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I Games of The Melayu Olympiad (IC - RP/ROSTER/RESULT)

Postby Pemecutan » Sun Feb 21, 2021 6:38 pm



This is the IC thread for I Games of The Melayu Olympiad or unofficially known as I GOTMO. Accepted delegations are hereby able to post their delegation roster, name of officials, national anthem, flag bearer and other RP in this thread. Please noted that posted in this thread is strictly In-Character. Information about host cities, event details, the venues and of course event result are also posted here by the hosts.

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About the Country

Pemecutan, officially United Kingdom of Pemecutan is an island nation located in south central of the region Melayu Archipelago. Have no land border with any other country but it shares a maritime border with a number of countries such as Eraman, Suvarnadvipa, Southern Palm Islands and Sharktail. With an area of 30,000 km2 and a population of 12.6 millions (2010 census), the country is quite dense. It is a unitary parliamentary elective monarchy with the current Head of State is lead by King Mangu XI from State of Kanginan. It is consists of 6 states, Tambangan, Ulunusa, Kauripan, Jimbarwana, Kanginan and Soracana Islands and also 2 Federal Cities, Pemecutan Puri and Batubulan.

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About the City

For I Games of The Melayu Olympiad, Pemecutan is team up with their neighbor, Sharktail. The capital, Pemecutan Puri is selected as the co-host for the event. The city is established in 1951 following the creation of a capital city for the new country, Giri Federation, the predecessor of Pemecutan. It was created by merging the old capital, Tegeh Kori with the surrounding villages and it was named Tegeh Kori, based on its main village. It was change it's name in 1978 into Pemecutan Puri following the creation of Pemecutan in 1966. A major change was happen in 2020 as the country is going through a huge Administrative Reorganization. The capital, Pemecutan Puri is also being affected. After this process, Pemecutan Puri is enlarged almost fourth its previous size with the population doubling.

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Pemecutan Puri or Puri for short (officially Federal City of Pemecutan Puri) is the capital and the second largest city in Pemecutan. Located in the confluence of Pacung and Apuan River, both are top 10 longest rivers in the country, Pemecutan Puri has long been the site of former and ancient capital of the area. The city has 279 km2 in area with more than 800,000 population making it among the densely populated cities in the country and in the region. After the 2020 Reorganization, Puri can be divided into 3 districts and 50 villages. The 3 districts are Tegeh Kori, Celagigendong and Pemeregan.

The Venues

As Pemecutan Puri is the co-host, most of the venues for the events are located within the city limit. The main venue is Tegeh Kori Sports Complex. Built in 1956, Tegeh Kori Sports Complex is an integrated sports facilities located in Tegal Arum village, Pemecutan Puri. It is the oldest sports facility in the country is also the most complex in the country. The main venue is Tegeh Kori Stadium with its 40,000 capacity. Home for Pemecutan National Football Team and also Pesepur Pemecutan Puri. Another 3 venues from the sports complex are also selected as the events venue. They are Segaramadu Aquatic Center, Yowana Mandala Stadium and Giri Arena. There are 2 other venues that are located in Pemecutan Puri although outside Tegeh Kori Sports Complex. Karanganyar Stadium in Karangananyar village and Celagi Tennis Park in Celagigendong district. Other selected venues are Lake Pacung (Pemedilan), Mandala Krida Stadium (Tambapuri) and Jematang Marina Waterfront (Jematang).

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Most of the venues are existing venues with some works needed for small maintenance of the facilities. Here are the detail information of the venues;

Venue
Location
Sport
Capacity
Tegeh Kori National StadiumTegeh Kori Sports Complex,
Tegeh Kori District, Pemecutan Puri
Opening Ceremony, Archery
40,000
Segaramadu Aquatic CenterTegeh Kori Sports Complex,
Tegeh Kori District, Pemecutan Puri
Swimming, Diving
16,000
Giri ArenaTegeh Kori Sports Complex,
Tegeh Kori District, Pemecutan Puri
Gymnastic
8,000
Yowana Mandala StadiumTegeh Kori Sports Complex,
Tegeh Kori District, Pemecutan Puri
Basketball, Sepaktakraw
6,000
Karanganyar StadiumTegeh Kori District, Pemecutan PuriBoxing, Basketball 3x3
6,000
Celagi Tennis ParkCelagigendong District, Pemecutan PuriTennis
10,000
(Main Court)
Tirta Tawar Aquatic ParkPemeregan District, Pemecutan PuriArtistic Swimming, Water Polo
10,000
Mandala Krida StadiumTambapuri District, TambapuriBasketball, Sepaktakraw
8,000
Lake Pacung Water ParkPemedilan District, PemedilanRowing
10,000
Jematang Marina WaterfrontAbasan District, JematangSwimming (Marathon)
12,000


Transportation and Accommodation

As an island country, foreigners can come to the country from air or sea. The main airport of the country is Puri International Airport which located in the capital about 13 km from the city center. By sea, there are numerous seaport where foreigners can select based on their destination is. For this event, Puri International Airport is prepared to accept delegations and officials from all over the region. All of the athletes and officials are given a special entry visa to ease their enter to the country. For country that wants to enter Pemecutan via sea, they can bounded from their home seaport into Jematang Port which is the closest passenger seaport to connect to the capital. After arriving at Jematang Port, they will be escorted to the capital via bus or train.

