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11 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Colossal battles on the cards in Razak Cup semi-finals

IPOH: Four former champions – defending champions Terengganu, Perak, Melaka and Negri Sembilan – will now battle it out for the Division One title in the 55th edition of the Razak Cup hockey tournament.

Tight squeeze: Selangor’s Muhammad Zamri Zainal (left) trying to block Armed Forces’ Mohammad Firdaus Ismail in the semi-finals of the Division match at the Azlan Shah Stadium yesterday. — RONNIE CHIN / The Star
10 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Negri put Police in the slammer to reach Razak Cup semis

IPOH: Last year’s runners-up Police are out of the Division One semi-finals after being thumped 5-1 by Negri Sembilan in their final Group B match in the Razak Cup competition at the Azlan Shah Stadium.

Too fast: Perak’s Muhammad Haziq Samsul (left) dribbling past Johor’s Mohamad Zaki Ismail during the Razak Cup Group B match at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh yesterday. — RONNIE CHIN / The Star
9 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Character of true champions

IPOH: Defending champions Terengganu came back from a two-goal deficit to edge Kuala Lumpur 3-2 and qualify for the semi-finals from Group A in Division One of the Razak Cup hockey tournament at the Azlan Shah Stadium.

You’re going nowhere: Terengganu’s Muhammad Firhan Ashaari (right) stopping Kuala Lumpur’s Muhammad Ramadan Rosli in the Razak Cup match yesterday. — SAIFUL BAHRI / The Star
8 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Perak fight back twice against Police to earn precious point

IPOH: Former champions Perak are just one point away from securing a semi-final berth in Division One of the Razak Cup hockey tournament.

Reliable veteran: Perak goalkeeper Roslan Jamaluddin stopping Police’s Mohd Razie Rahim from scoring in the Razak Cup match at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh yesterday. — SAIFUL BAHRI / The Star
7 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Terengganu beat Melaka to stay on track for title defence

IPOH: Terengganu stayed on track to defend their Division One title after an emphatic 6-1 win over Melaka in their second Group A match of the Razak Cup hockey tournament at the Azlan Shah Stadium.

In a tussle: Melaka’s Muhammad Firdaus Omar (right) losing his stick as he tries to challenge Terengganu’s Muhammad Amirul Mirza Rozi in the Razak Cup Group A match at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh yesterday. — SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star
6 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Haziq the hattrick hero

IPOH: National forward Mohd Haziq Shamsul bagged a hattrick to steer host Perak to a 3-2 win over Negri Sembilan in their opening Group B match of Division One at the Azlan Shah Stadium.

Silky skills: Perak’s Mohd Haziq Shamsul (right) tries to beat Negri Sembilan’s Mohd Syabariq during their Razak Cup Group B match at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh yesterday. Perak won 3-2. — RONNIE CHIN / The Star
6 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Mei Hsia finds solace through sports after paralysis

CHOW Mei Hsia used to be shy to meet people or go out when she was a teenager – simply because she’s paralysed from the waist down due to a spinal condition.

Picture perfect: Chow Mei Hsia with her husband Anthony Martin and nephew Chow Kam Lai at the Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games in September. — S.S.KANESAN / The Star
5 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Champs Terengganu held by Penang in opener

IPOH: Defending champions Terengganu survived a late fightback from Penang to share points after a 4-4 draw in their opening Division One match of the Razak Cup hockey tournament at the Azlan Shah Stadium.

4 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

It’s everyone’s game in this year’s Razak Cup

KUALA LUMPUR: This year’s title race in Division One and Division Two of the Razak Cup hockey tournament is expected to be an open affair.

3 Nov 2017 | 7:00 AM

Sun shines on Sureeya

KUALA LUMPUR: Fifteen-year-old H. Sureeya Shankar has plans to make it big in karate after winning bronze in the World Junior Karate championships in Tenerife, Spain.

Shining bright: H. Sureeya Shankar (right) posing with his bronze medal in the boys’ 14-15 years old individual kumite in the World Junior Karate Championships in Tenerife, Spain. Next to him are gold medallist Sakai Kenta of Japan and silver medallist Mohamed Mohamed of Egypt.