By Ajitpal Singh

MALAYSIA A were given a lesson in indoor hockey by Iran in the 1st Men's Asia Cup when they were thrashed 7-0 at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh yesterday.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia stayed on course for a place in the final despite a disappointing 0-7 defeat to favourites Iran in the inaugural men’s Indoor Asia Cup hockey tournament at the Indera Mulia Stadium yesterday.

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MALAYSIA A started their campaign in the 1st Men’s Indoor Asia Cup by notching two impressive victories at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh yesterday.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia A got chalked up two convincing wins on the opening day of the inaugural men’s Indoor Asia Cup hockey tournament at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh yesterday.

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By Ajitpal Singh

THE Malaysian Hockey Federation wants the International Hockey Federation (IHF) to hand one automatic slot to Asia for the 2011 Men’s Indoor World Cup in Poland.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia expect to qualify for the final of the inaugural men’s Asia Cup indoor hockey tournament, which begins today at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh.

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By Jugjet Singh

The first Asia indoor hockey tournament will be held at the Indra Mulia Stadium in Ipoh on Dec 10-15 2008.

Named as the Azlan Shah Cup, the tournament will see Japan, Pakistan, South Korea, Singapore, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Hong Kong, Iran and many other countries competing.

Also, the seven-team 18th Azlan Shah Cup will be held from April 23 to May 2 next year at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh.

Malaysia will invite defending champions Argentina, Pakistan, India, Canada, Belgium and England. The reserves will be New Zealand, South Korea, China and South Africa.

New Straits Times
 

By Jugjet Singh

THE first Asia Indoor hockey tournament will be held at the Indra Mulia Stadium in Ipoh on Dec 10-15.

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