The organizer has prepare Tegeh Kori Athlete Village as the main accommodation for the athletes and officials. The apartment complex can house 2,000 athletes and officials. This accommodation is located in Tegeh Kori Sports Complex where most of the events are held. For events outside Tegeh Kori Sports Complex, the organizer is preparing a shuttle bus where the athletes and officials can use. These buses have a special timeline and route which is in coincidence with all the events outside of Tegeh Kori Sports Complex so it doesn't bound with the local bus timetable. For back up accommodation, the organizer is preparing several hotels for the athletes and officials where they can stay there for free (as all the accommodations are covered by the organizer). These accommodation includes, D'Uma Puri Hotel & Resorts, The Bale Jematang Hotel, Tambapuri Jineng Hotels, EcoZen Dangin Kori Boutique Hotel, Tambangan Focus by UBJ-Bluethorn and others. For spectators and fans, there are also a wide range of hotels and accommodations across the city from backpacker type accommodation to 5-stars hotel.

The organizer is always preparing the meal for the athletes and officials which are staying at Tegeh Kori Athlete Village. Halal foods and vegetarian menu are also in the menu to give a wider selection for the athletes and officials reside at Tegeh Kori Athlete Village. For spectators and fans, the city is packed with numerous cafes and restaurants with a wide range of selection. From local taste restaurants to international franchise. For sightseeing, the spectators can venture into Campuhan area (Campuhan, Campuhan Kangin, Campuhan Kauh, Ulun Subak, Subak Abian and Tegal Gede villages). These villages are known for their entertainment centers including cafes, restaurants, theaters, art centers, museums and of course shopping centers. The city is also home for several historical buildings where the spectators can visits. These includes Tegeh Kori Palace, Karanganyar Palace, Ukiran Palace, Campuhan Palace, Jagadnatha Temple, Campuhan Avenue, Celagi Castle, Pemeregan Castle, etc.

