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Arambag thrash Star Sporting

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Guwahati, June 26: Arambag Football Club thrashed Star Sporting Club 3-0 in their match of the Guwahati Sports Association B Division Football League at Nehru Stadium here today.

The league, resuming after a gap of three days owing to unplayable ground conditions, witnessed Arambag completely outplaying Star Sporting Club to register their second consecutive win. The side rode on a fine brace by David Lhuid with goals in the 35th and 49th minutes respectively while Partha Das found the back of the net in the 40th minute. In another match, River Rine Club were held to a 1-1 draw by Narengi Sports Club. In an even contest, Toshi Teron provided Narengi SC the lead with a goal in the 29th minute. Narengi boys failed to hold on to their lead for long as Moniram Rabha drew parity with a fine strike in the 37th minute.

In the GSA C Division League at the same venue, United Sports Club edged past Lion Boys Club 4-3. Kh. Viny started the proceedings for United Sports Club with a goal early in the 12th minute while Raja Doom doubled the lead in the 17th minute. Pinku Garihari cut down the deficit for River Rine Club with a goal in 19th minute. L. Langtan scored the third goal for United SC while Kh. Viny went on to score his second and made it 4-1 in the 35th minute of play. Nabajyoti Buragohain found the back of the net for Lion Boys’ Club in the 39th and 60th minute.

In another match, Deepor Football Club got the better of Naba Suruj Sports Club 3-1.

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