Imphal, Oct. 15: After six rounds, defending champion Southern Sporting Union (SSU) sit at the top of the eighth Manipur State League, organised by AMFA, with 14 points.
The next three slots are filled by the North Eastern Re-organisation and Cultural Association, the North Imphal Sporting Association and the Anouba Imagi Mangal respectively. All three have 10 points but have varying goal aggregates.
New entrant Zomi Football Club are placed fifth with eight points while Tiddim Road Unique Gamy Players’ Union are in sixth place.
Manipur Police Sports Club and United Sporting Association are currently in seventh and eight spots with seven points each from two wins, one draw and three losses each.
The policemen came into the limelight after their 2-1 victory over United Sporting yesterday.
Tiddim Road Athletic Union have gathered six points and Kuki Sporting Club are reeling at the bottom of the table with two points.
There are 15 more matches to go in the league rounds.
Assam bag title
Assam claimed the overall title in the eighth National Amateur Muay Thai Championship, 2013, which concluded on Sunday at Khuman Lampak Boxing ring.
Assam got 18 gold, 16 silver, six bronze medals while Manipur took the runners-up title with five gold and six bronze medals.
Meghalaya finished third with five gold, two silver and four bronze medals among the six states. Janu Kondh of Assam was adjudged the best boxer in the meet.