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Women' Field Hockey World Cup: India beat Japan 2-0

09-07-2010 08:55 BJT

The women's field hockey world cup has three of it's four semi-finalists. The defending champion Netherlands, becoming the latest team to advance to the final four.

With Argentina and England through to the semi-finals from Pool B, the penultimate games in Pool A took place.

Japan and India were the first teams in action in Rosario, with India looking for it's first points. They would pick up a win in this one, thanks to goals from Rani Rampal and Jasjeet Kaur Handa either side of half-time.

The Indians, who were thrashed 7-1 by the Netherlands in their first match, now have three points, while Japan stay on one following Friday's 2-2 draw with New Zealand.

Japan and India were the first teams in action in Rosario, with India looking for
it's first points.

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