India put up a dominating show, scoring in three of the four quarters, to outplay Poland 3-1 to clinch the FIH World Hockey League Round 2 at Major Dhyan Chan stadium, in New Delhi on Sunday.
Vandana Kataria (15th minute) put India ahead through a field goal in the dying minutes of the opening quarter.
The Polish girls struck back immediately at the start of the second period as Oriana Walasek sounded the board to draw parity in the 17th minute by converting a penalty corner.
The third period remained goalless for long before Ritu Rani put the hosts ahead again with her field goal in the 44th minute.
India skipper Rani then celebrated her 200th International appearance by finding the net in the 59th minute to seal the title for her side.
Meanwhile in the placings matches, Malaysia overpowered Thailand 3-0 to seal third place, Russia thrashed Kazakhstan 9-0 to secure fifth spot and Ghana outwitted Singapore 2-1 to avoid the wooden spoon.