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TN, Haryana enter last four

Bhopal: Tamil Nadu and Haryana entered the semifinals of the 63rd Rangaswami Cup senior National men's hockey championship here.

Tamil Nadu defeated Delhi 3-1, while Haryana trounced SAIL 3-0 on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu will take on Haryana, while Mumbai will clash with Chandigarh in the semifinals on Friday.

For Tamil Nadu, B. Laxman scored a field goal in the 27th minute to give his team a 1-0 lead, but Amit Lochan of Delhi equalised through a penalty corner in the 40th.

Tamil Nadu scored two more goals through A. Arun and V. Vinod in the 47th and 55th minutes off penalty corners.

Haryana dominated the game right from the beginning and struck two goals in the first half. Kulbhushan Vashisht scored the first in the 16th minute through a penalty corner and Munish Rana found the target in the 29th. Somvir scored in the 63rd minute to make it 3-0. — PTI

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