www.thestar.com.myKUALA LUMPUR: Double champions Kuala Lumpur Hockey Club (KLHC) sent out an early warning to their Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) rivals with a 5-0 bashing of Sapura en route to retaining the Charity Shield at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.
KUALA LUMPUR: Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) will not hire any foreign players to boost their challenge in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL).UniKL team manager Amir Azhar Ibrahim said it would be a waste of money to hire foreign players for the league, which is only for five weeks.
KUALA LUMPUR: Nur Insafi have joined forces with Ipoh City Council (MBI) to groom hockey players in the northern region.The Nur Insafi-MBI team, who will take part in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) from Sept 1, will comprise players from Penang as well as some who had featured for Perak in last month’s Pahang Sukma. The team will also have two players from Sabah.
www.thestar.com.myKUALA LUMPUR: Former champions Maybank are on the verge of hiring three foreign players to beef up their squad for the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) which begins on Sept 1.
MAYBANK look set to part with tradition, and hire foreign players for the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) challenge starting on Sept 1.The Tigers, among the pioneers of the MHL which made its debut on 1987, had only hired Singaporean Mohamed Ali in 2005 before this as they kept a local line-up.
www.nst.com.myTENAGA Nasional (TNB) goalkeeper S. Kumar believes the absence of defender Baljit Singh will not affect his team's chances of winning titles in the Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) which starts on Sept 1.
www.nst.com.myONE of the best defenders in the world, Baljit Singh, will leave Tenaga Nasional and join UniKL for the Malaysia Hockey League starting on Sept 1.
www.thestar.com.myKUALA LUMPUR: National defender Baljit Singh will be donning Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) colours when the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) begins on Sept 1.
www.thestar.com.myPETALING JAYA: Former national skipper S. Kuhan will have the distinction of being the longest serving player in the Malaysian Hockey League (MHL) when the competition starts on Saturday.
www.thestar.com.myKUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) have given the green light for national assistant coach designate S. Arul Selvaraj to train Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) which starts on Saturday.
FORMER national skipper S. Kuhan will earn the distinction of being the longest serving player in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) when he dons Sapura colours this Saturday.Kuhan, who made his MHL debut with Yayasan Negeri Sembilan in 1992, has played in every edition since.