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Jhansi: Hockey Jharkhand, Delhi Hockey, Hockey Karnataka, Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh Hockey and Kerala Hockey registered victories in their respective matches on the fifth day of the 11th Hockey India Senior Women National Championship 2021 here in Jhansi today.

In the first match of the day, Hockey Jharkhand eased past Hockey Andaman & Nicobar with a 28-0 victory in their Pool F match. Reshma Soreng (12′, 13′, 20′, 28′, 40′, 42′, 45′) scored seven goals, while Pramila Soreng (7′, 19′, 40′, 49′, 60′) and Albela Rani Toppo (16′, 26′, 31′, 32′, 55′) netted five goals each. Betan Dung Dung (15′, 23′, 38′) and Simta Minz (21′, 33′, 53′) scored a hat-trick each, while Roshni Dungdung (6′, 46′) and Captain Subhasi Hemrom (44′, 50′) scored a brace each. Shammy Bara (56′) netted one goal for Hockey Jharkhand.

In Pool F, Delhi Hockey earned a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Hockey Rajasthan. Babita (10′) and Manisha (37′) scored one goal each for Delhi Hockey, while Captain Beena Pandey (44′) scored the only goal for Hockey Rajasthan.

Hockey Karnataka defeated Tripura Hockey 11-0 in their Pool G match. Pavithra PA (18′, 27′, 47′) scored a hat-trick, while Shaina Thangamma MP (7′, 26′) and Anjali HR (50′, 53′) scored a brace each. Yashika MG (38′), Dhanya MG (48′), Vidya KS (50′) and Captain Nisha PC (56′) scored one goal each.

In the other Pool G match, Hockey Unit of Tamil Nadu defeated Telangana Hockey 8-0. Captain Rubasri N (26′, 55′) scored a brace, while Kavya R (7′), Suguna R (16′), Kamaleshwari A (22′), Nivetha (27′), Malarvizhi S (29′) and Jayapratha S (59′) scored a goal each.

In Pool H, Uttar Pradesh Hockey defeated Hockey Jammu & Kashmir 12-0. Komal Sahani (40′, 55′, 57′) scored a hat-trick, while Nilanjali Rai (7′, 41′), Sonal Tiwari (20′, 28′), Anshika Singh (42′, 53′) and Reetu Singh (44′, 54′) scored a brace each. Shreya Singh (49′) scored one goal for Uttar Pradesh Hockey.

In the final match of the day, Kerala Hockey defeated Assam Hockey 5-1 in their Pool H match. Arya KM (19′), Aiswarya KV (24′), Sibya S (30′), Captain Athira Prasad Shylaja (43′) and Ashmi M (58′) scored one goal each for Kerala Hockey, while Captain Elina Tigga (20′) scored the only goal for Assam Hockey.


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Clippers continue to clamp down on Damian Lillard, rout Trail Blazers for first win

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When Chauncey Billups was poached from the Clippers’ staff last summer to coach in Portland, he inherited no small number of issues, from an unhappy superstar to last season’s second-worst defense.

His first months on the job delivered progress. The star, Damian Lillard, has since said he isn’t leaving the only franchise he has played for. And early returns suggest the defense is a work in progress. Instead on Monday, in his third game as a coach, a different problem altogether awaited Billups — one he’d had a hand in creating.

Last season, he and assistant Roy Rogers were on a Clippers staff whose defensive strategy to trap Lillard relentlessly helped hold a player voted one of the NBA’s best 75 of all time to 17% shooting, including only 7% on three-pointers, in two games — five made baskets in total. It was Lillard’s lowest offensive rating against any opponent last season.

And here began the “chess match,” as Billups called it before tipoff against the Clippers at Staples Center.

It wasn’t only that he was trying to free Lillard by poking holes in a Clippers defense he knew so well. He was attempting to outscheme a best friend who knew Billups’ likes, dislikes and potential counters like no one else — because he’d helped build Billups’ coaching foundation. During the early days of the pandemic, Clippers coach Tyronn Lue spent six weeks at Billups’ Colorado home to give the fellow former point guard a crash course in coaching.

Monday was their first matchup as coaches. Lue acknowledged it had been “different” preparing for a coach who knew the inside of his mind like Billups, likening it to his first game coaching against his own mentor and friend, Doc Rivers.

