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Silchar tame Arunachal

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Hailakandi, July 24: Silchar Sporting today handed a 4-1 defeat to Arunachal Sangskritik Sangha in a super-four leg match of the Ramanuj Gupta Trophy Silchar Super Division Football League at Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium in Silchar.

Nigerian Sunday Wagar Aiyuk opened the account for Silchar Sporting as early as the first minute converting a pass from Ringsin Hmar.

Hmar ruffled the net twice in the 27th and 68th minutes.

Sunday struck his second goal for the winners, converting a penalty kick, awarded for Arunachal SS’s Ishakha’s foul with Hmar inside the danger zone, in the 32nd minute.

Banvir Koloi netted the only goal for Arunachal SS in the 64th minute.

There is no match tomorrow.

First division football: City Police will play Rising XI in the opening match of the Jibeswar Goswami Trophy Guwahati first division football tournament at Nehru Stadium here on Monday.

The RG Baruah Trophy Super League will commence on August 1 with Assam State Electricity Board SC facing Navajyoti Club in the opener.

Jeet Kune Do: The Jeet Kune Do Association of Assam is organising the 4th All-Assam Jeet Kune Do Championship at Rudhrasingha Sports Complex here on August 4.

The meet will be held in sub-junior, junior, cadet and senior events for both boys and girls.


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