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Post on 14-9-2007 12:58 PM |All posts
Malaysia keen to host Champions Trophy

KUALA LUMPUR: The International Hockey Federation (IHF) have decided to move the mens Champions Trophy tournament away from Lahore, Pakistan, due to safety reasons.

And the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) are keen to host the tournament, scheduled for Dec 1-9.

Olympic champions Australia and Spain, who have qualified for the tournament, informed the FIH that they would not be able to participate due to security reasons. Germany, South Korea and Holland also did not confirm their entry.

Reserve countries England and Japan also declined the invitation. With six of the best eight hockey teams not participating in the Samsung Champions Trophy, one of the most important hockey tournaments in the world, the FIH had no option but to change the venue for the 2007 Champions Trophy tournament.

FIH will decide on the new venue in the next few days.

MHC secretary Datuk Dr S.S. Cheema said that they informed FIH on Sept 6 of their intention to host the tournament.

Cheema said that the Malaysian team, who won their first-ever bronze medal in the Asia Cup in Chennai on Sunday, have no competitions left this year.

So it will really benefit the national team to play in the Champions Trophy as they need to play quality matches to prepare for next years Olympic qualifie,
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Post on 15-9-2007 10:37 AM |All posts
Mixed results for our juniors in playing tour Down Under
By AFTAR SINGH

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian junior hockey team have won once and lost twice in their five-match playing tour against the Australian juniors in Queensland, Australia.  

Malaysia took the lead in the first match but went down 1-4 on Wednesday.  

However, they bounced back to win the next match 3-2 on Thursday.

In the third match yesterday, the national juniors were outplayed 5-0 because most of the players are fasting.

National junior coach Tai Beng Hai said in a telephone interview from Queensland yesterday that out of the 20 players, only forward Harwinder Singh is not fasting.

The first two days of fasting took its toll on the players as we lost out in every department.  

We are in Australia without six 20-year-old players because we want to expose the Under-19 players, who are preparing for the 2009 Junior World Cup,'' said Beng Hai, who is assisted by Gurmit Singh.

Beng Hai added that they would be playing their next two matches in Buderim, where the Oceania Cup will be held.

Hosts Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea are involved in the Oceania Cup, with the champions earning an automatic berth to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Australia, the Olympic champions, are favourites to win the tournament and New Zealand are most likely to finish runners-up and will go through the Olympic qualifier.

Malaysia might be drawn in the same group with the Kiwis in the qualifier.

The Malaysian Hockey Federation (MHF) have sent national coach Sarjit Singh, who guided Malaysia to their first ever bronze medal in the Asia Cup in Chennai on Sunday, to Australia to watch the Oceania Cup with former national coach Paul Lissek.

Beng Hai said after the Australian playing tour they would go to South Korea later this month for more friendly matches.

We are using the two playing tours to Australia and Korea to prepare for the Singapore International Invitational meet next month,'' said Beng Hai.

The other teams in that tournament are hosts Singapore, Australia, India, Pakistan and Taiwan.
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Post on 19-9-2007 07:06 PM |All posts
Aussies hammer our juniors

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian national junior hockey team ended a five-match series with their Australian counterparts in Queensland with four defeats.

They lost the opening match 1-4 before bouncing back to win 3-2. But it was downhill after that for the Malaysians
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Post on 22-9-2007 04:24 PM |All posts
Coach Sarjit cool over having Germany in Olympic qualifiers
By AFTAR SINGH

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian mens hockey team face a mammoth task in qualifying for next years Beijing Olympics, having been drawn with world champions Germany in the mens qualifying tournament in Kakamigahara, Japan, from April 5-13 next year.

The other teams in the fray are Japan, the Czech Republic, Poland and Switzerland. Only the champions will qualify for Beijing.

National coach Sarjit Singh, however, is unperturbed by world number two Germanys presence.

Germany were favourites to beat Belgium in the third playoff in the European Championships last month to qualify for the Olympics. But Belgium surprised Germany to qualify for the Olympics.

Our mission in Japan is to qualify for the final and we will go all out to achieve it. In the final anything can happen,
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Post on 27-9-2007 06:42 PM |All posts
Champions Trophy host job will go to either Malaysia or India

KUALA LUMPUR: The Champions Trophy hockey tournament in December will be hosted by either Malaysia or India following a FIH (International Hockey Federation) decision not to consider Spain as one of the candidates.

