~ HAR Hockey Academy beat Gumanhera Riser's Academy 11-0 ~
~ Sports Authority of India 'A' best Smart Hockey Academy Raipur 11-0~
~Pritam Hockey Academy beat Salute Hockey Academy 8-0~
~ Sports Authority of Gujarat beat Bhai Bhelo Hockey Academy Bhagta 6-0 ~
Lucknow, 6th December 2022: The second day of Khelo India Women's Hockey League 2022 (U-16) Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (Final Phase) saw HAR Hockey Academy, Sports Authority of India ‘A’, Pritam Hockey Academy, Sports Authority of Gujarat, Citizen Hockey XI and Sports Authority of India ‘B’ registered victories in their respective games.
In Pool A, HAR Hockey Academy secured a comprehensive 11-0 victory against Gumanhera Riser's Academy in the first encounter of the day. Preeti (6’, 7’, 9’, 36’, 44’) led the offence with five goals. Seema (12’, 15’) netted twice while Diksha (25’), Sania (33’), Aditi (41’) and Anjali (52’) all scored a goal each.
Sports Authority of India 'A' replicated the first match scoreline, with Kajal (6', 9', 15', 42') scoring four goals and Tanuja (21'), Sonali Ekka (25', 34'), Binati (47', 50'), and Karuna (60') scoring to complete an 11-goal victory over Smart Hockey Academy Raipur.
Pritam Hockey Academy defeated Salute Hockey Academy by an 8-0 score in Pool B. Nidhi (18', 20'), Priyanka (39', 53') and Manjinder (30', 51') smashed a brace while Tamanna (35'), Riya (37') scored one goal each.
The second match in Pool B saw Sports Authority of Gujarat beat Bhai Bhelo Hockey Academy Bhagta by a 6-0 scoreline. The goal scorers were Bariya Ami Dhanshayanbhai (1’, 53’), Taral Parvati (15’), Gamar Parvati (43’) and Kodarvi Twinkle (48’, 57’).
The Pool A clash between Citizen Hockey XI and Anantapur Hockey Academy was forfeited in favour of Citizen Hockey XI.
Similarly, the Pool B clash between Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy and Sports Authority of India ‘B’ was forfeited in favour of Sports Authority of India ‘B’.
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