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New Delhi, February 26, 2013 India was on Tuesday forced to withdraw from next month's prestigious Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament after the Sports Authority of India (SAI) refused to bear the travel expenditure of the national team.
National players should not take their places in the national hockey team for granted. National coach Paul Revington issued the stern warning and reminded the players that they will be accessed according to their performances in domestic competitions.
Defending champions New Zealand will arrive early for this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament and play two matches with the national hockey team in Kuala Lumpur. This year's tournament will be a six-nation affair and will be held in Ipoh
Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Wednesday announced 25 probables for 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, to be held in Ipoh, Malaysia from 9-17 March. The probables have been called for training camp from 10 February at National Hockey Stadium in Lahore.
The European teams will be conspicuously missing from this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Cup which is slated to be held in Ipoh from March 7-17. Three European teams Germany, Holland and Spain have declined the invitation. So far, six teams have confirmed
Current India captain Sardar Singh, Australian Jamie Dwyer and the world's most capped player, Teun de Nooijer of the Netherlands, are amongst the six marquee players for the Hockey India League (HIL) auction Dec 16. The other premier players picked
Terengganu, powered by three national players, will start as the favourites to win the gold medal in the men's hockey competition in Sukma, which begins in Kuantan tomorrow. The trio Mohd Firhan Ashaari and the Saari brothers of Faizal and Fitri
The Black Sticks men are happy to see the back of Australia and relieved they will not meet the men's hockey world champions in pool play at the Olympics. New Zealand are currently ranked six places below the Kookaburras and that gulf equated to a 15-
India's Sardar Singh (pic) , rated as one of the world's best defenders, is keen to play in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) scheduled to start in October. Sardar, who has 150 international caps, said he had heard many interesting things about the
Malaysia need to start investing in their junior players if they want to be serious contenders in international hockey. This is the opinion of India coach Michael Nobbs, who said that despite having good players, Malaysia were underachievers as they