Provisional Schedule in Pemecutan

  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Match Day 1
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Play-in (Zodis Ceres vs Eraman)
  • OPENING CEREMONY
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's 3m Springboard Preliminary
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's 3m Springboard Preliminary
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Backstroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Backstroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 4x200m Freestyle Relay Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Men's Play-in (Central Shaneville vs Eraman)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Women's Play-in (Central Shaneville vs Eraman)
  • BOXING - Men's Flyweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Lightweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Light Heavyweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Heavyweight Preliminary Match
  • GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE - Men's Preliminary
  • GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE - Women's Preliminary
  • ROWING - Men's Single Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Men's Double Sculls Heat
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Match Day 2
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Match Day 1
  • TENNIS - Men's Single First Round
  • TENNIS - Women's Single First Round
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's 10m Platform Preliminary
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's 10m Platform Preliminary
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's 3m Springboard Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's 3m Springboard Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Breaststroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Breaststroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 400m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 400m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Backstroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Backstroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Men's Match Day 1
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Women's Match Day 1
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Play-in (Acastanha vs Central Shaneville)
  • BOXING - Men's Featherweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Welterweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Middleweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Men's Super Heavyweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Women's Flyweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Women's Featherweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Women's Lightweight Preliminary Match
  • GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE - Men's Individual Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - TRAMPOLINE - Women's Individual Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Single Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Men's Double Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Single Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Double Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Pair Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Pair Heat
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Match Day 3
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Match Day 2
  • TENNIS - Men's Single Second Round
  • TENNIS - Women's Single Second Round
  • TENNIS - Men's Double First Round
  • TENNIS - Women's Double First Round
  • TENNIS - Mixed Double First Round
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's 10m Platform Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's 10m Platform Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Men's Synchronized 10m Platform Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - DIVING - Women's Synchronized 10m Platform Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Butterfly Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Butterfly Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 800m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 800m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Breaststroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Breaststroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 400m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 400m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Men's Match Day 2
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Women's Match Day 2
  • BASKETBALL - Men's Match Day 1
  • BASKETBALL - Women's Match Day 1
  • BASKETBALL - Men's 3x3 Match Day 1
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Match Day 1
  • BOXING - Men's Featherweight Play-Off
  • BOXING - Men's Welterweight Play-Off
  • BOXING - Men's Middleweight Play-Off
  • BOXING - Men's Super Heavyweight Play-Off
  • BOXING - Women's Welterweight Preliminary Match
  • BOXING - Women's Middleweight Preliminary Match
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Preliminary
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual Preliminary
  • ROWING - Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Lightweight Double Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Four Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Four Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Single Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Double Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Pair Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Pair Repechage
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Match Day 4
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Match Day 3
  • TENNIS - Men's Single Third Round
  • TENNIS - Women's Single Third Round
  • TENNIS - Men's Double Second Round
  • TENNIS - Women's Double Second Round
  • TENNIS - Mixed Double Second Round
  • AQUATICS - ARTISTIC SWIMMING - Men's Duet Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - ARTISTIC SWIMMING - Women's Duet Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Backstroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Backstroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Breaststroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Breaststroke Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Butterfly Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Butterfly Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 800m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 800m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Men's Semi Final
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Women's Semi Final
  • BASKETBALL - Men's Match Day 2
  • BASKETBALL - Women's Match Day 2
  • BASKETBALL - Men's 3x3 Match Day 2
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Match Day 2
  • BOXING - Men's Flyweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Lightweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Light Heavyweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Heavyweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Women's Flyweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Women's Featherweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Women's Lightweight Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Floor Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Pommel Horse Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Rings Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual Vault Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual Uneven Bars Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Quadruple Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Quadruple Sculls Heat
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Eight Heat
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Eight Heat
  • ROWING - Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Lightweight Double Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Four Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Four Repechage
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Semi Final
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Semi Final
  • TENNIS - Men's Single Semi Final
  • TENNIS - Women's Single Semi Final
  • TENNIS - Men's Double Semi Final
  • TENNIS - Women's Double Semi Final
  • TENNIS - Mixed Double Semi Final
  • AQUATICS - ARTISTIC SWIMMING - Men's Team Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - ARTISTIC SWIMMING - Women's Team Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Butterfly Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Butterfly Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Backstroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Backstroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Breaststroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Breaststroke Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Women's Final (Medal)
  • ARCHERY - Men's Individual Preliminary
  • ARCHERY - Women's Individual Preliminary
  • BASKETBALL - Men's Match Day 3
  • BASKETBALL - Women's Match Day 3
  • BASKETBALL - Men's 3x3 Match Day 3
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Match Day 3
  • BOXING - Men's Featherweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Welterweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Middleweight Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Super Heavyweight Semi Final
  • [b]BOXING - Women's Welterweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Women's Middleweight Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Vault Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Parallel Bar Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual Horizontal Bar Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual Balance Beam Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual Floor Apparatus Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Quadruple Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Quadruple Sculls Repechage
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Eight Repechage
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Eight Repechage
  • ROWING - Men's Single Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Double Sculls Final (Medal)
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Men's Final (Medal)
  • TENNIS - Men's Single Final (Medal)
  • TENNIS - Women's Single Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 50m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 50m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 1500m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 1500m Freestyle Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Butterfly Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Butterfly Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 100m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 100m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 4x100m Medley Relay Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - WATER POLO - Men's Final (Medal)
  • ARCHERY - Men's Individual Final (Medal)
  • ARCHERY - Women's Individual Final (Medal)
  • BASKETBALL - Men's Semi Final
  • BASKETBALL - Women's Semi Final
  • BOXING - Men's Flyweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Lightweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Light Heavyweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Heavyweight Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Individual All-Around Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Individual All-Around Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Men's Team All-Around Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - ARTISTIC - Women's Team All-Around Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Single Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Double Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Pair Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Pair Final (Medal)
  • SEPAKTAKRAW - Women's Final (Medal)
  • TENNIS - Men's Double Final (Medal)
  • TENNIS - Women's Double Final (Medal)
  • TENNIS - Mixed Double Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Individual Medley Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Individual Medley Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 400m Individual Medley Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 400m Individual Medley Heat
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 50m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 50m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 1500m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 1500m Freestyle Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 4x100m Medley Relay Final (Medal)
  • ARCHERY - Men's Team Final (Medal)
  • ARCHERY - Women's Team Final (Medal)
  • BASKETBALL - Men's 3x3 Semi Final
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Semi Final
  • BASKETBALL - Men's Final (Medal)
  • BASKETBALL - Women's Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Featherweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Welterweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Middleweight Final (Medal)
  • BOXING - Men's Super Heavyweight Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Men's Individual Preliminary
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Women's Individual Preliminary
  • ROWING - Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Lightweight Double Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Four Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Four Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 200m Individual Medley Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 200m Individual Medley Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 400m Individual Medley Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 400m Individual Medley Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay Final (Medal)
  • BASKETBALL - Men's 3x3 Final (Medal)
  • BASKETBALL - Women's 3x3 Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Men's Individual Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Women's Individual Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Quadruple Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Quadruple Sculls Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Men's Coxless Eight Final (Medal)
  • ROWING - Women's Coxless Eight Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Men's 10000m Marathon Final (Medal)
  • AQUATICS - SWIMMING - Women's 10000m Marathon Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Men's Team Final (Medal)
  • GYMNASTICS - RHYTHMIC - Women's Team Final (Medal)
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Postby Sharktail » Sun Feb 21, 2021 6:41 pm

About the Country

Sharktail, officially The Sultanate of Sharktail is a small island country in the Melayu Archipelago with a population of 5,680,760. It lies south of Samudera Darussalam in the Melayu Mainland and the island nation of Eraman, west of Pemecutan and north of Southern Palm Islands.

