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Jamshedpur Naval Tata Hockey Academy thrashes Berar Academy 12-0 to extend winning streak

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2nd Hockey India Junior Men Academy National Championship

Jamshedpur, April 25: Hosts Naval Tata Hockey Academy (NTHA) maintained their winning streak as they thrashed Berar Hockey Academy, Vidarbha (Amravati) in a dominant 12-0 win in the 2nd Hockey India Junior Men Academy National Championship 2022 at the Naval Tata Hockey Academy ground in Telco on Monday, April 23.

Jamshedpur based side made a quick start and dominated the proceedings. Md Danish through a penalty corner opened the scoring in the 12th minute of the game. Sukhnath Guria netted the second goal for NTHA in the 15th minute.  Deepak Soreng and Shivam Singh were the top scorer for the hosts netting three goals each. 

NTHA scored two goals in the first quarter, two in the second followed by four goals each in the third and fourth quarter of the Pool H match.

Sixth day of the national championship saw six matches played between 12 teams.

The first match played on Monday saw Raja Karan Hockey Academy beat Tamil Nadu Hockey Academy 12-0.

The second match on the sixth day resulted in a score of 3-2 in favour of Smart Hockey Academy against Republican Sports Club.

The third match of the day played between SAI Academy and Army Boys Sports Company. Army Boys Sports Company defeated SAI Academy by 4-1.

Malwa Hockey Academy beat Hubli Hockey Academy 7-4.

The sixth and final match of the sixth day played between Bhai Behlo Hockey Academy and Berar Hockey Academy saw the former losing the game 2-3.

The championship is being held in association with Hockey India at the Naval Tata Hockey Academy (NTHA), Jamshedpur.

The championship will continue till May 1, 2022. Thirty one teams comprising 550+ players and officials from Hockey India are participating.

Over 100 coaches and training staff, including renowned Olympians like Sameer Daad, Olympian and Arjuna Awardee from Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy, and Rajender Singh from Round Glass Punjab Hockey Academy are also part of the national championship.

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