The Shaheen Hockey Invitational Tournament will be held on 27-28 June 2015. The first day will be for ladies and the second will be for mens. Stay tune for more information.


FIH Vice-President meets Shaheen's Girls!

FIH Vice-President Mrs. Annabel Dillon is in Hong Kong for a private visit and also attended the 75th Hong Kong Anniversary Hockey Tournament on 27th Dec. Two of our ladies players Jacqueline Kwan and Eva Marie interviewed Mrs. Dillon during the tournament, watch out for the report of the interview which will be posted in our website soon!

(Posted on 29th Dec. 2008).





Fun at Shaheen Christmas Party & Hockey Training!

Yesterday over 100 members of Shaheen joint the Christmas Party & Hockey Training at King's Park which include Mini Shaheen kids with their parents, Youth Team, Ladies and Men's. There were lot of food and drinks served the whole 5 hours gathering which included lucky draw. Thanks to those who contributed in preparing food, drinks, sponsoring prizes and preparation for this gathering.

(Posted 22nd Dec. 2008)



Shaheen Nominated for BOC HK Sports Stars Award!

Shaheen Men's A team is nominated for the Bank of China H.K. Sports Stars Award for Team Only Sport. With the achievement of our Men's A team by winning Premier League and Rabobank Holland Cup last season, they were nominated by HKHA for the annual sports event. Please support our boys, just click to vote in the public voting Our number is 103. This also the first time in H.K. hockey history that a hockey team being nominated for the top sports event. Please support and VOTE!




Shaheen invite all players including Mini Shaheen, Youth, Ladies & Men's team and all those who played Shaheen before to celebrate this year Christmas at King's Park on 21st (Sunday) Dec from 12.30pm to 6pm. There will be drinks, food and of course, hockey game during the celebration. Thanks to some Mini Shaheen's parents who volunteers to arrange some food for us. Anyone who wishes to prepare your favourite food for us, please send email to

(Posted on 15th Dec. 2008)






Mini Shaheen Played with 'Pride"

Shaheen Ladies yesterday (8th) beat visiting team Keio University from Japan by 1-0 in a fast and exciting game. Both team has  chances inside the circle and equal of short corners with six each. We offer refreshment to our visitors after the game and exchange souvenirs. We invited Amy Lip to choose 4 outstanding players from our guest team and offer them our yellow warm-up shirt. After all, it was a great evening with hockey, friendly atmosphere and meeting new friends from overseas.

(Posted on 9th Dec. 2008)





Mini Shaheen Played with 'Pride"

Mini Shaheen took part in the HKFC Mini Hockey Tournament yesterday (7th) at HKFC, we entered 3 teams - Under 10 two teams and Under 8 one team. Even our kids came out with empty hands but during the tournament, many coaches and parents were impressed with their performance and attitude. We would like to thanks Ricky, Frankie and Majid for coaching the boys during the tournament, parents who took their time to support their children as well as HKFC for creating such a great success tournament for the children. Photos shows Mini Shaheen with their coaches.

(Posted 8th Dec. 2008.)



Ladies to play against Keio University

Our Ladies A team will be playing against visiting team Keio University from Japan on Monday (8th) 7.30pm at King's Park. The visiting side will be playing 3 matches in Hong Kong during their stay - against KCC, HKFC and Shaheen. Do drop by to KP on Monday and support our girls!

(Posted on 2nd Dec. 08).



RBSC Hockey Festival delayed!

Due to the uncertainty political situation in Bangkok, the 36th RBSC Annual Hockey Festival was postponed and delayed to 14th-15th Februbary. Both Shaheen men's and ladies team once confirmed to participate in this annual even which suppose to held next weekend. Now need to request for their league game to be re-schedule to allow them travel again in Feb.

(Posted 28th Nov. 2008).



Guru Nanak Hockey Tournament

After few years absent at the Guru Nanak Hockey Tournament, Shaheen filled a junior side to participate in this annual event. With half of the senior squad either injuries, work commitment, traveling etc., Shaheen picked half of the B team players to fill a team. Our boys reached the quarter-final and lost on penalty stokes to Pakistan Assn. A. KCC A won the Cup while Khalsa B took the Plate. Our young lads should learn a lot from this tournament. Feedback - very good hospitality and organized, they all love the curries and snacks!

(Posted on 25th Nov. 2008).




Ladies players joint our Hard Rock Hockey training last Tuesday at Kowloon Bay. They played small game and skill training. Their feedback was very positive, but they hope the facilities could upgrade a bit such as the toilet cleaning and improvement of the lighting. We will send our comment to LCSD and hope they will improve it.

(Posted on 18th Nov. 2008).



Kelvin Yu received honour in Mini Hockey Tournament

Kelvin Yu of Mini Shaheen received Most Sporting Player in the Under 10's Division 2 of Valley Mini Hockey Tournament last Sunday which was held at Happy Valley. The award was voted by umpire during the tournament who umpired the U10's game. It was Kelvin's first honour since he played hockey and we wish him ever success in his hockey career.

(Posted 17th Nov. 2008).




Mini Shaheen Jointed Tournament!

Over the weekend (8th & 9th Nov), Shaheen's mini hockey namely 'Mini Shaheen' jointed the Valley Mini Hockey Tournament held at Happy Valley. Shaheen jointed U12, U10 & U8, this is the first time we jointed mini hockey tournament after it formed earlier in September. Most of the parents also went to HV to support their children, we also received many positive feedback from other teams officials as well as from parents.

(Posted on 12th Nov. 2008).


Juniors Help Seniors To Win!

Three goals from junior players help Men's A team beat Khalsa A 3-2 in a closed game. Our boys played without six of their regular players - Pang, Swalikh, Asif, Asghar, Hung & Leong and required to take Sam and Francis from the B's. All three goals were scored by our junior players Sam, Sky and Frankie.  Sam (pictured) scored his first Premier goal in the early stage of the game. We were under pressured in the last 10 minutes as Khalsa were looking for an equalizer but our defence player well and keep all their opponent attack at bay. Howard made some very fine safe in the post.

(Posted on 10th Oct. 2008)


Shaheen Presents Souvenirs to HKHA!

Asghar Ali on behalf of Shaheen Sports Club, presented a souvenir silver plate to HKHA on it's 75th Anniversary Reception which was held at Holiday Inn, Kowloon yesterday. Over 80 representatives from clubs/teams gathered together to celebrate this meaningful night. During the dinner a slide show of some old pictures was shown and it's brought lot of memories for some senior players and officials. Pictured shows President of HKHA Mr. Sarinder Dillion receiving the souvenir plate from Asghar.

