Satwant Singh

Satwant Singh

Pasukan pilihan Liga Hoki Remaja Kebangsaan (MJHL), UniKL Young Guns terpaksa bekerja keras sebelum berjaya meraih kemenangan 2-0 ke atas KLSS di Stadium Hoki Kuala Lumpur semalam.

Malah pada perlawanan tersebut UniKL Young Guns hanya mampu mendapatkan jaringan pada separuh masa kedua selepas gagal memanfaatkan beberapa peluang terhidang sewaktu babak pertama perlawanan.

Jurulatih UniKL Young Guns, Mohd. Rodzhanizam Mat Radzi turut mengakui penyudah pasukannya masih lagi tumpul hingga menyukarkan mereka untuk mendapatkan kemenangan dengan jaringan besar.

"Secara keseluruhannya saya mendapati pemain mungkin sedikit gementar dalam aksi pertama musim ini selain sukar memanfaatkan peluang mendapatkan jaringan dengan baik.

"Selepas ini saya akan memastikan penyudah pasukan lebih tajam untuk kami mendapatkan kemenangan, dan bagi kami jaringan dalam setiap perlawanan penting buat pasukan," katanya.

Dua gol UniKL Young Guns hadir menerusi Zizi Azwan Hassan Basri pada minit ke-39 hasil jaringan padang dan pukulan sudut penalti yang dimanfaatkan oleh Muhammad Firdaus Musa minit ke-49.

Melaka HS pula sekadar seri 1-1 menentang MBI-Anderson dan mereka akan menentang UniKL Young Guns pada 24 Januari ini.

Hari ini hanya satu perlawanan Divisyen 1 yang akan berlangsung melibatkan MBPJ menentang MBI-Anderson di Stadium Hoki Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (KPM).

13 Jan 2014

Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) bergelut sebelum menumpaskan MBI-Anderson 2-1 dalam perlawanan Divisyen Satu Liga Hoki Remaja Kebangsaan (MJHL) 2014 semalam.

MBPJ yang merupakan naib juara musim lalu, tidak mampu menunjukkan kejaguhan sebenar seperti tahun lalu sehingga menjadi bualan peminat hoki di Malaysia.

Sebaliknya, permainan Anderson layak diberi pujian selepas dilihat begitu ampuh walaupun terpaksa beraksi dalam tempoh 24 jam apabila mereka seri 1-1 dengan Melaka HS kelmarin.

"Kami mempamerkan permainan yang kurang memberangsangkan tetapi sekurang-kurangnya kami berjaya meraih satu mata. Ini adalah perlawanan pertama kami dan kami sedikit bergelut untuk menyesuaikan diri," kata jurulatih MBPJ, Azlan Saufi Ahmad Sufian.

Mereka memperoleh jaringan pertama pada minit ke-19 menerusi jaringan padang yang disempurnakan Abdul Halim Jalil, sebelum Mohd. Helmi Jaafar menambah gol kedua selepas menyempurnakan pukulan penalti stroke pada minit ke-58.

Anderson berjaya mengurangkan defisit apabila memperoleh jaringan melalui Syamsul Azraf Shahnun Zubir tiga minit sebelum perlawanan tamat.

Sementara itu dalam saingan Divisyen Dua, Nur Insafi mencatat kemenangan 4-1 ke atas PH Kota Star untuk berada di tangga teratas Kumpulan A.

Di Stadium Pantai pula menyaksikan Sekolah Sukan KL berjaya memadam kekecewaan kalah 0-6 kepada Olak pada perlawanan pembukaan dengan mengalahkan Permatang Juniors 5-1.

13 Jan 2014

Petaling Jaya City Council were made to struggle by Anderson MBI before registering a narrow 2-1 win in  Division One of the Milo Junior Hockey League.

PJCC, who were league runners-up last season, were a pale shadow of the team that won the hearts of the fans last year with their gutsy performance.

Anderson, though, deserved credit as they showed more resilience despite playing their second match in 24 hours, having held Malacca High School 1-1 in Malacca yesterday.

"It was a poor performance but what matters is the three points. It was our first match and we are a bit rusty. Still we ought to have done better," said PJCC coach Azlan Saufi Ahmad Sufian.

