KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 6 (Bernama) -- National hockey squad's penalty corner specialist Mohd Amin Rahim who will be making his last appearance in the Myanmar SEA Games hopes to end his campaign on a high by winning the gold medal, just like how he had started.
Amin, 33, who will be probably playing in his last SEA Games due to his age factor said he hoped to end his SEA Games campaign on a high by helping the National team win the gold medal.
"This (Myanmar) could be my last SEA Games because age is catching up. Many things can happen in two years, before the next Games. However, I hope to play my part in international tournaments next year.
"I hope to be in the squad that will play in the World Cup hosted by Holland in the Hague, next year," he told reporters at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil, here, today.
Amin first played for the country in the 1999 Brunei SEA Games where Malaysia won the gold medal but hockey was not included in the last two editions of the SEA Games, namely in Laos (2009) and Indonesia (2011).....