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Jharkhand win sub-jr. girls' hockey

August 23, 2004 20:52 IST

Defending champions Jharkhand won the 17th sub-junior girls' national hockey championship for the second consecutive year defeating Haryana 1-0 in the final in Kapurthala on Monday.

In a thrilling encounter, the Jharkhand girls dominated the proceedings and scored the winner in the 15th minute through center-forward Anims 1-0.

Afterwards it was ding dong battle till breather. After the break, Haryana girls played aggressively and earned nine penalty-corners but failed to convert any. Jharkhand too failed to scored for any of the four penalty-corners they forced.

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Sub: Congratulations !

We need to nurture players from Jharkand for national duty. Hockey playing girls and boys from Jharkhand with proper facilities, training and international exposure will ...

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