Blue is the national colour of Sharktail and it is represented in the national flag. The colour of blue symbolizes the sea as it plays a major part in Sharktail culture.

Red is the official royal colour of Sharktail and it is represented with a red star in the national flag. Red will be worn by the royals in an official ceremony and the citizens are required to wear red when the country is mourning.

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About the City

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Kota Lama is one of the most well known city among the tourist and global. It because of this city involvement in International Sport. Kota Lama is one of the unique places in Sharktail and is the second most important city in Sharktail. If you think about Sharktail for a while, the Kota Lama is a city that is often used by the government and outsiders to organize events. Basically, the Kota Lama was the capital of the Sharktail in the past. Before the advancement of Kota Sultan, the capital for the present Sharktail, Kota Lama was the center of government. All meetings, international gatherings, including the Sultan's official residence are here. After the capital was transferred to Kota Sultan, Kota Lama was not left alone. Kota Lama was later developed as a tourist attraction. The only airport in Sharktail, Kota Lama National Airport has been upgraded to have more modern infrastructure facilities. Apart from that, the city of Kota Lama is also intensifying efforts to further develop Kota Lama. To keep the city a tourist attraction, several overseas companies are offered to expand their markets here.

The main focus of development in Kota Lama since the end of this period is to upgrade and increase international sports facilities. Among the results that can be seen from this development plan is the construction of the Sharktail Football Complex as well as the Stadium Biru which was completed before the World Cup qualifiers 86. Development continued with the demolition of Pekan Sejati Badminton Hall and was built on the same site, a new badminton hall and the Sharktail Badminton Academy. Among the improvements made is the increase in the number of badminton courts from two to four in addition to the use of court surfaces that meet international standards. The Badminton Hall was later named the Mahkota Badminton Hall which was inspired by Tengku Muhammad Hazim. The third project for the development of Kota Lama Sports City which has just been completed recently is the Sultan Ahmad Burhan Sports Complex, his father to Sultan Ahmad Ikram. The complex, which was built 15 years ago during the reign of Sultan Burhan, is now equipped with complete facilities such as volleyball halls, tennis courts, taekwondo halls, boxing halls and swimming pools. The complex is also equipped with complete training facilities for athletes in athletics.

The Venues



[align=center]Venue
Location
Sport
Capacity
Kota Lama Athletic ArenaBatas Pecah District, Kota Lama.Closing Ceremony, Athletic
50,000
Mahkota Badminton Hall,
Sultan Ahmad Burhan Sport Complexs, Pekan Buru, Kota Lama
Badminton
8,500
Dewan Permata, Sultan Ahmad Burhan Sport ComplexSultan Ahmad Burhan Sport Complexs, Pekan Buru, Kota LamaJudo
4,000
Volleyball HallSultan Ahmad Burhan Sport Complexs, Pekan Buru, Kota LamaIndoor Volleyball
7,000
Stadium BiruJerami Sport City, Kota LamaFootball(Final only)
70,000
Kota Lama ParkBatu Cangkuk District,Kota LamaFootball
30,000
Tasik PutihJerami District, Kota LamaCanoeing
open
Pantai Pasir BiruPasir Biru District, Kota LamaBeach Volleyball
7,000
Kota Sultan ArenaPekan Cherana, Kota SultanFootball
25,000
Stadium National Seri MerantiPekan Bisik, Kuala TownFootball
26,000
Lembah GunungPerai Bubu CityCycling
open side the road


Transportation and Accommodation



Of course what is in question to all is the convenience of accommodation and transportation to all. For the organization of large-scale tournaments like this, of course it will require careful research. The Olympic Sharktail federation has done its best to ensure everything goes smoothly. For the accommodation of the athletes, Straw Sport City will be the main accommodation center for the contingent. All preparations have been completed including accommodation, gym center facilities for each contingent and various other needs. For accommodation outside Lamapula City, the Olympic team is working with Sharktail's leading domestic hotel chain, Dani Inn to provide accommodation facilities in other cities involved. In addition, in terms of nutrition, the Olympic Sharktail will conduct a daily inspection every time the food is served to ensure the level of cleanliness and quality and avoid any problems arise. For services to the stadium, each contingent will be taken to the venue by bus provided at their accommodation according to their respective countries.

