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WITH three key players down with injuries before their first round clash with Terengganu T-Team in the President Cup, more bad news awaited Penang coach Kamal Khalid.
INJURIES and the loss of key players to rival teams will make Timuran SC’s defence of their Penang Chinese FA Veteran’s League title difficult to pull off.
KUALA LUMPUR: The public sector strike over wages in Quilmes, Argentina, is over and the national team finally had their first full training session on the main pitch of the Champions Challenge I hockey tournament on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Last year, a Zulfadli Zulkifli-inspired Malaysian juniors achieved their best-ever team result in the badminton World Junior Championships when they swept past powerhouse South Korea 3-0 to win the elusive team title for the first time in history.
THE Penang Chinese FA (PCFA) football season swung into full action with a goal feast when the annual Junior League challenge for the Teoh Ah Lean Cup kicked off at the Polo Ground in Penang.
MALACCA: Malaysian hockey is in the doldrums and needs a major boost to rejoin the world elite. Winning the Junior Asia Cup, which begins in Malacca today, would do just that.
JOHOR BARU: Penang got off to a winning start in the national Under-21 hockey tournament with a 1-0 win over former champions Kuala Lumpur in a Group B match at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium here yesterday.
PENANG#8217;s Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) look set to make a quick return to the top division of inter-varsity hockey action following their big wins in the ongoing Masum Division Two challenge.
NATIONAL forward Faisal Saari scored a brace to steer Terengganu to an impressive 3-1 win over Pahang in a Group D men#8217;s hockey match at the Malacca Hockey Stadium yesterday to qualify for the quarter-finals.
NEW DELHI: Two-time defending champions Germany came from behind to force a 2-2 draw on South Korea in the men's hockey World Cup yesterday.