Sunday, February 24, 2013

SSTMI Juniors roll into semi-finals..

  RESULTS: Quarter-finals (second leg):
   KL Sports School 1 Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School 5
    (SSTMI win 9-1 on aggregate)
    Kelantan 2 Anderson 4
   (Anderson win 9-3 on aggregate)
    Malacca High School 0 UniKL Young Guns 6
   (UniKL win 13-0 on aggregate)
    SSTMI Juniors 4 Petaling Jaya CC 4
    (SSTMI Juniors win 8-7 on aggregate)

TENGKU Mahkota Ismail Sports School Juniors caused the biggest upset of the Junior Hockey League Milo Cup quarter-finals when they beat Petaling Jaya City Council 8-7 on aggregate.

    SSTMI Juniors took a 4-3 lead in the first leg, and yesterday held the Division One runners-up 4-4 at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru to coast into the semi-finals where they will play UniKL Young Guns.
   However, even after 70 minutes, the drama will continue today as PJCC have submitted a protest to the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) Competitions Committee, with RM500, as they are unhappy with how one of the goals was scored.
   MHC Competitions Committee chairman M. Gobinathan confirmed that PJCC have placed a protest: PJCC are unhappy with the umpiring side of the match and have put in a protest at the end of the match today (yesterday) and so the technical committee will meet tomorrow (today) to deliberate on the matter.”
   UniKL romped into the semi-finals on a 13-0 aggregate, after they slammed six goals past Malacca High Schol yesterday.
   League champions Tengku Mahkota Ismail Sports School also had an easy last-eight, as they beat Kuala Lumpur Sports School 5-1 yesterday for a 9-1 aggregate win.
    SSTMI will play Anderson of Ipoh in the last four, as Anderson beat Kelantan 4-2 for a 9-3 aggregate win,
   The SSTMI goals were scored by Sufi Ismat, (8th, 63rd), Shahrusahadan Basri (12th), Shahril Saabah (34th), and Aminuddin Zain (48th). The KLSS goal was scored by Khairul Amirin Jalil in the 14th minute.



Malaysian women fall at last hurdle..

JAPAN beat Malaysia 4-0 yesterday in New Delhi to qualify for the Semi-finals Round of the World Hockey League.
   The Malaysian women, ranked 22nd in the world, never stood a chance against the ninth ranked Japanese who opened scoring in the 31st minute, and then slammed in three more goals in the second half.
    Malaysia played well in the tournament to beat Russia and Kazakhstan by 3-1 margins, ans slammed Fiji 12-0; but lost to India 3-0.

Malaysai remain unbeaten after 6 matches...

Bangalore: 6th Match Score: Mas Jnrs 3 Directories of Youth Services 1. Fitri Saari 1 (FG), Rashid Baharom 1 (FG), Hafiz Zainol 1 (FG)
    Scorers - Fitri Saari 1 (FG), Rashid Baharom 1 (FG), Hafiz Zainol 1 (FG)
   Next Game: Unbeaten after six games -- Msian Jnrs vs Meg A Hockey Team.