Hockey B Div matches: ASC Boys beat Adhiyamaan Engg College

Twelve matches will be played in the second phase of the 'B' Division Hockey Tournament organised by KSHA

 The second phase of’B’ Division Hockey tournament being held by Karnataka State Hockey Association (KSHA) began yesterday, 18th August and will go on till 23rd August after which the thrid phase will begin. Twelve teams, split into four pools will play in the second phase.Thegames are being played at the hockey stadium in Shanthinagar.

Pool Table

Pool A – DYSS ‘B’, HMT, Primrose H.C

Pool B – Vidyaranyapura H.C, S.B.M.Jain College, Hassan H.C 

POOL C -RDT H.A, ASC Boys, Adhyamaan Engg College

POOL D – Govt Sports School, Kudige, SAI ‘C’, Ideal S.C ‘A’ KGF

Match result on 18th August

1st Match: ASC Boys Beat Adhiyamaan Engg College by 5-1
2nd Match: DYSS ‘B’ Beat Primrose H.C by 4-2

This information was provided to Citizen Matters by K Krishnamurthy of KSHA.

 

 

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