"We dominated much of the match and could not put away the chances. And we were fortunate towards the end as Anderson finished stronger."

PJCC scored in the 19th minute through a well worked field goal in which Abdul Halim Jalil got the final touch. Helmi Jaafar converted a penalty stroke in the 58th minute to give PJCC a 2-0 lead.

Anderson forced three penalty corners late in the game but could not make much headway.

They managed to reduce the deficit through Syamsul Azraf Shahnun Zubir three minutes before the end but ran out of time to net the equaliser.

The battle in the Second Division of the Milo Junior Hockey League heated up as teams started to stamp their mark.

With Olak-PKT having won two consecutive matches, Nur Insafi followed suit, winning 4-1 against PH Kota Star to top Group A of the Second Division.

At the Pantai Stadium, KL Sports School recovered from their opening 6-0 whipping by Olak to defeat Permatang Juniors 5-1.

KLSS scored first in the 12th minute through Muhd Azreen Mustama but Permatang drew level at the stroke of half time through Mirza Aizat Mohd Yusof.

However KLSS turned on the heat in the second half with Nur Najibullah Ramlee (43rd minute), Fadhzil Ashraf Zakaria (46th minute), Alif Haikal Norizan (57th minute) and Khuzairi Aiman Zuhairy (67th minute) finding the mark for a final score of 5-1.

In Group 2A of the second division, Nur Insafi registered their second successive win when they defeated PH Kota Star 4-1 at Sungai Petani.

Nur Insafi opened scoring in the eighth minute through Nur Rahul Hrsikesa and doubled the advantage two minutes later through Aidil Zafri Mohd Zahir.

Nur Rahul added another two goals in the 21st and 42nd minutes to give Nur Insafi a commanding 4-0 lead.

PHKS reduced the deficit in the 64th minute via Muhd Syazani Mohd Shauqi.

Results -- Division One: Petaling Jaya CC.2 Anderson 1; Division 2A: Matri Perlis 3 STAR Ipoh 0, Nur Insafi 4 PH Kota Star 1; Division 2B: KLSS Juniors 5 Permatang Juniors 1, Akademi Pahang 1 MSP Pahang Juniors 1; Division 2C: Politeknik KPM 9 SM Sains Johor 0.

Last season’s runners-up Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) played badly but still bagged all three points to get their Division One challenge in the MHC-Milo-NSC Malaysia Junior Hockey League off to a winning start.

Although woeful with their finishing, MBPJ managed to edge Anderson-Perak SEDC 2-1 at the Education Ministry Pitch in Jalan Pantai on Sunday.

Anderson, however, deserve credit for showing more resilience, despite playing their second match in 24 hours. They were held to a 1-1 draw by Malacca High School on Saturday.

MBPJ opened the scoring in the 19th minute through a well-worked field goal, with Abdul Halim Jalil finishing off the move. Mohd Helmi Jaafar then converted a penalty stroke in the 58th minute to give the MBPJ a 2-0 lead.

Anderson reduced the deficit through Syamsul Azraf Shahnun Zubir in the 67th minute with a field attempt but it was too late to spark a comeback.

MBPJ coach coach Azlan Saufi Ahmad Sufian was happy to collect full points despite their poor display.

“It was a poor performance ... but what matters are the three points. It was our first match and we were a bit rusty,” he said.

“We were also lucky as Anderson finished the game stronger.”

Anderson coach Mohamed Nizam, meanwhile, said that it was back to the drawing board for them.

“It was generally a poor performance although we wanted to win badly,” he said.

“We started slowly and paid the price. Our next two matches are at home and we need to get back to winning ways.”

In Division Two, Nur Insafi took charge of Group A after beating PH Kota Star 4-1 at the Sungai Petani Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

It was Nur Insafi’s second win in the group and puts them at the top of the standings with six points.

Nur Rahul Hrsikesa bagged a hat-trick (8th, 21st, 42nd) while Aidil Zafri Mohd Zahid (10th) got the other for Nur Insafi.

Mohd Syazani Mohd Shauqi scored the Kota Star team’s consolation goal in the 64th minute.

In a Division Two Group B match at the KL Hockey Stadium, KL Sports School Juniors-MSSWP bounced back from an opening day mauling by Olak to thrash Permatang Juniors 5-1.

