Rocky duo steer Kookaburras to win



? CHENNAI, India ? Former Rockhampton hockey stars Jamie Dwyer and Mark Knowles are on course for the Champions Trophy men's hockey final.

Both players led Australia to a 4-1 win over hosts India to record a third consecutive victory in the six-nation round-robin league.

The Netherlands fended off a late challenge from defending champions Spain to win 3-2 and take second place on the table with seven points, two behind Australia.

Spain and India were next in line with three points each and needed a dramatic turnaround in the last two rounds to deny the Aussies and the Dutch a place in Sunday's final.

The Kookaburras scored four goals in the first 20 minutes against India.



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