Both the teams had already booked their semi-final berths by winning the earlier two encounters and the hosts once again showed their prowess with a domineering performance.
Vishal Mane opened Maharashtra's account by catching the Haryana raider in the very first raid and after that the hosts did not look back. They registered their first all-out in the 16th minute and took a 20-10 lead at half-time.
While the men were in rampaging form, Maharashtra women failed to raise the bar and were knocked out in group stage after losing to Indian Railways 47-24.
Having lost to Haryana in their second match, Maharashtra needed a victory over Railways, but their challenge fizzled out in the first half itself when they were all-out twice and trailed 12-26 at half time.
Kaur earned 18 points for the winners from 23 raids and even accounted for three Chhattisgarh raiders while defending.
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