Wednesday, 18 January 2017

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KRYPHSA continue winning run, thrashes NYTHC 11-0

IMPHAL, December 7: Maintaining their winning run in the Senior Women league title, table toppers KRYPHSA Naoremthong thrashed NYTHC Okram Chuthek by 11-0 today.

With nine points under their name, the Naoremthong club has maintained its spot at the top of the table.

Nine of the goals came in the second half.

ESU Wangkhei and MPSC have both six points each to share the second spot at the end of the third round of the ongoing 7th AMFA Senior Women’s Football League for BM Singh Trophy at Artificial Turf Ground, Khuman Lampak today.

The tournament is being organised by the All Manipur Football Association, Altogether five teams are taking part in the tournament.

Kainakumari opened the scoring for KRYPHSA in the 21st minute. D Grace added another in 40+2 minute. The first half ended with KRYPHSA by leading 2-0.

In the second half, E Bidyarani and N Ratanbala were scored four goals each with S Ranjana adding another in the 66th minute.

Bidyarani scored her first in the 46th minute followed by her second in the 54th minute. She scored two more in the 67th and 80+1 minutes.

Ratanbala scored her first in 59th minute. She scored three more in the 60th, 63rd and 75th minutes.

In the second match of the day, ESU Wangkhei defeated YWC Langthabal 2-0.

Purnima opened the scoring for the winning team in the 2nd minute. And Nungshitombi added another goal in the second half in 51st minute to seal three points for the Wangkhei team.

There will be no match on Tuesday.

The last round match of the senior women’s league on Wednesday will see a face-off between table topper KRYPHSA and second place MPSC, while the other second placed team ESU will face NYTHC in the second match of the day.

8-Dec-2015 / Our Staff Reporter / 0 Comments

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