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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey

India capitalised on Australia's lacklustre performance to register a commendable 4-2 win. Despite taking home three full points from the game, India are only eligible to play for the bronze medal, as the second spot in the finals would be a fight between New Zealand and Korea. Still, fans of India filled the stadium to cheer ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS hockey Ipoh

The crowd of fans cheering loudly on the home team had made it difficult for the Koreans to concentrate on their game. Nevertheless, in this most crucial match against Malaysia, the Koreans emerged victorious with a score of 3 -2. Acknowledging Malaysia's individual skills, Coach Shin Seok Kyo was relieved that they managed to take home ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS hockey Ipoh

In what seemed to be a preview of this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup impending all-Oceania finals, Australia trounced New Zealand with a score of 3 - 2. During a post-match press conference, New Zealand Coach Colin Batch said that his team had a good start but as they could see, it changed very quickly with ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS hockey Ipoh

Despite losing the match, coach for Canada Anthony Farry believed that his team put up a good performance and it had been their best game thus far, goal-wise. In his opinion, what could improve his team, he said that they have to possess the ball for longer periods of time, keep their consistency and eliminate errors ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup mens hockey

Midfielder Shahrun Abdullah's late goal helped push Malaysia forward with a win against India with a score of 3-2. Both Malaysia and India were hungry for a win in order to advance in the tournament but at the end of the day, it was Malaysia that emerged victorious. Prior to the game, which was delayed by an ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup mens hockey

With a solid sports development programme, including for hockey, it is no wonder that Australia are world number one. The South Korean lads had their hands full trying to defend and even managed to score twice but that wasn't good enough. Australia never took their strength for granted. Team Manager Paul Gaudoin said that although the Koreans ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup mens hockey

In what was described as a "boring" match to watch, New Zealand categorically demolished Canada, to make it a very possible Oceania finals against Australia. Canada have by now, played three games and lost all of them, therefore, standing at the bottom of the table with no points. Coach for Canada, Anthony Farry, was visibly disappointed. He ... continue reading »

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