(Posted 7th Nov. 2008)




A Night To Remember In Kowloon Bay!

Shaheen's first Hard Rock Hockey training started yesterday with a good turn-up. The cement surface slow down the ball in rolling which reminded our players to pay more attention in ball control and this new ground training could help us in small group passing, one on one, quick reflections and most important is team-work. Some very good feedback from the players and of course, some negative such as location and shower. But most important is to improve players fitness and skills.

(Posted on 6th Nov. 2008).



Hard Rock Hockey Training Starts!

With the support from LCSD, Kwun Tong, we booked 5th, 12th Nov, 4th, 10th & 17th Dec from 7pm-9pm at 5-A-Side Soccer Pitch at Lam Wah Street, Kowloon Bay for development/training of Hard Rock Hockey. This could allow us to have more training if no other turf grounds available for trainings. Please bring an old sticks (wood preferred), extra dry shirt, water and tower, don't ask why as you will know when you arrive there.

(Posted on 5th Nov. 2008).



Shaheen beat Singapore Police in a close game

Shaheen men's A team beat visiting team Singapore Police Club by 4-3 in a very close game on Friday's night at KP. Two goals from Lu Peng while Ashgar and Hung scored one each to help. Both teams provided top level hockey while Shaheen was better on the home ground and win the match in style. After the game, Shaheen's President Mr. Nawab Ali Khan presented souvenirs to the visiting teams.

(Posted on 3rd Nov. 2008).


Friendly Game With Singapore Police Force

Singapore Police Force hockey team will be visiting Hong Kong this week to play three matches. On Friday (31st), they will be playing against Shaheen Men's A team at King's Park 7.30pm. The visitors has more then 5 Singapore national players and are currently in the Premier League of Singapore Hockey League. It should be a good game to watch and learn, do drop by to support our boys and also learn something from it.

(Posted on 28th Oct. 08).


Taste of Glory for Men's C Team!

After losing 5 games and 1 draw, our youthful Men's C team yesterday won their first match by beating Dragons B 1-0. All the players jump with joy in the final whistle. The only goal was scored by Duncan in the 20 minutes of 1st half. Keep it up boys!

(Posted 25th Oct. 2008).



Over 30,000 visitors visited our website since it's official launched on 1st Feb. 2007. Thanks for all views support and if you have any comment, please email to

(Posted 22nd 0ct. 08).


Wedding Bells for Nam and Canny!

On Saturday (18th Oct), Men's C team player Nam got married! He married with Canny..(no information disclosed yet), it was a very private party, Wai Wai and Felix was invited to witness their happiest moment. On behalf of Shaheen, we wish them all the best in the coming years and 'White Head Till Old'!

(Posted on 20th Oct. 2008).


Angel's Hat-Trick helps Ladies D overcome U14B

Just started playing hockey during this year's summer training, Angel Lam surprisingly scored a hat-trick during the game between Shaheen Ladies D against U14B. Her goals help the team overcome U14B by winning the match 4-2 after 0-2 down. This is also the first win for our Ladies D.

(Posted 20th Oct. 2008)


Fu BaoRong Nominated Player Of The Year!

China Ladies Olympic hockey player Fu BaoRong was nominated "Player of The Year" while Song Qingling also from China being nominated as "Women's Young Player Of The Year" . The FIH released the nominated players both Men's and Ladies plus The Young Player of Year at their website today. Fu is the only Asian ladies hockey players being nominated for this world top award and she was the second top scorer in Beijing Olympic. For more information, visit

(Posted on 16th Oct. 2008).


Fei Scored Hat-Trick Against Pak. Assn. A

Men's A team easily won 8-1 against Pak. Assn. A on Friday and beat SSSC A 4-2 on Sunday. Fei (pictured) scored the first hat-trick of the season on Friday which helped a comfortable win against the green team on Friday. While Ladies C won their match 4-2 against HKCC B on Saturday under the leadership of their new appointed coach Khalid Hussain of Men's A. Men's B played their first match of thie season after two of the previous game were postponed, but they went down 3-5 to KCC D. (Posted on 13th Oct. 2008)


Shaheen Men's A start Season In Style.

Men's A team start the season yesterday in style by winning the game 6-0 against KCC A. Farooq (pictured) scored the first goal of the season from a short-corner rebound. Leong, Hung, Swalikh all sound the board while Asghar sounded twice. We welcome Yip Chai back after playing few seasons with KCC, Karamjit and Khalid newly join us this season. The other two matches for Men's B & C were cancelled due to heavy rains.

(Posted 6th Oct. 2008).


Bright Future Starts On Saturday!

Shaheen Mini Hockey Centre will starts this Saturday 4th Oct at King's Park 9am. After 2 years of Summer Hockey Program, we captured many support and experience in running a mini hockey centre. So far we received over 35 applicants for the start and we are sure this will grow in the coming months. We already set up a program to improve the standard of this future Shaheen's stars, do drop down and give support to the kids as well as our coaches.

(Posted 2nd Oct. 2008)









Men's A & B visited Macau.

Shaheen Men's A & B team visited Macau for 2 pre-season warm-up matches against Lusitania A & B team. The first game Men's B team were 0-1 down in 20 minutes of 1st half but recovered well from the wake-up call and come back to the match which ended winning 4-1. In the second game, Men's A team scored 3 goals in the 1st half but couldn't find the target in the second and won 3-0. Good result and good warm-up game for both teams. The best entertainment after the games was the dinner and some even watched fireworks before heading back Hong Kong.

(Posted 30th Sept. 2008)



26th Years Dream Comes True!

Dream comes true! Our new hockey team, Shaheen C just started this season. Even they lost 0-1 to Aquila C in their first game of the season yesterday, we are sure that their are lot of rooms for them to grow. After working hard for many years in development and promotion, finally we secure some talented players for our future. Please support this youthful team in the coming season!

(Posted 29th Sept. 2008).


Ladies B won CDR Centenary Plate

Shaheen Ladies B team won the Club de Recreio Centenary Plate on Saturday by beating HKFC D on penalties after 1-1 in full time. This is the first silverware for Shaheen for the season 2008/09. Keep up the good work and well done 'Girls'.

(Posted 22th Sept. 2008).



9v9 Hockey For Love account audited

Shaheen, with the support of Hong Kong Hockey Association, organized a fund raising for the victim of Sichuan's Earthquake on June 8. The raised amount was $106,295.80 and the whole amount was donated to UNICEF. The account is now audited and we would like to thanks Alan Chan & Co for their help in auditing the accounts.

(Posted on 19th Sept. 2008).



Shaheen @ School Promotions!

