SHARP-MALAY MAIL kept the Malaysian flag flying high in the Philippines
Cup tournament when they booked a place in the final by edging Chinese
Taipeh 1-0 at Bacalod City yesterday.
Reserve U. Subramaniam, who stood in for the injured Daniel
Sinnappan, was the toast of Sharp-Malay Mail yesterday when he scored in
the 28th minute.
It was an evenly contested match and Chinese Taipeh became more
aggressive after conceding the goal but the determined newspaper team
managed to hang on to register this win.
"It was a hard-earned win because Chinese Taipeh were all over us in
the second half but credit must be given to our players who stood firm,"
said Sharp-MM team convenor Tony Mariadass.
Sharp-Malay Mail will play either Brunei or Chinese Taipeh in the
final tomorrow. The two teams will play each other today to decide the