Tamil Nadu enters quarterfinals of junior women nationals
New Delhi: Tamil Nadu decimated Gujarat 12-0 in a pool B match, to enter the quarterfinals of the 3rd Hockey India Junior Women National Championship.
Brindha Esther and Parameshwari scored three goals each for Tamil Nadu, while Swetha (2), Kalavathi (1), Vembarasi (1), Durachi Rajam (1) and Punitra (1) were the other goal scorers, at the Astroturf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi.
In a pool D league match, Priyanka Wankhede scored five goals as Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy (MPHA) defeated Andhra Pradesh 17-0.
The goal scorers for MPHA were Priyanka Wankhede (2, 7, 18, 40, 41 min), Shikha Sharma (8 min), R Ramngaihzuali (17, 48, 49 min), Nikharika Saxena (20min), H Lalruateeli (30, 56 min), Diksha Tiwari (43, 58 min), Reena Rathore (59 min), Shyma Tigdam (61, 65 min).
Pool B- Tamil Nadu 12 (Brindha Esther 8, 33, 60, Swetha 14, 22, Kalavathi 26, Parameshwari 34, 55, 59, Vembarasi 52, Durachi Rajam 62, Punitra 63) beat Gujarat 0
Pool D- MPHA 17 (Priyanka Wankhede 2, 7, 18, 40, 41, Shikha Sharma 8, R Ramngaihzuali 17, 48, 49, Nikharika Saxena 20, H Lalruateeli 30, 56, Diksha Tiwari 43, 58, Reena Rathore 59, Shyma Tigdam 61, 65) beat Andhra Pradesh 0.
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