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TLHT Beat UiTM, To Keep MWHL Title Chase Alive

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KUALA TERENGGANU – The Terengganu Ladies Hockey Team (TLHT) kept their hopes to claim the 2018 Malaysia Women’s Hockey League alive when they trounced UiTM 4-1 at Batu Buruk Hockey Stadium here today. Despite the big score, it was UiTM who went ahead in the 33rd minute via Nurfatin Dizana Mohd Zaidi before TLHT found…

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THT Lead Premier League Table After Downing TNB 2-0

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Terengganu Hockey Team (THT) team have overtaken Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to lead the Premier League table after a resounding 2-0 victory over the latter at the Bukit Jalil National Hockey Stadium here today. Argentine import player Gonzalo Peillat scored the opening goal in the 31st minute through a penalty corner,…

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Hairi, A Worthy Choice As National Hockey Goalkeeper

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KUALA LUMPUR – Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) coach, Nor Saiful Zaini Nasiruddin does not rule out the possibility of his goalkeeper Mohammad Hairi Abd Rahman being picked as the national squad goalkeeper to replace S. Kumar who has been suspended. Nor Saiful said Mohammad Hairi had so far put up sterling performances in the first…

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Goalkeeper Kumar May Miss Commonwealth Games

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KUALA LUMPUR — The national hockey squad may lose the service of top goalkeeper S. Kumar at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia in April after he failed a doping test last year. Nonetheless, the appearance of the experienced goalkeeper is very much needed at the 2018 Asian Games which will also be…

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Tan Sri P.Alagendra Cup: THT Whitewash UiTM-KPT 9-0

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KUALA LUMPUR – Sensational national striker Faizal Saari scored five goals for Terengganu Hockey Team (THT) in their 9-0 win against UiTM-KPT 9-0 in the quarterfinals of the Tan Sri P. Alagendra Cup hockey tournament at the National Hockey Stadium in in Bukit Jalil here today. THT’s Argentinian Gonzalo Peillat contributed two while their other…

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Malaysian Tigress Thrash Singapore 8-0 In Japan

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia thrashed Singapore 8-0 in a first round match of the 2017 Women’s Hockey Asia Cup tournament at Kawasaki Green Stadium in Kakamigahara, Gifu, Japan. The score was confirmed today after the Malaysian Tigress completed the fourth quarter Group A match with a field goal from forward Norbaini Hashim in the 59th…

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Malaysia Beat Pakistan 3-2 In Super Four Match

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia have a good chance to advance to the Asian Cup finals after beating Pakistan 3-2 in a hotly contested Super Four match in Dhaka, Bangladesh today. Pakistan drew first blood when Umar Bhutta scored a goal as early as the first minute but the squad under coach Stephen Van Huizen equalised…

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Malaysia Qualify For 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia qualified for the 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup in India after securing a hard-fought 3-2 win over the latter in the quarter-final match at the Hockey World League Semifinal Round in London, United Kingdom on Thursday. The top four finish is enough for Stephen Van Huizen’s side to qualify for the…

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Tough Mission Await National Women’s Hockey Team

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KUALA LUMPUR – The national women’s hockey team would face a tough mission in their bid to earn a slot for the World Cup at the Women’s Hockey World League (WHWL) semifinals that starts in Brussel, Belgium, tomorrow. Prior to the WHML, the squad had their final friendly match with Belgium Development Team on Monday…

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Malaysia Hockey Team Edges South Korea 1-0

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PETALING JAYA – Malaysia edged South Korea 1-0 in London on Monday to stay on course for a place for next year’s World Cup Finals in Bhubaneswar, India. Defender Mohd Razie Abdul Rahim scored off a penalty corner in the 35th minute to give Malaysia their first win in the World Hockey League semi-finals. Malaysia…

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World Hockey Giant Argentina Tames Malaysia 5 – 2

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  KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia lost to world hockey giant Argentina 2-5 in the first round of the Hockey World League semifinals in London this morning. The Malaysian Tigers under coach Stephen van Huizen drew 2-2 in the early part of the game before the Rio Olympic gold medallists overpowered them with three more goals…

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HWL: Stephen Wants To Take One Step At A Time

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KUALA LUMPUR – The national men’s hockey coach Stephen Van Huizen believes in his boys to put on a good show against some of the best teams in the world at the Hockey World League (HWL) in London from June 15-25. Given the task to earn a berth to the 2018 World Cup in Bhubaneswar,…

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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Australia Beat Britain 2-1

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IPOH – Defending champions Australia beat Great Britain 2-1 on the fourth day of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament at the Azlan Shah Stadium here today. Half-time: Australia 0 Great Britain 0 Scorers: Australia – Trent Mitton (44th min), Matt Dawson (52′) Great Britain – Mark Gleghorne (51st min)- BERNAMA

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Australia Top The Table After Beating India 3-1

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IPOH – Defending champion Australia moved to the top of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup table with seven points after coming from behind to beat India 3-1 at the Azlan Shah Stadium, here today and maintain their unbeaten record in the competition. India got off to a splendid start, thwarting the attacking play of the…

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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: Malaysia Draws Against Japan

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IPOH – Malaysia wasted an opportunity to take all three points in the opening game of the 26th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey championship against Japan tonight, with a 1-1 draw. Malaysia started aggressively, to the delight of 3,000 fans at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium here, and scored the first goal through a penalty…

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Defending SEA Games Women’s Hockey Gold Not A Problem

