ASF Awards 2013

The Asian Squash Federation is pleased to announce the following recipients of the 2013 ASF Awards.

Presentation of the Awards will be conducted on the final day of the Asian Team Championships to be held in coming June in Hong Kong.

Performance Awards

DATO ALEX LEE AWARD - Outstanding Asian Men’s Player of the Year
Recipient : Saurav Ghosal (IND)

DATO ALEX LEE AWARD – Outstanding Asian Women’s Player of the Year
Recipient : Au Wing Chi, Annie (HKG)

MASSAN MUSA AWARD – Outstanding Asian Junior Boy’s Player of the Year
Recipient : Abdulla Mohammed Al-Tamimi (QAT)

MASSAN MUSA AWARD – Outstanding Asian Junior Girl’s Player of the Year
Recipient : Ho Ka Po (HKG)

THE ASF AWARD – Outstanding Men’s Team of the Year
Recipient : India Men’s World Team

THE ASF AWARD – Outstanding Women’s Team of the Year
Recipient : Hong Kong Junior Women’s Team

THE ASF DEVELOPMENT AWARD – Most Improved Team of the Year
Recipient : Iran Junior National Team

Coaches Awards

ASF COACH OF THE YEAR
Recipient : Faheem Khan (HKG)

ASF JUNIOR COACH OF THE YEAR
Recipient : Andrew Sam Cross (MAS)

ASF DEVELOPMENT COACH OF THE YEAR
Recipient : Cheong Pak Kau (MAS)

ASF COACHES CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION
Recipients :
Wong Wai Chung (CHN)
Chiu Wing Yin, Rebecca (HKG)
Wong Wai Hang (HKG)
Mekhala Srivastava (IND)
Munir Khan (MAS)

ASF Outstanding Contribution Award

Recipient : Pakistan Squash Federation

This year the ASF will present a very special “Outstanding Contribution Award” to the Pakistan Squash Federation (“PSF”) for the tremendous contributions to squash development in Asia that Pakistan has made over the years. PSF was a founding member of the ASF and the first President of the ASF was also from Pakistan.

In the past decades, Pakistan had produced many World and Asian Champions that their achievements are second to none. The ASF wish to thank the PSF for helping to making squash a well recognized sport in Asia and that squash continues to be a popular event in major games and a competent candidate in future Olympic bids.

The ASF wishes to thank the Selection Panel for their effort in conducting the award exercise with high respect. Let us congratulate once again all the ASF Awards recipients who are truly deserved.

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