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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS mens hockey

Yet another match that wasn't very exciting. The game was tied at 2-2 for a long time, and many spectators were hoping for a penalty shootout. That would be the highlight of the game. However, with just seconds left on the clock, Korea forced a penalty corner, which they converted, to salvage some pride to register ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS mens hockey

Although basically a lacklustre match, it was still important to both South Africa and Canada to avoid the wooden spoon. On paper, South Africa are the better team as they are world number 12, while Canada are at 16. Also, South Africa have already qualified for the World Cup this May. Unfortunately for the players, the afternoon ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey

Both South Africa and South Korea knew what they had to do in order to achieve their respective targets. Korea had to score as many goals as they could to appear in the final against Australia, which we now know they failed to do so, and South Africa needed at least a draw in order to ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Ipoh field hockey

This was a match that many looked forward to. Although Australia had virtually sealed their spot in the final, the outcome of this match would determine Australia's opponent in their next match. The South Koreans played an attacking game that the Aussies defended really well. In most of the first half, it looked like both teams ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey

As always, Malaysia can expect the local fans to push them harder, to perform better. Perform they did, coming into the second half with a 0-2 scoreline. The Koreans seemed to have taken things for granted, and looked as though they were contented with a 2-nil score, or perhaps they were just tired. Going into the match, ... continue reading »

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