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Orientation Of Achievement And Tactical Knowledge For Kuala Lumpur Hockey Player Under 15 Years In Mssmkl Tournament

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Noorzaliza Osman1, a) , Asmadi Ishak1 , Zulezwan Ab Malek 1, Noor Aiwa Rosman1 and Moon Redee Sut Txi1


Abstract: This study to investigate the level of goal orientation and tactical knowledge for Kuala Lumpur hockey players under 15 years of age at Sekolah Sukan Seri Titiwangsa. A total of 37 players were involved in the study which answered the Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire (TEOSQ) questionnaire and The Tactical Scale Inventory for Sport (TACSIS) which has been translated into Bahasa Malaysia. The data were analysed using two way Anova. The findings show that Kuala Lumpur hockey players below 15 years are more motivated to the task orientation than the ego orientation. Thereafter, there is a significant difference between state and national level to know the action of the ball (Scale A) p <0.05 only. While difference in experience there is no significant difference. The findings of this study can be used as a reference to increase tactical knowledge and encourage athlete to task oriented. Research suggests that sports management focuses on player orientation goals and tactical knowledge.

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