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Nehru Junior U-17 Boys Hockey: Unaco School, Young Pioneer's, Thaimei GE School record huge wins

As for the Sub-Junior Boys (U-15) matches, Maha Union Government Higher Secondary School, Chandel beat Rk Sanatombi Vidyalaya, Jiribam by 6-0 goals .

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 21 Jul 2022, 7:02 pm

(PHOTO: IFP)
(PHOTO: IFP)

Unaco School, Imphal West thrashed Eklavya Model Residential School, Kangpokpi by 13-0 goals in the 50th Nehru Junior (U-17 Years) Boys State Level Hockey Tournament 2022 organised by Youth Affairs and Sports, Manipur at Hockey Stadium, Khuman Lampak.

Unaco School controlled the turf right from the start, pushing home five goals in the first quarter, one goal in second quarter, two more goals in third quarter and five more goals in the fourth quarters.

S Borish scored four goals while K Bikram, Suresh A and N Suraj fetched two goals each, K Johnson, S Chalamba and S Sanson chipped in with a goal each for the victory.

In the other matches, Young Pioneer's School, Imphal East beat Brilliant Academy Melaground, Thoubal by 6-0 goals. M Manimatam and S Alish Singh scored two goals each while K Suraj and L Roshan fetched one goal each.

Thaimei Guiganpou English School, Bishnupur blaned Eklavya Model Residential School, Kangpokpi by 10-0 goals.

As for the Sub-Junior Boys (U-15) matches, Maha Union Government Higher Secondary School, Chandel beat Rk Sanatombi Vidyalaya, Jiribam by 6-0 goals while Young Pioneer's School, Imphal East got the better of Lao Radiant Higher Secondary School, Senapati by 2-0 goals and Unaco School, Imphal West trounced Eklavya Model Residential School, Kangpokpi by 15-0 goals.

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First published:21 Jul 2022, 7:02 pm

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Hockey Tournament 2022Mnaipur hockeyNehru Junior U-17 Boys Hockey

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