Shaheen started it's school promotion yesterday in recruiting more junior players for our future team. The school we visited yesterday was CNEC Lau Wing Sang Secondary School in Chaiwan and attracted over 30 students participated. Our aim is to visit at least 8 school during this year school's term.

(Posted on 17th Sept. 2008).


Game Talk & Orientation for New Junior Players!

Shaheen will host it's first Game Talk & Orientation on 22nd Sept (Monday). The talk will cover history of Shaheen, commitment on games, rules, things do and don't, umpire duties, respect etc. Details already sent out, would new junior players please do your best to attend this 'Talk'.

(Posted on 9th Sept. 2008).


PUNJAB HOUSE our new sponsors!

Shaheen Sports Club welcome Punjab House as one of our major sponsors for the coming season. Estblised in 1889, Punjab House, a bespoke tailors, managing director Arshad Mohammod is always a strong supporters to Shaheen for over many years.  We express our appreciation to Arshad and Pujab House for contribution and looking forward for their continue support.

(Posted 8th Sept. 2008).



Grand Masters Hockey World Cup Tournament in Hong Kong

Team from England, Scotland, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Australia, South Africa, Japan, a Mixed Nationality Team plus host Hong Kong will be taking part in the Grand Masters Hockey World Cup tournament which will be held in HK for the first time from 12th -21st September, 2008 at HK Football Club and Happy Valley. There will be Grand Masters with over age 60+ and Great Grand Masters 65+ that surely produce so very good hockey. Please support this tournament as most of the players were ex-Olympic or World Cup players, surely you will learn something. More information please visit

(Posted on 29th Aug. 08)


Rainbow Shines at King's Park

Before our training on Saturday, a 'Rainbow' appeared during watering the pitch and it's draw the attention of our players. Click the image for a better view.

(Posted on 25th Aug. 2008)


China Ladies in the Gold Medals Final!

China Ladies hockey team delighted the home crown by defeating Athens Olympic Champions Germany 3-2 in a fast and exciting semi-final. 4 years ago, China lost to Germany 3-4 on penalty strokes after a goalless draw, where China ended 4th on the final placing. The host will play Netherlands , the Silver Medal of Athens Olympic, on Friday 8.30pm and the match will broadcast live on TVB Pearl.

(Posted on 21st Aug. 2008).


China Ladies only Asian Teams for Olympic Medals!

China ladies hockey team ends 3 times Olympic Gold Medalist Australia becomes the only Asian ladies hockey team in the semi-finals of the Beijing Olympic by holding a 2-2 draw. China and Australia were level on points but the host has better on goal difference and a draw will put them into the semis. China will meet Athens Gold Medalist Germany on 20th Aug while Holland will play Argentina for the other semi.

(Posted 19th Aug. 2008).


Summer Hockey Program End with Bright Future!

Shaheen's summer program ends today with over 85% student having a 100% attendance. Over 30 students submitted their applications for our October's Mini Hockey Centre, this means our future looks bright and more youthful. We will be having a new Men's C team for the 2008/09 season as well.

(Posted 18th Aug. 2008).



Parents enjoyed playing with the kids!

It's all family day yesterday (13th Aug) during our summer hockey program. We invited parents who attended the training to play a game against their children. It was a great day of hockey and we are looking forward to have more hockey fun day for families.

(Posted on 14th Aug. 2008)


Parents ready to play with their children!

Shaheen's summer hockey development program attracted over 100 students to participate and some of their parents step out to learn playing hockey as well. A game between parents against their children will be held on Wednesday (13th Aug.) at 10.30. Since all the parents never play hockey before, we arranged 2 special training session for them before facing their children. Picture showed while they were learning their basic skills.

(Posted 12th Aug. 2008).


2008 Beijing Olympic opens today!

2008 Beijing Olympic opens today at the National Stadium, Beijing. For more information, please visit the official website

(Posted on 8th Aug. 2008).


Shaheen's Players Back in Action for HK Team

Seven of Shaheen's players were selected to represent Hong Kong against Canada Olympic on Sunday at HKFC. Swalikh, Mustafa, Howard, Asif, Asghar, Akbar and Samuel played on Sunday while Farooq acting as coach for the national team. Even HK lost 3-5 but it should be a great experience to play against an Olympic team.

(Posted on 5th Aug. 2008).


Bad Decision By HKHA!
Hong Kong National Team proved yesterday that they can play with any level hockey team including an Olympic team! They lost to Canadian Olympic team 3-5 after leading 1-0 in the early stage of the game. Question was thrown out why the Hong Kong Hockey Association didn't send our national team for the Olympic Qualifying in Japan earlier this year. FIH sent an invitation to HK after a country withdraw but the FIH's sincerity was neglected by a few of our council members and surely we missed the greatest chance to participate even in the qualifying for the Olympic. Not all the team can participated in the Olympic but playing in the qualifying should be all hockey players will

Scorer for HK team yesterday were Arif Ali, Saddick Khan and Asghar Ali. Picture shows HK Team after the game against the Canadian.

 (Posted 4th Aug. 2008).


England beat New Zealand again in a full-house HKFC
Within 48 hours, England beat New Zealand twice in their Olympic warm-up matches - one in Macau on Tuesday (29th July) and again in Hong Kong tonight (31st July) but both games only with a single goal victory. Both team played very carefully to avoid injury and this is understood, plus the heat and humid made both teams played all their 18 players.
Twice England were on the lead but New Zealand level each time. Simon Mantell scored the winner goal for England in the 53th minute to help his team winning both their matches before flying to China's capital.

Scorer: New Zealand - Ryan Archibald 27 & 40 minutes, England - Barry Middleton 22 minutes, Simon Mantell 32 & 53 minutes.

(Posted 1st Aug. 2008)


Niall Steal The Winner Goal For GB in Macau
Great Britain men overturned a 1-0 deficit to beat New Zealand in the first of two training matches against the Blacksticks.

Ben Collier put the Kiwis up within 6 minutes and Britain were unable to take advantage of any of their chances leaving the score 1-0 at half-time.

Ashley Jackson evened the score just after half time with a penalty corner and Scot Niall Stott netted the winner with a straight strike from the middle of the D in the last minute of the game.

Head Coach Jason Lee said "We did quite well in the second half despite an appalling first half, but of course, the result counts for nothing.  We took the first 35 minutes to get used to the conditions.  This is our first match here and playing is a much different situation to training."

New Zealand – Great Britain 1-2 (1-0)
1-0   Ben Collier 6 (F), 1-1 Ashley Jackson 37 (PC), 1-2 Niall Stott 69 (F).

