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Simple yet meaningful, the 25th Silver Jubilee Sultan Azlan Shah Cup kicked off in a colourful ceremony which included a spectacular display of fireworks. As you may have already read, this invitational international men's field hockey is the longest running ever, but it has never had an "official opening ceremony" all these years. 2016 is special because ... continue reading »

The 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup men's invitational field hockey tournament gets underway today at Ipoh's Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium. As this is the silver jubilee anniversary, not only is it a hockey competition among the top hockey teams in the world, it is also a celebration for the sport and the tournament. As you can see, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey Ipoh

The 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup wrapped up with much pomp and colour after six long days of game-play, with three matches contested each day. The Black Sticks (New Zealand) were declared Champions, denying the Aussies their 9th title. New Zealand also lifted the Cup in 2012. 24th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 Final Results: Champions: New Zealand Runners-up: ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey

India capitalised on Australia's lacklustre performance to register a commendable 4-2 win. Despite taking home three full points from the game, India are only eligible to play for the bronze medal, as the second spot in the finals would be a fight between New Zealand and Korea. Still, fans of India filled the stadium to cheer ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup field hockey

This year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 will be its 24th edition. To be held in Ipoh's Stadium Azlan Shah, local avid hockey fans will be able to see top class hockey by teams from Australia, New Zealand, Korea, India, Malaysia and Canada. It is too bad that my favourite player, South Africa's poster boy, ... continue reading »

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup SAS mens hockey finals

11 penalty corners to Australia, five conversions. No wonder Coach Ric Charlesworth was jubilant. Australia's win over Malaysia meant that Australia have won the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup a total of 8 times, whilst Malaysia have played second fiddle five times. Last year's finals was also played between these two teams, and Australia won 3-2. It ... continue reading »

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 »

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