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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

The 12,000 seating capacity of Stadium Azlan Shah was filled to the brim as fans got wind that Malaysia has qualified for the finals on Sunday, thanks to Australia's win against New Zealand in the earlier game. Malaysia, never in such a comfortable position before, and only the fourth time in the history of the tournament ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

Australia vs. New Zealand was a much-anticipated match as it would decide Malaysia's fate in the tournament. However, the first half was rather dull because the two teams know each other too well. Australia has a young and inexperienced team and despite having possession of the ball and chances at the penalty corner, they were ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

The Korea vs. Pakistan game on Day 5 of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013 was a painful match to watch. Despite leading 1-0 in the first half, Pakistan could only manage a draw with Korea. Korea's second goal was due to Pakistan's own goal. Also, with less than 12 minutes on the clock, Pakistan ... continue reading »

SAS Cup 2013 men’s international field hockey

It was once again full house at Stadium Azlan Shah during Malaysia's match against Pakistan on Day 4 of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2013. The Malaysian hockey boys had been psyched out to win every game they play, but Pakistan put up a good performance and did not yield. Malaysia enjoyed a short lead but with ... continue reading »

SAS Cup 2013 men’s international field hockey

The New Zealand team was all smiles when the Black Sticks trounced India 2 to nil in their meet on Day 4 of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh. It was a crucial match for both teams as a win was needed to stay in contention in the tournament. Now that New Zealand had ... continue reading »

SAS Cup 2013 men’s international field hockey

Australia robbed Korea of a win and three points on the table when they scored a goal with two seconds left on the clock. That moment was the most exciting throughout a listless game. Ric Charlesworth, head coach for Australia, lamented that his boys should have played better, and complained that umpiring was poor. According to ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men’s international hockey tournament

Malaysia needed at least a draw to hold on to their ranking in the points table and the boys fought till the very last minute to deny Australia their win, when Saari Faizal netted a goal at the 70th minute through a penalty corner. It was a disappointing finish for Australia, who didn't imagine they ... continue reading »

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