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NIVSO Keibi win 2-1

Imphal, Aug. 14: NIVSO Keibi posted a 2-1 goal victory over SAK Yumnam Khunou in the M. Ibobi First Division Football League Tournament 2014 on artificial turf, Khuman Lampak sports complex.

NIVSO men got the break in the 12th minute with N. Ramchandra Singh finding the net for the lead in the first half. Though SAK Yumnam Khunou got numerous chances, their shots went wayward.

The second half saw NIVSO making more inroads and they were rewarded in the 51st minute with N. Ramchandra yet again slamming home his teamís second goal after collecting a pass from S. Manaosana Singh.

SAK got their break in the 67th minute after N. Rupachandra Singh got the better of a goalmouth melee to push home his teamís only goal. The surge was a bit too late, though, to save the match. SAK player Prakash was shown a yellow card.

In another match, UPSA Pukhao held Super Sporting Club, Sekta, to a 1-1 draw to split one point each. A.S. Ason scored the first goal for Pukhao in the eighth minute but S. Bisorjit Singh fetched the equaliser for Sekta in the 21st minute for the 1-1 draw as the latter failed to score any more goals.

UPSA Pukhao player K. Inao and SSC Sekta player S. Bishorjit Singh got a yellow card each.

AIFF: The AIFF has appointed L. Ronibala Chanu as goalkeeper coach of the India under-16 girls trials and coaching camp to be held at SAI Centre, Gandhinagar, from August 20 onward.

Election: The All Manipur Football Association will hold a special general body meeting on August 24 at 11am at AMSA Meeting Hall for the byelection for the post of AMFA president.

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