Source: Great Britain Hockey ltd.

(Posted on 30th July 2008)



Yuen Long Hard Rock Hockey Started!

As a top hockey club in Hong Kong, Shaheen extended our hockey development from King's Park to Yuen Long this summer by running a new concept of hockey namely 'Hard Rock Hockey Youth Development Program'. With the support of Yuen Long LCSD and sponsored Yuen Long District Board, the new hockey program started today (24th July) till 23rd August. Shaheen hope to start a hockey centre in Yuen Long next year and looking forward to recruit more players in the coming years for our youth and league teams.

(Posted on 25th July 2008).


England vs New Zealand in Hong Kong!

England Men's Olympic team will play against New Zealand Men's Olympic team at HKFC 6.30pm on 31st July (Thursday). England upset India, the team in every Olympic, in the final of the Olympic Qualifying which was held March in Santiago (Chile). New Zealand, another giant killer, upset South America Champions Argentina to reach Beijing Olympic in another qualifying at their home soil, Auckland early in Februbary. This will be a good warm up for both teams before leaving for Beijing. Don't miss this great chance to watch some good hockey.

(Posted 23rd July 2008).


The Twins & The Youngest!

Shaheen's summer hockey development program has over 100 participants, the session is every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at King's Park. Among them we has one twin brothers and two youngest players. The twin brothers is 8 years old while the two youngest is 4, if you want to see them in action, drop down KP and you'll love to play with them!

(Posted on 19th July 2008).


Summer Program Starts With Sunshine!

Shaheen Summer Hockey Development Program started yesterday (14th July) on a bright and sunny day. A total of 102 student joint our program from Level 0 to Level 1. The youngest amount them is a 4 years old boy while the oldest is 16. We appreciate Amo, Lu Peng, Kitty and Frankie in helping us for this program and we hope some of the juniors will continue by joining our Mini Hockey Centre which will start from October till May 2009.

(Posted 15th July 2008)


Amo's Pakistan Team Interview Footage Released!

Amo assisted RTHK interview the Pakistan National Team during their participation at the Sultan Azlan Shah in Ipoh footage was released.  Click
for more viewing video, text and photos.

(Posted on 11th July 2008)


Hard Rock Hockey in Yuen Long!

After working hard over the past few years, Shaheen finally launch a new venture in hockey in Hong Kong - with the support of Yuen Long District Leisure Services Office of LCSD and funded by Yuen Long District Board. This new hockey concept will take place in the 5-A-Side Soccer Pitch in Yuen Long Park from July 24th till Aug 23rd. Our target for this course is 20 per session. If you have friend's who has children between age 8-15 living in Yuen Long area, do let them know about our program.

(Posted on 9th July 08)



Model Frenchmen Offer Helping Hands!

France No. 3rd goalkeeper Benjamen Riou was in Hong Kong over the weekend and offer his helping hands to train some of HK¡@goalkeeper. Benjamen visiting HK after his 3 months contract in Shanghai and on his way back to France. He is also a model in France,

(Posted on 8th July 2008).



England Hockey launches EHTV

England Hockey is delighted to announce that EHTV, England Hockey's new Broadband Television Channel, is now on air at

This is an important step for the National Governing Body which sees them use the latest technology available to create more exposure for the sport and give the Hockey Family the opportunity to watch highlights 24/7 on their computers.

EHTV features edited highlights of Great Britain and England International matches, including last year's EuroHockey Nations Championships and some classics from the past like the 1986 Hockey World Cup in London.  More recently, Great Britain Women's 4-2 victory over Argentina in the friendly match and highlights of the Setanta trophy tournament from Ireland are covered.

(Posted 5th July 2008).




By next week, our website visitors will reach 20,000 meaning our views is increasing tremendously since it launched in 1st Feb. 2007. We hope our website will be one of the most interesting hockey website in Hong Kong. We will be introduce more information such as Interviews and players details. Remember to send your comment or suggestion to

(Posted on 4th July 2008).



$106,295.80 Raised for Sichuan

The 9v9 Hockey For Love fund raising which was held on 8th June raised $106,295.80. An official confirmation received from UNICEF just days ago. Shaheen would like to thanks those who took their time out to make this happen and we also looking forward to see Sichuan will back to normal soon.

(Posted 27th June 08)



Champion's Trophy Live Online FREE!

As posted on 10th June, FIH is launching an experimental Online Free for Champions Trophy which is now held in Rotterdam, Holland. You can watch all the excitement of hockey with teams from Germany, Korea, Argentina, Australia, Spain and host Holland. All teams except Argentina, were qualified for this summer Olympic and this will be their last chance top play against top level teams before flying to Beijing. Don't miss the chance for this great hockey event, visit and click Watch Champions Trophy Live and Free for schedule and live only free. You'll never imagine how clear it is until you seen it..

(Posted on 25th June 2008)



Come And Chellange Lu's Fitness Training!

During Shaheen's training, Lu Peng gave very tough fitness and skills training for our players. Feedback from players saying that it was the toughest hockey training that they never had. Lu invite you to come and test yourself, also to improve your standard for the coming season.

(Posted 23rd June 08).



Shaheen Summer Program Full House!

Just almost a month to go, both Level 0 and Level 1 of Shaheen Summer Hockey Development Program 2008 is full. Total of 96 students of both Level 0 and Level 1 will take part of our annual program. Shaheen also looking forward to see who will be our future hockey star from this program.

(Posted on 19th June 2008)



Great Start For Hong Kong in Singapore

Defending Champions Hong Kong had a good start in the 3rd AHF Cup held in Singapore beaten Thailand 7-2 and half time was 2-1 After 1998 Bangkok Asian Games, this is the first time Thailand participating in an international hockey event but seems it isn't a good start for them. Arif Ali scored 5 goals from penalty corners while Preetpal Singh Chima and Shafiq Iqbal also scored. Hong Kong will play Oman today (16th Jun). For more updated information please Singapore Hockey Federation website

(Posted 16th Jun 2008)



FIH to stream Champions Trophy Online for Free
The WorldHockey Champions Trophy, taking place in Rotterdam from 21-29 June, will be streamed online by the International Hockey Federation (FIH).

Starting with the opening match between Australia and Korea at 1035 on Saturday 21 June, key matches from the event will be made available free of charge to viewers on FIH's streaming site  and will be powered by FIH's streaming partner, Vienna-based unas media productions (

FIH is re-launching on an experimental basis for the WorldHockey Champions Trophy and for the first time the site will offer live streaming on a free-of-charge basis. After the WorldHockey Champions Trophy, the FIH aims to develop the site in future months to also offer on-demand content.

