The young and potent Speedy Tigers


PETALING JAYA: Azimuddin Syakir Kamaruddin is 18, Faris Harizan is 22 – and they look set to spearhead the future of Malaysian hockey.

The newcomers produced some fine performances in the Nations Cup and the seniors in the team believe more young blood should follow suit to stake their claim in the Speedy Tigers squad.

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