Speedy Tigers bow out to Ireland in semi-finals


Hard at work: Malaysian players in action against Ireland in the Nations Cup semi-finals. — FIH/World Sports

PETALING JAYA: In just 11 minutes, world No. 10 and top ranked Malaysia’s hopes to reach the final of the Nations Cup was over.

After showing steady improvements over the last few days, the Speedy Tigers finally found their match when they went down 0-3 to world No. 13 Ireland in the semi-finals in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

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