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Kuala Lumpur SEA Games chef-de-mission (CDM) Datuk Marina Chin is optimistic that the national women’s hockey squad would have no problem to defend the gold medal. Marina said the current squad had undergone training for a year under coach Muhammad Dharma Raj Abdullah and are now at their best. “With the…

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Malaysia Whip Fiji 11-1 To March Into WHL R2 Quarterfinals In Dhaka

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia marched into the quarterfinals of the World Hockey League (WHL) Round 2 in style by whipping Fiji 11-1 at the Moulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh today. The squad coached by Stephen Van Huizen showed their domination right from the start and raced into the lead by the second minute…

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WHWL: Malaysia Lose 0-3 To Ireland In Final

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KUALA LUMPUR – The Malaysian Tigresses again failed to overcome European favourites Ireland in the Women’s Hockey World League (WHWL) Round Two after losing 0-3 in the final here tonight. It was Malaysia’s second defeat to the Irish in the tournament after losing 1-2 in the preliminary round in Group B on Monday at the…

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WHWL: Malaysia Creates Hostory By Advancing To Final

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia records history by advancing to the final of the second round of the Women’s Hockey World League (WHWL) after beating first seeded team, Italy 2-1 via a penalty decider at the semi-finals action at Tun Razak Stadium here today. National player, Fatin Shafika Mahd Sukri emerged as national heroine when she…

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Malaysia Need To Be Vigilant Against Thailand – Dhaarma Raj

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KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia need to be more vigilant when they face Thailand in the quarter-final of the Women’s Hockey World League (WHLWL) Round 2 match tomorrow. Head coach Muhammad Dhaarma Raj Abdullah said Thailand are stronger than Kazakhstan whom Malaysia thrashed 13-1 yesterday to finish second in Group B. “Thailand’s quality of play has…

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Dharma Raj Wants To Edge Italy, Ireland For Spot In WHWL Semifinals

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KUALA LUMPUR – National women’s hockey head coach, Muhammad Dharma Raj Abdullah wants to see his girls rise to the occasion at the Women Hockey World League (WHWL) Round 2 from Jan 14-22 at the Tun Razak Hockey Stadium, here. Though ranked lower than Italy who are the world number 15 and Ireland (16), Dharma…

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Australia Lift Second SOJC Title

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JOHOR BAHRU – Australia were crowned champions of the 2016 Sultan of Johor Cup hockey tournament after defeating Pakistan 3-1 in the final at Taman Daya Hockey Stadium tonight. The 2012 champions were actually jolted by Pakistan in the seventh minute when Hassan Anwar converted a penalty corner. Stunned by the goal, the Burras bounced…

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SOJC: Malaysia Beat New Zealand 4-1 To Finish In Fifth

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JOHOR BAHRU – Malaysia beat New Zealand 4-1 in the fifth place play-off match of Sultan of Johor Cup Hockey Championship (SOJC) 2016 at Taman Daya Hockey Stadium, this afternoon. The national junior hockey squad opened scoring via a penalty corner by Muhammad Najmi Farizal Jazlan (6′) before Mohamad Zulhamizan Awang Abas doubled the lead…

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SOJC: Winning Start For Australia, Pakistan And England

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JOHOR BHARU – The junior squads of Australia, Pakistan and England were victorious on the first day of the Sultan of Johor Cup hockey tournament at Taman Daya Hockey Stadium, here today. Seeded team, England garnered full points after defeating Malaysia 3-1. England opened the score via a field goal by Page Nick in the…

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Asian Champions Trophy: India Edge Pakistan 3-2

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KUANTAN – The eagerly awaited clash between Indian sub-continent powerhouses India and Pakistan in the Asian Champions Trophy tournament saw the former win 3-2 at the Kuantan Hockey Stadium here tonight. The pulsating match saw India take the lead through a field goal by Pardeep Mor in the 22nd minute, only to see Pakistan erase…

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Malaysia Thrash China 5-1 In Asian Champions Trophy

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KUANTAN – Malaysia thrashed China 5-1 in the second match of the 2016 Asian Champions Trophy at Kuantan Hockey Stadium, here tonight. Haziq Samsul opened scoring in the 6th minute via a penalty corner followed by another penalty corner in the 20th minute to lead by two goals. Fitri Saari then beat China goalkeeper Ao…

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Six Teams To Compete In SOJC 2016

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KUALA LUMPUR – Six teams will compete in the Sultan of Johor Cup (SOJC) that will be held at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium in Johor Bahru from October 31 to November 6. The teams are England, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Japan and host, Malaysia. After starting off their campaign against England on Oct 31,…

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Pulapol KL Retained As Champions In The IGP Hockey Cup This Year

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KUANTAN – For the second year in a row the PULAPOL (Police Training Centre) KL team was able to defend the title as Champions in the IGP (Inspector-General of Police) Hockey Cup after defeating Bukit Aman 9-2, here yesterday. Even better, Muhammad Razie Abd Rahim from KL PULAPOL was crowned top scorer of the tournament…

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Malaysia Claw Back To Fourth Spot With 1-0 Win Over Pakistan

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IPOH – Malaysia clawed back to fourth spot when they edged Pakistan 1-0 in the 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Hockey Tournament at the Azlan Shah Stadium here tonight. The only goal of the match was netted by Malaysia’s captain Razie Rahim in the 4th minute from a penalty corner. From the start, both teams…

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Hockey: Players Must Fight For Natioal Squad Slot

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KUALA LUMPUR – All players should use the opportunity to prove their capabilities and match players like Faizal Shaari as well as Azlan Misron and Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin Tengku Abdul Jalil who are no longer with the national squad, said men’s national hockey squad chief coach, Stephen Van Huizen. He said the 40 players who…

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