Skeet Ace Turns President

Actively playing a dual role in the sport would zap anyone’s energy but Ally took all in his strides, practising regularly and at the same time, attending to the needs and affairs of NSAM.

38sDue to his deep passion for shooting and administrative acumen, he is able to understand the sport’s intrigues and peculiarities thoroughly. All these plans, directed at improving the status of shooting, were successfully implemented by NSAM for the betterment of the sport.

Ally is a resourceful and incisive official in the Malaysian sporting scene, having been a competitor, coach, administrator and Chef de Mission. He shines as the leader of NSAM, SSA, SEASA and ASC since 1995. Under his tenure, State and National shooters really had a field day, participating in six national-level competitions. By doing so, the committee believes the sport will thrive, the shooters will have adequate avenues to qualify for the national

His no-nonsense style and dynamic leadership were the chief reasons for Ally returning unopposed in SSA’s highest office since 1975 and in NSAM since 1988. Together with his diligent committee, he transformed NSAM into its present ultra-modern recreational premise with an office run by full-time staff, range masters and an armoury with a qualified armourer.

International shooting officials have commented that NSAM is a prefect blend of shooting and recreation, just like a unique shooting resort. As a shooter, he has no equal in this country. In his 17 glittering years as competitor, Ally won eight SEA Games gold (two individual and six team), a fourth-placing in the 1974 Teheran Asian Games, a fifth in the 1974 Commonwealth Games, a silver in the 1975 Asian shooting championships, a debut appearance in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, named Shooter of the Year by the NSAM six times plus countless gold medals at State and National championships.

Ally is also the current president of ASC which presently has 44 nations. He has the rare distinction of being re-elected unanimously for a second term as president of the ASC. His other notable contributions include ensuring a greater voice for Asia in the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). For example, ASC started a fund to ensure Asia’s presence in ISSF Assemblies.

He was also instrumental in getting ISSF to grant SEASA Olympic qualifying status. No wonder SEASA and ASC held him in high esteem. His other milestones include an appointment by the Olympic Council of Malaysia as Chef De Mission of the Malaysian contingent for the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada. While leading the Malaysian contingent in Victoria, the Commonwealth Shooting Federation spotted his leadership qualities and appointed him as the chairman of the shooting competitions for the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Malaysia. Malaysia will also be the venue for the 2004 Asian Shooting Championship. 

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