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Model Club drub Youth Welfare

Imphal, Feb. 4: Model Club thrashed Chingmeirong Youth Welfare Association 8-0 in the 28th State-Level Mini Football Tournament at Thangmeiband Athletic Union ground.

Sixteen teams are participating in the tournament, organised by Thangmeiband Athletic Union.

M. Priyojit Singh topscored for Model Club, firing home four goals, while teammates S. Abhijit Singh scored two goals and K. Amarjit and A. Bonyson fetched a goal each for the victory today.

In another match, Citizen Welfare Club, Moreh defeated Sekmaijin YFC by 3-1 goals.

Making their presence felt with a bang, Sekmaijin started off positively, as Sh. Santosh put his team ahead with a goal in the fourth minute but later failed to maintain the tempo.

Thangoulien fetched the equaliser for CWC Moreh in the seventh minute and Ratan Singh gave them the lead in the 16th minute to post 2-1 in the first half.

Thangoulien shone with another goal in the 49th minute for the win.

Boiningthang and Hemkhosoun of CWC Moreh were booked with yellow cards in the match.

Corporate Tennis

The North East Tennis Foundation is organising the 2nd Naman Sekhar Bhuyan Corporate Tennis Championship from February 18 to 20 marking the 22nd Foundation Day celebration of the foundation.

Corporate teams have been asked to file their entries by February 15.

A minimum of three players and maximum of five players will be allowed in a team.

T20 cricket: The 4th Dhireshwar Kalita Twenty20 Cricket Tournament, organised by Bud Cricket Club, will be held at Nehru Stadium here from February 12 to 20.

Altogether eight teams will participate in the tournament to be played in league format.

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