Finally, Tenaga reign again with rain of goals

Champions!: Tenaga Nasional players and officials celebrating their league triumph at the National Hockey Stadium yesterday.

PETALING JAYA: The agony of waiting for a first league title in 21 years is not only over for Tenaga Nasional – but also for their coach Norsaiful Zaini at the National Hockey Stadium yesterday.

Norsaiful was part of Tenaga’s last league triumph in 2003 and the former international striker had to toil as a coach for more than 10 years to shed his club’s nearly-man tag.

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