FIH President Els van Breda Vriesman commented: 'Having been one of the first federations to offer live streaming of our major events as long ago as 2002, I'm really pleased that the re-launch will again offer live coverage of FIH's premium annual event, the Champions Trophy to all hockey lovers worldwide.'


(Posted on 10th June 08)



9v9 Hockey For Love Successfully Held

The '9v9 Hockey For Love' Fund Raising for Sichuan earthquake's victims was held successfully on Sunday (8th June). All teams/clubs enjoyed a good day of hockey, their support to this meaningful event showed hockey could support and no boundaries. Shaheen appreciated players from KCC, Aquila, Kai Tak Mini Hockey, KNS, SSSC, HKFC, Valley and HKCC showed their support and some teams even help us in collecting funds from their donors. Alfred, Gerry, Dreamy, Andy, Tariq, Tabassum, and Roger contributed their time in umpiring. We like to thanks our sponsors, A&W, Metro Alliance Ltd, Ganten Minerals Water, SHARK and Top Centre Limited in sponsoring drinks, electric appliance and apparel for charity sales. We also like to thanks the following: Fornita Creations Limited, ATV News & PR Dept., LCSD, Hong Kong Hockey Association, UNICEF and all helpers on that day. Donation boxes will be sending back to UNICEF and will advice the amount we raised once UNICEF inform us.

(Posted on 10th June 08)



Rinky Won 1st Prize!

Rinky See won the first prize of the 7th Parents Journal Education Expo which was held on 17th & 18th May at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Rinky was helping Shaheen in the booth to promote our summer program and she completed an entry form which lead her to the winning. She won herself a family package (two adults and two children) for four days three nights stay including return air tickets on Thai Airways and two deluxe rooms at Marriott Bangkok. Ask her for souvenirs when you see her next time!

(Posted on 5th Jun 2008)



'9v9 Hockey For Love' Fund Raising

Shaheen Sports Club jointly with Hong Kong Hockey Association will host a fund raising event namely "9v9 Hockey for Love" on 8th June, 2008 (Sunday) at King's Park Hockey Ground, from 11am - 8pm. There will be a One minute silence to pay tribute to those unfortunate victims, tying of yellow ribbons with wishes that the lost ones shall return home soon, 9v9 fund raising hockey games, donation box for donors, drinks for fund raising, news playback of the earthquake.... Shaheen hope to raise $80,000 for United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) to assist them to provide sleeping mattresses, clothing, water purifiers, shelter equipment and things that are in need urgently for those homeless families. Please come and support this meaningful event or you can send crossed cheque to Go For Sports, Room 305, 8 Jordan Road, Jordan, Kowloon payable to 'Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF'.

(Posted 29rd May 2008).




Over the weekend Shaheen again participated in the Parents Journal Expo which was held at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, this year expo was a bit quiet as compare with last year but we still managed to distributed over 60 forms for our Summer Hockey Program. While we were worried about the response over the two days, we received quite some phone calls from the parents who took our forms. They were quite positive about allowing their children to join our program and in the past few days we have received quite some forms along with the entrance fees. We are looking forward for a full house on both our Level 0 and Level 1 program.

(Posted 23rd May 2008).




Doubles for Shaheen!

Shaheen Men's A team claimed doubles (both Premier League and Rabobank Holland Cup) yesterday by beating Pakistan Association A 4-1 in the cup final. Captain Asghar Ali (Sanachi) injured his back and couldn't play, this worries our team as we need more attack but our worried ends when Lu Pang scored the first goal after 15 minutes of play with Meng Xian Fei add another goal to make 2-0 to Shaheen at half time. Pak's got a number of good move in the second half but a deflection goal by Swalikh Mohammed and a late diving goal by Leong In Leong secured our winning even Pak's scored a late goal. In the remaining minutes of play, our defence keep there attack at bay and claimed the winner.

(Posted 18th May 2008).




Amo interview

During the past few days in Ipoh, Malaysia, Amo interview quite many official and players who is participating the 17th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament. Photos show Pakistan Coach/Manager Zaka-ud-Din and Pakistan forward Shakeel Abbasi. He also made report about the facilities of the stadium.

(Posted 16th May 2008)


Amo Interviewed Rehan Butt

Amo (Akbar Ali) is now down in Ipoh, Malaysia in helping RTHK doing a pre-Olympic Hockey program. This morning he interviewed Rehan Butt of Pakistan who up to now scored 6 goals for Pakistan in the 17th Sultan Azlan Shah International Hockey Tournament, and also the most experience player for the Pakistan Olympic team.. Rehan talked about his hopes of Pakistan in the Olympic as well as his future on hockey. This interview will broadcast later in August and will inform the date to our members once it's confirm.

(Posted 14th May 2008).


Shaheen in the Final!

A goal from Akbar Ali put Shaheen Men's A team into the final of Rabobank Holland Cup next week against Pak. Assn. A at 4.30pm KP. It was a 50/50 game with Shaheen got most of the attack but Valley goalkeeper who play a superb game saved at least 5 sure goal. We got over 5 penalty corners and couldn't sound the board while Valley keep Shaheen defence busy as they played lot of sudden attack and lucky they couldn't take advantage on this. Pakistan Association A hammered Dutch A 5-2 later to secure another position for the finals. 

(Posted on 12th May 2008).


Shaheen B stay in 3rd Div.!

A draw will keep them in 3rd Div., but Shaheen Men's B team fight hard to win the last game of the season with pride. A goal by Francis drove the team into high energy before going into half time break. But HKFC equalized early in the second half and this sudden shock surprised our boys. But their never gave up spirit force them to go for a win and by pushing the attacking line upfront, they force over five penalty corners in ten minutes. Even they couldn't score any, their never give up  attitude was fully appreciate by their fans. In the last five minutes, skipper Kenneth surprisingly received a lose ball in the penalty spot and scored. The win will surely keep them remain in the 3rd division.

(Posted on 10th May 08)


Hockey Live on ESPN

The 17th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament will start this Friday in Ipoh, Malaysia and the final will be on 18th May (Sunday). NOW Channel 670 ESPN will be telecast most of the game live. Participating teams are Argentina, Canada, Belgium, India, Pakistan, New Zealand and host Malaysia. Get ready for this pre-Olympic tournament and enjoy. Check with the station for live schedule. 

(Posted on 7th May. 2008).


