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Who should be responsible to handle the development and promoting the sport of archery in Malaysia?  It is National Archery Association of Malaysia (NAAM).

Who employed the National Archery Coach to train the Recurve Bow Archers representing Malaysia in the 43rd World Outdoor Target Archery Championships? It is Majlis Sukan Negara not NAAM.

Who is the representative for Malaysia in FITA?  Someone from NAAM not from MSN.  When come to select archers to represent Malaysia, it was NAAM before but changed to MSN.  In the past, NAAM did the selection and sent archers to represent Malaysia.

MSN is funding the development of archery not NAAM.  That is why NAAM is losing its right to MSN.  MSN is not developing the Compound Bow and thus no team sent for Malaysia to the World Championships.  The Compound Bow archers have to wait when MSN employed a National coach for Compound Bow.  By that time, many students will be trained and they may shoot better than the present Compound Bow archers in Malaysia.  Again, MSN will send these Compound bow kids, not the seniors to the World Championship.  Hard luck for the seniors even their scores better than the kids!

What happened to the Recurve will be the mirror for the Compound in future in Malaysia.  Any comment?



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LSarcher,

I am interested to know NAAM organisation stucture. Each state consist of how many exco member?

How does the president of the NAAM elected? How often is the election?

How many districts is the NAAM divided?



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The Executive Committee (EXCO) of NAAM is form of the following:

1 President

1 Deputy President

1 Secretary General

1 Hon.Treasurer

4 Vice Presidents

4 Ordinary Committee members.

                                                    



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I cannot type long sentence in my previous message and have to continue here.

At present NAAM only accept one Archery Association from each State of Malaysia.  Meaning to say NAAM can only accept Sarawak Archery Association(PEMASA) from Sarawak, no other archery clubs from Sarawak can be affiliated into NAAM besides PEMASA.  The same goes to Sabah Archery Association from Sabah. 

We have the Persatuan Memanah Negeri Johor representing Johor; Persatuan Memanah Wira Red Arrow representing Kuala Lumpur...........  Each association can sent two delegates to the AGM to vote for the EXCO once every two years.  We just voted last year September for 2005-2006 EXCO.

If your clubs in Johor want to come into NAAM, you have to get in Persatuan Memanah Negeri Johor first.  Find your way in step-by-step.

There is no "district" level in NAAM.



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The King's Archery Sport Centre in Miri is a club under our Persatuan Memanah Sarawak (PEMASA) Miri Branch. All the members must registered as PEMASA members if they want to gain a right in PEMASA. 

The owner of King's ASC, Mr. David Ting is now the Secretary for our PEMASA Miri Branch.  He is also elected as an Ordinary Council Member in our PEMASA Council (EXCO).  This is the way we bring in all archery clubs in Sarawak under the roof of PEMASA and finally to NAAM in Malaysia.

I would like to know whether ACE Archery and Big-Shoot Archery in JB are members of the Persatuan Memanah Negeri Johor? 



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Unfortunately the persatuan memanah Johor is also an inactive organisation. We are registered under their persatuan but never we have met for any meetings.

I doubt persatuan memanah Johor has any business with NAAM. Anywhere, I will find out about it.



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The address of Persatuan Memanah Negeri Johor is: d/a Majlis Sukan Negeri Johor, Stadium Tan Sri Dato'Haji Hassan Yunos, 80350 Johor Bahru.  President: Haji Rashid bin Sihes;  Secretary: Mohd Zaine Haji Md.Sharif;  Tel: 224657   Fax: 2246453

Most of the States in Malaysia, the state archery association was under the control of Majlis Sukan Negeri because the local archers in the state are not active and not willing to manage the archery association.  The archers only like to shoot.  As far as I know, Sabah Archery Association and Sarawak Archery Association are managed by the archers NOT controlled by Majlis Sukan Negeri.

Those state managed by Majlis Sukan Negeri, they know very little on archery and thus depend very much on the knowledge of the "GUY" from NAAM.  That is why this "guy" not easy to remove because of many roots still living on him.



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At one time before 1999, our Sarawak Archery Association was controlled by only 3 persons (2 from Majlis Sukan Negeri Sarawak).  They represent themselves for Sarawak and in NAAM.  The Secretary General was even elected as NAAM Vice President.  Just that he is a Malay.  No chance for him if he was a Chinese.  Never a Chinese from East Malaysia ever elected into NAAM yet so far.  Haji Zaini Accusa - the President of Sabah Archery Association was elected for one term 2003-2004 as Vice President.  Now no one from East Malaysia was elected into NAAM EXCO.  All from West Malaysia.

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From FITA on the top going down to AAF, then to NAAM and to the State Archery Association to your archery club finally, you will see yourself very far below under the tree of archery in this world.

We are trying to make the tree (Sport of archery) alive everyday.  To shoot by yourself is not enough to contribute, you need to do someting more for the archery movement in Malaysia.  What do you think?



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Think of those who make and preparing the archery tournament.  Are they doing something for the development of archery?  Is it easy to look for money and helpers to organize a tournament?  Planning the tournament and finding the right persons for the right jobs usually caused the organizers headache.  When the tournament is over, they still have to get their tension minds settled down, and settled all bills. 

Many archers never have their minds thinking of what others have done in preparing the tournament.  If they were to do one by themselves, they will realise the difficulties.  But archers have their own duty - shoot good arrows and be physically fit to compete in the tournament.

We need the archers and the officials working together to develop and promote the sport of archery in Malaysia.



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