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Saturday, 7 June 2014

A HOCKEY MATCH

A HOCKEY MATCH 

            A hockey match played between two strong teams is really a thrilling' experience. Last Sunday, I saw an exciting2 match between our College Eleven and the City Raiders. It was played in our ground, and a large number of spectators; came to see the game. Our team had recently' won the Board Zonal Championship, and was naturally considered to be a strong combination. The City Raiders, too, were experienced players and had played in many tournaments. The spectators expected to see a very interesting game.
Essay Writing About A Hockey Match by Alifye
At exact 4 p.m. the referee blew a long whistle and the players who had taken up their positions in the field looked towards the .centre-forwards who quickly leapt into action.
Our centre-forward Niaz pushed the ball towards the Raiders' goal and the next moment he was running after it. It happened so swiftly that the Raiders could not move before he had reached the 'D'. The goal-keeper tried his best but he was too late; Niaz had hit the ball right into the goal. We went made with joy. We shouted and dapped and whistled, and our players waved to us.
The game started again. Raiders were more vigilant' this time. Their centre-forward managed to beat ours, and passed the ball to his right-in who passed it back to him. He dribbled it past our defenders and reached the goal-mouth but our goalkeeper stopped the ball and sent it flying back. The ball was now with our players who were working very hard.
After a short time, our captain got the ball and raced down to the goal-post. When he reached the 'D', he slipped and fell down. The Raiders got the ball and once again raided our goal. Our defenders fought back valiantly and repulsed every attack. At this point the referee blew a long whistle and the players walked out of the ground, for it was 'halt time'. The players went to the dressing room and had soft drinks and biscuits.
After the interval, the game became tense .The Raiders played a better game; most of the time the ball remained in our half. Time and again the Raiders' Captain who was in terrific' form reached our goal-But every time our goalkeeper stood his ground and cleared the ball. At last, the time was up and our team came out happy and with joy. Our players had not let us down. and shouted victorious. They had won the match by one goal. We clapped and shouted with joy. Our player had not let us down.

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