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Andhra, Manipur, HP, Kerala, Uttarakhand & Madhya Bharat win their pool matches

Sikar (Rajasthan), May 20 (UNI) Action in 9th Hockey India Sub-Junior Women National Championship 2019 (B Division) continued on Monday into its sixth day which saw Andhra Hockey Association, Manipur, Himachal, Kerala, Uttarakhand and Hockey Madhya Bharat register victories in their respective Pool matches.
In Pool A, Andhra Hockey Association defeated Chhattisgarh 3-1. Goals for Andhra Hockey Association were scored by Revathi T (5'), Susmitha M (44') and Sandhya J (52'), while Chhattisgarh only goal came in the 50th minute through Sonam Sahu.
The other Pool A match saw Manipur register a 2-0 win over Bengal Hockey Association. Goals for Manipur were scored by Tanu Shorensangbam (33') and Ayingbi Chanu Takhellmbam (60').
In Pool B, Himachal secured a 2-0 victory over Maharashtra as Priya (14') and Radha (52') registered their names on the score-sheet.
Pool B's other match saw Kerala secure a 2-0 win over Goans Hockey. Shifna T (24') and Abhitha AS (42') scored the goals for Kerala Hockey in their victory.
Pool C saw Uttarakhand defeat Sports Authority of Gujarat - Hockey Academy 3-0 as goals were scored by Chandni Katariya (42'), Prachi (44'), and Megha Bhatt (45').
The other Pool C match saw Hockey Madhya Bharat produce a stunning display as they scored five goals past Vidarbha Hockey Association. Goals for Hockey Madhya Bharat were scored by Shileima Chanu Khaidem (17', 25', 37', 48') and Captain Hema Rajak (14').
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