Category: Match Post

Calcutta Hockey League – 17.03.2017

Kolkata, March 16: Food Corporation of India (EZ) and West Bengal Police played out a hard fought 3-3 draw in a 1st Division Group – A match of Calcutta Hockey League here on Friday. Neeraj Kumar, Akash Routh and Rakesh Barman were the goal scorers  for FCI (EZ) while Sandip Barua, Pramod Kumar Singh and Sukhen Barman found the back of the net for the Police team.

In another 1st Division Group – A match, Eastern Railway SA beat Howrah Union by one goal to nil. Abhishek Singh scored the lone goal of the match.

Vivid YHC thrashed Students AC 8-0 in a 2nd Division match of Calcutta Hockey League. In another, 2nd Division match Howrah DSA emerged triumphant over Real Sports FDS 6-0

Calcutta Hockey League is organised by Bengal Hockey Association. Calcutta Hockey League matches are being played at Mohun Bagan Ground and Bengal Hockey Association ground.

Final score:

1st Division Group AFood Corporation of India(EZ) – 3 draw West Bengal Police – 3

1st Division Group A – Eastern Railway SA – 1 beat Howrah Union – 0

2nd Division: Vivid YHC – 6 beat Students AC – 0

2nd Division: Howrah DSA – 6 beat Real Sports FDS – 0

Santosh Trophy – Goa, Bengal share spoils; Services edge Chandigarh on day 5

New Delhi, Mar 16: West Bengal were held to a goalless draw by Goa in a group-A match of the 71st Santosh Trophy football championship at the GMC stadium, Bambolim on Thursday.

In another group-A fixture at Vasco in the same group, defending champion Services beat Chandigarh 1-0 in a hard fought match. For Services, Francis Zountlunga scored the solitary-goal in the ninth minute.

After today’s matches, West Bengal has seven points from three matches while Goa has four points from two matches.

On Friday, Kerala takes on Punjab while Maharashtra plays Railways in Group B.

Team Played Win Draw Loss Points
West Bengal 3 2 1 0 7
Goa 2 1 1 0 4
Services 3 2 1 0 7
Chandigarh 3 2 1 0 7
West Bengal 3 2 1 0 7

Full Time:

West Bengal – 0 draw Goa – 0

Services – 1 (Francis Zountlunga 9) beat Chandigarh – 0

Calcutta Hockey League – 16.03.2017

Kolkata, March 16: Neeraj Kumar’s hat-trick helped Food Corporation of India (EZ) beat Adibasis Club 6-2 in 1st Division Group – A match of Calcutta Hockey League here on Thursday. Ronit Minz, Amit Prakash and Rakesh Barman too scored one goal apiece.

In another 1st Division Group – A match, Eastern Railway SA beat Port Trust Club by one goal to NIL. Aijub Ekka found the back of the net for ERSA.

Paikoara HTC and Khalsa Sporting Club played out a 1-1 draw in hard fought 2nd Division match of Calcutta Hockey League here on Thursday. For Paikpara HTC, Avalash Sharma found the back of the net while Amit Kumar Paswan scored for Khalsa Sporting Club.

Calcutta Hockey League is organised by Bengal Hockey Association. Calcutta Hockey League match are being played at Mohun Bagan Ground and Bengal Hockey Association ground.

Final score:

1st Division Group AFood Corporation of India(EZ) – 6 beat Adibasis Club – 2

1st Division Group A – Eastern Railway SA – 1 beat Port Trust Club – 0

2nd Division- Paikpara HTC – 1 draw Khalsa Sporting Club – 1

Santosh Trophy – Bengal – Goa share points; Services win on day 5

Goa, Mar 16: Bengal strengthen their position at the top of the table following their goalless stalemate against Goa in Group A clash of the 71st Santosh Trophy at the GMC Bambolim stadium here on Thursday.

