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  Sub-jr Girls NFC: Manipur champs; Odisha runners-up
CUTTACK,12 Jul 2018 (Team Orisports)
 

Manipur were crowned Sub-junior Girls National Football Champions, defeating host Odisha 2-1 in the final at Barabati Stadium here today. Odisha Sports Minister Chandra Sarathi Behera handed over the trophies in the presence of Football Association of Odisha president Debashish Samantaray and Odisha Athletic Association secretary Asirbad Behera.

Overall, it was improved performance by Odisha girls, who had bowed out from the semifinal stage last year, losing to Chandigarh in Imphal. Led by Sumitra Hembram, Odisha won four matches on their way to the final this year. They trounced Uttarakhand twice (17-0 and 6-0) in Group-C league, hammered Chandigarh 9-0 in the quarterfinals and eliminated Kerala 6-1 in the semifinals.

 

Jyoti Kumari was the top scorer for Odisha with 12 goals. She was followed by Manisha Naik with 10 goals. Odisha Football Association announced a cash reward of Rs 5,000 for each of 20 players, coach, manager and physio of the Odisha team.

As many as 20 teams participated in this championship, which kicked up a controversy on the opening day as Haryana team was not allowed to play their opening match against Manipur after their coach became ineligible for not possessing a C Licence. Two more teams _ Karnataka and Assam _ failed to turn up.

RESULTS:

July 1:
Match 1
(Barabati Stadium): Chandigarh (Antrika 14’, Puja 46’) beat Chhattisgarh (Laxmi Mandavi 45’) 2-1.
Match 2 (Ravenshaw Ground): Jharkhand (Basanti Lakra 25’, Sunita Munda 34’, Soni Munda 91’) beat Delhi 3-0.
Match 3: Odisha got walk-over against Karnataka, which failed to turn up.
Match 4 (Barabati Stadium): Manipur got walk-over against Haryana as Haryana coach was found ineligible without a C Licence).

July 2:
Match 5
(Barabati Stadium): Maharashtra beat Pondicherry 18-0.
Match 6 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Kerala beat Punjab 4-1.
Match 7 (Barabati Stadium): Bihar beat Andhra Pradesh 11-2.
Match 8 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Gujrat beat Uttar Pradesh 5-2.

July 3:
Match 9
(Barabati Stadium): Jharkhand (Sunita Munda 5, 21, 59, 67; Astam Oraon 7, Soni Munda 8, 60, 61, 88; Archana Kumari Roy 88) beat Goa 10-0.
Match 10 (Barabati Stadium): Odisha (Malati Munda 4, 31; Manisha Naik 13, 26, 50, 62; Jyoti Kumari 19, 29, 45+1, 76, 76, 90; Gayatri Behera 36, 39; Barsha Mahakud 64, 87, 88) beat Uttarakhand 17-0.
Match 11
(Ravenshaw University Ground): Manipur (Naorem Priyangka Devi 49, 63, 65, 90+3; Mayanglambam Jeena Chanu 57, S Lynda Kom 71, 90, 90+1) beat Tamil Nadu (Priyadarshini S 27) 8-1.

July 4:
Match 12
(Barabati Stadium): Himachal Pradesh (Poonam 4, 45, 61, 68, 89; Kiran 14, 18, 24, 40, 45+1, 49; Anju 27, 48, 52, 56, 59, 70, 79, 80, 87; Manisha 31, 42, 78; Nisha 46, 67, 69; Varsha 53, M Saritha 86-OG) beat Pondicherry 28-0.
Match 13 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Madhya Pradesh (Tabinda Ansari 7) beat Punjab 1-0.
Match 14 (Barabati Stadium): Gujarat (Drishti Pant 5, 45+2, 64; Hiteksha Tabiyad 45-P, Antarben Thakor 53, 68, 72; Ishita Mathew 71, 82; Shilpaben Thakor 87) beat Andhra Pradesh 10-0.
Match 15 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Uttar Pradesh (Ankita Poddar 16, Khushboo Bano 61, Neha Kumari 80) beat Bihar (Kajal Kuari 8, 18) 3-2.

July 5:
Match 16 (Barabati Stadium): Goa (Daisy Lisa Crasto 2, Karen Estrocio 8, 11; Sujata Shetty 29, Valanky D’Souza 90) beat Delhi (Anya Goyal 38, 47-P, 75, 80) 5-4.
Match 17 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Odisha (Malati Munda 6, Jyoti Kumari 17, 18; Manisha Naik 22, Barsha Mahakud 56, Sasmita Amanga 79) beat Uttarakhand 6-0.
Match 18
(Barabati Stadium): Manipur (Naorem Priyangka Devi 4, 53, 55, 72; Hemam Shilky Devi 58, Lhingneilam Kipgen 76) beat Tamil Nadu (Monisha D 20, Mariyammal B 64) 6-2.

July 6:
Match 19
(Barabati Stadium): Himachal Pradesh (Manisha Manisha 15,22,39,45+2,52,81; Anju 40,42,72,90+3) beat Western India FA (Sakshi Hiwale 65) 10-1.
Match 20 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Kerala (M Sona 24, Nandana Krishnan 72) beat Madhya Pradesh 2-0.
Match 21: Bihar beat Gujarat3-0.
Match 22 (Barabati Stadium): Uttar Pradesh (Neha Kumari 4, Kuskan Khan 6,12,22,27,58,86,87; Manisha Vishwakarma 8,20,39,67; Nida Ibrahim 18, Gudiya Kumari 62,83) beat Andhra Pradesh 15-0.

July 8 (Quarterfinals):
Match 23
(Barabati Stadium): Odisha (Sumitra Hembram 2, Manisha Naik 6,35,55; Subhasmita Subhadarsini Das 24, Jyoti Kumari 42,57; Antrika 67-OG, Barsha Mahakud 71) beat Chandigarh 9-0.
Match 24
(Ravenshaw University Ground): Manipur (Vunglawmching 18-P, S Lynda Kom 45+3,63,79; Raorem Priyangka Devi 68) beat Jharkhand (Sunita Munda 73) 5-1.
Match 25 (Barabati Stadium): Himachal Pradesh (Manisha Manisha 17,71; Kiran 28, Varsha 56, Anju 60,74; Manisha 77) beat Uttar Pradesh 7-0.
Match 26 (Ravenshaw University Ground): Kerala (Sreelakshmi A 18, Malavika P 58,69,107,117) beat Maharashtra (Mmehak Lobo 13, Sai Sankhe 37,75; Priyanka Sujeesh 105) 5-4 in extra time.

July 10 (Semifinals):
Match 27
(Barabati Stadium): Odisha (Malati Munda 7,64; Manisha Naik 37,44; Jyoti Kumari 61,65) beat Kerala (Malavika P 19) 6-1.
Match 28
(Ravenshaw University Ground): Manipur (S Lynda Kom 41,74; Hemam Shilky Devi 90+1) beat Himachal Pradesh (Anju 67,75) 3-2.

July 12 (Final):
Match 29
(Barabati Stadium): Manipur (Laisiram Bibicha Devi 8, Hemam Shilky Devi 90+3) beat Odisha (Nandeibam Gitanjali Chanu 40-OG) 2-1.
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TOP: Players of champion Manipur team with guests and organizing officials in Cuttack on July 12, 2018.
RIGHT: Players of runners-up Odisha team with guests and organizing officials in Cuttack on July 12, 2018.

 
   

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