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Tuesday , April 1 , 2014
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Chajing men defeat Rising team

Imphal, March 31: Chajing Youth Development Organisation Lilong, Chingdong, beat Mairenkhong Rising Club by 19-10 goals in the seventh Pureilomba menís state-level Handball Tournament, 2014, played at Lilong Chajing, Imphal West.

The team rode on Dhojo Singhís throwing power, scoring six goals, while teammates Jimi Karter got four goals, Ratan Singh, Henry Singh and N. Bobby struck two goals each. Kh. Ingocha, Sh. Saimuel and Boinao fetched a goal each.

For Mairenkhong, Kh. Bungcha topscored with four goals while A. Naobagot scored two goals and A. Bijoy, A. Samson, Kh. Naoba, A. Sajay chipped in with a goal each.

In the womenís category, Manipur Police Sports Club got the better of Chajing Youth Development Organisation, Lilong, registering a 16-12 goal victory to move into the next round.

The policewomen dominated the proceedings with N. Sunibala scoring nine goals while M. Dimple fetched three. Ch. Luxmi (two goals) and O. Sandhyarani and Ksh. Apabi (a goal each) added to the score.

For CYDOL, I. Ronibala topscored with six goals while S. Roma netted three. S. Purnima fetched two goals and A. Bijenti got one.

Mukna Jatra title: Ch. Herojit won the Mukna Jatra title of the fourth Khagemba state-level Mukna Championship, 2014, held at Kiyamgei Heibong Makhong ground today.

His opponent, N. Brojen, settled for the second spot.

The team championís title was bagged by Kiyamgei Pana with 37.5 points while Ithai Pana collected the runners-up title with 14.5 points.

Corporate football: Defending champions Blackberry thrashed AFC Nagamapal 3-0 to retain the championís title of the second Zenoh Corporate Football Challenge, 2014 played at Tabungkhok, Imphal West.

Blackberry pocketed Rs 1 lakh, along with the trophy, while AFC got Rs 50,000. The AMWJU team was awarded the fair play trophy along with Rs 5, 000.

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