The tournament was supposed to be played in Lahore from Dec 1-9 but the FIH withdrew it from Pakistan because of security reasons, which led to the withdrawal of Olympic champions Australia and Asian Games winners South Korea.

The Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) secretary, Dr. S. S. Cheema, said yesterday that he received notice on the matter in an e-mail from the FIH yesterday.

They (FIH) are in the midst of finalising a few things with sponsors Samsung before making a final decision. The FIH also said that it would be an eight-nation tournament,'' he said.

Australia and South Korea will be back in the fray with the world champions Germany, Holland, Spain, and Pakistan. The FIH have chosen England to make up the field of eight teams together with the hosts.

We are eager to host the tournament because the national team need quality matches to prepare for the Olympic qualifiers next year. And the tournament offers seven matches,
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Post on 28-9-2007 03:03 PM |All posts
Malaysia hos Trofi Juara-juara
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Post on 28-9-2007 03:08 PM |All posts
Hockey: Malaysia win Champions Trophy bid
By : Jugjet Singh

MALAYSIA will host the Champions Trophy at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Nov 29-Dec 9.

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) yesterday accepted Malaysia's bid over India after the tournament was yanked from Pakistan due to unstable conditions there.

And instead of the normal six, FIH have named eight teams for the tournament including the hosts.

Malaysia, ranked 15th in the world, will battle Australia (world No 1), Germany (No 2), Netherlands (No 3), Spain (No 4), South Korea (No 5), Pakistan (No 6) and Great Britain (No 9).

I received an e-mail from the FIH informing that we have won the bid to host the Champions Trophy. It is indeed a great honour for Malaysia, who will be hosting it for the second time since its inception in 1978 in Lahore (Pakistan),
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Post on 29-9-2007 04:21 PM |All posts
Focus is on fitness ahead of Champions Trophy
By AFTAR SINGH

KUALA LUMPUR: The national hockey team will focus on their fitness level to put up a strong challenge in the Champions Trophy tournament at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil from Nov 29 to Dec 9.

The Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) president Tan Sri Anwar Mohd Nor said they would give top priority to the tournament, which is one of the top four tournaments in the world.

We thanked FIH (International Hockey Federation) for giving us the host job as the national team need quality matches to prepare for the Olympic qualifiers next year,
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Post on 30-9-2007 11:17 AM |All posts
National players not allowed to play in Razak Cup
By AFTAR SINGH

KUALA LUMPUR: The national players will not be released for the Razak Cup tournament which will be held at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil from Oct 26 to Nov 4.

The Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) president Tan Sri Anwar Mohd Nor, said they have decided not to release the national players for the tournament because their fitness level would drop.

We have learnt from past experience. The 30 players in the training squad would concentrate on preparing for the Champions Trophy which will be held from Nov 29 to Dec 9 in Kuala Lumpur.

Our priority is the Champions Trophy which is part of the preparation for next years Olympic qualifier,
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Post on 4-10-2007 06:36 AM |All posts
Australia hantar pasukan terkuat -- Hoki Trofi Juara-Juara

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Post on 4-10-2007 06:18 PM |All posts
Aussies to assemble strong squad for Champions Trophy

MELBOURNE: Australia will be at full strength for the men's Champions Trophy hockey tournament in Kuala Lumpur at the end of next month in preparation of their Olympic title defence in Beijing next year.

The tournament will see two teams more, Britain and Malaysia, joining the original list of Australia, Germany, South Korea, Holland, Pakistan and Spain.

But instead of using the tournament from Nov 29 to Dec 9 to tinker with his line-up or blood the fringe players before Beijing, coach Barry Dancer said that he would throw everything he had at the Champions Trophy.

Australia will welcome back fullback Matthew Wells and midfielder Robert Hammond (both from hamstring injury) and goalkeeper Daniel McPherson (calf), who missed the Oceania Olympic qualifying round last month.

We'll consider the individual needs of the players, where they are in their programme but we are looking at going with a near-full-strength if not full-strength team to Malaysia,
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Post on 9-10-2007 04:34 PM |All posts
Hockey: Depleted squad for Singapore
By : Jugjet Singh

MALAYSIA will field a diluted side for the Singapore Under-19 International six-nation on Oct 17-21.

Coach Tai Beng Hai said yesterday, he will not have five form five boys, while the majority of players who were called up as replacements did not show up.

