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Thursday, May 27, 2004
Ahtung Tenggara 136!!!
Paintballers shoot for top spot at event
By CHOW HOW BAN
PAINTBALLERS ready, barrel socks off, safety off and go!” With these shouted commands, two teams of paintballers sprinted onto the field at Dataran Kemerdekaan, Section 14, Shah Alam, last Sunday.
This was all part of the Selangor leg of the Road to Malaysian Paintball Circuit tournament.
A total of 32 teams participated in the first leg of the national tournament, which aims to unearth new talents and the champions will represent Malaysia at the 7 Man Paintball World Cup to be held from June 30 to July 4 in Toulouse, France.
At the first leg in Shah Alam, team Desert Fox led by Gary Lee Hoong Liang won with 108 points. Second place went to Guns & Bruises led by Raja Anor Shah from Xtionpaintball.
They will represent the central region in the Malaysian Paintball Circuit to be held in Kuala Lumpur in mid-June.
The Malaysian Paintball Circuit is organised by the Malaysian Paintball Association.
Association president Azizul Rah-man said the competition was to identify players involved in the sport to represent their respective regions at the Malaysian Paintball Circuit.
He said the other legs would be held at the northern, southern and eastern regions.
“The top two teams from the Malaysian Paintball Circuit will represent Malaysia at the Paintball world Cup in Toulouse,” he said.
He said most participants in the Selangor leg were regular paintball players who knew the game well.
Azizul said the sport had developed into a spectator's game as well when it moved from the woods to open-air arenas where spectators could watch.
He said the association was formed in December last year and its objective was to further popularise the sport among Malaysians.
State executive councillor Datuk Ahmad Nawawi Md Zin launched the competition in Selangor, while state executive councillor Datuk Abdul Rahman Palil presented the prizes.
The paintball sport has been a competitive game at the international level for the past 10 years. It is ranked as the third most popular extreme sport.