Australia see off England for 10th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup title

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Against Ireland, India, who had thrashed Malaysia 5-1 on Thursday to rekindle their hopes of playing a match, bearing a medal, vied for another win on the trot and got on to a start that reflected this intent.

Ben Palmer opened their account and Dane Ward scored twice - one from open play and the other a penalty stroke -with John Watson getting their fourth.

Despite Ireland earning themselves a penalty corner in the dying minutes of the second quarter, India managed to hold on to their lead, going into the break.

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Australia won the circles entries count 16-10 along with the shots count seven to four, but the decisive factor was the Kookas' conversion from penalty corners taking two from three.

But England were grateful to Ollie Willars for a solid block tackle to stop an Australia move towards the end of the first half as it remained goalless. It was midfielder Sumit who was in the middle of all the action, trying to make a baseline entry into the circle when the Irish defender was caught making an infringement.

India began the third quarter Varun Kumar pumped a brilliantly struck dragflick past Carr to take India's lead to a comfortable 3-0.

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India were once again caught napping in defence and were made to pay when Sean Murray pulled Ireland level for the second time in the match. Ireland's sole goal came from the sticks of Julian Dale in the 48th minute.

The win enabled India to avenge a 3-2 loss against the same opponent in the last round robin match on Friday.

Govers' thundering drag flick went unanswered and a confident Australia made further inroads and went 2-0 up with Lachlan Sharp firing in the rebound from a 53rd-minute penalty corner.

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The Irish dominated ball possession while their goalkeeper Jamie Carr came up with some brilliant saves to keep India under pressure. The 24th-minute field goal was good team work between Kirk Shimmins, Sean Murray and O'Donoghue.

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