Sarinder Dillon appointed as TD for 17th Sultan Azlan Shan Hockey Tournament

The 17th Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament will start this Thursday (8th May) and the final will be on 18th May in Ipoh, Malaysia. Teams from Argentina, Belgium, Canada, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and host Malaysia will be participating in this annual hockey event. Belgium, New Zealand, Pakistan and Canada already qualified for this summer Olympic. This will be a good warm up tournament for them as India and Argentina lost in the final day during the qualifying matches and surely they will prove that they should be in Beijing as well. While the good news for Hong Kong hockey, after Farooq Saeed being the Torch bearer last Friday in HK, our HKHA President, Sarinder Dillon (pictured) is appointed as Tournament Director for this important Ipoh's tournament.

(Posted 5th May 2008)




Farooq Finishes Running in Style!

Farooq Saeed finishes his running for the Olympic Torch in style today at Sha Tin. The whole journey Torch Relay was live on TV. After the run, Farooq said 'Being part of the Olympic is the greatest moment in his life!'. We will be posting more pictures during the run in our Photo Gallery shortly. For sure, during our annual dinner this year, all of us will have a chance to see the torch or even take pictures with it.

(Posted 3rd May 2008).

Father & Son with Olympic Torch

The big day has come! 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Hong Kong Torch Relay started this morning around 0930am. Shaheen Men's A team hockey player Farooq Saeed was one of the Torch Bearer and running inside old Hong Kong Sports Insititute where now re-built for the Olympic Equestrian Event this summer. Picture shows Farooq took a picture with his father together with the Olympic Torch at HKSI befpre the run start. More photos during the Farooq's running will be post soon.

(Posted on 2nd May 2008).

Amo to interview Pakistan National Team in Ipoh, Malaysia!

Amo (Akbar Ali) is invited by a local television station to interview Pakistan National Hockey Team while they are participating the 17th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. This annual tournament will commence from 8th - 18th May in Ipoh with teams from Argentina, Belgium, Canada, India, Malaysia, New Zealand and host Malaysia. Amo is helping a local station in promoting the Beijing Olympic sports.

(Posted on 2th May. 2008).

Farooq to run Olympic Torch!

Men's A hockey team player Farooq Saeed will run the Hong Kong Olympic Torch Relay on May 2nd (Fri). Farooq being selected by the Olympic Committee. We will be forming a strong supporting team to cheer him while is running and will post the time and place where Farooq will do the running once we know.

(Posted on 29th Apr.2008).

Parents Journals Education Expo tickets ready for collection.

Shaheen reserved over 1,000 tickets for members to attend the Parents Journals Education Expo which will be held between 17th - 18th May at Hall 7B, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, Wanchai, Hong Kong. Shaheen again has a booth to promote our club and the summer hockey program for children. If you need tickets, please collect at Room 305, 8 Jordan Road, Kowloon or you can send a self-envelope with stamps and your address, we will send you tickets as per your request. For further question, please email to

(Posted on 28th Apr. 2008)

Congratulations from Germany

After hearing that Shaheen Men's A team has won the Premier League, Henrik O. Schleicher send our best wishes from Germany. Henrik came to Hong Kong for his studies at the University of Hong Kong in August last year and played for our Men's A team in the 1st round of the Premier League. During his play, he scored one goal against KCC A. He is now back in Monchengladbach, Germany to continue his studies. The picture was send by him and just watch closely, he is wearing Shaheen's playing shirt.

(Posted 24th Apr. 08).

Hedy Wong Received Her Claim Cheque!

Hedy Wong (Wong Chai) accidentally injured during a game between Shaheen and Bauhinia on 23rd Jan and was rushed to Q.E. Hospital then to St. Teresa Hospital for further treatment including X'ray and stitches. After treatment and consultanting private doctors, Wong Chai is now recovering, even not fully recovered but we will be expecting her playing soon. Pictured shows Hedy receiving her claimed cheque from Zurich Insurance. (Posted on 21st Apr. 2008)

Akbar Ali Received HK Bank Coaching Award

Akbar Ali (Amo) yesterday received the Community Coach Recognition Awards of the 2007 Hong Kong Bank Foundation Coaching Awards at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Amo together with other 18 nominees was awarded for this award. Click the photo to enlarge and see how smart Amo looks! Beside Amo, Kitty Yau and Deric Leung also received the same award in 2002

 (Posted 21th Apr. 08)

Hong Kong Schoolboys Kept Trophy At Home

Hong Kong Schoolboys beat Macau Schoolboys in the Schoolboys Hockey Interport at King's Park on last Saturday by 3-0 to keep the trophy in Hong Kong for at least another 2 years. This Interport was held every two years, previous winner was Hong Kong playing at Macau. Goals from Felix Iu from each half and Dev Dillon scored from penalty spot in the last 5 minutes of the game. Pictured shows the Hong Kong Schoolboys with the winner trophy together with Mark Rosario (Manager), Ahmed Khan (Coach) and Asghar Ali (Asst. Coach).

(Posted on 16th Apr. 08)



Shaheen Sports Club will be participating in the The Parents' Journal 7th Education Expo 2008 which will be held between 17th - 18th May 2008 at Hall 7B Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, Wanchai. We join this Expo last year which allow us to promote our club and during the expo, we had over 200 hundred kids visited our booth. The result also help us to host our 1st Summer Hockey Development between July and August last year after having over 90 enrolled in two level courses. Expo tickets price is $10 but since we are an exhibitors, we will have free tickets for all our members. Tickets will be distributors in due course.

(Posted on 9th Apr. 08)


How can I miss the 'chances'!

Frankie Lau seat quietly (pictured) after the game between Shaheen Mens A and HKFC A asking himself how can he missed 3 open chances with 2 just the goalkeeper to beat during the game. This is a good sign as our 'talk' striker is very serious about his improvement. Don't worry, you're still young and you'll have a bright future, keep it going 'Frankie'.  As for the game itself, Shaheen A won 3-2 and scorer was William, Swalikh and Asghar, we lead 3-0 but our boys relaxed and allow our opponent to come back and scored 2 goals in last ten minutes of the game. We still have 2 more league game against Dutch A and Pak. Assn. A before playing the Rabobank Holland Cup which will start in end of April.

(Posted on 7th Apr. 2008).


3rd Farooq!

How sweet to see a hockey player not holding a hockey stick but his lovely new born baby. Farooq was spot carrying his 3rd baby, Zahra Farooq, during the KCC Mini Hockey Tournament early last month. Picture shows Zahra shy at camera while Farooq looking great to have his new boy son.

(Posted on 3rd Apr. 08).


Shaheen 16th Championship in 25 years!

