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Although I am covering all the games in the tournament, I have to be very selective on the matches I am sharing on this blog, simply because I lack time. Also, because I will always be late by a day or two, I am not going to go into technical details of the games. You can ... continue reading »

The 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men's invitational field hockey tournament gets underway today at Ipoh's Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium. As this is the silver jubilee anniversary, not only is it a hockey competition among the top hockey teams in the world, it is also a celebration for the sport and the tournament. As you can see, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup official dinner

It was an occasion to remember for players, officials, organising committee, sponsors and members of the press involved in the 24th edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015. This oldest men's invitation international hockey tournament was established in 1983. Unlike previous years, this official dinner, always held on the final rest day of the tournament, was ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey Ipoh

The 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup wrapped up with much pomp and colour after six long days of game-play, with three matches contested each day. The Black Sticks (New Zealand) were declared Champions, denying the Aussies their 9th title. New Zealand also lifted the Cup in 2012. 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 Final Results: Champions: New Zealand Runners-up: ... continue reading »

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 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 »

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 »

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