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Sultan Azlan Shah hockey

Malaysia put on a commendable performance to stave off an attacking Australia, keeping a partisan crowd of fans on the edge of their seats. Still, that wasn't enough to stop the mighty Aussies from winning. The Kookaburras could not score by a wider goal margin; nevertheless a win is a win. Therefore, Malaysia are still trying ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah hockey

Playing under heavy thunderstorm, New Zealand Coach Colin Batch was very pleased to come out victorious from the very difficult game. The rain break may have helped them change strategy against the Indians. Colin also acknowledged the beauty of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, a tournament which forces the teams to play against very contrasting styles. Meanwhile, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah hockey

Canada may have lost the match to a better team but Coach Anthony Farry was pleased that his boys gave a better performance than they did in their opening match against Australia the day before. According to Farry, they defended well and were able to create opportunities, although the results did not show it. Having lost twice ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015

It was a close call for New Zealand and by the end of the match, relief was written all over their faces. Luck was not on Malaysia's side when two attempts to score saw the ball hitting the bar instead. The game witnessed Azlan Misron become the highest capped Malaysian player in history, appearing at his ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015

Coach for Korea Shin Seok Kyu was definitely disappointed that his boys were unable to come away from that match against India with a full three points. The Asian giants were only able to draw 2-all in a tightly contested game. The Koreans had 6 or 7 young players, only 22 - 23 years old and ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015

Defending champions Australia and World No. 15 Canada kicked off this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup with the first match at 4.10pm on Sunday. Australia had an interesting mix of players, with World No 1 Jamie Dwyer appearing 322 times for his country, setting a new record, and Tim Cross, with his debut appearance for Australia. ... continue reading »

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