"The team is basically the same one which played in Australia recently, minus five form five boys who are preparing for their SPM examinations.

"I called up eight players scouted during the JHL (Junior Hockey League), but only three showed up for trials leaving me with little choice to select from," said Beng Hai.

The Singapore International, into its fourth edition, will see the hosts, Malaysia and Australia in Group A, with India, Pakistan and Hong Kong in Group B.

Training has started for the tournament, but due to the tournament's close proximity to Hari Raya, the final preparation has hit a snag.

"The tournament is just after Hari Raya, and so we will miss a few days of crucial training. But it would be a good experience, especially with Australia in our group," said Beng Hai.

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Post on 9-10-2007 04:36 PM |All posts
Puasa tidak jejas latihan
Oleh Bazly Azmi


PEMAIN pertahanan skuad hoki kebangsaan, Megat Azrafiq Megat Termizi masih mampu tersenyum sekalipun aktiviti sepanjang Ramadan dipenuhi dengan jadual latihan.

Pemain berusia 23 tahun itu giat mempersiapkan diri menjelang dua misi utama akhir tahun ini iaitu Kejohanan Piala Juara-Juara 2007, 29 November ini, selain Sukan Sea Korat, Thailand.

"Jika terpilih beraksi ke Piala Juara-Juara, ia akan menjadi pengalaman pertama saya menentang tujuh pasukan terbaik dunia kerana belum pernah merasai pentas Sukan Olimpik," katanya.

Justeru, peluang terbaik itu akan digunakan sebaik mungkin untuk meyakinkan jurulatih negara, Sarjit Singh, memilihnya membarisi skuad kebangsaan melalui kem latihan di Stadium Hoki Nasional Bukit Jalil bermula 18 September lalu.

"Saya difahamkan hanya 18 pemain terbaik dipilih dan ini bermakna peluang kini terbuka kepada 30 pelatih untuk merebut tempat.

"Jadi, tidak timbul masalah untuk berlatih sepanjang Ramadan kerana tanggungjawab negara lebih utama," kata pemain kelahiran Johor Bahru itu.

Pemain yang mula menyertai skuad senior pada 2002 itu menambah, latihan pada Ramadan biasanya diadakan pada waktu malam kecuali Jumaat untuk memberi peluang kepada pemain yang sudah berumah tangga berbuka bersama keluarga masing-masing.

"Latihan berlangsung selama dua jam bermula 9.30 malam setiap hari kecuali Jumaat yang bermula 5 petang. Biasanya latihan dalam Ramadan lebih 'keras' kerana pemain diberi pelepasan pada siang hari selain menjadi masa sesuai untuk meningkatkan tahap kecergasan.

"Atas faktor itu, berbuka di padang bukan perkara baru bagi pemain bujang seperti saya kerana sudah menjadi rutin sejak lima tahun lalu.

"Tapi kadang-kala, teringat juga kari ikan dan sambal ikan bilis masakan ibu (Siti Fazilah Sheikh Husin). Jika 'mengidam', saya akan berkunjung ke bazar Ramadan Sri Petaling untuk membeli juadah berbuka bersama rakan pelatih.

"Biasanya, nasi beriani dan air tebu akan menjadi menu utama tapi jika tidak ke situ, saya akan berbuka di kafe Majlis Sukan Negara (MSN) kerana juadahnya lebih seimbang," kata bekas pemain kelab Telekom Pahang itu.

'Jeneral' pertahanan Ernst & Young (E&Y) itu menjadi

pilihan utama Sarjit untuk menguatkan benteng ketika Malaysia meraih dua kejayaan muncul naib juara Piala Sultan Azlan Shah dan pingat gangsa Piala Asia di Chennai, India.
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Post on 9-10-2007 04:38 PM |All posts
RM1 juta untuk trofi juara
Oleh Hamdan Saaid

PERUNTUKAN mencecah hampir RM1 juta diperlukan Persekutuan Hoki Malaysia (PHM) sebagai persediaan menghadapi Trofi Juara-Juara yang akan dianjurkan negara buat kali kedua dari 29 November hingga 9 Disember ini.

Bagi menampung penyertaan lapan pasukan - Australia, Jerman, Korea Selatan, Belanda, Pakistan, Sepanyol, Britain dan tuan rumah Malaysia - badan induk hoki negara itu memerlukan lebih kurang RM900,000 dari segi pembiayaan perbelanjaan logistik - penginapan dan pengangkutan.