KLSS Juniors, who lost 6-0 on Friday, opened accounts through Mohd Azreen Mustama. Permatang Juniors hit back at the stroke of half-time through Mirza Aizat Mohd Yusof.

The KL side then turned on the power in the second half to net four goals through Nur Najibullah Ramlee (43rd), Fadhzil Ashraf Zakaria (46th), Alif Haikal Norizan (57th) and Khuzairi Aiman Zuhairy (67th).

Poor finishing denied former champions Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) from notching a bigger win in their opening Division One match against KL Sports School-KLHC in the MHC-Milo-NSC Malaysia Junior Hockey League at the KL Hockey Stadium.

Although UniKL won 2-0 on Saturday with goals by Zizi Azwan Hassan Basri (39th) and Muhd Fridaus Musa (48th), coach Mohd Rodhanizam Maat Radzi was left seething with their laboured performance.

“We wasted far too many penalty corners in the match ... that’s something we need to rectify before our next game,” said Rodhanizam.

“While it’s good to start off with a win, it was quite an erratic performance in the first half but things improved once we scored the first goal.

“I believe the players were nervous as it was our opening match. They lacked patience against a team bent on defending in numbers.”

In another Division One match at the Bukit Serindit Hockey Stadium in Malacca, homesters Malacca High School were held to a 1-1 draw by Anderson-Perak SEDC.

Despite playing away, Anderson were the early aggressors and took the lead in the ninth minute through a field goal by S. Deavendran. Malacca High School equalised through Mohd Asraf Zuhry (66th).

In Division Two, Olak-PKT trounced Permatang Juniors 10-1 while Bukit Jalil Sports School could only pip their Juniors 2-1.

It was the second win for Olak, who are determined to move up to Division One next year. They had defeated KLHC Juniors 6-1 on Friday.

12 Jan 2014

Petaling Jaya City Council were made to struggle by Anderson MBI before registering a narrow 1-0 win in the Division One of the Milo Junior Hockey League.

PJCC who were league runners up last season were a pale shadow of the team that captivated the hearts of the fans last year with their gusty performance.

Anderson though deserve credit as they showed more resilience, despite playing their second match in 24 hours, having held Malacca High School to a 1-1 draw in Malacca yesterday.

"It was a poor performance but what matters is the three points. It was our first match and we are a bit rusty. Still we ought to have done better," said PJCC coach Azlan Saufi Ahmad Sufian.

"We dominated much of the match and could not put away the chances. And we were fortunate towards the end as Anderson finished stronger."

PJCC scored in the 19th minute through a well worked field goal in which Abdul Halim Jalil got the final touch.

Mohd Helmi Jaafar converted a penalty stroke in the 58th minute to give PJCC a 2-0 lead.

Anderson forced three penalty corners late in the game but could not make much headway.

They managed to reduce the deficit Syamsul Azraf Shahnun Zubir three minutes from time but ran out of time to net the equaliser.

The battle in the Second Division of the MILO Junior Hockey League heated up as teams started to stamp their mark.

With Olak-PKT having won two consecutive matches, Nur Insafi followed suit winning 4-1 against PH Kota Star to top Group A of the Second Division.

At the Pantai Stadium, KL Sports School recovered from their opening 6-0 defeat at the hands of Olak to defeat Permatang Juniors 5-1.

KLSS scored first in the 12 th minute through Muhd Azreen Mustama but Permatang drew level at the stroke of halftime via Mirza Aizat Mohd Yusof.

However KLSS turned on the heat in the second half with Nur Najibullah Ramlee ( 43 rd minute), Fadhzil Ashraf Zakaria ( 46 th minute ), Alif Haikal Norizan ( 57 th minute) and Khuzairi Aiman Zuhairy ( 67 th minute) finding the mark for a final score of 5-1.

In Group 2A of the second division, Nur Insafi registered their second successive win when they defeated PH Kota Star 4-1 at Sungai Petani.

Nur Insafi opened scoring in the eight minute via Nur Rahul Hrsikesa and doubled the advantage two minutes later through Aidil Zafri Mohd Zahir.

Nur Rahul added another two goals in the 21 st and 42 nd minutes to give Nur Insafi a commanding 4-0 lead.

