BPCL from Bengaluru, virtually sewed up the match in the first half itself by taking a commanding 3-0 lead and piled on the agony for their hapless rivals from Delhi in the second half to keep the title which they won last year by beating Indian Oil.
With four current India internationals in their ranks, including the mercurial front liner SV Sunil and a host of ex-national players, BPCL which is playing their fifth final in ten years, is overwhelmed CAG to win the top prize of Rs three lakh.
It was Sunil who opened the goal-spree for the champions with a third-minute goal before his India teammates Manpreet Singh and Amir Khan, along with Jarnail Singh and Somanna Pradhan gave them a 5-0 lead by the 49th minute of play.
CAG got a consolation goal two minutes after Pradhan's through Abhishek Singh but BPCL were not satisfied with their lead and pumped in another goal through former India player Ravi Pal four minutes from the end to complete the rout.

Latest News from Sports News Desk