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WIFA Women’s Football League: CFCI beat Riva FC by a commendable margin

WIFA Women’s Football League: CFCI beat Riva FC by a commendable margin

WIFA Women’s Football League hosted two matches today where Community Football Club India faced Riva FC and Bodyline SC played against Utkarsh Krida Manch at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai.

 

The starting match saw Community Football Club win by a commendable 4-0 scoreline against Riva FC. CFCI’s captain, Delfiya Pereira opened the scoresheet for Community Football Club at the 8th minute. She further completed her brace at the 22nd minute.  Community Football Club dominated the proceeding as they were up by two goals. The first half ended seeing Community lead by 2 goals.

The second half commenced and Community Football Club India went on to score two more goals at the 57th minute and the 60th minute through Jennifer and Renuka’s strike.

 

South Mumbai United FC faces Snigmay FC tomorrow at a Group-B encounter of the WIFA Women’s League held in Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai.

 

FULL TIME SCORE:

 

  • Riva FC 0-4 Community Football Club India (Delfiya Trevor Pereira 8′, 22′ Jennifer Rayar                                                                                               57′ Renuka Juvekar 60′)

 

 

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WIFA Women’s Football League: Community Football Club thrash inexperienced Utkarsh Krida Manch

WIFA Women’s Football League: Community Football Club thrash inexperienced Utkarsh Krida Manch

Community Football Club India eased past Utkarsh Krida Manch by scoring 8 goals against them.

Jennifer Rayar opened the score sheet at the initial minutes. She completed her brace and gave Community Football Club a two-goal lead at the 18th minute. The young Utkarsh Krida Manch side tried to get back into the game but the first half concluded in favour of Community FC leading by two goals.

 

As the second half commenced, Utkarsh Krida Manch put efforts to bounce back, but Community Football Club increased their lead at the 56th minute through captain Delfiya Pereira’s strike. What seemed to be a one-sided affair then saw Community Football Club thumping 5 more goals.

 

Utkarsh Krida Manch was left exhausted at the last 10 minutes as the team conceded thrice within that span. Sanaya Anklesaria, a senior player, received the man of the match. Sanaya led the team from the back and helped maintain the shape. On their win, she said “I think our experience played a major role. Our opponents are considerably young. We have been playing together for 10 years now and our bonding is our main advantage. It was a good match. Utkarsh Krida Manch is a strong team and if they play together for some years, they can do really well”

Head Coach Preetam looked satisfied with the results and explained how he has trained his team to focus more on playing ground passes and build-up plays. “I’m very satisfied with the results. Our team focuses on playing ground passes. We want the team to play ground passes and play a beautiful game of football. The team is experienced and seem confident,” said Preetam.

 

He further explained how the women’s game in the nation is growing. He emphasized on the fact that women are no less than men and they must receive equal opportunities. “The players are disciplined, focused and hardworking. They want to learn which is quite a similar trait to what boys have. I think women must get equal opportunities and they will do well”

 

On Monday, the first game will see Riva FC take on Community Football School of India and the next encounter hosts Utkarsh Krida Manch FC against Bodyline SC at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai.

 

FULL TIME SCORE:

UKMFC 0-8 CFCI (Sanaya 84′ Renuka 68′  Neha 80′ Jennifer 2′,18′ Delfiya 56′,86′ Aarti 82′) 

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WIFA Women’s Football League: Bodyline SC win big against Deccan XI

WIFA Women’s Football League: Bodyline SC win big against Deccan XI

The opening encounter of the Hero Indian Women’s League Maharashtra Qualifiers hosted Deccan XI and Bodyline SC at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai.

Bodyline SC thoroughly dominated the game as they romped to a lethal 8 goal victory against their opponents. Since the starting whistle of the game, team Bodyline were clear favourites. The team looked compact and displayed an attacking style of play. The first half concluded seeing Bodyline SC leading by a massive five-goal lead. Deniese Pereira ran the show in the first half scoring a hattrick. The other two goals came from Ash Mearl D’Silva and Ameeta who eventually went on to score a hattrick after the second half ended.

Nothing changed in the second half. Bodyline SC maintained the momentum and went on to score three goals more.

However, Head Coach Marcellus John expected much better from his outfit. “With the number of matches and the exposure these girls have gained, I expected them to score more. I’m happy with the result but I think the scoreline could have been bigger,” he quipped.

For the first time, 18 teams from Maharashtra are taking part in the Hero IWL Qualifiers. Mr John explained with great passion how delighted he was to see the women’s game grow at this stature. “I’m extremely happy to see the increased participation. It was my dream to see the women’s game growing in the nation. I have been promoting my team for years. I think the next year’s U-17 Women’s World Cup has played a major role in creating awareness and developing the game for women.” said the Head Coach of Bodyline SC.

In tomorrow’s fixture, Community Football Club of India is set to face Utkarsh Krida Manch FC in a Group A fixture at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai starting from 2:oo PM.

