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Nambul Mapal win

Imphal, Jan. 3: Nambul Mapal Athletics and Cultural Organisation defeated Yorkhop Football Club by 3-2 goals in the knockout round of the Sir Churachand Memorial football tournament at Mapal Kangjeibung today.

For Nambul, W. Nawaj Khan scored the first goal in the 52nd minute, Kh. Naoba scored the second goal in the 70th minute and L. Ajitkumar scored the third in the 82nd minute.

For Yorkhop Kamei Pamreishang Horam scored the first goal in the second minute.

Malaimi added one more goal in the 78th minute.

In the second knockout match today, Zoumi Football Club defeated Peace, Humanity and Labour Youth Organisation 3-0.

For Zoumi, Lalminlal Vaiphei scored the first goal in the 52nd minute while Haolunmang scored two goals in the 86th and 90th minutes.

Junior football

Imphal West District Football Association defeated Imphal East District Football Association 2-1 in the 11th junior girls inter-district football tournament at Khuman Lampak sports complex today.

Dngmei Grace scored the first goal in 21st minute and Ng. Anibala scored the second one in 24th minute for Imphal West. Bijeta Devi managed the lone goal for Imphal East.

Imphal East defeated Imphal West 4-1 in the 13th senior women’s inter-district football tournament.

G. Radharani scored two goals for Imphal East. Mandakini Devi and Tejibala scored one each. Madhavi Devi scored for Imphal West.

The teams will play third round matches on Saturday.

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