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Premier Div Hockey

Ajax, Police post wins

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Sports Reporter :
Ajax Sporting Club and Bangladesh Police Hockey posted wins in their respective matches of the Green Delta Insurance Premier Division Hockey League on Sunday.
In the day's first match, Ajax Sporting Club defeated Victoria Sporting Club by 6-3 goals at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium.
Luxmindor Singh of Ajax Sporting Club scored two goals and his teammates Hansraj, Gurprit Singh, Harmandip Singh, Bappi Kumar Ghosh successfully struck one time each on the board.
On the other hand, Rakib of Victoria Sporting Club scored two goals and his teammate Shahibaz Sheikh netted one goal.
In the day's other match, Bangladesh Police Hockey Club beat Azad Sporting Club by 4-2 goals at the same venue.
Jamil Bin Talib, Rashedul Islam, Rana Das, Mahfuzur Rahman of Bangladesh Police Hockey Club scored one goal each.
On the other hand,  Dabashish Roy, Parvez Hossain netted one goal each for the losers.
Today's matches:
Wari Club vs Sadharan Bima (2.00 pm),
Dhaka Wanderers Club vs Sonali bank Limited (4.00 pm).
Venue: Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium.

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