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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 hockey

In a do-or-die Round Robin match between Korea and New Zealand, Korea needed to win the game and take all three points while New Zealand just required a draw for one point in order to secure their spot in the finals to meet World Number 1 Australia. Although both teams put in their best effort, when ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS hockey Ipoh

The crowd of fans cheering loudly on the home team had made it difficult for the Koreans to concentrate on their game. Nevertheless, in this most crucial match against Malaysia, the Koreans emerged victorious with a score of 3 -2. Acknowledging Malaysia's individual skills, Coach Shin Seok Kyo was relieved that they managed to take home ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup mens hockey

With a solid sports development programme, including for hockey, it is no wonder that Australia are world number one. The South Korean lads had their hands full trying to defend and even managed to score twice but that wasn't good enough. Australia never took their strength for granted. Team Manager Paul Gaudoin said that although the Koreans ... 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

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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