Presiden PHM Tan Sri Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor berkata pihaknya sudah mendapat peruntukan awal sebanyak 66,000 Euro (kira-kira RM300,000) daripada Persekutuan Hoki Antarabangsa (FIH) yang menganugerahkan Malaysia sebagai tuan rumah menggantikan Pakistan pada 27 September lalu.

"Kami sudah menerima peruntukan daripada FIH. Kini PHM terpaksa mencari penaja lain untuk melengkapkan bajet bagi menganjurkan Trofi Juara-Juara.

"Secara dasarnya, ketika menganjurkan Piala Sultan Azlan Shah membabitkan lapan pasukan kami membelanjakan RM800,000 bagi tujuan penganjuran. Tetapi kerana peningkatan kos, kami kena tambah 10 peratus lagi daripada jumlah itu," katanya selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat Majlis PHM di ibu negara semalam.

Beliau berkata, hak penyiaran televisyen adalah milik FIH tetapi PHM dibenarkan mengadakan rundingan dengan stesen televisyen tempatan.
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Post on 11-10-2007 10:03 PM |All posts
Pahang to host Razak Cup tournament after all

JOHOR BARU: This years Razak Cup hockey tournament will be played in Kuantan after all and it will be held on a grand scale in conjunction with the Sultan of Pahangs birthday celebrations.

MHF competitions committee chairman Majid Manjit Abdullah said the 10-day tournament would be played on Polygrass pitches at the Kuantan Hockey Stadium and the Complex Bandar Indera Mahkota from Oct 26-Nov 4.

The tournament was earlier scheduled to be played at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil after MHF secretary Hashim Yusof submitted a report on the poor pitch conditions in Kuantan during his inspection trip three weeks ago. And at their last council meeting, the MHF decided that the tournament be played in KL although Perak, Negri Sembilan and Malacca volunteered to play hosts.

But things changed when the MHF sent two of their most experienced officials
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Post on 11-10-2007 10:03 PM |All posts
Kuala Lumpur make return after a two-year absence

KUALA LUMPUR: Former champions Kuala Lumpur will make a return to the Razak Cup hockey tournament after a two-year lapse.

The tournament will be held in Kuantan from Oct 26-Nov 4.

KL, the 16-time champions, will feature in Division Two. They skipped the tournament for the last two years following the Malaysia Hockey Federations decision to change the eligibility rules to allow players to play for their home states.

  
Seasoned campaigner: Maninderjit Singh is one of the former internationals in the KL team.

We have decided to make a comeback for the good of hockey,
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Post on 14-10-2007 09:05 PM |All posts
Five out but Malaysia hopeful of semis spot
By AFTAR SINGH

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will not have the services of five key players for the Singapore Under-21 international hockey challenge starting on Wednesday.  

But Malaysia, represented by the national Under-19 squad, are optimistic of qualifying for the semi-finals.

Malaysia have been drawn in Group A with Australia and Singapore while Group B comprises India, Pakistan and Hong Kong.

Five key players
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Post on 15-10-2007 01:24 PM |All posts
'Boss' luah rasa bimbang
Oleh Bazly Azmi

KEMEROSOTAN ranking skuad hoki negara sejak berakhirnya era Mirnawan Nawawi dan rakan-rakan
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Post on 16-10-2007 06:31 PM |All posts
U-turn on plan to send juniors to Korat

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia have decided against sending the national juniors to challenge for men's hockey honours in the Korat SEA Games scheduled for Dec 6-15.

They will still have an experienced team for the job even though the competition clashes with the Champions Trophy, which will be hosted by Malaysia from Nov 29-Dec 9.

Coach Sarjit Singh said yesterday that they had 30 players in the national camp and the 12 who failed to make the cut for the Champions Trophy will form the core of the SEA Games team.

The 12 are experienced players who have been with the training squad for the last five months. Four more players from the Champions Trophy side will leave for Korat on Dec 10.

The main team will concentrate on the Champions Trophy as it is part of our preparations for the Olympic qualifiers next year.

Initially, the juniors were supposed to carry the challenge in Korat but the MHF (Malaysian Hockey Federation) felt that we should go with a more senior team with players from the national training squad.
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Post on 16-10-2007 06:32 PM |All posts
Sapura to represent Malaysia in indoor tourney

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will play in an international indoor hockey competition for the first time but will be represented by a club side without the services of their national players.

