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Rintihan Rakyat Sabah dan <b>Sarawak</b>: Lagi anak Taib Mahmud <b>di</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 30 Aug 2011 05:21 PM PDT

Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib dijangka akan menggantikan adiknya Datuk Seri Sulaiman Taib bagi kerusi parlimen Kota Samarahan pada pilihan raya umum akan datang.

Mahmud (kiri), yang juga Timbalan Pengerusi Cahya Mata Sarawak, berkata bapa beliau, Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud yang juga Presiden PBB sudahpun mempunyai calon bagi kawasan itu tetapi belum mendedahkan identitinya.

"Ya, saya memang berminat dalam bidang politik tetapi Ketua Menteri belum memberikan apa-apa isyarat kepada saya setakat ini," katanya kepada pemberita pada rumah terbuka Aidilfitri anjuran Taib di Pusat Persidangan Borneo di Kuching.

Ketika ditanya sama ada beliau bersedia untuk menyahut cabaran sedemikian, Mahmud berkata, beliau sudahpun menganggotai PPB cawangan Kuching sejak berumur 19 tahun.

Minggu lalu, naib presiden kanan PBB Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hassan berkata Sulaiman merupakan antara anggota parlimen yang tidak akan bertanding pada pilihan raya umum akan datang.

Beliau berkata Sulaiman, yang dicalonkan di Kota Samarahan pada pilihan raya ke-12 pada tahun 2008 untuk menggantikan Taib, telah memberikan gambaran bahawa beliau tidak akan meminta untuk dicalonkan semula.

Sementara itu, Taib yang ditanya pemberita pada majlis itu berkata BN negeri akan melakukan yang terbaik pada pilihan raya itu.

Menurut beliau, jentera pilihan raya BN bersedia untuk diaktifkan pada bila-bila masa memandangkan ia baru sahaja menghadapi pilihan raya negeri pada 16 April lalu.

Pada pilihan raya umum 2008 yang hanya melibatkan kawasan parlimen di Sarawak, BN negeri memenangi 30 daripada 31 kerusi.

Bagaimanapun, jumlah itu berkurangan kepada 29 ketika ini apabila Richard Wong Ho Leng daripada DAP memenangi kerusi parlimen Sibu dalam satu pilihan raya kecil tahun lalu.- Bernama

Sibu, Kuching vie for Youth Boys crown | BorneoPost Online <b>...</b>

Posted: 02 Sep 2011 07:28 PM PDT

Posted on September 3, 2011, Saturday

KUCHING: Kuching staved off a spirited challenge from Bintulu to win 72-55 in the semi-finals of the Youth Boys competition of the Liew Kuet Kiong Cup 43rd Sarawak Open and 19th Youth (Under 16) Basketball Championship at MBKS Indoor Stadium at pending here yesterday.

TAKING FLIGHT: Sibu's national cager Su Leh King on his way to score as Samarahan's Okawa Bong (left) and Thian Jing Jie could only watch during the Youth Boys semi-final yesterday. Sibu won 73-51. — Photo by Davidson Kho

They will now battle Sibu in today's final after the latter thumped Samarahan 73-51 in the other semi-final.

It was a touch-and-go affair in the game between Kuching and Bintulu and the host team could only enjoy a two-point lead at end of the first quarter at 16-14.

Bintulu then tightened up their defence to hold Kuching 29-29 at half-time.

Kuching, led by national youth cager Byran Sim Yik Way, stepped up the pace in the third quarter to lead by 10 points (52-42) and with better passing and shooting skills, they destroyed Bintulu for a 17-point victory.

Alvin Lau top scored for Kuching with 15 points while a closely marked Bryan Sim contributed 10 points, Fan Chee Hui had 12 points and Chang Yu Yii 11 points.

Bintulu's top scorer was Kelvin Lau with 14 points.

It was a different scenario in the other semi-final where a more organised and solid Sibu team had little problem to lead Samarahan 23-14 in the first quarter, 40-24 in the second quarter and 58-40 in third quarter.

Earlier, in the play-off for fourth and fifth placings, Miri beat Sarikei 89-80.

Today's other finals will see Kuching A taking on Kuching B in the Women's Open final, while Kuching is expected to meet Sibu in the Men's Open final.

The host team has six points from three wins in the five-team contest based on league format and they should have no problem in overcoming Samarahan in their final league match later yesterday while Sibu is also expected to beat Miri in the other league match.

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