“I kinda know how he sees the game,” Billups said before tipoff. The Clippers last season “did a very good job on Dame. So obviously I know that, obviously I’ve watched that and you try to find a way to combat that. We’ll see what happens.”

What happened was another problem for Billups to fix, another brutal offensive outing for Lillard, and a win that is the Clippers’ first this season, a 116-86 rout so thorough that reserves played nearly all the fourth quarter.

On a night when the Clippers did not look entirely on the same page early, with nine turnovers and Paul George and Ivica Zubac at times conferring on where each needed to be — and while starting forward Marcus Morris Sr. watched from the sideline because of a bothersome left knee — they made Portland look far worse.

The Clippers’ 21 steals were their most since 1991. Lue credited Nicolas Batum, who started in place of Morris, with creating havoc early. George’s eight steals were a career high.

Their 37 assists were their most since 2015, and “we should have had 50,” Lue said, bemoaning more missed shots after 47% shooting, including just 32% from deep.

Clippers guard Reggie Jackson scores past Portland Trail Blazers guard Anfernee Simons and center Cody Zeller.

Clippers guard Reggie Jackson, top center, scores past Portland Trail Blazers guard Anfernee Simons (1) and center Cody Zeller (40) during the first half Monday at Staples Center. (Marcio Jose Sanchez / Associated Press)

And Portland’s 30 turnovers were the most by a Clippers foe since 1996. It looked less like chess than a lopsided game of checkers.

Guard Luke Kennard scored a team-high 23 points off the bench, making six of seven threes. George’s 16 points came on 16 shots and Reggie Jackson’s 18 points required 20 shots.

“Still not shooting the ball as good as we’re capable of doing, but if our defense is playing like this, like we played tonight, we’re going to be able to get shots and catch up,” Lue said.

Lillard made four of 15 shots but missed all eight three-pointers and finished with 12 points. He had as many turnovers (four) as free throws. A baseline jumper was blocked by Justise Winslow. A dump-off pass was intercepted on the second half’s first play. The more troubling issue for Portland was that it could not be explained as a one-off night of trouble against an opponent that now has a track record of making the incandescent star look shaky — not when Lillard has made just two of 24 three-pointers and 18 of 50 shots overall through three games for Portland (1-2).

“We just try to blitz him and keep the ball out of his hands as much as possible,” Lue said. “He get can hot at any time. We know that; the whole world knows that.”

But it was not even the Clippers’ defense against Lillard that pushed their lead to 14 after one quarter and created a blowout that left Staples Center half empty in the final minutes. The Clippers unrolled a 16-1 run and held Portland without a field goal for nearly five minutes to end the first quarter, with Lillard largely on the bench. It was a preview of what was to come.

It was not a surprise that first-quarter run came with a Clippers lineup featuring reserves center Isaiah Hartenstein and guards Terance Mann and Kennard. The trio had outscored opponents by 13 points in 14 minutes together through two games. They remain this team’s spark plugs, bringing the rest of the unit to life. Lue noted their conditioning is ahead of his starters, helping the reserves play together and “know who they are” so early into this season.

“They’re a younger crew so they were playing with a purpose,” Lue said.

Billups spent much of the second half sitting as his team fell behind by as many as 35. Lue will quickly see what kind of response his friend can get out of his new team. The Clippers see Portland again Friday.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.


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Portland Timbers tumbling, Red Bulls rising as playoff picture takes shape

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With just a couple of weeks to go until Decision Day, Major League Soccer’s stars and top teams are battling for playoff positioning and, in the case of LAFC, simply hoping to sneak into the playoffs at all. While the New England Revolution have the Eastern Conference well and truly wrapped up — as well as the Supporters’ Shield given to the best team in the regular season — and the Seattle Sounders have the Western Conference in their sights, there’s still all to play for up and down the table.

Find out who else rose and fell in this week’s standings, and where your team sits in our Week 31 Power Rankings.


