Punjab defeated Tripura 30-0 in the Pool G match on Sunday . Mizoram thrashed Telangana 23-0 in the last match of the day .
Punjab defeated Tripura 30-0 in the Pool G match on Sunday and Mizoram thrashed Telangana 23-0 in the last match of the day at Khuman Lampak Hockey Stadium in Imphal on Sunday, with a flood of goals on the fourth day of the Hockey India Sub-junior Womens National Championship.Punjab captain Sukhveer Kaur scored a dozen goals in the early morning as Tripura was reduced to mere spectators for the sixty minutes.Sukhveer opened the scoring in the second minute and continued until the very last minute of the game, which was also scored by the captain.Punjab put in nine goals in the first quarter of the game.Punjab, on the other hand, put the best forward for the last time in the end of the season by scoring ten points.Except for Sukhveer, there were nine players on the score sheet.Ravneet Kaur was the match's second top scorer, scoring five goals, while Sukhmeet Kamboj added to the hat-trick.Harleen Kaur, Gurjeet Kaur, and Kiranpreet Kaur scored two each. Punjab is now in the quarterfinals after winning their second match of the tournament in as many matches.Mizorams Lalpeksangi scored four goals in the final game of the day, while Telangana lost their second match of the tournament due to skipper Lalrinpuii, F Lalbiaksiami, and Mang Lawmsang each scored a hat-trick.Mizoram won two matches in Pool H, with Lalneihpuii, Laldinpuii, Vanlalrinhlui, and Ruthi Lallawmzuali scoring each a brace, and Chandigarh won a 7-0 win over Arunachal in Pool F. In the other matches of the day, Karnataka defeated Bihar 2-1 and Sowmya Hv (40) and Rakshitha J Bihar's Kajal Kachhap (56) did pull one back towards the end, but they couldn't inspire an uproar.In the match between Chandigarh and Arunachal, F Supriya scored a hat-trick, while Tamanna and captain Kamaldeep Kaur each scored a brace, allowing Chandigarh to win the game. Matches on Sunday include: Haryana vs. Jammu & Kashmir (Pool A), Uttar Pradesh vs. Gujarat (Pool C), Odisha vs. Uttarakhand (Pool D), Delhi vs. Assam (Pool E), and Jharkhand vs. Kerala (Pool B).