Not to be forgotten in the line of visitors, Dani Inn has provided room rental facilities throughout the tournament. All Dani Inn hotel chains will provide the best service for all visitors both from within the country and abroad. To avoid congestion, in line with the organization of prestigious sports, the Olympic team launched the campaign 'Let's Practice a Healthy Lifestyle'. Visitors are encouraged to walk while entering the competition venue zone as well as bicycles for rent at very cheap prices.
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Postby Central Shaneville » Mon Feb 22, 2021 7:16 am

CENTRAL SHANEVILLE LOOK AHEAD TO "NEW ADVENTURES"
Central Shaneville's sporting history on an international level so far has been nothing to write home about as the island nation continues to look for a sport they can do well in, this is partly the reason the Shaneville Sports Association put forward the delegation saying "We look forward to these games and with not many nations we predict a very close few weeks of competition."

Elsewhere in Central Shaneville - the athletes are training hard and the domestic sports programme continues to take shape even though it seems to change every year for reasons the Shaneville Sports Association have not stated, despite this (like at many multi-sport events) some athletes have commited to more than one sport during these games which the SSA believe will encourage the people of Central Shaneville to get active, there is also definitely a youthful side to this delegation over experience.

Now with all that being said, lets have a look at the delegation that Central Shaneville will bring.
ATHLETICS - 100m, 200m and 110m Hurdles
We start with the Athletics events and over in Central Shaneville there are two household names known for their, at times, almost superhuman speed over short distances those being Jordan Berry and Georgina Adam, the two are joined by Max Popple - a protege of the Central Shaneville sports academy, Popple is unproven in a big event situation however wants to do well and maybe even outperform his teammates.

Central Shaneville have also stuck too a short distance training programme meaning we wont see any field events or long distance runs from the delegation as Athletics is not a "top-tier" sport in Central Shaneville according to the SSA.

BASKETBALL
Central Shaneville will utilize their International Basketball Cup 30 squad which scored some big wins in the tournament despite exiting the tournament in the group stage, the men's team looks like this.
Starting Squad
PG - Trey Monroe
SG - Karl Anderson
C - Timmy Hansen
SF - Zlatan Ekstrom
PF - Joe Powell

Reserves
SG - Taylor van Ginsburg
C - Jorge Pedrosa
SF - Jamie Whincup
PF - Mattias Garcia
PG - Kevin Hansen

The Men's 3x3 team looks like this
- Trey Monroe
- Timmy Hansen
- Zlatan Ekstrom

Basketball is an established sport in Central Shaneville following their moderate success in the IBC30 tournament with a womens team even being created for these games to see if the sport's popularity can reach even more people.

The Women's squad looks like this with Macleod, Morrisson and Newgarden taking part in the 3v3 tournament.
PG - Rebecca Macleod
SG - Marcella McCarthy
C - Christine Morrisson
SF - Ashley Newgarden
PF - Brooklyn Taylor

Whilst the womens team is a massive unknown, the people of Central Shaneville will definitely try and get behind them once they step out onto the court.

CYCLING
Cycling is another sport in Central Shaneville that has yet to take off in popularity but has a cult following hense why the island nation is bringing athletes to both
road and track disciplines in this tournament with Kevin Long and Dave McCormick taking the road cycling duties in the Road Race and Time Trial whilst
Jack Lawton, Owain Cottam, Shane Wray and Sam Wray will take the fight to the other nations on the track with the Keirin, Omnium, Sprint, Team Pursuit and
Team Sprint events all on the agenda for the Central Shaneville Track Cycling team.

FOOTBALL
Football is one of the biggest sports in Central Shaneville and just like in Basketball - a new womens team has been created in Football in Central Shaneville and again they aim to do well, however the big story comes from the men's team
who are in a bit of a mess right now following manager Jay Bucks' failure at the World Cup to keep up his promises of qualifying to the board. Bucks, a controversial figure around the
world, says he will leave the team if the Central Shaneville men's team dont put on a "good enough" performance at this tournament (he has said this many times before and never
followed through with it making the team question what his true goals actually are.)

The men's team remains unchanged from their World Cup Qualifying campaign:
COACH/MANAGER: Jay Bucks
ASSISTANT MANAGER: Cam Meister
PHYSIO/DOCTOR: Stephen Hyde
TYPICAL FORMATION: 4-4-2

MAIN LINEUP
GK - James Penford
LB - Luke Graham
CB - Danny Weaire
CB - Anthony Wessels
RB - Brandon Ekins
CAM - Danny Staniar
CAM - Shane Wray
LW - Spencer Owen
RW - Sam Wray
ST - David Vujanic
ST - Josh Smith

RESERVES/SUBS
GK - Jordan Berry
D - Lewis Young
D - Tommy Vance
M - Daniel Cutting
M - Olly Kenyon
M - Jeff Shreeves
F - Taylor Anderson

Central Shaneville is also known for its football "Waving Flag" walk on song which makes them unique in a way.

JUDO
Another "background" sport in Central Shaneville, the martial arts scene is definitely limited hense why the nation only brought forward two competitors from a wide range of people, those being Lewis Young and Mollie Martyn - Young is known throughout Central Shaneville for his short kickboxing career however Judo is very different but Young says he is confident he can go toe to toe with the best in the game if he puts his mind to it.

