V Partner Kuna Senathirajah makes a sponsorship pledge on behalf of QNET to the President Of Malaysian Hockey Confederation Datuk Seri Subahan Kamal. Pictured from left to right: Director Of QNET Malaysia Datuk Pahlawan Tuffile Nawab, V Partner Kuna Senatirajah, President Of Malaysian Hockey Confederation Datuk Seri Subahan Kamal, Vice President Of Malaysian Hockey Confederation Datuk Au Soon Kooi and QNET Regional Director Zaheer Merchant.

We are proud to announce that QNET has been named the Title Sponsor of the 4thAsian Men’s Champions Trophy by the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC). The prestigious hockey tournament, sanctioned by the Asian Hockey Federation, will be held from 20-30 October 2016 in Kuantan, Malaysia, and will officially be called QNET Asian Champions Trophy 2016. This is the first time the tournament will have a title sponsor since its inception six years ago.

The sponsorship signing ceremony between QNET and the Malaysian Hockey Confederation.

The Asian Men’s Champions Trophy will feature the Asian Games top six hockey teams of Pakistan, India, Malaysia, China, Japan and Korea, all competing in a round robin format. The Champions Trophy provides us the honour of being associated with yet another world-class sporting event, continuing our long tradition of sports sponsorships. At QNET, we believe that the drive, passion and teamwork in sports closely mirror those of QNET as a business.

“The Asian Champions Trophy provides us the opportunity to work closely with the Malaysian Hockey Confederation. It’s an honour to be part of one of Asia’s most prestigious events. Regionally, hockey is seen as a key sport, one that advocates unity and friendship. As such, we feel the tournament is not merely a competition of ability, but a platform to build strong relationships between countries in the Asian region. We aspire to do our best to making this tournament a great success together with the Malaysian Hockey Confederation.” said V Partner Kuna Senathirajah

The opening day matches on 20 October will see Malaysia play defending champions Pakistan, followed by India opening its campaign against Japan.

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