The Malaysian Hockey Federation (MHF) picked former Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) champions Sapura to play in the second Asian Indoor Games in Macau from Oct 26-Nov 2 because they did not have an indoor team and the national players had other commitments during the period.

The MHF secretary, Hashim Mohamed Yusof, said yesterday: Sapura have agreed to represent Malaysia and they leave with the rest of the contingent for the Games on Oct 24.
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Post on 17-10-2007 10:39 PM |All posts
India employ Charlesworth in bid to qualify for Beijing Games

NEW DELHI: Indias field hockey chiefs have hired renowned coach Ric Charlesworth to help the eight-time champions qualify for next years Beijing Olympics.

The former Australian captain has been signed on as technical advisor by the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF), who are desperate to avoid the humiliation of missing the Olympics for the first time.

India must win a six-nation qualifying tournament in Santiago, Chile, in March to make the trip to Beijing. Other teams in the tournament are Britain, Austria, Bangladesh, Chile and Egypt.

Charlesworth, 54, will work alongside mens national coach Joaquim Carvalho and also spend time with the womens team, who have also not yet qualified for the Olympics.

Charlesworth will be with the team before the Chile trip,
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Post on 18-10-2007 09:25 PM |All posts
MHF to host tourney to give juniors top-class tune-up

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Hockey Federation (MHF) will host an eight-team international tournament to provide the national juniors with top-level matches as part of their preparations for the 2009 Junior World Cup.

The MHF secretary, Hashim Mohamed Yusof, said they would invite Germany, Holland, India, Pakistan, South Korea, Australia and Spain to play in the tournament scheduled for Jan 21-30.

We have to stage the tournament early because there will be a host of qualifying tournaments next year for the Junior World Cup.  

For Asian teams, the Junior Asia Cup will be the qualifiers,
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Post on 18-10-2007 09:25 PM |All posts
Juniors skipper Ahmad all set for double duty

KUALA LUMPUR: Skipper Ahmad Kazamirul Nasrudin will shoulder a heavy responsibility for the national juniors in an Under-21 International Challenge hockey tournament at the Delta Stadium in Singapore.

The 19-year-old will not only marshal the defence but will also have to deliver goals from penalty corners.

Ahmad, who was the second highest scorer in this seasons Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) with 11 goals, said that his biggest challenge would be to deliver the goals and help Malaysia qualify for the semi-finals.

Malaysia, who are represented by the national Under-19 team, are in Group A with Australia and Singapore. Group B comprises India, Pakistan and Hong Kong. Malaysia will take on Australia today and Singapore tomorrow.

Ahmad, who is doing a matriculation course at the Bukit Jalil Sports School, expects a torrid time against the Australians.

The odds are heavily stacked against us. We lost to them in four of the five matches on the playing tour in Brisbane last month. Also, we are without five key players who will be sitting for the SPM examination,
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Post on 19-10-2007 05:48 PM |All posts
Malaysia lose to Australia

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia went down to a 2-4 defeat by Australia in their opening Group A match of an Under-21 international hockey tournament at the Delta Stadium in Singapore yesterday.

Midfielder Faisal Saari scored both goals for Malaysia from the penalty corner in the 12th and 46th minutes.

For Australia, they have completed the group fixtures with two wins. They defeated Singapore 3-0 in the opening match on Wednesday.

Malaysia, represented by an Under-19 team, have to beat Singapore today to reach the semi-finals.
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Post on 21-10-2007 11:33 AM |All posts
Singapore stun Malaysia in Under 21 tourney

KUALA LUMPUR: Singapore stunned Malaysia 2-1 in the Singapore International Invitational Under-21 hockey tournament at the Delta Hockey Stadium on Friday.

It was their second defeat in the tournament after the opening days 2-4 loss to Australia. They are now relegated to playing for fifth place against Hong Kong.

Coach Tai Beng Hai played down the defeat saying that the objective of the team was to expose the players many of whom have not had much training time with the team.

We selected this group of players as our main players were all unable to make the trip due to exams at home. So we felt that it would be good to give the fringe players the chance to gain some experience, as this is the group we would have to rely on for the 2009 Junior World Cup challenge.

It must be remembered that we did not bring a team to challenge for honours. But having said that we must blame ourselves for not having taken our chances at goal on Friday,
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