Sunday, May 30, 2010


UniKL emerged champions of the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior League when they defeated SSBP Thunderbolt 2-1 in the final at the Tun Razak Stadium.

The win denied SSBP a double but they have only themselves to blame for missing the chances created.

SSBP messed up their second penalty corner in the 31st minute and UniKL launched a quick counter attack with Mohd Ramadan Rosli setting up the ball for Amir Farid Ahmad Fuzi to tap into goal with keeper Mohd Fareez Nari Musa beaten.

In the 41st minute, SSBP were on level terms. A penalty corner attempt by Faisal Saari was deemed to have hit a UniKL defender on the foot and umpire Rosdi Pilus after consulting fellow umpire P.Balamurly, awarded a penalty stroke which Faisal duly put away to tie the score at 1-1.

In the 45th minute Mohd Firhan Ashaari could have given SSBP the lrad when he went around UniKL keeper Shahrul Azaddin but pushed the ball wide with the defence completely beaten.

SSBJ were dictating play but could not make use of the chances that came their way due to over individualistic play by their forwards.

Mohd Aminuddin Abu, younger brother of national discard Ismail Abu went on a solo run in the 61st minute before unleashing a thunderous shot to give UniKL a 2-1 lead against the run of play.

Aminuddin could have put the issue beyond doubt but missed a sitter two minutes later.

Champion (RM20,000):

Runner-Up (RM10,000):

Third (RM7,000): Bukit Jalil Sports School

Fourth: (RM5,000): Petaling Jaya City Council

Division One

Champions: (RM10,000)SSBP Thunderbolt

Runner Up: (RM5,000) UniKL

Third: (RM3,000) Bukit Jalil Sports School

Fourth: (RM2,000) Petaling Jaya City Council

Division Two

Champions: (RM7,000) MSN Sabah

Runner Up: (RM3,500)MSSP-MPK

Third: (RM2,000) MBI-MSN

Fourth: (RM1,000) TBSS Tampin


Top Scorer:
Faisal Saari (SSBP Thunderbolt) - 16 goals.

Most Outstanding Player: Mohd Firhan Ashaari (SSBP)

Best Goalkeeper:
Mohd Hazrul Faiz (SSBJ)

Man of the Match: Mohd Aminuddin Abu (UNIKL)

Fairplay: PHK/MSS KELANTAN (RM3,000)


Bukit Jalil Sports School finished third in the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League when they defeated Petaling Jaya City Council 5-1.

Ahmad Termidzi Ismail opened scoring in the 11th minute to give BJSS the lead.

He doubled the advantage in the 45th minute when he converted a penalty corner.

Fahed Saifulah Shahrom Jamil made it 3-0 in the 51st minute.

Muhamad Hafiz Nawi reduced the deficit in the 59th minute but BJSS made sure of the third spot with two more goals via Kavin Kartik and Faridzul Afiq Mohamad in the 64th and 67th minutes respectively.

BJSS took home RM7,000 for their effort while PJCC had to be contended with RM5,000 for finishing fourth.

Friday, May 28, 2010


MBPJ will be without four players for their 3/4th placing match of the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League against Bukit Jalil Sports School tomorrow.

While goalkeeper Ahmad Syahir Mohd Noor sits out as a result of the red card he received in the semi final clash against BPSS Thunderbolt, three of his team mates were handed one match suspension for abusing the umpires and technical officials after the final whistle of the ill tempered semis match.

Shaharul Dennis Ruslan Henry, Mohamad Rashid Baharom and Mohamad Fahmi Ashari were given a one match suspension by the Technical Committee for ungentlemanly conduct after the match.

While the trio were spared further punishment, Ahmad Syahir will have to face the MHF Disciplinary Board for man handling umpire Rosdi Pilus.


UniKL defeated Bukit Jalil Sports School 2-1 in the second semi final and will face BPSS Thunderbolt in the final of the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League on Sunday.

UniKL took the lead in the 10th minute via Mohd Syamim Mohd Yusof who was the first to react in a goalmouth melee to put the ball in.

BJSS were shocked and started putting together several moves and were awarded a penalty corner in the 20th minute which Faridzul Afiq Mohamad duly converted to level the scores.

UniKL took the lead once again in the 44th minute when Mohd Zulhairi Hashim picked up a rebound from a penalty corner attempt by Mohamad Sabri to cooly slot home to make the score 2-1 in favour of UniKL.

Syamim could have sealed it for UniKL but missed a penalty stroke in the 56th minute.

BPSS Thunderbolt in final

BPSS Thunderbolt booked their place in the final of the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League by defeating MBPJ 5-3 in the semi at the Tun Razak Stadium.

It was a good fightback from the sports school team that were a goal down early in the match and almost gave away a two goal lead midway in the match.

MBPJ took the lead in the 13th minute through Muhamad Hafiz Nawi.