ROWING
Some say that rowing is the worst sport out there and that its boring and stuff like that however, like many nations, Central Shaneville doesn't see that way and neither do Mattias Kristoffersson and Sebastien Neuville who will take to the water in the Single and Double Sculls events, Rowing in Central Shaneville is another developing sport with Rowing clubs becoming an ever so popular past time in the summer.

SEPAKTAKRAW
A practically non existant sport in Central Shaneville, despite this the island nation is putting forward a mens and womens team as the SSA said "We continually look for new sports, we don't know how good we are at something until we try it." so with this being a sort of experiment how serious will the Central Shaneville teams be and can they even scratch the surface of this sport?

TENNIS
Alot of Central Shaneville tennis players have previously featured in tournaments like the Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia, all with limited success but that doesn't stop them coming to these games to prove themselves against other neighbouring nations - Joe Crawford springs to mind when looking at the tennis team as he represented Central Shaneville in 2 winter olympic games, he says "By winter im a Skiier/snowboarder but by spring/summer im a tennis player."

VOLLEYBALL
Indoor Volleyball is another practically unknown sport in Central Shaneville as the Shaneville Sports Association continues its experimental programme to try and boost the domestic sport calendar of the nation, sadly as not much Volleyball is played in Central Shaneville at this present moment not alot can be said about this event.

WATER POLO
Water Polo is a sport that is played in Central Shaneville and the people love it as games in Central Shaneville tend to be quite aggressive and action packed which is entertaining to say the least, once again a mens and womens team have been selected and are ready to take on the games.

And with that there is a look at the Central Shaneville delegation, be sure to stay tuned as this relatively unknown team begins "a journey of self discovery."
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Postby Eraman » Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:37 pm

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THE KINGDOM OF ERAMAN
THE ERAMAN (ERM) DELEGATION TO THE I GAMES OF THE MELAYU OLYMPIAD


BASIC INFORMATION
Nation: The Kingdom of Eraman
Trigram: ERM
Demonym: Eramanian
National Anthem: My Homeland Eraman
Official Broadcaster: Radio Television Eraman
Flag Bearer: Rawa Aksara (Aquatic, Canoeing, Sailing)

Men's (1 team)
Eraman;ERM;50


STARTERS:
PG: Belalang Hitam, 30
SG: Hyang Punta, 33
SF: Nasa Jaya, 35
PF: Bala Nusa, 33
C: Dharma Kirti, 34

BENCH:
PG: Samara Wira, 28
SG: Vamsa Tilaka, 31
SF: Pramoda Wardani, 33
PF: Chaya Sindok, 33
C: Cudaman Cura, 36

Women's (1 team)
Eraman;ERM;50


STARTERS:
PG: Cempaka Wikra, 32
SG: Dara Aspura, 32
SF: Mawar Akin, 34
PF: Embun Badul, 31
C: Patma Sari, 30

BENCH:
PG: Putih Asmara, 29
SG: Dahlia Dana, 30
SF: Madu Pelita, 32
PF: Restu Cakra, 31
C: Dewi Piara, 30


Men's (1 team)
Eraman;ERM;50


Head Coach: Sembara Bunian

GOALKEEPER
GK: Alza Perdana, 22, Royal Daulapura

Bench:
GK, Bima Sakti, 23, Anara
GK, Aris Watan, 22, Damaisari

DEFENDERS
DR: Along Widana, 21, Royal Daulapura
DL: Bungsu Wijaya, 22, Royal Daulapura
DC: Sami Pekerti, 22, Royal Daulapura
DC: Andik Kesum, 22, Anara

Bench
DR, Bono Kara, 22, Anara
DL, Uri Kesiman, 23, Anara
DC, Ken Dimas, 22, Royal Daulapura
DC, Made Seniman, 23, Mitra

MIDFIELDERS
DMC: Ali Aji, 23, Royal Daulapura
MC: Soni Bumi, 22, Anara
MC: Paka Chun, 23, Royal Daulapura

Bench:
DMC, Lami Koloa, 22, Damaisari
MC, Alam Buana, 21, Royal Daulapura
MC, Sueto Bilis, 22, Royal Baktipura
MC, Mardi Dunia, 23, Royal Daulapura

FORWARD
AMR: Mulia Suci, 23, Siasari
AML: Era Hitam, 23, Royal Daulapura
ST: Putra Daulapura Wikra Petara, 23, Royal Daulapura

Bench:
AML, Adiputra Surya, 23, Damaisari
ST, Dava Kudrat, 23, Royal Arupura

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Postby Eraman » Wed Feb 24, 2021 4:11 pm

GOTMO 1.1: THE TARGET


The first Games of The Melayu Olympiad is a historical event. It is the first time a region-wide multi-discipline sports event is held in Melayu Archipelago. 10 nations from across the region will participate.

