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Australia lift SAS Cup for the 10th time

World champions Australia edged England 2-1 in the final of the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Men’s International Hockey Tournament at the famed Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh today. It was the Australians tenth SAS Cup title eversince making their appearance in the tournament 27 years ago. World champions Australia, ranked No

Argentina down Malaysia to claim bronze

Rio Olympics  champions Argentina pulled off a 3-2 victory over Malaysia to finish third in the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Men’s International Hockey Tournament in Ipoh today. The Argentinians emerged champions here in 2008 and runners-up four years later whilst the Malaysians have yet to win the title in their own backyard

Varun’s brace lifts India against Irish

India turned the tables on Ireland to register a 4-1 victory and finished fifth in the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Men’s International Hockey Tournament in Ipoh today. The Irish, ranked 10th in the world and making their debut in the tournament, surprised the world’s sixth-ranked India with a 3-2 win in their

England Crush Malaysia In Night Of Horror!

England pulverised Malaysia 7-2 to set up a showdown with World No 1 Australia in tomorrow’s final of the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Men’s International Hockey Tournament. Ranked World No 7, England finished second in the six-team table standings on eight points – seven behind unbeaten Australia who had earlier

ENGLAND TO TAKE ON AUSTRALIA IN FINAL

Australia and England stormed into the final of the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup with easy wins at the Azlan Shah Stadium. World number one Australia defeated reigning Olympic champions Argentina 3-1 in the final round robin match. They also went through the preliminary round unbeaten. Later in the last preliminary round

Aussies dent Argentinians hopes

World champions Australia edged Olympics champions Argentina 3-1 in the last preliminary round match of the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Men’s International Hockey Tournament in Ipoh today. The result leaves the Australians undefeated in five matches to go top of the table standings with 15 points. It also leaves the

Hockey Certification draws 120 during Azlan Shah Cup tournament

A total of 120 participants from 30 countries received their certificates today after going through an educational process in various courses in the FIH-AHF Raja Ashman Shah Hockey Academy during the on-going 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Men’s International Tournament. The Level 3 Coaching Course was attended by 29 participants. The

Kookaburras and Los Leones hold the key

World champions Australia go head-to-head against reigning Olympics champions Argentina tomorrow - a match that could well decide the fate of England and Malaysia’s chances of reaching Saturday final of the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Men’s International Hockey Tournament. Placed World No 1 by the FIH, the Australians are already through to

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