Skip to main content

The unofficial website

Now my question is, why doesn't the national hockey league have its own website?

While we continue to ponder over it, SS Dhaliwal has taken the liberty to initiate the unofficial Malaysian Hockey League website.

Division One started on Dec 3 while the Premier League will commence on Dec 17.

From my observation, unofficial websites generally provide more 'interesting news'.

In the meantime, Mailsports will be running a series of articles featuring teams participating in the Premier league.

HD says: It's going to be an interesting league.


  1. Hi Haresh,

    There's some problem to the link to SS Dhaliwal's site..


  2. Bro,

    like in the past some collaboration with the local papers on league news with sponsor's logo to promote the league and mileage for the sponsor.

    there seems to be a bully pushing to benefit himself.


  3. If I am not mistaken Selangor Hockey Association got a webpage featuring their league and their activities

  4. Bro observer,

    Sad to say Mailsports won't be having the sponsor's logo as we have the well-being of the sports in mind, but it would be nice if they could come in with logo-buys :)

    Hockey fan,
    I'm aware of Sgor HA having its own website. Simple yet informative. My question is, if SHA can do it, why not the organisers of the national league? Hmm...


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Klang run 'illegal', says Sports Commissioner

UPDATE (Dec 11; 11.58am): Sporting events approved by Sports Commissioner's Office will be posted on the Youth and Sports Ministry's website starting Dec 14, as revealed by the Sports Commissioner in her statement today. I'm glad the last point of my observation (as per posting right below) has been addressed.


UPDATE (10.57pm): A Twitter user had sent me a link by the organiser of the Klang Heritage Marathon 2017. It states that the marathon has been "postponed to Oct 14, 2018" and that they have been victims of fake news and will lodge reports with the authorities against materials with elements of defamation or fake news. Read the full statement, posted on Dec 2, here.


A Klang City International Marathon 2017 pacer suffered serious injuries after she and two others were hit by a car

Turns out that the organiser of this morning's event, Earth Runners International Group Sdn Bhd, DID NOT submit any application to the Sports Commissioner&#…

Football journo's accreditation card retracted for being 'overly critical'

Four Four Two journalist Vijhay Vick's accreditation card to cover the M-League has been "retracted" by Football Malaysia LLP last night.

The letter, signed by FMLLP chief executive officer Kevin Ramalingam, stated:
"We are open to criticism by the public, however, it has been brought to FMLLP's attention that you have been overly critical of the Malaysian League and have made misleading statements and or shared misleading statements made by third parties. This is very damaging to the image of the League and the brand that we are trying to build."
It remains unclear which articles written by Vijhay are said to be "overly critical" of the Malaysian League.
Vijhay, in responding to the letter he received last night, said: 
"I was shocked (to receive the letter). I would like to know which articles of mine that are overly critical of the league."
It is best if FMLLP explained its definition of being "overly critical". 
While the bo…

Ex-Olympian Gary Fidelis suffers blurry vision

Former hockey international Gary Fidelis, who represented Malaysia at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, has been traveling from Seremban to Kuala Lumpur for years to treat his right eye due to blurry vision.

Gary, 53, has been short-sighted since young but doctors said his vision has been further impaired due to constant knocks and falls.

"I fell and suffered plenty of knocks to my eye during my playing days. I believe that has aggravated the situation, causing my vision to become worse," said Gary, a former St Paul's Institution student.

Four years ago, he underwent a surgery to treat a retinal detachment but it has done little to repair his vision.

"I was supposed to go for another surgery at Selayang Hospital on Monday (Nov 11) but it didn't happen as my eye was inflamed and doctors were afraid that this may lead to other complications.

"My next visit to the hospital is next Tuesday (Nov 21) and I'm required to undergo laser vision correction and t…