 score.

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