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Previous ranking: 1

Next MLS match: Oct. 20 at D.C. United, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

To the winners go the spoils. In New England’s case, that means being able to rest players after claiming the Supporters’ Shield. It didn’t turn out too badly either as Adam Buksa’s two goals helped the Revs rally for a 2-2 draw with Orlando. New England needs three points from its last two games to break LAFC’s single-season points record. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 3

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. LA Galaxy. 8:30 p.m. ET, FS1

With Sporting Kansas City and Seattle tied, 1-1, SKC goalkeeper Tim Melia’s “Rock Bottom” takedown of Cristian Roldan somehow only earned him a yellow card. With SKC still at full strength, Johnny Russell scored a 79th-minute winner. The team now trails the first-place Sounders by just three points with a game in hand. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 2

Next MLS match: Oct. 26 at LAFC, 10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

Seattle missed an opportunity to create some separation atop the Western Conference in a 2-1 loss at home to second-place Sporting Kansas City, which is three points back with a game in hand. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 4

Next MLS match: Oct. 30 at New York Red Bulls, 7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN+

The Union has been stalking Nashville over these past few weeks, and Philadelphia finally passed NSC with a 1-0 win that vaulted them into second place in the East. Philadelphia’s defense — tied for fourth-best in the league — and the goalscoring of Kacper Przybylko continue to carry this team. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 8

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at New England, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Dominique Badji and Diego Rubio both scored as the Rapids clinched their playoff spot in a 2-0 win against Portland. This will mark the first time Colorado has qualified for the playoffs in back-to-back seasons since 2010-2011, and the Rapids are a real threat to win the whole thing. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 9

Next MLS match: Oct. 23 at Columbus Crew, 6:00 p.m. ET; ESPN+

The Red Bulls are back in the playoff places thanks to its 2-1 road win against Columbus. Sean Nealis was the unlikely hero, netting the game-winner, but it’s just reward for a string of solid performances that have helped the Red Bulls overcome the loss of Aaron Long. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking:7

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. Inter Miami, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Atlanta is likely still fuming over the midweek draw with NYCFC, given that it coughed up a late equalizer. The result did keep it in the hunt for the playoffs, though results over the weekend meant the Five Stripes fell to seventh in the East with a game in hand on most of its postseason rivals. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 10

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. Minnesota, 10 p.m. ET, ESPN+

A 1-1 draw with San Jose leaves the Whitecaps right on the playoff edge. They’re ahead of Real Salt Lake by two points in the final playoff spot, but RSL has a game in hand to help close the gap. After Wednesday’s game against Minnesota, Vancouver closes the season at LAFC and home against Seattle. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 6

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at FC Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

The 1-0 road defeat to the Union probably didn’t do much to change NSC’s playoff fate, but a winless streak that’s now reached six games could end up costing Nashville a home date to start the playoffs. One more win should settle things, and hopefully midfield linchpin Dax McCarty recovers from the injury that sidelined him on Saturday. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 11

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at Vancouver, 10 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Osvaldo Alonso’s equalizing goal in the 65th minute helped Minnesota pick up a point against LAFC, which kept the Loons a point ahead of Vancouver in sixth place. A win at Vancouver on Wednesday would be a massive result in Minnesota’s playoff push. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 12

Next MLS match: Oct. 20 vs. CF Montreal, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Oh, Orlando. The Lions looked set to benefit from New England resting some players — at the start, at least — only to squander a 2-0 lead and hang on for a 2-2 draw. The result probably won’t hurt Orlando too much, but it could have cemented the team’s chances of a home playoff game. Now that is still in doubt. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 5

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. San Jose, 10 p.m. ET, ESPN+

A 2-0 loss to Colorado makes it three straight losses for the Timbers, which lead the pack of teams looking to lock up playoff spots. As things sit, Portland would host a first-round game, but it has just a two-point cushion over seventh-place Vancouver and still has work to do to ensure it will be in the postseason. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 13

Next MLS match: Oct. 20 at Orlando City, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+, TVA Sports

In terms of late goals conceded, Montreal suffered a gut-punch against Toronto, as Jozy Altidore scored on a 95th-minute free kick that should have been saved. Now Wilfried Nancy’s side is outside the playoff places, level on points with Atlanta and the Red Bulls, but having played one game more. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 16

Next MLS match: Oct. 26 vs. Seattle, 10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

LAFC conceded a crucial 65th-minute goal against Minnesota United that leveled the score, 1-1, and cost the Black and Gold two points. With just three matches remaining, LAFC sits three points behind seventh-place Vancouver for the final playoff spot and a point behind Real Salt Lake, which has a game in hand. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 18

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at Sporting Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. ET, FS1