The participating nations are the 3 giants of northern Melayu mainland; Acastanha, Sendhang, and Zodis Ceres, the southern and easternmost country in the region, Central Shaneville, the 4 former ancient Sripala kingdom states; Eraman, Pemecutan, Sharktail, and Southern Palm Islands from the southern archipelago as well as its neighbors, Bucklin and Kencana.

The prime minister, Tun Sengalang Petara had set the target of topping the medal tally of the I Games of The Melayu Olympiad. Is it possible?

There is no record to compare with as it is the first time this event is held but Eraman had participated in 2 Olympics before. They did well in their debut in the Free Republics winning 8 gold, 3 silver, and 6 bronze medals finishing 15th in the medal tally. Eraman was the best Melayu Archipelago nation in Free Republics.

Their second participation in the Olympics was in Banija and Liventia. They only managed to get 2 gold, 6 silver, and 10 bronze medals finishing 39th in the medal tally. Eraman was the second-best Melayu Archipelago nation in Banija and Liventia behind Pemecutan who won 3 gold, 4 silver, and 5 bronze medals.

So is it possible? Yes, it is very much possible but their main challenger will be the host nation itself and their neighbor, Pemecutan. Other nations that might put a challenge on the medal tally are Acastanha, Sharktail, Sendhang, and Zodis Ceres. The rest of the participating nations; Bucklin, Central Shaneville, Kencana and Southern Palm Islands are not expected to top the medal tally as they had sent a small delegation.
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Postby Pemecutan » Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:58 pm

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UNITED PEMECUTAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
DETAIL DELEGATION OF PEMECUTAN


BASIC INFORMATION
Official Name: United Kingdom of Pemecutan
Common Name: Pemecutan
Trigram: PCU
Head of State: King Mangu X of Kanginan
Head of Government: Patih Agung Ngurah Agung Kusumajaya
Ministry of Tourism, Youth and Sports: Ngurah Agung Adi Prabawa
Head of Delegation: Putu Juni Artawan
Official Broadcaster: Giri Broadcasting Company (GBC)
Flag Bearer: Gede Adi Jayadi (Rowing)



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Management Information
Manager: Komang Panca Septiawan
Head Coach: Agus Pambudi
Assistant Coach: Made Dwi Partha
Medic Head: Ngurah Agung Yudana

The Players
No   Players               Age    Pos    Club
1 Komang Agus Satriawan 30 C Pedungan
2 Reihan Karyadi 26 C Sebelanga
15 Made Putra Ananda 25 C Balun
7 Darma Putrajaya 24 PF Sebelanga
6 Oka Satriaguna 25 PF Penyaringan
4 Indra Giri Putra 23 PF Titih
9 Gede Weda Darmawan 27 SF Binoh
3 Kadek Artha Sanjaya 27 SF Pedungan
12 Hasan Ibrahim 24 SF Titih
13 Restu Septiandi 27 SG Balun
8 Seto Hadi Wijaya 23 SG Pemogan
10 Jaya Kusuma 22 SG Penyaringan
5 Wisnu Wibawa 24 PG Binoh
11 Putu Bagus Wirawan 23 PG Titih
14 Nuraiman Sastra Wijaya 28 PG Pemogan
Starting Line Up in Blue

The Jersey
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Away Jersey
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The National Team
Management Team
Manager: Agung Suryanantha
Head Coach: Surya Agung Pramana
Assistant Coach: Eka Putra Pradnyana
Goalkeeper Coach: Damar Wedanta
Medic Head: Dwi Natha Wijaya
Style Modifier: +2.17
Formation: 5-3-2

Senior Team Lineup
Starting Line Up in Blue

Goalkeeper
1 - GK - Kadek Adi Prakasa (30) - Pesjem Jematang
12 - GK - Heriawan Yudha (28) - Pesat Satria
23 - GK - Komang Oka Laksana (31) - Pesetih Titih

Defender
2 - LB - Dwi Putra Kusuma (26) - Pescam Campuhan
3 - CB - Surya Brata Wijaya (25) - Pesetih Titih
4 - CB - Rangga Putra Pratama (24) - Pesjem Jematang
5 - CB - Satya Putra Laksamana (29) - Pesub Ubung
6 - RB - Dwi Rangga Putra (24) - Pesetih Titih

13 - LB - Raka Ekawana (23) - Pesetih Titih
14 - CB - Krisna Artha Guna (25) - Pesepoh Pohgading
19 - CB - Yahya Kusuma (23) - Pesetilan Petilan
15 - CB - Agung Darma Putra (29) - Pescam Campuhan
16 - RB - Oscar Tri Atmaja (26) - Pesat Satria

Midfielder
7 - LM - Agus Kusumawijaya (25) - Pescam Campuhan
20 - CM - Agus Setiahadi (23) - Pesub Ubung
9 - RM - Bayu Hermawan (27) - Pesetih Titih

