Oct 6, 4 years ago

Navy dominates Hockey

Navy dominates Hockey

Navy ‘A’ beat their ‘B’ team by two goals to nil to take the club title at the 20th People’s Bank Super Sevens Hockey tournament organised by Seetha Devi College and played at the Bogambara Stadium.

Not wanting to be left behind, the Navy girls ‘A’ team beat Seetha Devi by a big 4-0 margin.

However, it was the Boys and Girls from Matale who took pride of place in the schools segment. The cup final was a home and home affair with two Matale teams clashing. Christ Church emerged victorious beating last year’s champions Vijaya. Sanghamitta BMV, Matale maintained the dominance by edging out Seetha Devi in the Girls Final.

Results

Shield – St. Benedict’s bt. Zahira, Matale 3-2 Hemamali BMV bt St. Joseph’s Convent, Kegalle 1-0.

Bowl – Kingswood bt. Christ Church Matale 3-0 (full time 0-0)

Plate – St. Sylvester’s bt St. Thomas, Matale 1-0 Vihara Maha Devi, Badulla bt. St. Anthony’s Convent Kandy 1-0.

Cup – Christ Church bt Vijaya 1-0 Sanghamitta Matale bt Seetha Devi 1-0.

Club – Navy ‘A’ bt. Navy ‘B’ 2-0.

Navy ‘A’ bt. Seetha Devi Sports Club 4-0

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