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Beach Games batch leaves for Bali
October 15th, 2008

THE second batch of the Bahrain delegation left yesterday for Indonesia for the first edition of the Asian Beach Games to be held on Bali Island starting Saturday.

A total of 23 members, including 16 players who will represent three disciplines – beach volleyball, beach soccer and sailing – are expected to arrive in Bali today along with their coaches and administrators.

The beach soccer team is being headed by Mubarak Al Shaer and includes manager Fayad Mahmood, Brazilian coach Gustavo Zloccowick and players Ibrahim Hassan, Amir Shebib, Ali Habib, Ibrahim Abdulla, Sadeq Marhoon, Hussam Al Mannai, Yaqoob, Salah Salman, Isa Saleh and Mahmood Al Ghawi.

Mohammed Al Fardan is leading the beach volleyball team delegation which also consists of coach Ali Jaffer and players Sadeq Ibrahim, Qader Abdulla, Ayman Haroona and Hassan Aqeel.

The sailing delegation will be headed by Sameer Shuwaiter and will also have coach Qassim bin Jamia besides two sailors – Omar Abdulaziz and Ahmed Salman.

Meanwhile, the third and final batch will leave tomorrow. It will be headed by Supreme Council for Youth and Sports vice-president and Bahrain Olympic Committee president Shaikh Isa bin Rashid Al Khalifa.

Shaikh Isa will be accompanied by Bahrain Volleyball Association president Shaikh Ali bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, Shaikh Abdulla bin Rashid Al Khalifa from the General Organisation for Youth and Sports and BOC secretary Raed Buhammod.

Delegation director Numan Al Hassan and treasurer Jassim Al Shomeli led the first batch of the delegation earlier this week.

Soon after their arrival, both officials made necessary arrangements to secure the accommodation for the rest of the delegation members besides other procedures before the arrival of the remaining Bahraini members.

Both the beach soccer and beach volleyball competitions will start on the first day of the Games while sailing will commence on Sunday.

The 31-member Bahraini delegation is looking to make a major impact during the nine-day event which will see a total of 3,876 athletes, representing 45 Asian countries, in the fray.

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