Malaysia confirmed their Sultan of Johor Cup (SOJC) squad on Saturday, with only ten players from last year's squad remaining.
The hosts - the only team in Johor not bound for the Junior World Cup - are out on a missing to redeem themselves after failing at the Junior Asia Cup last year.
18 Oct 2015

First Place: Great Britain

Second Place: India

Third Place: Malaysia

Fair Play Award: Australia

Top Goal Scorer: Luke Taylor – (Great Britain - 10 goals)

Best Goalkeeper: Chris Wyver (Great Britain)

Best Player: Harjeet Singh (India)

Great Britain defeated India 4-3 in sudden death penalty shootout in the final of the SOJC after the match had ended 2-2 in regulation time. The win avenged their defeat at the hands of India in last year’s final and also denied India from winning the title for the third consecutive year.

Malaysia finally settled for a third place finish in the Sultan of Johor Cup at the Taman Daya Hockey stadium in Johor Bahru last night and they deserved it.

Australia avoided the wooden spoon when they thrashed Pakistan 5-0 to take the 5th spot of the Sultan of Johor Cup and the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium.

18 Oct 2015

Tim Howard may not have made a name for himself at the Sultan of Johor tournament, but he is a player that certainly should not be overlooked.

18 Oct 2015

He is a familiar face in any domestic or international hockey tournament held in Malaysia. The first to be at the stadium and the last to leave, Hashim Muhammad Yusuf has work ethics second to none.

With confidence as the key in perfecting his drag flicks, Harmanpreet Singh believes he will be able to ensure India continues to reign as champions in the Sultan of Johor Cup.

The ever smiling face of Mohd Shaharin Bin Sharif greets players and officials who come to Johor Bahru for hockey. Although technically he is the F&B manager, Shaharin has been known as Mr Fix-It to all teams as he is often sought upon to solve the biggest of issues till the nitty gritty things like misplaced jerseys at the hotel.

18 Oct 2015

Carrying the weight of a leader at a young age does not deter Maico Casella from showing his worth as he aims to prove his capabilities at the Sultan of Johor Cup.

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