Coming on the back of two consecutive wins against Chandigarh and Services, Bengal started strongly against Goa. Bengal dominated the game, but couldn’t get past the Goan defence. Francis Zountlunga scored the winner in the 8th minute from a penalty spot. Though Chandigarh tried their best to find the equalizer, eventually it eluded them to leave the pitch empty handed.

Following the result, Bengal are at the pole position with seven points from three matches while Goa have four points from two games.

In another group A match played earlier at Tilak Maidan in Vasco, defending champions Services opened their account with a 1-0 in over Chandigarh. After today’s match, Chandigarh has three points from same number of  games while Services has three points from two matches.

Full Time:

Match 9: Services – 1 (Francis Zountlunga 8’) beat Chandigarh – 0

Match 10: West Bengal – 0 draw Goa – 0

Santosh Trophy – Kerala beat Railways; while Punjab – Mizoram play draw on day 4

Goa, Mar 15: Jobby Justin’s brace helped Kerala beat Railways 4-2 in a group B match of the 71st Santosh Trophy clash at the GMC Bambolim stadium here on Wednesday.

Railways took the lead through Rajesh Soosanayakam in the 18th minute. However, Kerala equalised within 3 minutes with Jobby Justin scoring in the 21st minute. Kerala took the lead at the stroke of half time, this time Justin scoring in the added time.

In the second half, Kerala were gifted a third goal when Railways Deepak Kachhap scored an own goal in the 63rd minute. Kerala captain Usman made it 4-1 in the 72nd minute. Railways scored another goal through Soosanayakam in the 86th minute but it came a bit too late.

In the second match of the day at Tilak Maidan in Vasco, Punjab and Mizoram played out a goalless.

Full Time:

Match 7: Kerala – 4 (Jobby Justin 21, 45+1’, Deepak Kachhap OG 63’, Usman 72’) beat Railways – 2 (Rajesh Soosanayakam 18’, 86’)

Match 8: Punjab – 0 draw Mizoram – 0

Calcutta Hockey League – 15.03.2017

Kolkata, Mar 6: CC & FC crushed Calcutta Port Trust Club 5-0 in a one sided 1st Division Group – A match of Calcutta Hockey League here on Wednesday. Anil Minz, Vivek Patel, Sushi Minz, Satan Pal and Binoy Surin all found the back of the net on one occasion each. 

In a 1st Division Group – B match, Peter Kindo’s hat trick coupled with Abdul Haque Khan’s brace helped Presidency Muslim HS brush aside Bishalakshi SA by 6-0. Vipin Kerketta also chipped in with a goal.

In a 2nd Division match, Wari AC beat Baranagore SC 2-0. Avijit Karmakar and Moloy Raha found the target for Muslim Institute.

Calcutta Hockey League is being organised by Bengal Hockey Association. Calcutta Hockey League matches are being played at Mohun Bagan Ground and BHA Ground.

Final Score:

1st Division Group – A:  CC & FC – 5 beat Calcutta Port Trust Club – 0

1st Division Group – B: Presidency Muslim HS – 6 beat Bishalakshi SA – 0

2nd Division: Wari AC – 2 beat Baranagore SC – 1

Calcutta Hockey League – 14.03.2017

Kolkata, March 14: CESC Sports Club and Punjab Sports Club played out a 1-1 draw in a hard fought 1st Division Group A match of Calcutta Hockey League here on Tuesday. For CESC Sports Club, Roman found the back of the net while Gurveer Singh Cheela scored for Punjab Sports Club.

Due to unplayable ground conditions, match between Behala SA and Julien Day School was postponed.

Calcutta Hockey League is organised by Bengal Hockey Association. Calcutta Hockey League matches are being played at Mohun Bagan Ground and Bengal Hockey Association ground.

Final Score: CESC Sports Club – 1 draw Punjab Sports Club – 1

SCR wins 75th All India Inter Railway Men Hockey Championship

Guwahati, Mar 14: P.R. Aiyappa’s brace helped South Central Railway (SCR), Secunderabad beat defending champions Rail Coach Factory (RCF), Kapurthala 4-1 in the final of the 75th All India Inter Railway Men Hockey Championship here at Bhetapara Hockey Stadium on Tuesday.

