Not only will the fans who make their way to the National Hockey Stadium this Sunday for the TNB Cup and President's Cup final be able to witness top level hockey, but they will also stand a chance to walk away with two Modenas Passion motorcycles donated by Edaran modenas Sdn Bhd.
Youngster Firhan Ashaari has a knack for scoring match winning goals. And he will be hoping to repeat such feat when his team tenaga Nasional Berhad lines up against defending champions KL Hockey Club in the TNB Cup final this Sunday.Firhan scored a goal seven seconds from time to help Malaysia win bronze in the inaugural AHF Champions Trophy in Ordos China two years ago. Then in March last year he scored the equaliser for SSTMI in the come from behind win over UniKL Young Guns for the Milo Cup in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League.
Defending champions KL Hockey Club eased into the final of the TNB Cup when they trashed Sapura 8-0 in the second leg semi finals at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.
The win completed a 11-1 aggregate win and in the final KLHC will take on Tenaga Nasional Berhad who had defeated Maybank in the other semis played earlier in the day.
This will be the third consecutive final between KLHC and TNB, with KLHC winning the last two with a 3-2 and 3-0 scoreline. And KLHC will be out to complete a double, their third on the trot as well, having bagged the league title last month.
KL Hockey Club inport, Tim Deavion will be looking for a double celebration when he lines up for the defending champions in their TNB Cup final against Tenaga Nasional Berhad at the National Hockey Stadium this Sunday.
Having been named into the Australian squad for the World League Semi Final One to be played in Holland next month, Deavin is determined to help KLHC achieve a grand double after his club ahd won the league title last month.Having playeda pivotal role for KLHC in their march towards the TNB Cup, Deavin is optimistic that KLHC has what it takes to retain the overall title and is looking forward to it.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad booked their berth in the final of the TNB Cup despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Maybank in the second leg semis at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil. They thus went through on a 8-4 aggregate and will play either KL Hockey Club or Sapura in the final next Sunday.And their second stringers made it a day to remember as TNB Thunderbolts defeated Ipoh City Council 8-2, to complete a 14-5 aggregate win following the first leg win of 6-3.