But BPSS hit back to equalise through Mohd Noor Faeez Ibrahim six minutes later who converted a penalty corner.

Faeez gave his team the lead on the stroke of halftime via another penalty corner.

Mohd Firhan Ashari then made it 3-1 in the 48th minute and BPSS thought they had the match all sewn up.

But MBPJ had other ideas as Mohd Rifan Mohd Azhar scored twice in as many minutes , in the 50th and 52nd minutes to make in 3-3.

Faeez gave BPSS the lead once again in the 61st minute before Mohd Fitri Saari made sure of BPSS place in the final scoring the fifth in the 67th minute.

The match was marred by the sending off of MBPJ goalkeeper Ahmad Syahir Mohd Noor two minutes from time for shoving umpire Rosdi Pilus.

Thursday, May 27, 2010


Fahmi Faiz scored a golden goal in the 82nd minute to steer Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) to a hard fought 3-2 win over Bandar Penawar Sports School (BPSS) Juniors and a spot in the semi-finals of the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League (MJHL) at the Tun Razak Stadium yesterday.

MBPJ, the 2006 overall champions, scored two quick goals in the second half through Fahmi (40th minute) and Hafiz Nawi (41st) before BPSS Juniors hit back through Firhan Ashaari (57th and 70th) to force the match into sudden-death extra-time.

MBPJ will face Division One winners BPSS-Thunderbolt in today’s semi-final at the same venue (4pm).

The other semi-final will be between defending champions Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) and debutants Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) at the same venue (6pm).

In yesterday’s match, MBPJ created more chances but had to wait until after the break to score two quick goals.

Forward Fahmi put the PJ team ahead in the 40th minute when he beat two defenders before scoring from the top D.

Barely a minute later MBPJ made it 2-0 with a field goal by Hafiz.

Just when it looked like MBPJ were coasting to victory, BPSS Juniors took advantage of their rivals’ poor defending to score two penalty corner goals in the last 13 minutes.

Firhan reduced the deficit in the 57th minute. Then, in the very last minute, he made no mistake from the top D to flick a high ball into the net to force the game into extra-time.

MBPJ were the stronger side in extra-time, earning three penalty corners in a row. And it was left to Fahmi to crack home the golden goal in the 82nd minute.

MBPJ assistant team manager Zanal Abidin Ismail said that his forwards missed a lot of sitters in the match.

“We created so many chances but just could not score in the first-half. However, I am happy that my boys played well to score the golden goal,” said Zanal, who expects BPSS-Thunderbolt to start out as favourites “because they had beaten us 4-1 in the league”.

“It will be tough for us to beat BPSS-Thunderbolt because they have 10 players from the Project 2013 squad. I also hope my boys will be able to recover after playing a tough match against BPSS Juniors today,” said Zanal.

The other semi-final between BJSS and UniKL is expected to be a close affair as well as both the teams drew 1-1 in the league.

BJSS coach S. Prakash is keeping his fingers crossed that his players would rise to the occasion.

“The pressure will be on us as we are the defending champions. We failed to retain the league title but I hope my boys will give their best to reach the final,” said Prakash.


Perlawanan diheret masa tambahan menyaksikan gagal manfaat penalti

MAJLIS Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) mengejutkan Sekolah Sukan Bandar Penawar (SSBP) Remaja dengan jaringan masa tambahan, selepas terikat 2-2 dengan untuk menempah tiket ke separuh akhir Liga Hoki Remaja (JHL) PHM-Milo-MSN.

MBPJ sudah pun berada di landasan kemenangan selepas mendahului 2-0 namun, mensia-siakan peluang pada babak kedua apabila membuka ruang SSBP Remaja menyamakan kedudukan tiga saat sebelum perlawanan tamat di Stadium Tun Razak.

MBPJ akan bertemu SSBP Thunderbolt, ketika Sekolah Sukan Bukit Jalil (SSBJ) akan menentang UniKL pada separuh akhir berasingan di Stadium Tun Razak, hari ini.

“Barisan penyerang kami agak bermasalah sejak awal JHL dan sekarang (semalam) juga tiada beza. Bagaimanapun, saya lihat ada sikit perbezaan kepada pemain yang berusaha untuk menang perlawanan ini dan mara ke kelompok empat, dan sekarang kami cuma boleh berharap dapat menewaskan SSBP,” kata penolong pengurus MBJP, Zainal Abidin.

Terdahulu, Fahmi Faiz meletak MBPJ di hadapan menerusi jaringan minit ke-40 sebelum Hafiz Nawi menambah gol kedua, seminit selepas itu. Namun, Firhan Asaari menyelamatkan SSBP Remaja menerusi dua pukulan sudut penalti padfa minit ke-57 dan 70.

Perlawanan yang diheret masa tambahan menyaksikan MBPJ meraih tiga peluang sudut penalti sebelum Fahmi mengesahkan kemenangan menerusi pada minit ke-82.