Shaheen Mens A team beat SSSC A 5-2 yesterday to win the Premier League Champions. This is the 16th championship for us (3 Premier League & 13 1st. Division) since our club established in 1982. With 3 more games to go but our boys already secured the championship. Scorer for yesterday was Frankie Lau with two goals while Mang Xian Fei, Farooq Saeed, Leong In Leong each score one. Picture taken after yesterday's game.

(31st Mar. 2008).


Akbar Ali Nomination Accepted!

Akbar Ali (Amo) is nominated by Shaheen for the Community Coach Recognition Awards of the 2007 Hong Kong Bank Foundation Coaching Awards. The prestigious Hongkong Bank Foundation Coaching Awards is the only territory-wide programme that recognises the efforts and contributions of Hong Kong's coaches. The Hong Kong Coaching Committee will honour top coaches of 2007 at the annual Coaching Awards Presentation Ceremony on 20 April 2008 (Sunday) at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Amo is the only nominated hockey coach for 2007 award and we wish him every success in the award. For the full list of the award, please click

 (Posted 28th Mar. 2008).


Shaheen at HKFC Easter Hockey Tournament

The 2 days HKFC Easter Hockey Mixed Tournament 2008 attracted 20 locals and overseas team participated this year. This annual event offer a chance for hockey players to get together to have some fun and friendship beside hockey. Shaheen also joint this year's event, pictured shows the playing team taken on the 1st day of the tournament.

(Posted on 25th Mar. 2008).


Shaheen's Coaches Receive Awards

Shaheen nominated 3 coaches for the Thanks Coach Award 2006-7 namely Ashgar Ali (Senior Performance Level), Francis Chan (Junior Development Level) and Samuel Fan (Development Level), all our three nominations were accepted. Supported by the Hong Kong Bank Foundation Thanks Coach Scheme organized by the Promotion & Develpoment Section of Hong Kong Hockey Association is to appreciate the contributions of coaches during 2006-7. A presentation was held on Sunday before the game between Shaheen A v KCC A at King's Park. Picture shows our coaches after receiving their trophies and certificate. On the game itself, Shaheen A beat KCC A 8-2, Sanachi, William and Farooq all score 2 goals while Lu Peng and Leong score one goal each.

(Posted on 18th Mar. 08)


Pakistan Lost 1st Test Match Against China

Pakistan National Team is now in Changzhou, China for 5 Test Match Series against China National Team as part of their Pre-Olympic warm-up matches. With over 7 new players include in the squad, they lost 2-4 to the home side today. According to Zakauddin, new head of green flag team, there is not much time for them in preparing the Olympic but he still have confidence in this summer games. He send a warmest regards to Shaheen as we invited them to come to Hong Kong after Changzhou but due to visa problem they couldn't make it. But he promise that he will send a junior side soon to play a couple of games with us. Pictured shows the new looked Pakistan Team with Shaheen's yellow flag.

(Posted 15th Mar. 08)


Shaheen Mens A Escape a lost!

Shaheen Mens A team yesterday escape a lost by holding second placed Valley A in their final counter of the 3rd round Premier League. We were leading 3-1 in half time but our boys relaxed and allow Valley coming back into the game. Meng Xian Fei (pictured) scored 2 goals while Farooq Saeed sound the board again from a short corner.

(Posted on 14th Mar. 08).


Shaheen's Flag Flies with China Ladies Team

China Ladies Team is now playing a 5 Test Matches with New Zealand Ladies Team in Shanghai, today they beat the visitors by 5-1in the opening series. After the match, I invited coach Kim and his players to take photos with Shaheen's flag, he has no hesitation and called his players. We wish them all the best in the coming Olympic!

(Posted 12th Mar. 07)


Hong Kong completed win over Macau!

The Hong Kong four teams travel to Macau on Saturday won all matches but friendship seems more important than result. The interport between Macau were stopped almost 10 years and after some hard working with both association, it resume again.  Full result are Hong Kong Veterans beat Macau oldies 2-1, HK Ladies beat Macau Ladies 8-0, HK U21 beat Macau U21 3-2 while the final match of the day Hong Kong beat Macau 2-1. A dinner reception were held after the great day of hockey. Picture shows Frankie, Swalikh, Akbar, Samuel, Mustafa and Howard of Shaheen representing Hong Kong after receiving their medals, while Asghar (Sanachi) travel to support them.

(Posted on 10th Mar. 2008)


Hong Kong v Macau Interport 2008

This Saturday (8th Mar), Hong Kong Men's National Team will travel to Macau to play the annual interport against Macau.  Veterans Team, HK Under 21 and Hong Kong Ladies will also be traveling together with the national team. Match schedule as follows:
11am Macau Veterans v Hong Kong Veterans (Men's)
1pm Macau U21 v Hong Kong U21(Men's)
3pm Macau Ladies v Hong Kong Ladies
5pm Macau National v Hong Kong National (Men's)

If you have time, do take a short break to travel to Macau to support our Hong Kong team.

(Posted on 7th Mar.)


Fabulous Ladies offer Special Rate to our Ladies Member

While summer is approaching, our sponsor Fabulous Ladies offer some special rate for our ladies members to get ready in sharp! Please note the following offer:
1.Hydro perfect collagen facial treatment

Original price=$580
First trial discount price=$288

2.Lymphatic drainage body treatment

Org. price=$480
Dis. price=198

3.Anti-stress realease oil massage

Org. price=390
Dis. price=178
Please call 2805 7998 for appointment and remember to mention that you are from Shaheen

(Posted on 3rd Mar. 2008).


Focus + Trust + Team-Work + Support = Success of Winning.

With ten minutes of game start before yesterday's important game against second placed Valley A, our Men's A team was worrying! Swalikh, Mustafa, Leong & Kit still not arrive. Leong & Kit arrived just 3 minutes before the game start because of ferries delay from Macau while Mustafa and Swalikh just finishes work also arrived just a minute before the whistle blow.

But their focus tells everything. All players understand that a win from the game will advance them to a clear 12 points lead; this will help us to claim back the Premier League Title. With two goals from skipper Asghar (Sanachi) in each half secured the game. While Farooq, Akbar (Amo), Swalikh, Samuel, Kit and Mustafa formed a wall that keeps all Valley attack at bay. Howard also made a great save in the early second half, which might allow Valley to equalize. Up front, Leong, Lu Peng, William, Frankie and Francis keep Valley's defense worried and busy.

But the most talked after the game was William 'Greatest Miss of the Century'. Lu Peng dribble passed 3 Valley's defender and passed to William from the right but he pushed the ball 3 yard away from the post which might be easier to score then to miss.

(Posted on 3rd Mar. 2008).


