SMK Seksyen 11 Look to Second Round
Posted on 14 April 2013
SHAH ALAM (14 April 2013) – After picking up just one point from seven matches in Group A, SMK Seksyen 11 of Selangor is looking to the second round of the Ministry of Education Under-17 League 2013 to put their campaign back on track.

SMK Seksyen 11 of Selangor (in all red kit) against SMK Mutiara Impian of Penang (in all blue kit)

Mohd Isnizam Mohamad, the chief coach said that the team has not been able to get their season on the right footing after several of their players got injured at the start of the year. And this week, they fell even in the doldrums when they conceded a 2-1 loss to SMK Mutiara Impian of Penang at the SMK 23 Mini Stadium.

"We have to look at making a comeback in the second round. The first round of the season is almost over where we only have on match to play for which is against SMK Putera of Kelantan next week,” said Isnizam.

“We lost some players at the end of last season and that was made worse when several others fell injured. We have to tried to move players around but there is not enough depth in the squad.

“But I think that we have made improvements where the friendlies in mid-week gave the lads better preparation for the weekend matches. So we are quite confident that we can pick up the points in the second round.”

And this week, Muhammad Jafri Firdaus gave SMK Mutiara Impian the lead early in the ninth minute before Noor Fahmizie Sabri replied for the home team in the 28th minute. But SMK Mutira Impian would have the last say in the tie when Muhammad Fitri Che Hassan struck the winner on 72 minute.

With the loss, SMK Seksyen 11 remain anchored at the bottom of Group A while SMK Mutiara Impian moved up to third at the standings. There are no changes to the top two positions as both defending champions SMK Tunku Anum of Kedah and second-placed SMK Bukit Nenas of Terengganu picked up the full points on the weekend.

SMK Tunku Anum won on the road as they edged the Gambang Sports School Under-15 team 2-1 while SMK Bukit Nenas also won by the same score line when they beat SMK Putera of Kelantan at home.

In the Minister of Education Under-14 Super League, SMK Mutiara Impian of Penang maintained their position at the top of the standings despite being held to a 1-1 draw by SMK Seksyen 11 of Selangor.

With the score tied at the break, Khairul Syaqir Imran Khairul Nuhairi gave SMK Seksyen the lead on 48 minute before SMK Mutira Impian fought back with the equaliser through Mohamad Shahle Yusoff in the 62nd minute.

After six matches, SMK Mutiara Impian has picked up 13 points while SMK Seksyen 11 is third with eight points.

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Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 3
SMK Seri Titiwangsa (KUALA LUMPUR) 4
SMK Bukit Nenas (TERENGGANU) 2
Gambang Sports School (U15) 1
SMK Tunku Anum (KEDAH) 2

SMK Seksyen 11 (SELANGOR) 1
SMK Mutiara Impian (PENANG) 2
SMK Seberang Temerloh (PAHANG) 1
SMK Syed Hassan (PERLIS) 3
SMK Tun Hussein Onn (JOHOR) 0
Bukit Jalil Sports School (U14) 1
SMK Gunung Rapat (PERAK) 2
Gambang Sports School (U14) 0
SMK Seri Kota (MELAKA) 2

Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 2
SMK Seri Titiwangsa (KUALA LUMPUR) 1
SMK Bukit Nenas (TERENGGANU) 2
SMK Seksyen 11 (SELANGOR) 1
SMK Mutiara Impian (PENANG) 1

SMK Seberang Temeroh (PAHANG) 0
SMK Syed Hassan (PERLIS) 1
SMK Tun Hussein Onn (JOHOR) 1
Gambang Sports School (U13) 3
SMK Seri Kota (MELAKA) 1
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