Asian Sports Association 1958

E.A. Cup

 
 

1984 East and Central African Championship

played in Mombasa, Kenya, June 22 - 24, 1984

22.06.1984 Zambia

1 (0)

Tanzania 

0 (0)

  Jhindi Thind (PS)   
22.06.1984 Kenya A

2

Kenya B

1

  Parminder Singh Simi Goya 
  Manjit Singh   
     
23.06.1984 Zambia

0

Kenya A

6

23.06.1984 Tanzania Kenya B 
     
24.06.1984 Zambia

0

Kenya B

2

     

 
 
 
 

1975 East African Championship

held in Nairobi, Kenya, 29-31 August 1975

1. Edwin Were; 2. Naran Dass; 3. Tarlochan Singh Channa; 4. Surjit Singh Rihal (capt); 5. Davinder Singh Deegan; 6. Shabir Bhatti; 7. Richard Kariuki; 8. Gilbert Ogolla; 9. Pradeep Singh Giddi; 10. Joseph Ndungu; 11. Raphael Fernandes; 12. Satpal Singh Marwa; 13. Arif Chaudhry.

Alu Mendonca (Coach)

 

 
 
 
 

1974 African Championship

held in Cairo, Egypt 1974

1. Tobias Oduor; 2. Patrick Martins; 3. Brajinder Daved; 4. Ranjit Singh Sehmi; 5. Shabir Bhatti; 6. Reynold Pereira; 7. Pradeep Singh Giddi; 8.  Surjit Singh Rihal (capt); 9. Naresh Verma; 10. Tarlochan Singh Channa; 11. Naran Dass; 12. Edwin Were; 13. Satpal Singh Marwa; 14. Nahar Singh Kalsi; 15. Philip Gitau; 16. Joseph Ndungu.

Alu Mendonca (Coach)

 
 
 
 

1973 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held in Dar-es-Salaam 8-10 August 1973

1. Amarjeet Singh Marwa; 2. Brajinder Daved; 3. Jagjit Singh Kular; 4. Surjit Singh Rihal (capt); 5. Tarlochan Singh Channa; 6. Jagmel Singh Rooprai; 7. Davinder Singh Deegan; 8. Nahar Singh Kalsi; 9. Tobais Oduor; 10. Ranjit Singh Sehmi; 11. Naran Dass; 12. Nahashon Ochieng; 13. Naresh Verma; 14. Reynold Pereira.

Alu Mendonca (Coach)

 
 
 
 

1972 No Competition

 
 
 
 

1971 African Championship

held in Lusaka Central Sports Club, Lusaka, Zambia 15 - 21 August 1971

15.08.1971 Kenya

4 (1)

Ghana

0 (0)

  Avtar Singh 2   
  Brajinder Daved   
  Jagjit Singh   
15.08.1971 Uganda

4 (2)

Nigeria 

0 (0)

  Malkit Singh 3   
  Kuldeep Singh   
15.08.1971 UAR

2 (1)

Tanzania

0 (0)

  Favez Yusuf   
  Fathy Darwish   
15.08.1971 Malawi

1 (1)

Zambia

2 (0)

  Cyril Courtino   
     
16.08.1971 Kenya

3 (2)

Nigeria

0 (0)

  Brijinder Daved 2   
  Surjeet Panesar   
16.08.1971 Uganda

1 (1)

UAR

0 (0)

  Kuldeep Singh   
16.08.1971 Ghana

1 (1)

Zambia

0 (0)

  Agwe Lwui   
16.08.1971 Tanzania

2 (1)

Malawi

0 (0)

  Maruma   
  Hamid   
     
17.08.1971 Kenya

6 (4)

Tanzania

0 (0)

  Davinder Singh 4   
17.08.1971 Uganda

2 (0)

Malawi

0 (0)

  Kuldeep Singh   
  Kapoor   
17.08.1971 Ghana

1 (0)

Nigeria

1 (0)

  Aspana Sam Asima 
17.08.1971 UAR

3 (0)

Zambia

0 (0)

     
18.08.1971 Kenya

4 (1)

Zambia

0 (0)

  Jagjit Singh 2   
  Surjit Rihal (PS)   
  Surjeet Panesar   
18.08.1971 Uganda

2 (0)

Ghana

1 (1)

  Kapoor (PS)   
  Rajinder Singh   
18.08.1971 Malawi

0

UAR

1

18.08.1971 Tanzania

4 (4)

Nigeria

1 (0)

  Nazareth   
  D'Souza   
  Hamid   
  Tarlochan Singh   
     
19.08.1971 Kenya

2 (0)

UAR

0 (0)

  Surjeet Panesar 2 (PC; PC)   
19.08.1971 Uganda

5 (4)

Tanzania

3 (1)

