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Thursday , August 14 , 2014
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Youths triumph

Imphal, Aug. 13: Youth Organisation Sporting Club thrashed Citizen Club by 4-1 goals in the Maharajkumar Ghanendrajit Memorial Super Division Football League, 2014 played on artificial turf, Khuman Lampak sports complex, today.

Youth Organisation dominated the entire proceedings of the game with H. Telheiba making a solo run to bring up his teamís first goal in the 15th minute.

Later, H. Sailes consolidated, scoring his teamís second goal in the 27th minute after getting a short goalline pass to take the score to 2-0 in the first half.

Citizen Club found themselves in a quandary with James Singh heading home off a free kick from Md Chaoba in the 48th minute to post the third goal.

Md Seraj scored an easy shot in the 64th minute for the Youth Organisation team.

However, Citizen Club pulled back one goal from a penalty after Abungcha was brought down in the Youth Organisation danger zone in the 70th minute.

N. Rupachandra Singh converted the penalty to perfection but it was too late to save the match.

In the M. Ibobi Singh Memorial First Division Football League earlier, DOAK Yairipok blanked Super Sporting Club, Porompat by 5-0 goals to garner three points from the win.

Kh. Naoba Singh scored three goals while Kh. James Singh fetched two goals for DOAKís mammoth victory.

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