The formidable IOC team, comprising a number of internationals, dominated the summit clash, after having come through a thrilling semifinal Saturday (against Indian Army).
The Railways, on the other hand, had outplayed Punjab & Sind Bank in the semifinal, but couldn't raise its game when it mattered the most.
The match got off to a quick start with both teams looking to get the breakthrough early to lay down the marker.
Roshan Minz, one of the several IOC players with international experience, opened the scoring when he sounded the boards in the 14th minute.
The Railways' defence came under pressure as the IOC forward-line pushed forward.
It took another three minutes for the team to go 3-0 up as Talwinder Singh slammed home from a penalty corner, putting IOC in control.
Armed with a 3-0 lead at half-time, IOC continued to push ahead even while having to thwart the Railways attempts to find a way back into the match.
IOC scored against the run of play in the 52nd minute through Bharath Chikkara to make it 4-0.
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