Second half goals from Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Sebastian Lletget pulled the Galaxy out of a 2-0 hole to pick up a key point at home. The draw leaves LA, uncomfortably, in fifth place with Sporting Kansas City, Seattle and Minnesota left on the regular-season schedule. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 19

Next MLS match: Oct. 23 vs. Chicago Fire, 7:30 pm ET; ESPN+

NYCFC snapped its six-game winless streak in emphatic style with a 6-0 blowout of D.C. United, proving once again it loves the home cooking of Yankee Stadium, where it is 5-1-1 this season. Following up a midweek draw with Atlanta, the Blues vaulted up to fifth in the East, and a favorable run-in should see NYCFC reach the postseason. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 14

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. New York Red Bulls, 7:30 p.m., ESPN+

The Black-and-Red deserved every bit of the 6-0 hammering it received at the hands of NYCFC. Nobody played well, with several basic errors leading to goals. Now, D.C. need a win against an in-form Red Bulls side in order to get back among the playoff places. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 15

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at FC Dallas, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN+

A 1-0 loss to hapless Chicago leaves RSL two points out of the final playoff spot, but it has a game in hand over the four teams ahead of it in the Western Conference standings. After travelling to Dallas on Wednesday, RSL has San Jose, Portland and SKC ahead to finish the regular season. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 17

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. Orlando City, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

With manager Caleb Porter sidelined due to COVID-19, Columbus thought it had done the hard part in midweek with a 1-1 road draw against Nashville, only to succumb at home to the Red Bulls thanks to some soft marking in the box. Now five points out of the playoff places with three games to play, the reigning MLS Cup champs need a miracle to make the postseason and defend their crown. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 16

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at Portland, 10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

The Quakes got a brilliant goal from Benji Kikanovic in a 1-1 draw with Vancouver, but they no longer have a realistic hope of qualifying for the playoffs. Another up-and-down season for San Jose will again end in disappointment. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 23

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at Atlanta United, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Miami enjoyed a week where it beat up on the bottom of the Eastern Conference, defeating Toronto 3-0 and Cincinnati 5-1. Against FCC, the brothers Higuain (Gonzalo and Federico) both scored, keeping Miami’s faint playoff hopes alive. They’re five points out of seventh place with three games to play. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 25

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 at New York City FC, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

In front of 31,308 fans, its biggest crowd of the year, the Fire delivered a second straight win, this time defeating RSL 1-0. Gaga Slolina continues to make the most of his opportunities in goal while Robert Beric scored his eighth of the regular season, making it three in his past two matches. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 24

Next MLS match: October 27 at FC Dallas, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN+

While Austin’s debut season has mostly been an on-field disappointment, there would be some consolation in finishing ahead of both FC Dallas and the Houston Dynamo. A 2-1 win, including the winner from Sebastian Driussi, against Houston on Sunday keeps that possibility in play. Austin remains in the Western Conference basement, but is just a point behind Dallas and two behind Houston. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 22

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. Philadelphia Union 7:30 pm ET, TSN, ESPN+

After getting crushed 3-0 by Miami in midweek, Toronto played its role of spoiler to a tee, with Jozy Altidore equalizing deep into stoppage time against Montreal. That the result dealt a hammer blow to their rival’s playoff hopes made it all the sweeter. — Carlisle

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Previous ranking: 21

Next MLS match: Oct. 31 vs. Colorado, 3 p.m. ET, ESPN+

An inconsequential late own goal was all the Dynamo could muster in a lackluster 2-1 loss at Austin as the race to avoid last place in the Western Conference intensified. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 26

Next MLS match: Oct. 27 vs. Real Salt Lake, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Jesus Ferreira and Franco Jara both scored as Dallas took a 2-0 lead into halftime against the Galaxy, but two second-half goals from the hosts allowed them escape with a draw. Dallas’ lead over last-place Austin has shrunken to a single point. — Bonagura

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Previous ranking: 27

Next MLS match:Oct. 27 vs. Nashville SC, 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+

Allan Cruz’s red card for taking a swipe at Miami attacker Julian Carranza pretty much summed up Cincinnati’s night in South Florida. FCC suffered a 5-1 defeat just days after conceding in stoppage time to lose to Chicago 4-3. New GM Chris Albright has a lot of roster holes to fill, and the defense in particular is screaming out for reinforcements. — Carlisle


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