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MSSA hockey: St Stanislaus score two goals in win over St Dominic Savio

Bandra boys beat Andheri school 2-0 to enter MSSA U-10 hockey final

St Stanislaus (Bandra) stormed into the final of the MSSA Oliver Andrade Trophy U-10 hockey tournament by beating St Dominic Savio 2-0 in the semi-finals yesterday.

St Stanislaus' Keon Barnes (left) and Zeal Michael (right) try to breach the defence of Dominic Savio goalkeeper Umeet Singh (centre) during their MSSA boys U-10 inter-school hockey semi-final at St Stanislaus Ground, Bandra yesterday. Pic/Suresh Karkera
St Stanislaus' Keon Barnes (left) and Zeal Michael (right) try to breach the defence of Dominic Savio goalkeeper Umeet Singh (centre) during their MSSA boys U-10 inter-school hockey semi-final at St Stanislaus Ground, Bandra yesterday. Pic/Suresh Karkera

The Stanislaus boys seized the early initiative as Keon Barnes scored in the second minute. Six minutes later, Stanislaus scored again.

Keon sent in a cross from the right to Zeal Michael, who tapped home for 2-0.

The Bandra boys meet arch-rivals Don Bosco 'A' (Matunga) in the final today.

The Matunga boys rallied from a goal down to beat Don Bosco (Borivli) 3-1 in the other semi-final yesterday.

Vighnesh Shetty, Andron Christopher and Zash Ferro scored a goal each for the Matunga side after Shivam Malwankar gave the Borivli school the lead in the first half.

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