Madhya Pradesh are champions of Sr Women’s Hockey Nationals 2015 (B-Division)

Hockey Madhya Pradesh defeated Hockey Patiala 4-0 to clinch the title of the 5th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) ‘’B’’ Division at Saifai today. In the Bronze Medal match, Hockey Bihar edged past Association of Indian Universities by 3-2 to finish at 3rd position in the tournament.

Hockey Patiala(Orange) in action against Hockey Madhya Pradesh (White) in the final of 5th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) ‘’B’’ Division

Hockey Patiala(Orange) in action against Hockey Madhya Pradesh (White) in the final of 5th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) ‘’B’’ Division

Hockey Madhya Pradesh convincingly beat Hockey Patiala 4-0 and lifted the title of the 5th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Women) ‘’B’’ Division today. Hockey Madhya Pradesh produced a clinical performance throughout the match and left no scope for Hockey Patiala to score. Hockey Madhya Pradesh drew their first blood through Jyoti Pal who then sneaked in three goals in the 23rd, 26th and 29th minute, the first one coming from a penalty corner and the other two field goals. The score board read 3-0 in favor of Hockey Madhya Pradesh before entering the second half of the game. Continue reading →

Uttar Pradesh face Railway in Historic Final of Hockey Nationals 2015 (A-Division)

Railway Sports Promotion Board confirm their entry into finals by beating Air India Sports Promotion Board 6-4, while Uttar Pradesh Hockey outplayed Hockey Gangpur-Odisha 3-0 in 2nd semi-final to set-up the historic final in the 5th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Men) Div – A. The final match will be telecast LIVE and exclusive on DD Sports.

Railway Sports Promotion Board beating Air India Sports Promotion Board 6-4 to reach the finals of th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Men) Div – A

Railway Sports Promotion Board beating Air India Sports Promotion Board 6-4 to reach the finals of th Senior National Hockey Championship 2015 (Men) Div – A

Reaching the finals of the tournament, Railway Sports Promotion Board will be seen battling against Uttar Pradesh Hockey to fight for the title while Air India Sports promotion Board and Hockey Gangpur-Odisha will be fighting for the 3rd and 4th position.

FINAL: Railway Sports Promotion Board vs Uttar Pradesh at 3:30 PM on 28th April
Bronze Medal Match: Air India Sports Promotion Board vs Hockey Gangpur-Odisha on 28th April
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Namdhari XI win Division-B of 5th Hockey India Senior Men Nationals 2015

Namdhari XI outclassed Hockey Patiala to win the B-Division of 5th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship 2015, while Chandigarh Olympic Association won the Bronze Medal. Namdhari XI defeated the Patiala team by 5-1 and the team from Chandigarh beat Hockey Himachal by 5-2 in 3rd place play at Pune.

Namdhari XI: Champions of 5th edition of the Hockey India Senior Men National Championship 2015 (B-Division)

Namdhari XI: Champions of 5th edition of the Hockey India Senior Men National Championship 2015 (B-Division)

The Final match was a one sided affair as Namdhari XI took an easy win over Hockey Patiala. It was Gagandeep Singh four goals helped his team to win the match comfortably. The other match between Chandigarh Olympic Association and Hockey Himachal was an intense clash as the former claimed the 3rd position and the latter having to settle for the 4th. It was the remarkable performance by the Chandigarh Captain Gagandeep Singh whose four goals put the dent in the spirits of the opponents. Continue reading →

Odisha Won 4th Sub Junior Hockey Nationals 2014 – Men (A Division)

Ranchi, 25th May 2014: Hockey Odisha emerged as the champions of the 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014 – Men (A Division) by winning over Haryana 3-1 in the final played at Ranchi, Jharkhand. Whereas, Punjab finished 3rd place by defeating Jharkhand with a score of 3-1 on board.

Hockey Odisha: The Champions 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014 - Men (A Division)

Hockey Odisha: The Champions 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014 – Men (A Division)

In an exciting match played between Hockey Odisha and Haryana, Odisha lifts the title and defeated Haryana with a mere goal margin of 3-1. The winning team showed their superiority scoring three consecutive goals in the entire match not letting Haryana to score a single goal in the first half of the game. Continue reading →

Debutants Hockey Gangpur-Odisha Won Sub Junior Nationals 2014 – Women (B Division)

Haldwani, Uttarakhand, 25 May 2014: Debutants Hockey Gangpur-Odisha defeated Sports Authority of India (SAI) to win the B-Division of 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014. Punjab finished at 3rd place by defeating Bhopal by a huge margin of 13-0, while the team from Gangpur-Odisha defeated SAI by 2-1 in final played here in Haldwani, Uttarakhand today.

Hockey Gangpur- Odisha: the Champions 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014 – Women (B-Division) at Haldwani

Hockey Gangpur- Odisha: the Champions 4th Sub Junior National Hockey Championship 2014 – Women (B-Division) at Haldwani

In an exciting finals match today, Hockey Gangpur- Odisha beats Sports Authority of India by 2-1. Hockey Gangpur-Odisha fully dominated the first half of the match and did not let Sports Authority of India to score a single goal. Hockey Gangpur-Odisha looked pumped up from the initial minute of match and kept on attacking the opponent. Continue reading →

Punjab Retain Jr Men Nationals Title, Haryana finished 3rd

6 April 2014: Punjab outclassed Odisha by 6-2 in the finals of the 4th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship 2014 (Division A) to retain their Junior National Champions title, Haryana defeated SAI 7-3 to finish 3rd.

Harjeet Singh (Punjab): Man of the Tournament in action against Odisha

Harjeet Singh (Punjab): Man of the Tournament in action against Odisha

Individual Awards Of The Tournament –
Best Goalkeeper- Jugraj (Punjab)
Best Defender- Nilam Sanjeev Xess (Odisha)
Best Midfielder- Sumit (Haryana)
Best Forward- Joseph Toppo (Odisha)
Man of the Tournament- Harjeet Singh (Punjab)

In an exciting finals of the 4th Hockey India Junior Men National Championship (Division A), played today in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, the defending champions Punjab held Hockey Odisha back on their feet as the penetrated a total of six goals to bag the championship title for the second time and let Hockey Odisha keep a mere two goals in their account.

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