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Anderson-XYbase of Ipoh have been around in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) since its inception in 1995. But they have never reached the final. They will need some luck. The Ipoh side face league champions and last year#8217;s overall runners-up Malaysia Sports School in the first-leg semi-finals at the Tun Razak Stadium on Friday.
Defending champions Telekom Pahang and Division One winners Malaysia Sports School are on course for a repeat of last year's final clash after moving into the semi-finals with ease in the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League.
Defending champions Telekom Pahang swept into the semi-finals of the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League on a 7-4 aggregate after securing a 1-0 win over MSS Terengganu in the quarter-final second leg match at the Kuala Terengganu Hockey Stadium Sunday.
Tenaga Nasional showed Division Two champions Malacca MC what life among the elite really means when they demolished them 3-0 in the first leg quarter-finals of the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League at the KL Hockey Stadium here yesterday.
The Malacca Municipal Council won the Malaysia Junior Hockey League (MJHL) Division Two title easily enough. Now, the hard part begins.
By winning the Division One title, Malaysia Sports School, have landed themselves an easier quarter-final draw for the overall title in the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League.
The Malaysian Hockey Federation (MHF) have decided that players who are under contract to play hockey for a team or club will be considered as #8220;guest#8221; players in the Malaysia Hockey League this year.