Contrary to news reports filtering out of India, it can now be confirmed that India will participate in the 22nd edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup that commences on March 9 at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh.

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As expected four changes were made to the 18-member Pakistan hockey squad announced here on Saturday for the upcoming Azlan Shah Cup scheduled to be held from March 9 to 17 in Ipoh, Malaysia.

Those who made it to the national team for half-line position are Tassawar Abbas and Amir Shahzad while strikers Imran junior and Irfan junior have also been inducted with Mohammad Imran being retained as captain.

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The 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup received a major boost in sponsorship as RM1.7 million was handed over by sponsors at a ceremony in Kuala Lumpur this morning.

Heading the list of contributions was the Sultan Azlan Shah Foundation, contributing RM500,000 with Raja Dato Seri Elena Sultan Azlan Shah presenting the mock cheque.

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New Zealand men's hockey coach Colin Batch has selected a young side to compete at the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament in Malaysia next month.

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The 2013 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup takes place at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh, Malaysia from March 9-17. The tournament is named after the ninth King of Malaysia, Sultan Azlan Shah, who was an avid hockey fan.

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They are regarded as one of the best teams in world sport, with many Olympic medals.

And now a Parkes man will play a vital role in their continued dominance.

Ben Bishop has just been appointed Assistant Coach of the Australian Mens Hockey side, more commonly referred to as the Kookaburras.

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Exuding confidence that the Indian team will perform well in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament to be played in Ipoh (Malaysia) from March 9, the newly-appointed captain of the Indian hockey team Danish Mujtaba said a new chapter in Indian hockey is waiting to be written.

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Pakistan’s national hockey coach Hanif Khan said he felt an overall sense of satisfaction with the preparations for next month’s Azlan Shah Cup.

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Malaysia will open its campaign against South Korea in the 22nd edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup that will be held in Ipoh from March 9 to 17, 2013.

And defending champions New Zealand, who edged Argentina 1-0 in the final last year will open their title defence against Asian Champions Trophy winners Pakistan. The third game of the opening day will see Australia up against a resurgent India.

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The 22nd edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup will be held at Ipoh from the 8th to 17th of March 2013.

As it stands defending champions New Zealand, Australia, Pakistan, India and Malaysia have confirmed their participation in the tournament.

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New Zealand defeated Argentina to lift the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup for the first time in its 21 years of competition.

It was heartbreak for Argentina who dominated the proceedings but just could not find their scoring touch.

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5/6th Placing

South Korea 3 (Hyun Hye Sung 1, Jang Jong Hyun 42, You Hyo Sik 50) Malaysia 2 ( Hafifihafiz Hanafi 17, Faisal Saari 63)
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3/4th Placing

India 2 ( Shivendra Singh 43, Sandeep Singh 52, Tushar Khandker 69)  Great Britain 1 ( Ashley Jackson 35 ) 
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New Zealand 1 ( Andy Hayward 18)  Argentina 0
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Fairplay: Great Britain
Best Player of Tournament: Sardar Singh (India)
Best Goalkeeper: Kyle Pontifex (New Zealand)
Top Scorer: Ashley Jackson ( Great Britain)
Man of the Match (Final): Kyle Pontifex (New Zealand)

 

5/6th Placing

South Korea 3 (Hyun Hye Sung 1, Jang Jong Hyun 42, You Hyo Sik 50) Malaysia 2 ( Hafifihafiz Hanafi 17, Faisal Saari 63)
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3/4th Placing

India 2 ( Shivendra Singh 43, Sandeep Singh 52, Tushar Khandker 69)  Great Britain 1 ( Ashley Jackson 35 ) 
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Final


New Zealand v Argentina

 

Argentina defeated Malaysia 1-0 to qualify for the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia.

It was heartbreak for Great Britain as they watched from the stands where a solitary goal was enough to deny them a chance to play in the final against New Zealand.

But the story of the day was Pakistan’s fall from grace as the Asian Champions finished as wodden spoonists after they lost 2-1 to Great Britain.

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Armed Forces emerged champions of the National Indoor Tournament when they defeated Kuala Lumpur 3-1 on penalty strokes after being tied 4-4 at the end of regulation time at the Indera Mulia Stadium in Ipoh.

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