Malaysia can rely on rising stars in future tournaments


Young upstarts: (From left) Muhajir Abdu Rauf, Azimuddin Syakir Kamaruddin, Azrai Aizad Abu Kamal and Che Shahrul Azmi Che Saupi can be relied on after showing good performances at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.Young upstarts: (From left) Muhajir Abdu Rauf, Azimuddin Syakir Kamaruddin, Azrai Aizad Abu Kamal and Che Shahrul Azmi Che Saupi can be relied on after showing good performances at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

IPOH: Finishing fourth might not have been the best result for the national hockey team at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, but the takeaways outweigh the results.

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