Winless SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin Need to Improve
Posted on 07 April 2013
KUALA LUMPUR (7 April 2013) – SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin of Sabah need to improve as they slumped to yet another disappointing weekend in the Ministry of Education Under-17 League 2013.

The Kota Kinabalu-based team was outplayed at home as they crashed to an 8-1 loss to SMK Syed Hassan of Perlis where after four matches; they have only picked up two points and are stranded at the bottom of Group B.

Anis Muzaffar Abdullah grabbed a hat-trick for SMK Syed Hassan with goals in the 49th, 72nd and 76th as Mohd Ashraf Jamaludin scored a brace in the 14th and 26th minute.

The remainder of the goals came off Mohd Izzuddin Ali (12th minute), Mohammad Syamirul Shahadidi (19th) and Mohd Naqiuddin Hilmi Ghazali (45th). SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin scored the only goal in the game off Hamilani Arajim in the 60th minute.

“We know that it is disappointing but we have to understand their situation as up till now, they have not been able to train at one particular venue as the school is still waiting for the handing over of their school field,” said Harmiles Daramin, the deputy chairman of the Ministry of Education Sports League.

“And this past year has been tough on the team where they have been like nomads, using any field which is available. And that has affected the team’s training and also their concentration.

“I believe that the official handover will be done sometime next month and we hope that they will make improvements from then on.”

While SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin will be looking forward to better times ahead, defending champions SMK Tunku Anum of Kedah continued on their winning run with a 5-1 thrashing of SMK Seksyen 11 of Selangor.

And what made the handsome win more spectacular was the fact that all five goals were scored by five different players - Isfarizul Emran Ismail in the 21st minute, Mohd Adib Abu Bakar (37th), Som Keat Praseart (43rd), Muhammmad Izafiq Ruzi (67th) and Faiz Hanif Adnan (75th).

SMK Seksyen 11’s scored the one goal off Muhammad Irfan Bakhtiar in the 52nd minute of play.

In the Minister of Education Under-14 League Cup, the younger SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin side fared no better than the older squad as they crashed to a 3-1 loss to SMK Syed Hassan of Perlis.

The loss was SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin’s fourth in a row.

All three goals for SMK Syed Hassan were scored by Muhammad Zafuan Azeman when he found the back of the net in the 8th, 17th and 70th as Mohd Saiful Abd Rahman scored the only goal for SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin in the 21st minute.

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Gambang Sports School (U15) 2
SMK Seri Titiwangsa (KUALA LUMPUR) 1
SMK Bukit Nenas (TERENGGANU) 4
SMK Mutiara Impian (PENANG) 2
SMK Tunku Anum (KEDAH) 5
SMK Seksyen 11 (SELANGOR) 1
SMK Gunung Rapat (PERAK) 1
SMK Seberang Temerloh (PAHANG) 0
SMK Tun Hussein Onn (JOHOR) 0

Bukit Jalil Sports School (U14) 3
SMK Seri Kota (MELAKA) 2
SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin (SABAH) 1
SMK Syed Hassan (PERLIS) 8


SMK Bukit Nenas (TERENGGANU) 0
SMK Mutiara Impian (PENANG) 1
SMK Tunku Anum (KEDAH) 4
SMK Seksyen 11 (SELANGOR) 0
SMK Tabuan Jaya (SARAWAK) 0

SMK Gunung Rapat (PERAK) 1
SMK Seberang Temeroh (PAHANG) 0
SMK Tun Hussein Onn (JOHOR) 0
SMK Datuk Peter Mojuntin (SABAH) 1
SMK Seri Kota (MELAKA) 3

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