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Ravi Rathore's heroics in vain

NEW DELHI: Five goals by Ravi Rathore proved inadequate as Jindal Steel and Power recorded a 9 goals to 8 1/2 victory over Cavalry-UPSA in the last league match of the Cim Bhopal Pataudi Cup 8-goal polo tournament at the Army Equestrian Centre, Delhi Cantonment, on Thursday.

Vishal Chauhan scored the other two goals for Cavalry-UPSA which had started with a 1 1/2 goal handicap advantage.

Ransher Singh (4), Vishal Singh (2), Simran Shergill (2) and Naveen Tanwar were the marksmen for Jindal Steel and Power which will meet Cavalry-Rissala in the semifinals on Saturday.

Stanley Sona beat Jaipur Polo Club (JPC) 5 goals to 3 1/2, thanks to four goals by Manupal Godara. Siddhant Sharma scored the other goal for the winner. Angad Kalaan (2) and Varun Sharma were the marksmen for JPC that had started with a half-goal handicap advantage.

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