18 - LM - Dian Agung Purnama (27) - Pesebal Balun
8 - CM - Rama Karyadi (24) - Siasari, Eraman
21 - RM - Riko Ferdian (22) - Pesetilan Petilan

Forward
22 - ST - Wisnu Pramana (24) - Pesub Ubung
11 - AT - Arya Tungga Wijaya (22) - Pesepur Pemecutan Puri

10 - ST - Pandu Oka Jaya (25) - Galra, Eraman
17 - AT - Bayu Narmada (23) - Pesetilan Petilan
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The Jersey
Home Jersey
Away Jersey
Goalkeeper Jersey
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Management
Manager: Putu Agus Diwandana
Head Coach: Komang Arya Wirasutha
Assistant Coach: Nathalia Rahayu
Medic: Luh Putu Widiari

Uniform
Uniform 1: Black Shirt with Red Shorts
Uniform 2: Red Shirt with White Shorts
Libero Uniform: Black-White Checkerboard Shirt with White Shorts

Main Line Up
Name Age Pos Club
#1 Putu Dewi Astari 29 Sitter Ubung Mariner
#2 Eka Sukmawati 26 Libero Campuhan Royal
#3 Paula Marui 27 Middle blocker Ubung Mariner
#4 Indah Yulianti 25 Middle blocker Titih Sailor
#5 Komang Ayu Pertiwi 26 Outside hitter Campuhan Royal
#6 Lidya Gandarsih 28 Opposite hitter Kepaon Riviera

Reserve
Name Age Pos Club
#7 Sandra Haris 25 Sitter Titih Sailor
#12 Kadek Larasanthi 26 Sitter Peguyangan Archer
#8 Dyah Ayu Rahmayanti 27 Libero Ubung Mariner
#13 Rahma Ayu Purwono 25 Libero Kepaon Riviera
#9 Luh Putu Chandra Asih 28 Middle blocker Campuhan Royal
#14 Tantri Hilmawan 25 Middle blocker Ubung Mariner
#10 Weda Setyarini 23 Outside hitter Peguyangan Archer
#15 Maya Lestari 28 Outside hitter Balun Heightens
#11 Indri Tantowi 29 Opposite hitter Pohgading Climber
#16 Kadek Prabawangsa 24 Opposite hitter Tonja Hammerhead


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Management
Head Coach: Putu Agung Sulendra

First Player
Server: Komang Setiawan Putra (24/Sumerta Copperland)
Setter: Oka Widhi Sanjaya (22/Kerobokan Westwind)
Striker: Gede Wijaya Kusuma (23/Kerobokan Westwind)

Reserve Player
Server:
Agus Putra Ananda (21/Kerobokan Westwind)
Satria Darmawan (24/Abiansemal Squirrel)
Setter:
Gading Mahayudha (23/Sumerta Copperland)
Nyoman Tri Supartha (22/Pemogan Black Gold)
Striker:
Jay Riswanto (22/Sumerta Copperland)
Bayu Angga Yudha (23/Abiansemal Squirrel)
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SOUTHERN PALM ISLANDS NATIONAL TEAM


Manager: Sembara Bunian (Eraman)
Demonym: Palmyran
Trigamme: SPI
Football Governing Body: Southern Palm Islands Football Association (SPIFA)
Nickname: Blue Palms
Sponsors: MA Spice Board and SPI Tourism

Southern Palm Islands is an island country located in Melayu Archipelago. It is also known as Palm Islands or SPI. In ancient time, it was part of the Sripala Kingdom alongside Eraman (Northern Palm Islands), Sharktail (Western Palm Islands) and Pemecutan (Eastern Palm Islands).

The Southern Palm Islands was then used as a trading post for Malayalee traders from Indusse. The trading post grew so big over time until the Malayalee outnumbered the native Austronesians in the islands. It is now the only Malayalee-majority nation in Melayu Archipelago.

Southern Palm Islands Football Association (SPIFA) is the main organization behind the development of football in Southern Palm Islands. The SPIFA is one of the emerging nations in Melayu Archipelago. With the success of Eraman and Sharktail in international level, SPIFA finally decided to send the national team to compete with the rest of the world.

STARTING XI:
GK 1 Rawat Khan
DF 16 Peter Feachell
DF 5 Michael Darmraj
DF 64 Krish Nathan
DF 9 Rana Shariyar
MD 25 Rupwant Das
MD 51 Liam Torus
MD 6 Pelvin Brothasear
MD 13 Milen Krishn
ST 10 Daniel Plascas (c)
ST 7 Peter Plascas

BENCH:
GK 2 Saif Saini
DF 37 Godvin Temptsone
DF 93 Bakaht Ali
MD 11 Dhanvat Das
MD 3 Joe Maskin
ST 17 Ratwanarayana
ST Moin Abdul Shah
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