Sheshe Gouda successfully converted a penalty corner in the 17th minute to put SCR ahead. In the 25th minute, P.R Aiyappa scored a fine field goal to double the lead. In the very next minute, P.R Aiyappa again found the back of the net to make it 3-0 in favour of the Secunderabad based outfit.

Gagandeep Singh’s penalty corner conversion in the 49th minute virtually sealed the match in SCR’s favour. RCF tried hard to stage a comeback, Deepak Sharma’s field goal in the 52nd minute raised some hopes in the RCF camp. But SCR’s defence managed to hold on, to deny RCF any other goal scoring opportunity.

Earlier in the day Western Railway beat Eastern Railway by 2-1 to finish third.

The knock-out stage of the tournament is being organized by Northeast Frontier Railway Sports Association, Guwahati under the banner of Railway Sports Promotional Board (RSPB), New Delhi.

The league stage of the same tournament had been organised at Kapurthala (for Group A and B) and Secunderabad (for Group C and D) earlier this month.

Full Time: South Central Railway – 4 (Sheshe Gouda 17′, P.R. Aiyappa 25′, 26’, Gagandeep Singh 49’) beat Rail Coach Factory – 1 (Deepak Sharma 52′)

Western Railway finish third at Inter Railway Hockey

Guwahati, Mar 14: Goals from Rajin Kandulna and Jay Karan helped Western Railway beat Eastern Railway 2-1 in a keenly fought bronze medal match of the 75th All India Inter Railway Men Hockey Championship here at Bhetapara Hockey Stadium on Tuesday.

Rajin Kandulna’s field goal in the 9th minute gave an early lead to the Western Railway. In the 29th minute, Jay Karan scored a fine field goal to double the lead. For Eastern Railway, Alsam Lakra found the back of the net in the 52nd minute. However, the Mumbai based Railway outfit managed to hold onto its one goal lead over the team from Kolkata, to ensure a podium finish.

The final of the above championship will be played between Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala and South Central Railway, Secunderabad later in the day.

The knock-outstage of the tournament is being organized by Northeast Frontier Railway Sports Association, Guwahati under the banner of Railway Sports Promotional Board (RSPB), New Delhi.

Full Time: Western Railway – 2 (Rajin Kandulna 9′, Jay Karan 29′) beat Eastern Railway – 1 (Alsam Lakra 52′)

Santosh Trophy – Mizoram and Punjab emerge victorious on day 2

Goa, Mar 13: 2014 champions Mizoram started their campaign with a 3 – 1 win over Maharashtra in a group B match played at the GMC Bambolim Stadium.

V. Lalmalwsma Vanchhawng’s 8th minute goal gave Mizoram early lead. In the 12th minute Under-21 player Rahul Das’ goal helped Maharashtra draw parity. Lalfakzuala’s goal in the 44th minute ensured that the north-eastern side went into half time leading 2-1. In the 51st minute, F Lalrinpuia scored the third goal for Mizoram.

In the second match of the day played at Rosary Ground in Navelim, Punjab defeated Railways 2-1. Under-21 player Manvir Singh’s 16th minute goal ensured that Punjab went into the break leading 1-0. In the second half Railways tried to draw parity and their efforts bore fruit aswell when in the Rajesh Soosanayakam scored in the 59th minute. However, Railways’ joy was short lived as Rajbir Singh’s goal put Punjab back in lead.

Final Score:

Match 3: Mizoram – 3 (V. Lalmalwsma Vanchhawng 8’, Lalfakzuala 44’, F Lalrinpuia 51’) beat Maharashtra– 1 (Rahul Das 12’)

Match 4: Punjab – 2 (Manvir Singh 16’, Rajbir Singh 60’) beat Railways 2-1 (Rajesh Soosanayakam 59’)