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10th February 2018, Jalgaon: With the Junior and Sub-Junior Boys Championship running simultaneously at Palghar and Nanded, respectively, the Sub-Junior Girls Championship went underway yesterday in Jalgaon at Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krida Sankul. The opening day witness only two games where Nashik and Satara booked their place in the next round with comprehensive victories.
Nashik (Payal Dode 37′ and 49′) 2-0 Yavatmal
In the opening game, Nashik had to rely on Payal Dode who scored twice in the second-half to send Nashik into the next round of Sub-Junior Girls Football Championship.
The first-half was all about Nashik’s attack and Yavatmal’s Goalkeeper Shreeja Chavan who was tremendous throughout the game. Unfortunately, Shreeja’s heroics in the first-half couldn’t help her side as they bowed out with their heads held high. Shreeja Chavan (Yavatmal) and Payal Dode (Nashik) were later felicitated for their impressive performance.
Aurangabad 0-4 Satara (Sanika Sapkal 2, Vaishnavi Sawant and Snehal Ghadge)
In the second match, an outstanding attacking display by Satara saw them clinching a memorable 4-0 win over Aurangabad. Sanika Sapkal scored twice while Vaishnavi Sawant and Snehal Ghadge scored one each which guided Satara into the next round. Sanika was later felicitated for her two goals.
Aurangabad had a great first-half but Satara’s backline stood strong and defended brilliantly to keep the danger out of their penalty box. A couple of misses in the first-half came back to haunt Aurangabad when Satara went all-in and scored four times in the second-half.Read More »
Earlier today, Maharashtra Inter-District Football Championship for Junior Boys went underway at Palghar which is organized by WIFA – Western India Football Association. A memorable day which saw the likes of Gondia, Jalna, Amravati, and Ahmednagar notching up wins to qualify for the next round. The second day is set to resume tomorrow.
Gondia 0-0 Sangali DFA (Gondia won 5-4 via penalties)
The first match was played between Gondia and Sangali. In what was an evenly contested match, Gondia District edged past Sangali DFA 5-4 in the tie-breaker after a 0-0 stalemate in normal time. It was Gondia’s goalkeeper Paramjit who saved the 5th penalty to take his team into the next round.
Jalna (Aniket Galdhar 59′) 1-0 Akola
Jalna defeated a resilient Akola side 1-0, courtesy of Aniket Galdhar’s 59th minute sublime strike. Akola played the whole game with only 7 players as they failed to provide an appropriate certificate for the player registration. Nevertheless, Akola played a fantastic match with the seven available players. A full squad at the helm would have given another story for sure.
Amravati (Yash Pavde 20′ and Niraj Jadhav 28′) 2-0 Hingoli
A dominant display by Amravati as they defeated Hingoli 2-0. Yash Pavde opened the scoring in the 20th minute which was followed by Niraj Jadhav’s strike in the 28th minute.
Ahmednagar (Shivanand Puri 2, Aditya Bagade, Roshan Rikami, and Ankit Singh) 5-1 Nanded (Maaz Khan)
Shivanand Puri had a tremendous match as he scored twice while Aditya Bagade, Roshan Rikami, and Ankit Singh also bagged a goal each to complete a memorable 5-1 win over Nanded. Meanwhile, for Nanded, Maaz Khan scored the lone goal.
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Venue – St Xaveris High School & Jr College, Sector 3 Nerul.
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Hosts Community FCI had quite a successful first round, winning their boys under-10 and under-12 matches against Mumbai Strikers in the The WIFA – Mumbai City Development Centre Baby League, for football academies, which kicked off at the Prabodhan Thackeray Sports Complex, Vile Parle.Read More »