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7th Senior National Hockey C'ship 'A' Division: Chandigarh beat Haryana 2-1

ANI  |  Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India] 

Goals by (7') and Damanjit Singh (37') helped Hockey beat Hockey 2-1 in their Pool D encounter on Day Two of the ongoing Hockey 7th Senior National Hockey Championship 2017 (Men) 'A' Division here in

The only goal for Hockey was scored by Gagandeep Singh in the 57th minute.

In Pool C, the Hockey Association Ltd and Hockey Academy drew 2-2. Avneesh Kumar Sen opened the scoring for Hockey Academy in the 2nd minute of the game.

Goals from Victo Singh (27') and Vikram Yadav (30') gave The Hockey Association Ltd lead. Right at the end of the third quarter though, Vikash Chaudhary scored the goal that would split the points, both teams ending an exciting match on equal terms.

In Pool A, Hockey beat Services Control Board 2-1. was the star of the game with a brace (2', 49') that settled the game for Hockey. Jugraj Singh (12') scored Services Control Board's goal.

Hockey Patiala and Punjab & Sind Bank drew 1-1 in an exciting Pool C encounter. Karamjit Singh's goal for Punjab & Sind Bank in the 18th mintue was cancelled out by Kawaljit Singh's 49th minute goal as the teams split the points.

Hockey Karnataka and Promotion Board played out a 0-0 stalemate in Pool D. Despite a host of chances for both sides, neither could convert ending the game goal less. Both teams are yet to win a match in the tournament.

In Pool A, Namdhari XI beat Hockey Jharkhand 6-0 to record their first win of the tournament. Goals by Harwinder Singh (10', 15'), Gagandeep Singh (34'), Udhampreet Singh (35') and Sukhdev Singh (43', 49') saw off Hockey Jharkhand, as Namdhari XI took the three points.

Comptroller & Auditor General of beat Hockey Bhopal 3-0 in their Pool B encounter. Neither team could break the deadlock in the first two quarters, a host of cards the defining feature of the opening periods of play.

Sidharth Shankar scored in the 49th minute to give Comptroller & Auditor General of India the lead. It was one they never let up on, SS Bundela's brace (45', 57') capping off their first victory of the tournament.

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First Published: Sat, June 17 2017. 11:22 IST