FULL TIME:

Deccan XI 0-8 Bodyline SC (Ameeta Rebecca Venkatachalam 37′,63′,73′ Deniese Pereira 5′,15′,20′, Ash D’Silva 13′) 

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AIFF ‘D’ License Results (15th-20th June 2019)

AIFF ‘D’ License Results (15th-20th June 2019)

The AIFF ‘D’ License results of the 15th to 20th June 2019 batch is out now. The results are listed as follows:

Note: The participants whose names do not feature in the list have been unsuccessful in clearing the course. Propass candidates need to re-write their theory exam in the upcoming batch.

SR.NO CANDIDATE NAME State District CONTACT NO Result
1 Pramod .M.Patil Maharashtra Pune 9923461761 PASS
2 Akshay .J.Wadkar Maharashtra Pune 7040567844 PASS
3 Ridhima Budhiraja Maharashtra Pune 9730428114 PASS
4 Rahul Nair Maharashtra Pune 8962816667 PRO PASS
5 Vikram.D. Singh Maharashtra Pune 7020057448 PASS
6 Shawn Arland Maharashtra Pune 9763908987 PASS
7 Vicky Rajput Maharashtra Pune 9623539894 PASS
8 Shivam Pednekar Maharashtra Pune 7709783142 PASS
9 Shubham Rajendra Pasalkar Maharashtra Pune 9657567619 PASS
10 Jaiwardhan Chavan Maharashtra Pune 9834381288 PASS
11 Shreedevi B Bhandari Maharashtra Pune 8793323924 PASS
12 Rajendra.S.Pillay Maharashtra Pune 8806719130 PRO PASS
13 Anand Ekanath Machanwad Maharashtra Pune 832900682 PASS
14 Jaswant Randhawa Maharashtra Pune 9960559488 PASS
15 Ashley Vincent Maharashtra Pune 7264899500 PASS
16 Abhishek Shetty Maharashtra Pune 8390851059 PASS
17 Nikhil Kumar Gaikwad Maharashtra Pune 9922486047 PASS
18 Yogesh.Balu.Bagul Maharashtra Pune 8308664240 PASS
19 Ashish Umesh Awati Maharashtra Pune 9422308573 PASS
20 Amogh Avinash Adige Maharashtra Pune 8830259739 PASS
21 Ninanath .M. Thapa Maharashtra Pune 7620865240 PASS
22 Prashant Dattatray Raskar Maharashtra Pune 7498420032 PRO PASS

 

We extend our hearty greetings to all the coaches for their future endeavors! 

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AIFF ‘D’ License Results (5th-10th August 2019)

AIFF ‘D’ License Results (5th-10th August 2019)

The AIFF ‘D’ License results of the 5th to 10th August 2019 batch are out now. The results are listed as follows:

Note: The participants whose names do not feature in the list have been unsuccessful in clearing the course. Propass candidates need to re-write their theory exam in the upcoming batch.

SR NO. NAME STATE DISTRICT CONTACT NO Result
1 ANIL SURESH REWALE Maharashtra Mumbai 7021653403 PASS
2 SANATH VALLADARES Maharashtra Mumbai 9920486966 PASS
3 SUMEET SANJEEVA SALIAN Maharashtra Mumbai 9769488098 PASS
4 ANAS N.S. KERALA 9539119596 PASS
5 NASCIMANTO ALPHONSO SANTIAGO Maharashtra Thane 9372217451 PASS
6 EUGENE XAVIER RODRIGUES Mangalore 9880862493 PASS
7 SHAKTI ARUN BHALERAO Maharashtra Mumbai 8369427676 PASS
8 MANGESH KRISHNA SHELAR Maharashtra Mumbai 8459303314 PASS
9 KULKARNI SIDDHESH SHRIPRAKASH Maharashtra Mumbai 8169965332 PASS
10 AMIT VERMA Gujarat Vapi 8160128935 PASS
11 VICKY NIRUTTI KOLI Maharashtra Mumbai 8369274331 PASS
12 ANSARI MOHAMMED ARFAT Maharashtra Mumbai 9987268434 PASS
13 SABALE AKSHAY MARUTI Maharashtra Pune 8446344428 PASS
14 LEONARD ROCKY WICKENS Maharashtra Thane 9819652765 PASS
15 SHANKAR TARU CHAUHAN Maharashtra Mumbai 8779071351 PASS
16 SANDEEP KUMAR SAIKIA Maharashtra Bangalore 9738109523 PASS
17 ADITYA Maharashtra Pune 9582440646 PASS
PRO-PASS Candidates
1 GOVIND KISHAN RATHOD Maharashtra Mumbai 7977022913 PRO PASS
2 HIRALAL CHETTRI Maharashtra Mumbai 8976613739 PRO PASS
3 MOHAMMED NUMAN AHMED SHAIKH Maharashtra Mumbai 9821695781/ 9323621098 PRO PASS
4 YOGENDRA FATTESING RAJESHIRKE Maharashtra Thane 8928125476 PRO PASS

We extend our hearty greetings to all the coaches for their future endeavours!  

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