Thunder and lightning disrupt play but Terengganu still strike it big


Cause for confidence: Terengganu captain Fitri Saari (centre) believes his team are on the right track in the Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) title chase. — MHC

PETALING JAYA: A thunderstorm in Bukit Jalil shortened the match between Terengganu and Armed Forces to just 41 minutes but the east coast giants are not complaining after a 4-1 win yesterday kept their Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) title chances alive.

Terengganu, the defending league champions, were cruising to a 4-1 lead at the National Hockey Stadium but heavy downpour and lightning stopped play in the 41st minute.

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