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The 26th edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup (SAS) men's invitational field hockey tournament will kick off at Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh on 29th April, 2017. While last year's silver jubilee edition managed to attract the participation of seven teams, we will only be seeing six this year. They are defending champions Australia ... continue reading »

25th SAS Cup 2016 Official Dinner

Apr 19, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Nikon D810, Sports

The late Sultan Azlan Shah was conferred the 'Member of Honour' Award by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) for his years of outstanding contribution to hockey, not only at the national level but also continental and international levels. The award was presented by FIH President Leandro Negre to Sultan Azlan's heir HRH Sultan Nazrin Shah at ... continue reading »

25th SAS Cup 2016: Prize Presentation

Apr 18, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Nikon D810, Sports

The 25th Silver Jubilee Sultan Azlan Shah Cup came to a close with Australia lifting their ninth title, defeating India 4 - 0. This edition of international invitational men's field hockey tournament saw a maximum participation of seven teams. Besides the Kookaburras and India, the other teams were Canada, Japan, Pakistan, New Zealand and host country, ... continue reading »

Australia showed that they are a team to be reckoned with come this Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August with a clinical display of skills, defeating India 4 - nil. India, one of the four teams participating in this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup that are bound for Rio, put up a gallant fight ... continue reading »

In a match that determines which team gets to proceed to the finals and face Australia for a shot at the Azlan Shah Cup, India showed that they have what it takes by trouncing Malaysia six to one. Two goals by India in the first seven minutes of the game tremendously boosted their confidence and there ... continue reading »

Malaysia stayed on course for a bronze medal play-off by gaining three points on the table with a win over Pakistan. It was a hard-fought match and with one goal to nil, it was disheartening to see that Malaysia had already given up on the game five minutes before the final whistle. Pakistan, on the other hand, ... continue reading »

I had thought that Japan would be getting a drubbing from Australia, the world number one team. However, Japan put up a gallant performance and displayed some moments of brilliant hockey. Credit to Japan goalkeeper Takashi Yoshikawa for defending the goal so well. He was declared the Man of the Match by the end of the game. Event: ... continue reading »

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