Hockey: Railways, Haryana enter semis of 3rd Women National Championship

Updated: 28 April 2013 18:43 IST

In the second quarter-final, Haryana defeated Sports Authority of India 4-1 to join Railways in the semi-finals.

Hockey: Railways, Haryana enter semis of 3rd Women National Championship

Lucknow:

Defending champion Railways defeated hosts Uttar Pradesh 6-1 to enter the semi-finals of the third Hockey India Senior Women National Championship at the Major Dhyan Chand Stadium in the Guru Govind Singh Sports College here on Sunday.

Scoring thrice in each half, defending champions Railways beat Uttar Pradesh convincingly and became the first team to enter last four round.

Jasjeet Kaur scored the opening goal for Railways in the seventh minute.

But Uttar Pradesh drew parity in the ninth inute later minute through Pratibha Chaudhary's field goal.

Three minutes later Amandeep Kaur scored another goal to restore the lead before Roselin Dung Dung scored a field goal (23rd minute) as Railways went into the breather with a 3-1 lead.

After the change of ends, Laurenua Kerketta (44th min), Binita Xess (51st min) and Jasjeet Kaur (59th min) scored three more goal to help Railways register a comprehensive win.

In the second quarter-final, Haryana defeated Sports Authority of India 4-1 to join Railways in the semi-finals.

For Haryana, the goal scorers were were Jyoti Sharma (8th minute), Narinder (10th), Monika Dahiya (17th) and Bharti (61st), while Binita Kindu (50 minute) scored the lone goal for SAI.

Results:

Quarter-final 1: Railways 6 (Jasjeet Kaur 7, 59, Amandeep Kaur 12, Roselin Dung Dung 23, Laurenua Kerketta 44 and Binita Xess 51) beat Uttar Pradesh 1 (Pratibha Chaudhary 9).

Quarter-final 2: Haryana 4 (Jyoti Sharma 8, Narinder 10, Monika Dahiya 17, Bharti 61) beat Sports Authority of India (Binita Kindu 50). Meanwhile, Punjab and Jharkhand are the other two teams to have progressed to the semi-finals of the third Hockey India Senior Women National Championship.

While Punjab scored a hard fought 2-1 win over Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy in the third quarter-final, Jharkhand thrashed Karnataka 7-1 in another last eight match.

Jharkhand will face defending champion Railways in the first semi-final tomorrow, while Haryana will be up against Punjab.

Topics : Hockey
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