Thursday, September 3, 2015


In what can be considered a blunder by MHC, a suspended player played 50 minutes in a Division One match before he was removed from the pitch.

The finger pointing has started as all involved blame one another, right from the admin staff at the MHC office, the technical officials to the team managers.

The rules are clear - the team that fielded the suspended player will be deemed to have lost the match by. 3-0 margin.

But why are those responsible administratively being let off the hook? 

The Chinese have a saying - to know if a fish is rotten, check the head.

Enough said as the MHL is truly a circus.