Wednesday, December 21, 2011


The Malaysian Hockey Federation will cease to exist once the Sports Commissioner accepts its dissolution as per the decision made at the AGM on December 17, 2011.

However when one reads the the constitution, it can be seen that correctly the resolution should have read that they money will be deposited with OCM before moved to MHC or whatever body as determined to govern hockey in the country.

So let us not be seen to ignore the constitutional requirements and be open to a challenge in the court of law.


Rule 22          
The M.H.F. shall not be dissolved except with the consent of not less than ¾ of the number of persons who are entitled to vote in a General Meeting.

Rule 22.1       
In the event the M.H.F. is dissolved, all debts and liabilities incurred on behalf oh M.H.F. shall be fully discharged and the remaining funds shall be deposited with the O.C.M.

Rule 22.2       
The Minister of Sports, the Commissioner of Sports, the O.C.M., the N.S.C and other relevant bodies, both international and domestic shall be informed of the dissolution.

Rule 22.3       
In the event of deregistration by the Commissioner of Sports, clause 22.1 above shall apply with regard to funds of M.H.F. and in the event of a new governing body being established for promotion and development of the game of hockey in Malaysia, such funds shall be utilized by the new governing body under the supervision of O.C.M.