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KUALA LUMPUR: Hockey legend S. Balasingam, who played in two Olympics Games – in Munich in 1972 and Montreal in 1976 – and the great 1975 World Cup squad, has died of colon cancer. The Ipoh-born star was 72.
PETALING JAYA: The national hockey team have had their best preparation – and now, it’s time to deliver.
Being a captain is a huge responsibility, says Malaysian hockey legend.
UNIVERSITI Putra Malaysia-Brotherstick (UPM) clinched a double in the TNB-QNET-Selangor Hockey League after beating last year’s runner-up Headshot Family (HSF HC) 2-1 in a thrilling season-ending match.
The national hockey team left for the World Cup in The Hague, Holland, two weeks ago amidst mild expectations. It was Malaysia’s first appearance in the World Cup after a 12-year hiatus but they lost all five Group A matches to end up last in the 12-team tournament.
FOOTBALL may be the most popular but hockey is Malaysia’s most successful team sport by far.
Most hockey fans may have vague memories of Malaysia's 2-3 defeat by India in the 1975 World Cup semi-final in Kuala Lumpur.