I got this email today and I thought it would be interesting to share it with all you squash enthusiast to be able to hear the SRAM President live on radio. You may have the opportunity to ask him a few questions if you manage to get on air through the phone lines. Details are as follows:
Kindly be informed that the President of SRAM, YBhg Dato’ A.Sani Karim would be on air with very experienced sports commentators. They would be in discussion in the programme ‘Sports Talk and You’, on the radio channel TraXXFM, this Sunday (30 August, 2009), from 10.30 am to 11.00 am.
Be rest assured that these very knowledgeable sports commentators of many decades, in Chris Syer, Ronnie Atkinson and Jesse Van Riessen, would be posing very pointed questions to Dato’. From the questions and the answers from the President himself, Malaysians would have a clearer picture of the direction SRAM would take moving forward to achieve our Vision and Mission.
These sports commentators would beside posing questions on competition, junior programmes, coaching and sponsorships, would definitely venture to pose challenging questions like ‘Where forth after Ong Beng Hee and Azlan’ and ‘Who after Dato’ Nicol’.
Having been a regular listener of this programme, I would highly recommend that all of us in the squash fraternity, tune in to listen to their discussion on the future of squash in Malaysia.
TraXXFM comes on the following frequencies in Malaysia (tune in to the location nearest to you) –
North Johor: Tangkak (97.4), JB (102.9), Bukit Tinggi (92.9),
Kedah: Baling (91.7), Gurun (98.7),
Kelantan : Kota Baru (104.7), Jeli (90.8), Bukit bakar (98.5),
KL, Selangor & West Pahang : (90.3/100.1)
Malacca : (97.4)
Negeri Sembilan, South Selangor : (88.7)
Pahang : Kuantan (105.3), Jerantut (89.9),
Perak : Taiping (105.3), Ipoh (90.1)
Perlis & Penang : (98.7)
Sabah : Gunung Kinabalu (105.3), Kota Belud (102.5)
Sarawak : Bintulu (98.5), Miri (104.5),
Terengganu : Kuala Terengganu (89.7), Dungun (98.9), Besut (97)
Pass the word around and do not forget to keep this Sunday free for squash.
Hon. Secretary SRAM
Cheers and happy squashing.