SHARK Energy Drink Our New Sponsor

We are proud to annouce that Shark Energy Drink has agreed to sponsor us till the end of season with free drink. This is a great news for us and we are also working with them for our future plan and development. Shark ingredients include carbonated water, sucrose, taurine, dextrose, citric acid etc.. which helps sports atheletes in recovery and replaces the energy when burn up during physical exercises. We appreciate their support to us and looking forward for their continue support.

(Posted on 26th Feb. 2008).


Shaheen B Stops KCC D

A short-corner scored by Mike Poon, helps our Men's B team stopping KCC D to beat them twice in this season. We were 0-1 down until Mike's equalized for our boys.

(Posted on 25th Feb. 2008).


Hong Kong Finished 4th!

Hong Kong lost 0-3 to Neimenggu in the 3rd & 4th placing of the 2nd Hong Kong Quadrangular Hockey Tournament, while Guangdong defeated Chinese Taipei by 4-2 and claimed the gold medal. Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei on Saturday by 1-0 but this couldn't help them to reach the final due to goal difference. Picture shows Shaheen's players Akbar Ali, Swalikh Mohammed, Samuel Fan and Frankie Lau representing Hong Kong for this annual hockey tournament.

(Posted on 25th Feb. 2008).


2nd HK Quadrangular Hockey Tournament (Men)

The 2nd Hong Kong Quadrangular Hockey Tournament for men will start from 20th till 24th February 2008 at King's Park. Teams from Chinese Taipei, Neimenggu, Guangdong and host Hong Kong, China will met again. Defending champions Neimenggu will of course do their best to defend their title but other teams will surely also aiming for their first silverware this year. For information on match schedule, please visit HKHA¡@website

(Posted on 14th Feb 08).


Kung Hei Fat Choy!

The Committee of Shaheen Sports Club wishes every one of you Kung Hei Fat Choy and all the best in the Year of Rat!

(Posted on 31st Jan 08).


HKHA Level 1 Coaching Course

Promotion & Development Section of HKHA is organizing a Level 1 Coaching Course in February and March. The cost fees is $400 including meals and refreshment. The course itself will contents Theory presentations, practical coaching sessions, group discussions, video analysis, match analysis. For information, please visit

(Posted on 30th Jan. 2008)


Lok on TV

Men's B team goalkeeper Mo Wai Lok was interviewed by Now 24 Hours News this morning for his future of his studies - Creative & Entertainment Multimedia. Anyone wants to know more about the interview can ask Lok when you sees him next time.

(Posted on 28th Jan. 2008)


Wilson helps Shaheen Youth win

Summer Development Program student Wilson scored the only goal for Shaheen Youth to help his team beat St. Paul today at King's Park. After two weeks of exam for our young boys, they returned with confidence and winning the game in style. Beside supporting our Men's and Ladies team, it's time for us to support our Youth as well. We wish them all the best in the remaining game with winning colors.

(Posted on 26th Jan. 08).



Since our website official launched from 1st Feb 2007, our numbers of viewer tremendously increased . By the end of January, the number will be 10,000 and thanks for your support. In the coming days, we will be adding information both on and off the field plus posting news from our members. Any suggestion or feedback on our website, please send to

(Posted on 25th Jan. 08)


Sweet Revenge for Men's A Team.

Shaheen Men's A team remains on top of the Premier League table with a clear 12 points after their revenge yesterday by beating Pakistan Association A team 3-2. We lost to 1-3 in the 1 st round. Lu Pang scored the first goal for Shaheen and was quickly equalized by Pak. Assn. Fei help Shaheen back to the lead again by scoring the second goal. Shaheen hold the score 2-1 till first half.

This first half result last until 20 minutes of play in the second when Pak Assn. scored the equalized again and left the game moving both ways. Howard made some great saves; this made our defense full of confidence by pushing up the attacking line up front. When a draw was expected, Lu Pang made a great pass from the right and Swalikh made no mistake by deflecting the ball into Pak. Assn. goal to make it 3-2. A team photos were taken after the game with Chandran Nair, CEO of GIFT – our major sponsors.

(Posted on 21st Jan. 08)


Jan & Feb Training Dates

The following dates is booked for hockey training during Jan & Feb 08:

Jan 15th 6.30pm - 10pm HV(1)

Jan 22nd 6.30pm - 8.45pm HV(2)

Feb 12th 6.30pm - 9.30pm HV(2)

Feb 26th 6.30pm - 9.30pm HV(2)

Pease mark this down in your dairy and do your best to attend the training.

(Posted on 14th Jan 08) 


William Received His Claim Cheque

On 25th Nov. last year, William got an injuries while playing for Men's A team against Dutch A and was rushed to QE Hospital for treatment. After he arrived there, he found the Accident & Emergency Unit required for more than one hour for medical treatment. He was reminded that Shaheen players were all insured for accidential insurance during hockey games. Then he immediate rush to St. Teresa Hospital where he received quick medical attention. Before yesterday's game against  HKFC A, William received his claim cheque from Zurich Insurance and surely he'll appreciate Zurich Insurance for their service.

(Posted 14th Jan 08) 


Sanachi's 10th Goal

Sanachi (Ashgar Ali) scored a hat-trick yesterday against Dutch A which put him as leading scorer for Men's A team with a total of 10 goals so far this season. It was Leong who hammered the first goal for Shaheen in the 5th minutes of play but Dutch equalized quickly through a short-corner. But our boys continue pressing the Dutch defence, in the 9th minutes Hung put Shaheen back to the lead again and Lu Pang added another goal just before the 1st half to make it 3-1 to Shaheen. Sanachi back in scoring form in the second half by sounding the board three times to help Shaheen won 6-1. Dutch scored a late goal to end the game 6-2.

(Posted on 9th Jan. 08)


Men's A narrowly beat KCC A 2-1

Shaheen Men's A team escape from losing points yesterday by beating KCC A 2-1. Our boys started with attacking hockey and within 15 minutes there were over five open chances to take the lead but were all off target. It was KCC who took the lead first while Farooq got the equalizer from a hard hitted short corner. It was 1-1 in the first half. We almost lost another goal but Howard steady performance stop  all shoot going into the net. While an draw were expected, Asif scored the winning goal for Shaheen from a losing ball off a KCC defender. Shaheen A remains in the top spot of the Premier League and Tuesday will be another tough test as they will face strong Dutch A at HV 8.30pm. While earlier at Recreio, Shaheen B drew with Recreio B 1-1, Sam scored the only goal for our B's.

(Posted on 6th Jan. 08)


Game during Christmas training in video.

We taped a few minutes of video during our Christmas training. This video will be use in future for game reading etc.

(Posted on 3rd Jan. 08)