The high-end Indian Senior Hockey National Championship in 2020

On the 3rd of the Indian Senior Hockey National Championship in 2020, the Service Sports Control Board, the Mumbai Hockey Association, the Punjab & Sind Bank, Haryana Hockey and Karnataka Hockey registered the victory. While the Service far exceeded Tamil Nadu, with a score of 3-1, only Hassan M Basha scored for TN.

Service of the Sports Control Board far beyond Tamil Nadu’s hockey unit 3-1 in their Billiards A match at the 10th Indian High School National Hockey Championship in 2020 (One team) ) on Saturday. Aakib Rahim (43 ‘), Kuldeep (47’) and Vishwa Thakur (49 ‘) scored a goal after the two teams theyre locked in a deadlock in the first half. Hassan M Basha (58 ‘) is the lone scorer for Tamil Nadu’s Hockey Unit.

In another closely held Pool B encounter, the Mumbai Hockey Association defeated the Central Secretariat 2-0. Dayanand Singh Chanamthabam (26 ‘) and Amit Goswami (46’) starred for the winning team while their defense kept tight to keep the central secretariat scoring goals.

The Pool C clash bettheyen Punjab & Sind Bank and Canara Bank has witnessed fierce competition with both teams playing on equal footing.

Although the final score was 3-2 in favor of Punjab & Sind Bank, Canara Bank opened the scoring with Pruthvi Raj (15 ‘) but the Punjab & Sind Bank quickly returned with two goals. via Prince (21 ‘) and Gaganpreet Singh (35’). While Nikkin Thimmaiah (38 ‘) experienced Canara Bank’s forward equalized, a defensive mistake by Canara Bank saw them acknowledge a goal from Mitchhdeep Singh (52’).

In another match at Pool C, Haryana Hockey defeated the Association of Indian Universities with a score of 1-0. Jonny Jasrotia (34 ‘) scored the only goal of the match while Air India drew with Hockey Odisha 1-1 in their Pool D match. Hockey Odisha’s Prasad Kujur (5 ‘) scored the first goal while Mohammed Raheel Mohseen (55’) scored the equalizer for Air India.

A tough Pool D match saw Hockey Karnataka beat the Gangpur-Odisha Hockey 1-0 with Deekshit SP (60 ‘) scoring in the last minute of the match.

Indian women’s hockey team lost 0-1 to New Zealand

The Indian women’s hockey team lost 0-1 to New Zealand in the third match of the tour being held in Chennai on Wednesday.

New Zealand from Hope Hope Ralph (37th) was the only scorer of the match. India previously registered a 4-0 win in their first match against the New Zealand development team but lost 1-2 in the following game.

India quickly escaped the block in attack mode, winning the PC in the second minute of playing but they missed the opportunity to convert it and put New Zealand in the back foot. In the following minutes, New Zealand created two PCs but India’s defense was solid rock to deny them a goal.

Today we tried a few things on the defensive side and that allowed New Zealand to enter our round and create opportunities but it is better to practice these variations right now in matches because this tour added more about our preparations for the Olympic Games and whether we could be better, head coach Sjoerd Marijne explained after the game.

In the second quarter, the Indian hockey strikers did a good job creating a PC but the home team denied India a goal through good defense.

Both teams were equal in the second quarter with tactical play that prevented each other from creating potential shots on goal.

Our game is improving every game and today is once again better than the previous game. At the moment, the results are not important but the process is and we are working on some new tactics that will help us in the long run, Marijne added.

After finishing the first half with a 0-0 deadlock, New Zealand started the third quarter with a positive note with Hope Ralph converting a goal in the 37th minute.

In the last quarter, although both teams traded PCs with New Zealand, they earned two PCs and India created one, but found no success at the end of the match with a score of 0-1 in favor of New Zealand.

India will host the United Kingdom on February 4.

The Indian women’s hockey team is optimistic about Tokyo 2020 qualification

The world’s No. 9 Indian women’s hockey team is currently working hard in training at Kalinga hockey stadium in front of their FIH Odisha hockey Olympic Qualifier where they face a tough test against No. 13 in the United States, and their experienced midfielder Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam believes the team is determined to put on the hard court and place their berths next year for Olympic games in Tokyo.

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Having missed two major tournaments last year due to a long-term injury, the midfielder returned to the side earlier this year, but said the journey back to the team was a difficult one. Unfortunately I had a long-term injury in 2018 and had to miss major tournaments like FIH Women Hockey Hockey World Cup London 2018, Asian Games 2018 and AHF Women Cup Champions Trophy.

The 26-year-old girl has 179 recognized International Hats, which has been a regular fixture in the Indian women’s hockey team since debuting with the 2009 Premium Team, and the captain of the Indian Team at the Rio Olympics.

Talking about her experience playing at the Olympics, Sushila likes to remember the moment when she led her team to the field. I had the honor of being named Captain of the Team in 2016, and it was a personal surreal experience.

I had always dreamed of playing for India at the Olympic Games and when they first got on the pitch in the first match against Japan, I got goosebumps. I just recovered from an ACL injury, and being captain in the biggest tournament was a proud and emotional moment for me.

Looking at the upcoming challenge of playing USA at home, Sushila said their opponents will pose a big threat but her team is ready. They have the best chance to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics as they are playing at home against America. They will have the support of the home audience, and although the United States is a strong unit, they fully believe in ourselves and in the way they play.

Uttar Pradesh won gold medal in Indian U21 hockey competitions (Part 1)

A very interesting and exciting final day of hockey competitions here at Khelo India Youth Games 2020 saw UP and Haryana win gold in the U21 Boys and U21 Girls competitions after winning. won in their last match at Maulana Md.Tayabullah Hockey Stadium.

In the U21 Boys category, Uttar Pradesh defeated Haryana 3-1 in a penalty shootout after the two previous teams had played with the specified time without goals. Meanwhile, the U21 Girls category saw Haryana beat Jharkhand 5-3 in a high ratio encounter, witnessing three times after equalization, only conceding twice in the last nine minutes.

The bronze medal in the men’s U21 category of Khelo India Games 2020 was won by Odisha, who defeated Chandigarh 3-1 in a penalty shootout after a normal time with a high score when they saw the two teams draw 5 -5. In the U21 Girls category, Maharashtra broke Mizoram’s heart when they won with a single goal.

The U21 men’s hockey final in Khelo India Games 2020 proved to be a tactical master from both coaches, who tried to avoid repeating the previous match at Pool B that Haryana won 3- 2. However, on the big day, both teams tried to cut down on the number of rounds penetration and were successful in doing so when the game ended with a score of 0-0.

The final match was decided in a penalty shootout, where Uttar Pradesh prevailed when Vishnu Kant Singh, Uttam Singh and Gopi Kumar Sonkar converted their chances, with their goalkeepers Pawan refusing Abhishek, Mohit and Pankaj Jr opponent to help his team win 3-1 win in penalty shootout, and gold medal.

Meanwhile, the U21 Girls Finals were the opposite, when both Haryana and Jharkhand were playing offensive hockey, scoring a total of 8 goals between them. Haryana himself prevailed with a 5-3 victory, but Jharkhand gave them a tough, balanced match three times in the match, before conceding a fourth and fifth goal.

The goals for Haryana in their gold medal victory were recorded by captain Gagandeep Kaur (24 ‘, 59’), Reetom Prakash (13 ‘), Mahima Choudhary (46’) and Usha (51 ‘), while Albela Rani Toppo (21 ‘, 33’) and Sangita Kumari (48 ‘) scored goals for Jharkhand.