Results from Hockey India 7th National Championships 2017

Results from Hockey India 7th National Championships 2017 
Hockey India 7th Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Women) ‘B’ Division
~ Hockey Andhra Pradesh beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 15-0 ~
~ Hockey Madhya Bharat beat Goans Hockey 4-1 ~
~ Hockey Rajasthan beat Hockey Madhya Pradesh 6-0 ~
~ Kerala Hockey beat Hockey Puducherry 20-0 ~
~ Hockey Jammu & Kashmir beat Hockey Gujarat 9-0 ~
Hockey India 7th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Men) ‘B’ Division
~ Namdhari XI beat Hockey Madhya Bharat 14-0 ~
~ The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd beat Goans Hockey 5-1 ~
~ Sports Authority of Gujarat – Hockey Academy beat Hockey Puducherry 6-0 ~ 
~ Bengal Hockey Association beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 15-0 ~

28 April 2017: Action from Hockey India’s 7th National Championship 2017 across different divisions, continued today. 
In Bhopal, Hockey India 7th Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Women) ‘B’ Division continued into its second day.
In Pool A, Hockey Andhra Pradesh beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 15-0. Spandana Bokam (11’, 35’, 70’), Maheswari Balagond (13’, 15’, 44’, 46’), Bhavani Madugula (22’, 43’, 69’) and Mary Lotla (37’, 41’, 50’, 68’) scored a hat-trick each in their victory.
In Pool D, Hockey Madhya Bharat beat Goans Hockey 4-1. Goals for Hockey Madhya Bharat were scored by, Sony Sahu (24’, 56’), Shivani Gautam (51’) and Aayushi Patel (65’). Goans Hockey’s goal was scored by skipper Vega Fernades (50’). 
Hockey Rajasthan beat Hockey Madhya Pradesh 6-0 in Pool C. Beena Pandey scored an outstanding four goals (2’, 15’, 39’, 43’) and Reena Saini’s brace (7’, 69’) in their victory.
Kerala Hockey recorded a superb 20-0 victory over Hockey Puducherry in the Pool A encounter. KM Ariya (3’, 5’, 10’, 19’, 32’, 47’, 50’) scored seven spectacular goals in a clinical performance in front of goal to guarantee the victory.
Hockey Jammu & Kashmir beat Hockey Gujarat 9-0 in their Pool B game today. A hat trick by Mridhu Sharma (22’, 34’, 60’) and a brace each by Abhilove Kour (24’, 58’), Priya Thakur (29’, 51’) and Chittra (3’, 64’) gave them the three points. 
In Bengaluru, Pool games at the Hockey India 7th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Men) ‘B’ Division continued at pace.
In Pool B, Namdhari XI beat Hockey Madhya Bharat 14-0. Hanspal Singh continued his tremendous form and smashed seven goals (11’, 25’, 29’, 31’, 32’, 37’, 48’) in his teams’ victory. Gurpreet Singh also scored a hat trick (6’, 19’, 39’) for Namdhari XI.
The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd beat Goans Hockey 5-1 in their Pool B clash. The Mumbai Hockey Association Ltd took the lead in the third minute via Raj Patil, and never truly let up in the game. Aifaz Sayyed scored a brace for them (23’, 62’) in the victory. 
Sports Authority of Gujarat – Hockey Academy beat Hockey Puducherry 6-0 in Pool B. Sunny Thubre (6’, 10’) and Shyamprakash Yadav (41’, 52’) scored a brace each in the victory.
Bengal Hockey Association beat Vidarbha Hockey Association 15-0 in Pool C. Siddharth Kumar(17’, 58’, 65’, 69’) and Rabi Shankar Yadav (11’, 21’, 55’) scored a hat-trick each in their victory.
In Pool C, Hockey Coorg beat Hockey Himachal 4-0. M.K Chethan was the star of the show, scoring a well deserved hat trick (50’, 54’, 65’) to give them the three points.
Photo Caption: Action from Hockey India 7th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Men) ‘B’ Division in Bengaluru on Friday

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