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Hockey Haryana blanks Kerala Hockey 20-0

Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, Thu, 07 May 2015 NI Wire

Keeping up the momentum, the teams displayed a skilful game at the 5th Junior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) 'A' Division.

- Hockey Haryana blanks Kerala Hockey 20-0
- Hockey Karnataka edges past Uttar Pradesh Hockey to win 2-1
- Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy thumps Chhattisgarh Hockey 10-0
- Hockey Punjab outwits The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd. 5-0

Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, 06 May 2015: The top teams continued to put up a spectacular show on the fourth day of the 5th Junior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) 'A' Division.

The day started with an exciting clash between Hockey Haryana and Kerala Hockey where the former's dominance declared a thumping win for them over the latter with a 20-0 margin. The second match of the day went in favour of Hockey Karnataka as they defeated Uttar Pradesh Hockey to win 2-1. It was followed by the third match of the day where an interesting clash between Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy and Chhattisgarh Hockey concluded in favour of Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy who outwitted Chhattisgarh Hockey 10-0.In the last match, Hockey Punjab declared a convincing win over The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd 5-0.

The match between Hockey Haryana and Kerala Hockey was a one- sided affair as the former took over the latter with a goal margin of 20-0. Hockey Haryana dished out a spirited performance as they controlled the game from the beginning. The dominating team Hockey Haryana started the proceedings for the day as they scored their first goal in the fifth minute when Manjeet did no mistake and converted a penalty corner. Hockey Haryana increased the lead to 2-0 as Devika Sen very efficiently struck a field goal in the 14th minute. Storming into the Kerala Hockey's circle, Hockey Haryana bagged the third goal coming from the stick of Jyoti in the 23rd minute. In full support of Hockey Haryana Manjeet contributed 4 goals to in the 27th, 39th, 52nd and 55th minute which were followed by the star of the day Neha, who fluently added 7 outstanding goals for Hockey Haryana. Finally, it was the staying power of the Hockey Haryana that titled the match in their favour when a last minute twentieth goal was shot by Udita who concluded the game with a win over Kerala Hockey 20-0.

The match between Hockey Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh Hockey got exciting as leading the game 1-0, Uttar Pradesh Hockey was outwitted by Hockey Karnataka to win 2-1. The game started in favor of Uttar Pradesh Hockey as they opened the scorecard in the 4th minute as a field effort by Sonam bore results. Looking at coming back into the match with the equalizer goal, Hockey Karnataka capitalized as in the 13th minute a pass to Sandhya H P was slammed into the nets. With the game at 1-1 the second half became the deciding session as each team was looking at scoring and winning. It was Hockey Karnataka who took the lead in the 37th minute and thereon ensured that Uttar Pradesh did not get any opportunity to score. This helped Hockey Karnataka to win 2-1.

Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy taking on Chhattisgarh Hockey had a field day as they dominated and won the match 10-0. Starting the game with great speed, Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy scored their first goal in the 10th minute as Rakhi Prajapti scored through a field effort. The very next minute Anuja Singh capitalized on a penalty corner and took her team's score to 2-0. High on confidence Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy scored two back to back goals in the 14th and 15th minute as Karishma Singh scored a brace. Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy continued their onslaught as they added five more goals before the end of first half coming in the 23rd, 26th, 30th, 31st and 33rd minute and the half time scores read 9-0. The second half while Chhattisgarh Hockey strengthen their defence and not allowing Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy the easy goals, they on the other hand tried to score and get back into the game. The strong defence did stop the dominance of Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy and they could add just one more goal in the 68th minute and taking the game 10-0.

Concluding the day in favour of Hockey Punjab, The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd. lost to Hockey Punjab 5-0. The match saw some calculative moves coming from both the sides and the initial opening was taken by Hockey Punjab in the early two minutes of the game through Amrinder Kaur. In the 21st minute of the game, Captain Narinder Kaur struck a beautiful field goal and doubled the lead to 2-0. Hockey Punjab did not stop here and all their attempts to net the ball stood successful when Rajwinder Kaur and Param Jit Kaur struck the goal box in the 41st and 64th minute respectively advancing the lead to 4-0. Without wasting much time, it was Narinder Kaur again who added a field goal in the 66th minute thereby, declaring a win for Hockey Punjab over The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd. 5-0.

Results of the day-

Pool A Hockey Haryana 20 Manjeet (5min- PC, 27min- FG, 39min- FG,52min-FG, 55min-FG), Devika Sen (14min- FG, 40min- FG), Jyoti (23min-PC), Neha (30min-FG, 35min- FG, 49min- FG, 63min-FG, 65min-FG,66min-FG,68min-FG), Pinki (44min-FG, 57min-FG), Jyoti Gupta (47min- FG), Udita (62min-PC, 69min-FG) vs Kerala Hockey 0

Pool A Hockey Karnataka 2 Sandhya H P (13 min-FG), Ramya N (37 min-FG) vs Uttar Pradesh Hockey 1 Sonam (4 min-FG)

Pool B Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy 10 Rakhi Prajapati (10 min-FG), Anuja Singh (11 min-PC), Karishma Singh (14 min-FG, 15 min-FG), Jyoti Pal (23 min-FG, 31 min-FG), Upasana Singh (26 min-FG, 30 min-FG, 68 min-FG), Neelu Dadiya (33 min-PC) vs Chhattisgarh Hockey 0

Pool B Hockey Punjab 5 Amrinder Kaur (2min- FG), Narinder Kaur (21min- FG, 66min- FG), Rajwinder Kaur (41min- FG), Param Jit Kaur (64min- FG) vs The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd. 0

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