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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 »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey Ipoh

India and Korea met on the first day of the tournament with a 2-2 draw. This bronze medal match yielded similar results and victory had to be determined via penalty shoot-out. Unfortunately, Korea (world-ranked #8) missed a couple of penalty shots and lost to India (world-ranked #9) by 1-4 margin. Coach for India, Dutchman Paul van Ass ... 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 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 »

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