PHKS reduced the deficit in the 64 th minute via Muhd Syazani Mohd Shauqi.

Results

Division One

Petaling Jaya CC.2 Anderson 1

Division 2A

Matri Perlis 3 STAR Ipoh 0

Nur Insafi  4  PH Kota Star 1

Division 2B

KLSS Juniors 5 Permatang Juniors 1

Akademi Pahang 1 MSP Pahang Juniors 1

Division 2C

Politeknik KPM 9 SM Sains Johor 0

 

The battle in the Second Division of the MILO Junior Hockey League heated up as teams started to stamp their mark.

With Olak-PKT having won two consecutive matches, Nur Insafi followed suit winning 4-1 against PH Kota Star to top Group A of the Second Division.

At the Pantai Stadium, KL Sports School recovered from their opening 6-0 defeat at the hands of Olak to defeat Permatang Juniors 5-1.

KLSS scored first in the 12 th minute through Muhd Azreen Mustama but Permatang drew level at the stroke of halftime via Mirza Aizat Mohd Yusof.

However KLSS turned on the heat in the second half with Nur Najibullah Ramlee ( 43 rd minute), Fadhzil Ashraf Zakaria ( 46 th minute ), Alif Haikal Norizan ( 57 th minute) and Khuzairi Aiman Zuhairy ( 67 th minute) finding the mark for a final score of 5-1.

In Group 2A of the second division, Nur Insafi registered their second successive win when they defeated PH Kota Star 4-1 at Sungai Petani.

Nur Insafi opened scoring in the eight minute via Nur Rahul Hrsikesa and doubled the advantage two minutes later through Aidil Zafri Mohd Zahir.

Nur Rahul added another two goals in the 21 st and 42 nd minutes to give Nur Insafi a commanding 4-0 lead.

PHKS reduced the deficit in the 64 th minute via Muhd Syazani Mohd Shauqi.

Results

Division One

Petaling Jaya CC. Anderson - match started at 7pm

Division 2A

Matri Perlis 3 STAR Ipoh 0

Nur Insafi  4  PH Kota Star 1

Division 2B

KLSS Juniors 5 Permatang Juniors 1

Akademi Pahang 1 MSP Pahang Juniors 1

Division 2C

Politeknik KPM 9 SM Sains Johor 0

 

The battle in the Second Division of the MILO Junior Hockey League heated up as teams started to stamp their mark.

With Olak-PKT having won two consecutive matches, Nur Insafi followed suit winning 4-1 against PH Kota Star to top Group A of the Second Division.

At the Pantai Stadium, KL Sports School recovered from their opening 6-0 defeat at the hands of Olak to defeat Permatang Juniors 5-1.

KLSS scored first in the 12 th minute through Muhd Azreen Mustama but Permatang drew level at the stroke of halftime via Mirza Aizat Mohd Yusof.

However KLSS turned on the heat in the second half with Nur Najibullah Ramlee ( 43 rd minute), Fadhzil Ashraf Zakaria ( 46 th minute ), Alif Haikal Norizan ( 57 th minute) and Khuzairi Aiman Zuhairy ( 67 th minute) finding the mark for a final score of 5-1.

In Group 2A of the second division, Nur Insafi registered their second successive win when they defeated PH Kota Star 4-1 at Sungai Petani.

Nur Insafi opened scoring in the eight minute via Nur Rahul Hrsikesa and doubled the advantage two minutes later through Aidil Zafri Mohd Zahir.

Nur Rahul added another two goals in the 21 st and 42 nd minutes to give Nur Insafi a commanding 4-0 lead.

PHKS reduced the deficit in the 64 th minute via Muhd Syazani Mohd Shauqi.

Results

Division One

Petaling Jaya CC. Anderson - match started at 7pm

Division 2A

Matri Perlis 3 STAR Ipoh 0

Nur Insafi  4  PH Kota Star 1

Division 2B

KLSS Juniors 5 Permatang Juniors 1

Akademi Pahang 1 MSP Pahang Juniors 1

Division 2C

Politeknik KPM 9 SM Sains Johor 0

 

11 Jan 2014

Title aspirants UniKL Young Guns were made to sweat before registering a 2-0 win over KL Sports School-KLHC at the Pantai Hockey Stadium in a MILO junior Hockey League Division One match.

