Surjit hockey: Indian Oil outplay Indian Navy

CRPF Delhi beat CAG by 4-2, stay afloat

Surjit hockey: Indian Oil outplay Indian Navy

Players of CRPF Delhi and CAG in action during a match in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Malkiat Singh

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 26

Indian Oil Mumbai edged out Indian Navy Mumbai 5-2 to earn three points in the Surjit Hockey Tournament at Jalandhar Cantt’s Katoch AstroTurf Hockey stadium here this evening. In the second match, CRPF Delhi beat CAG Delhi 4-2 to earn three points.

In Pool A, the Indian Oil team faced tough fight from Indian Navy in the first quarter. In the 23rd minute of the game, Armaan Qureshi scored for Indian Oil (1-0). In 36th minute Indian Navy’s Jugraj Singh netted the ball for equalizer (1-1). In 38th minute, Talwinder Singh scored for Indian Oil (2-1). In 40th minute Jugraj Singh equalised for Indian Navy (2-2). After that Indian Oil scored three goals in a row. Sumit Kumar scored in 48th and 49th minutes and Raghunath VR completed the tally (5-2) in 56th minute.

Second match played in Pool D between CAG Delhi and CRPF Delhi. In the 20th minute of play, CRPF took lead when their Kuldeep Ekka (Captain) scored field goal (1-0). In the 24th minute CRPF consolidated with penalty stroke conversion by Shamher (2-0). In 32nd minute of play CRPF’s Bikash Kujur scored field goal (3-0). In 55th minute, CAG was able to reduce the margin when their Mohammad Naeemuddin scored a field goal (1-3). In the 59th minute, CAG’s Nitin Thimah scored another field goal (2-3). In the 60th minute of play, CRPF’s Lovejeet Singh completed the tally (4-2). In their first match, CRPF lost to Indian Railways 2-4. CRPF earned three point after two league matches.

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