  Rajinder Singh 2 D'Souza (2F) 
  Malkit Singh   
  George Marals   
  Kuldeep Singh (57F)   
19.08.1971 Malawi

1 (1)

Ghana

0 (0)

  Alan Beale (25F)   
19.08.1971 Zambia

1 (1)

Nigeria

0 (0)

  Keith Asherwood (PC)   
     
20.08.1971 Kenya 

2 (2)

Malawi 

0 (0)

  Silvester Asholya   
  Jagjit Singh   
20.08.1971 Tanzania

2

Ghana 

1

20.08.1971 Uganda

2

Zambia

1

20.08.1971 UAR

5

Nigeria

1

     
21.08.1971 Kenya

3 (1)

Uganda

0 (0)

  Ravinder Singh   
  Brajinder Daved   
  Jagjit Singh   
21.08.1971 UAR

4 (4)

Ghana

0 (0)

21.08.1971 Tanzania

2 (1)

Zambia

1 (1)

  Chiadawi Keith Asherwood (PC) 
  Hamid   



Kenya Squad: 1. Davinder Singh Deegan; 2. Jagjit Singh Kular; 3. Surjeet Singh Panesar; 4. Avtar Singh Sohal (capt.); 5. Surjit Singh Rihal; 6. Resham Singh Bains; 7. Amarjeet Singh Marwa; 8. Harvinder Singh Marwa; 9. Silvester Ashioya; 10. Harvinderpal Singh Sibia; 11. Brajinder Daved; 12. Satpal Singh Marwa; 13. Tarlochan Singh Channa; 14. Naran Dass; 15. Shabir Bhatti; 16.Ravinder Singh Laly.

Kulwant Singh Bawa (Manager), Hardev Singh Kular (Coach)

Kenya win the Championship

 
 
 
 

1970 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held in Nairobi 1 - 3 August 1970

1. Surjit Singh Rihal; 2. Davinder Singh Deegan; 3. Avtar Singh Sohal (capt); 4. Santokh Singh Matharu; 5. Surjeet Singh Panesar; 6. Leo Fernandes; 7. Harvinder Singh Marwa; 8. Ranjit Singh Sehmi; 9. Amarjeet Singh Marwa; 10. Jagjit Singh Kular; 11. Brajinder Daved; 12. Naran Dass; 13. Jagmel Singh Rooprai; 14. Resham Singh Bains; 15. Tarlochan Singh Channa.

Hardev Singh (Coach)

 
 
 
 

1969 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held in Dar-es-Salaam, 13 - 17 December 1969.

1. Amarjeet Singh Marwa; 2. Avtar Singh Sohal (capt); 3. Jagmel Singh Rooprai; 4. Ajit Singh Rana; 5. Resham Singh Bains; 6. Harvinder Singh Marwa; 7. Surjit Singh Rihal; 8. Surjeet Singh Panesar; 9. Ranjit Singh Sehmi; 10. Jagjit Singh Kular; 11. Davinder Singh Deegan; 12. Santokh Singh Matharu; 13. Egbert Fernandes (v.capt); 14. Reynold Pereira; 15. Hezron Saggia; 16. Mohammed Butt

Zablon Olang (Manager), Hardev Singh (Coach)

 
 
 
 

1968 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held in Kampala, Uganda, August 3 - 5, 1968

 03.08.1968Zambia 

0 (0)

 Uganda

2 (1)

    Imtiaz Ahmed 
    Rajinder Sandhu 
 03.08.1968Kenya 

11 (4)

 Tanzania 

0 (0)

 Davinder Singh 5   
 Surjeet Jr 4   
 Avtar Singh   
 Reynold   
     
 04.08.1968Uganda 

3 (2)

 Tanzania

1 (1)

 Kuldip Bhogal 2 (2-1; 3-1)  Furtade (0 - 1) 
 Rajinder Sandhu (1 - 1)   
 04.08.1968Kenya 

6 (3)

 Zambia

1 (0)

 Davinder Singh (15F)  Keith Asherwood (70PS) 
 Surjeet Jr. (20F; 35F)   
 Avtar (45; 67)   
 Reynold (62)   
     
 05.08.1968Kenya

0 (0)

 Uganda

0 (0)

 05.08.1968Tanzania

1 (1)

 Zambia

0 (0)

 Jaswant Singh (25PS)   



Kenya Team: 1.  Jack Simonian (GK); 2. Amarjeet Singh Marwa (GK); 3.  Avtar Singh (capt);  4. Kirpal Singh;  5. Harvinder Singh Marwa; 6. Surjeet Singh Panesar;  7. Silu Fernandes;  8. Leo Fernandes;  9.  Hilary Fernandes; 10. Santokh Singh; 11. Davinder Singh; 12. Alu Mendonca; 13. A. Adouri; 14. R. Pereira.

Kenya retain the Championship on goal difference.

