UKM Kothrud FC (Vaishnavi Joshi 32′) 1-3 Deccan XI (Ritu Francis 28′ Kalyani Desali 48′ 79′)
Bodyline SC (Karen Pais 65′) 1-2 Football School of India (Sonali Chemate 11′ 61′)
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On 13th November, Football School of India played against Community Football Club India where the former cruised to a satisfactory victory.
As the match commenced, Jyoti Rajendra Mehra of Football School of India found the net giving her team an early lead.
Community Football Club India equalised at the 18th minute as Captain Delfiya scored for the team. However FSI continued to maintain their momentum and went on to increase the scoreline late in the first half. Pranali Shetty found the netting at the 44th minute to give her team a comfortable lead. The first half ended seeing Football School of India leading with the two goals.
As the second half commenced, Community Football Club India tried to get back into the game. However, they failed to get a breakthrough. As the final whistle was blown, Football School of India had the last laugh as they clinched a victory against Community Football Club India.
FULL-TIME SCORE: Community Football Club India (Delfiya Pereira 18′) 1-2 Football School of India (Jyoti Mehra 2′ Pranali Shetty 44′)Read More »
In today’s fixture of the WIFA Women’s Football League, the iconic Cooperage Stadium hosted two exciting matches where India Rush Soccer Club faced Future Star FC and Kenkre FC played FC Kolhapur City.
The opening encounter of the day saw India Rush Soccer Club get a remarkable win against Future Star FC. As the match kicked-off, team Future Star FC immediately found the net. The no. 7, Vidisha Sawant, opened the scoreline early at the 3rd minute of the match. India Rush immediately replied through Archana’s strike as she levelled terms within a few minutes. Archana’s effort found the net at the 6th minute of the game. Further, Christina Michael scored at the 24th minute to give India Rush the lead. As the fierce first half was nearing its conclusion, Riya D’Souza comforted India Rush with a goal in the additional minutes. India Rush headed to the tunnel with a comfortable 3-1 lead.
As the second half commenced, till the 80th minute, both the teams failed to go past the keeper. However, the last 10 minutes were a goal-scoring bonanza. Velanie Fernandes added on to the scoresheet for India Rush at the 81st minute. Harshika Viskarma of Future Star scored a consolation goal at the 82nd minute and Christina Michael completed her brace and ensured three points for India Rush when the match was 86 minutes old. Team India Rush SC had the last laugh as the scoreline read 5-2 after the final whistle.
In the second game of the day, Kenkre FC locked horns against FC Kolhapur City. What was an exciting outing for both the teams, turned out to be in favour of FC Kolhapur City at the end of the day.
During the initial half, both the teams pumped in failed attacks to find the netting. The second half commenced and the match intensified to unlock the next level. Both the teams played end to end football which was pleasing to watch. Although during the dying moments, at the 88th minute, FC Kolhapur City’s Adika Bhosale broke the deadlock to seal the win for her team. FC Kolhapur City left the pitch with all three points leaving Kenkre FC gutted through a solitary goal scored by their Number 10.
Future Star FC (Vidisha Sawant 3′ Harshikha Viskarma 82′) 2-5 India Rush SC (Archana Bhaladhare 6′ Christina Michael 24′ 86′ Riya D’Souza 45+3′ Velanie Fernandes 81′)
Kenkre FC 0-1 FC Kolhapur City (Adika Bhosale 88′)
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FC Kolhapur City faced India Rush Soccer Club in the WIFA Women’s Football League fixture held at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai. The match was played on the 9th of November
Football Club Kolhapur City whipped 2 goals against India Rush Soccer Club and claimed the victory.
Samrudhi Anil Katkole broke the deadlock at the 29th minute for FC Kolhapur City. Her only goal was the difference between both the ends as the first half concluded.
Soon when the second half commenced, FC Kolhapur City maintained their momentum and went on to score their second goal. Captain Mrunal Khot scored at the 63rd minute to lead FC Kolhapur City to a comfortable victory. India Rush SC tried to get back into the match but eventually succumbed to lose the game.
FC Kolhapur City (Samrudhi Anil Katkole 29′ Mrunal Khot 63′) 2-0 India Rush Soccer Club
On 8th November, WIFA Women’s Football League hosted three matches at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai. The first match, commencing at 8:30 AM saw Samuel Football Academy clinch a comfortable victory against Pacangan Football Club. Y Poojitha opened the netting for Samuel FA at the 21st minute. The team ensured a decisive lead within the first half as Priya Shinde doubled the scoring at the 41st minute. As soon as the second half started, Pacangan found the net through Ambika Dange’s effort at the 50th minute. However, Pacangan’s early strike and hopes in the second half were thrashed soon enough by the captain of Samuel FA, Mhasi Paunuo, who scored within a minute to take utmost control over the game. Pacangan failed to bounce back and Paunuo’s second-half strike was enough to gift Samuel FA their consecutive win.
The second game of the day saw South Mumbai United ease past Commandos FC through a commendable 4 goal victory. Gabrielle Soans gave South Mumbai an early lead at the 3rd minute. Team Commandos succumbed to find the net till the first half ended. The initial 45 minutes concluded with Soans’ solitary goal. The second half began with a slow start from both ends. At the 65th minute, Drishti Punjabi was subbed with Kashish Parmar who eventually went on to change the game. The last ten minutes of the match saw South Mumbai pounce on Commandos as they scored thrice. Durga Mhatre scored a reliever at the 81st minute and then Kashish found the net twice at the dying moments of the match.
The final match of the day witnessed PIFA Sports FC romp to a 4 goal victory against Spark FC. Spark FC fielded 10 players due to the unavailability of their full squad. PIFA won an early penalty through which Sibani scored at the 2nd minute. The captain of the team, Dipika increased the lead at the 43rd minute. The first half finished with PIFA leading by two goals. As soon as the second half started, Sasmita Behera scored at the 48th minute. Within a few minutes, Sushmita Lepcha ensured the three points through her effort at the 56th minute which tricked the goalkeeper again. The match ended with a dominant performance from PIFA.
Samuel FA (Y Poojitha 21′ Priya Shinde 41′ Mhasi Paunuo 51′) 3-1 Pacangan Football Club (Ambika Dange)
Commandos FC 0-4 South Mumbai United (Gabrielle Soans 3′ Durga Mhatre 81′ Kashish Parmar 87′ 89′)
Spark FC 0-4 PIFA Sports FC (Sibani Sharma (P) 2′ Dipika 43′ Sushmita Lepcha 56′ Sasmita Behera 48′)Read More »