In another Division One match at the Bukit Serindit Hockey Stadium in Malacca, homesters Malacca High School were held to a 1-1 draw by Anderson-Perak SEDC.

UniKL have only themselves to blame as they wasted many chances that could have given them a comfortable win.

"We wasted far too many penalty corners in the match and this is something we need to rectify in training," said UniKL coach Mohd Rodhanizam Mat Radzi.

"While it's always good to start off with a win, it was a rather erratic performance in the first half and things improved after we got the first goal.

"We need to play better as I believe the players were nervous as it was the opening match and they lacked the patience required.

"Still the three points are a relief as openers can be difficult and it could have derailed our season even before it could get underway."

UniKL could have taken the lead in the third minute but the attempted deflection by zizi Azwan Hassan Basri came off the upright.

They also wasted three penalty corners in the first half, with Muhd Zulhaziq Hashim woefully off target, hardly posing any threat to the KLSS defenders.

Infact KLSS could have taken the lead in the 31st minute with Fallah Hassan Shahrom Jamil's deflection came of the bar.

It took UniKL only four minutes upon resumption to take the lead as Zizi Azwan slotted in a rebound after the initial shot from Muhd Fridaus Musa came off the KLSS keeper,

Firdaus then got into the scoring act, neatly tucking in a penalty corner in the 48th minute to make it 2-0 in favour of UniKL.

In Division Two, Olak-PKT went on a scoring spree, trashing Permatang Juniors 10-1 while Bukit Jalil Sports School struggled to edge their Juniors 2-1.

Results

Division One

KLSS-KLHC  0 UniKL Young Guns 2

Malacca High School  1 Anderson-Perak SEDC 1

 

Division 2A

SMK Syed Hassan 8 STAR Ipoh 1 

Nur Insafi 5 Bakat MSSK/PHK 1

 

Division 2B

Permatang Juniors 1  Olak-PKT 10

Akademi Felda Temerloh 2 SMK  Padang Midin 3

 

Division 2C

BJSS Juniors 1 BJSS 2

 

SSTMI Juniors must feel like they’ve been struck by a thunderbolt after being bludgeoned 6-1 by their seniors, and defending champions, SSTMI-Thunderbolt in the opening match of Division One in the MHC-Milo-NSC Malaysia Junior Hockey League (MJHL) at the Taman Daya Stadium in Johor Baru on Friday.

Thunderbolt’s goals were scored by Mohd Aminuddin Mohd Zain (13th, 31st), Mohd Amirol Aideed Md Arshad (23rd), Mohd Sufi Ismat (37th), Nik Mohd Aiman Nik Rozemi (39th) and Azril Misron (59th) while SSTMI Juniors got their lone reply through Raja Mohd Izzat Raja Hussin in the 58th minute.

“I’m happy with our overall performance ... but we could have scored more if only our players had more composure in front of goal,” said Thunderbolt coach Wan Mohd Roslan Wan Abdul Rahman.

“Our juniors are a decent side ... whoever takes the game lightly, will pay the price. This was our first game, so there was bound to be some areas for us to work on ... but I am not overly concerned.”

Over at the KL Hockey Stadium in Jalan Pantai, the Division Two matches got off on a controversial note when the Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association (KLHA) did not allow the A-Boards for the title sponsors to be put up.

The Milo boards were conspicuously missing as KLHA, the administrators of the stadium, told the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) that they needed to seek approval from KL City Hall before they could allow the A-Boards to be put up.

MHC competitions executive Hashim Mohd Yusof said they would sort out the mess next week.

“We will play the matches scheduled this weekend without the boards and will try to seek (City Hall’s) approval on Monday, failing which we will move the matches to the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil,” he said.

On the pitch though, there was plenty of action – with nine matches taking place.

Olak-PKT enjoyed a great start, thrashing KL Sports School Juniors-MSSSWP 6-0.

It, however, took Olak 20 minutes to the floodgates through Mohd Noor Khairul Azri Adnan. Further goals by Mohd Syabariq Shamsuri (32nd), Norhafizi Aris (33rd), Marwadi Hanimin (40th), Noor Khairul (45th) and Maxhana Christi (52nd) completed the rout.

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