 
 
 
 

1967 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, August 5 - 7, 1967

05.08.1967Kenya

2

Tanzania

0

Surjeet Jr. (21PS)
Davinder Singh (23F)
05.08.1967Uganda

1

Zambia

1

06.08.1967Kenya 

4

Zambia

0

06.08.1967Uganda

1

Tanzania

0

Rajinder Singh
07.08.1967Kenya

1 (1)

Uganda

1 (1)

Octavio Pereira (8F)Ajaib Singh (6PC)
07.08.1967Tanzania

1

Zambia

0

Ahmed Mbaye



Kenya Team: 1.  Jack Simonian (GK); 2. Amarjeet Singh Marwa (GK); 3.  Avtar Singh (capt);  4. Kirpal Singh;  5. Ajmal; 6. Harvinder Singh Marwa; 7. Surjeet Singh Panesar;  8. Silu Fernandes;  9. Octavio Pereira;  10.  Hilary Fernandes; 11. Leo Fernandes; 12. Ayodo; 13. Davinder Singh; 14. Alu Mendonca.

Manager: Hardial Singh

Kenya win the Championship.

 
 
 
 

1966 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

Played in Nairobi, Kenya, December 10 - 12, 1966

10.12.1966 Kenya

5

Tanzania

2

11.12.1966 Tanzania

1 (1)

Uganda 

6 (2)

 Cota Upkar Singh 
   Roger Gomes 
   Shah 
   Ajit Singh 
   Ajaib Singh 
   Harjinder Singh 
     
12.12.1966 Kenya

1 (1)

Uganda

1 (0)

 Alu Mendonca (33PC) Upkar Singh (40F) 


Kenya Team: 1.   Amarjeet Singh Marwa (GK); 2. Fonseca; 3.  Avtar Singh (capt);  4. Kirpal Singh;  5. Silvan Gomes; 6.  Harvinder Singh Marwa; 7. Silu Fernandes; 8. Ajmal; 9. Amar Singh Mangat; 10. Hilary Fernandes; 11. Davinder Singh; 12. Ayodo; 13. Alu Mendonca; 14. Tribhovan; 15. Paul Sergeant; 16. Avito Abreo.

Uganda win Championship on goal difference

 
 
 
 

1965 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held at Lugogo Stadium, Kampala, Uganda, December 5 - 6, 1965

05.12.1965 Uganda 6

 (5)

Zanzibar1

 (0)

 (0930 hrs)      
05.12.1965 Kenya 3

 (3)

Uganda 0

 (0)

 (1715 hrs) Davinder Singh 2    
  Avtar Singh 1 (PC)    
       
06.12.1965 Kenya7

(4)

Zanzibar0(0)
  Avtar Singh 3 (all PC)     
  Davinder Singh 3 (all FG)     
  Leo Fernandes (FG)     
       

Kenya Team: 1. Ivo Colaco (G/K); 2. Nuru Divni (G/K); 3. Kirpal Singh; 4. Avtar Singh (Capt); 5. Hilary Fernandes; 6. Ajmal Malik; 7. Amrik Singh; 8. Mangat; 9 Amar Singh; 10. Tejprakash Singh; 11. Davinder Singh; 12. Egbert Fernandes; 13. Samaj Khan; 14. Hardev Singh 

Kenya won the Championship

 
 
 
 

1964 No Competition

 
 
 
 

1963 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

played in Moshi, Tanganyika, 12 - 14 July, 1963

12.07.1963 Kenya

7 (4)

Tanganyika

0 (0)

  Reynold D'Souza (1 - 0)   
  Avtar Singh (2 - 0)   
  Egbert Fernandes (3 - 0)   
  Egbert Fernandes (4 - 0)   
  Alu Mendonca (5 - 0)   
  Egbert Fernandes (6 - 0)   
  Egbert Fernandes (7 - 0)   
12.07.1963 Uganda 

7 (3)

Zanzibar

0 (0)

  Ajit Singh (1 - 0)   
  Ajit Singh (2 - 0)   
  Ajmer Singh (3 - 0)   
  Ajmer Singh (4 - 0)   
  Ajmer Singh (5 - 0)   
  Ajmer Singh (6 - 0)   
  Polly Pereira (7 - 0)   
     
13.07.1963 Kenya 

7

Zanzibar 

0

  Egbert Fernandes 3   
  Alu Mendonca   
  Santokh Singh   
  Amar Singh 2   
13.07.1963 Tanganyika 

1

Uganda 

0

  Alban Fernandes   
     
14.07.1963 Kenya 

0

Uganda

0

14.07.1963 Tanganyika 

7 (6)

Zanzibar

0 (0)

