Search
 
Home | About Us | Career | Contact Us
Editor Sanatan Pani
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 PERSONALITIES

Back to Previous Page

FULL NAME: Pinky Bompal Magar
BORN: Date not known
GENDER: Female
MARITAL STATUS: Unmarried
FAMILY: Father (Late Ram Bahadur Bompal Magar), Mother (Purnima Devi)
HOME ADDRESS: Jharsuguda, Odisha, India.
ACADEMIC EDUCATION: Not known
PROFESSION: Working in Railways at Patna
TYPE OF PLAYER: Forward
RECEIVED COACHING FROM: Not known
PLAYING CAREER: Playing competitive football since 2002.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

NATIONAL:
*     Gold medal for Railways in the Senior Women National Football Championship, Jabalpur, MP, 2016.
*     Silver medal for Odisha in the 35th National Games, Kerala, 10 February, 2015.
*     She was part of the Odisha team that won the Gold medal in the 19th Senior Women National Football Championship at Pant Stadium, Bhilai on 18 May, 2011.
*     Helped Odisha win Gold medal in the 34th National Games at Jamshedpur, Jharkhand on February 17, 2011.
*     Scored 15 goals in seven matches to help Odisha win Silver medal in the 18th Senior Women National Championship at Khuman Lampak Stadium, Imphal, Manipur on 25 March, 2010.
*     She was captain of the Odisha team that won the Silver medal in the 16th Senior Women National Football Championship in Haldia, West Bengal on 16 March, 2008. She scored a total 15 goals to be declared the woman of the tournament.
*     Led Odisha to Silver medal in the U-19 Women National Football Championship, Rourkela, Odisha, 2006.
*     Represented Odisha in the Senior Women National Football Championship, Diphu, Assam, 2002.

INTERNATIONAL:
*     Represented India in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup (Qualifiers), which was held in Palestine from May 21, 2013.
*     Scored a total of five goals, including a hat-trick against Bhutan to help India the Gold medal in the inaugural SAFF Women Football Championship at Colombo, Sri Lanka on Sept 16, 2012.
*     Represented India in the AFC Women Qualifying Round-I, Dhaka, Bangladesh, March 2011
*     Helped India win
Gold medal in the inaugural SAFF Women Football Championship at Coxs Bazar Stadium, Bangladesh on Dec 23, 2010. She scored one goal against Bhutan and two against Sri Lanka.
*     Helped India win the Gold medal in the 11th South Asian Games women’s football tournament at Dhakka, Bangladesh on February 8, 2010. She scored one goal against Sri Lanka.
*     Represented India in the AFC Women Asia Cup Qualifying Round, Teheran, Iran, 2007.
*     Represented India in the AFC U-19 Women Championship, Malaysia, 2006.
*     Represented India in the AFC Women Qualifying Round, Hanoi, Vietnam, 2005.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
*     Got a job in Vedant Aluminium Limited, Jharsuguda as resource person in 2008.


PROFILE FIRST HOSTED: February 23, 2011
PROFILE LAST UPDATED: 11 May, 2021


Copyright @ Orisports.com Powered by: KDC TECHNOLOGIES