  M. Rodriques 3   
  A. Fernandes   
  Tarlochan Singh 2   
  C. Saldanha   

Kenya Team: 1. Saudi George (GK); 2.  Jack Simonian (GK); 3. Anthony Vaz;  4. Avtar Singh (capt);  5. Kirpal Singh;  6. Santokh Singh; 7. Surjeet Singh;  8. Krishan  Aggarwal; 9. Silvester  Fernandes; 10. M. Ajmal; 11. Hilary Fernandes; 12. Edgar Fernandes; 13. Egbert Fernandes; 14. Reynold D'Souza ; 15. Alu Mendonca; 16. Amar Singh

A. D'Souza (Manager) & Hardial Singh (Coach).

Kenya win Championship on goal difference

 
 
 
 

1962 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

played in Zanzibar, July 12 - 14, 1962

12.07.1962 Kenya

1

Tanganyika

1

12.07.1962 Zanzibar

0 (0)

Uganda

3 (2)

   Ajit Singh (1 - 0) 
     
13.07.1962 Kenya 

8

Zanzibar 

0

13.07.1962 Tanganyika

0

Uganda

0

     
14.07.1962 Kenya

1

Uganda

1

  Alu Mendonca (1 - 1) Franklin Pereira (0 - 1) 
14.07.1962 Tanganyika

3

Zanzibar

0


Kenya Team: 1. Saudi George (GK); Shuman; 3. Avtar Singh (v. capt); 4. Anthony Vaz;  5. Sang Singh;  6. Jagnandan Singh; 7. Surjeet Singh Junior;  8. Silvester Fernandes; 9. Santokh Singh; 10. Q. Khan;  11. Hilary Fernandes (capt);  12. Edgar Fernandes; 13. Hardev Singh; 14. Alu Mendonca;  15. Reynold D'Souza ; 16. Amar Singh

D.N. Nuttall (Manager) & Hardial Singh (Coach).

Kenya win Championship on goal difference.

 
 
 
 

1961 No Competition

 
 
 
 

1960 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

played at City Park Hockey Stadium, Nairobi, Kenya, May 26 - 29, 1960

26.05.1960 Kenya

9 (4)

Zanzibar

0 (0)

  Tejparkash Singh 2   
  Edgar Fernandes 2   
  Dunstan Rodriques 3   
  Alu Mendonca   
     
27.05.1960 Uganda 

3

Tanganyika

1

  C. Pereira Alban Fernandes 
  Ajit Singh   
  Mubarak   
     
28.05.1960 Uganda

2 (1)

Zanzibar

0 (0)

  C Pereira   
  J Loba   
     
28.05.1960 Kenya

1

Tanganyika

1

  Hardev Singh (1 - 1) Jaswant Singh (PC) (0 - 1) 
     
29.05.1960 Tanganyika

2

Zanzibar

0

  Anderade   
  Jagjit Singh   
29.05.1960 Kenya

4 (2)

Uganda

0 (0)

  Hilary Fernandes   
  Alu Mendonca   
  Surjeet Jr. 2   
     

Kenya Team: 1. Alu Mendonca (capt); 2.Saudi George (GK); 3.  Surjeet Senior; 4. Sang Singh; 5. Tejparkash Singh; 6. Edgar Fernandes; 7. Dunstan Rodriques; 8. Hardev Singh; 9. Surjeet Junior; 10. Hilary Fernandes; 11. Gursharan Singh;

Kenya win Championship for second year running.

 
 
 
 

1959 East African Championship (Rahim Jivraj Trophy)

held at Lugogo Stadium, Kampala, Uganda, February 22 - 27, 1959

22.02.1959 Kenya 

4

Zanzibar

0

  Hardev Singh 2   
     
22.02.1959 Uganda 

2

Tanzania

2

  Remy Collaco (1 - 0) Mathew Andrades (2 - 1) 
  Polly Pereira (2 - 0) Chic Saldana (2 - 2) 
     
25.02.1959 Kenya

6 (2) 

Tanganyika

0 (0)

  Pritam Singh (1 - 0)   
  Gursharan Singh (2 - 0)   
  Pritam Singh (3 - 0)   
  Hilary Fernandes (4 - 0)   
  Alu Mendonca (5 - 0)   
  Hilary Fernandes (6 - 0)   
     
25.02.1959 Uganda

2

Zanzibar

2

  Remy Collaco (1 - 1) Gajendra Doshi (0 - 1) 
  Keith Butcher (PC) (2 - 2) Gajendra Doshi (1 - 2) 
     
27.02.1959 Kenya

1

Uganda

0

  Hilary Fernandes   
     
27.02.1959 Zanzibar 

1

Tanganyika

1

     

Kenya Team: 1. Hardev Singh (capt); 2. Saudi George (GK); 3. Hilary Fernandes; 4. Pritam Singh; 5. Gursharan Singh; 6. Alu Mendonca

Kenya won the Championship.