Monday , November 28 2022

Junior Girls National Football Championship – Day 2: Loads of Goals!

Junior Girls National Football Championship - Day 2Day two of the 2016 edition of the Junior Girls National Football Championship kicked-off in Cuttack, Odisha with four games played in total across the two official venues – Barabati Stadium and Odisha Police Ground.

On a day of one sided matches, an impressive 53 goals were scored across the four matches with all the winning teams at least scoring 10 goals with Bihar scoring an astonishing 20 goals against Himachal Pradesh.

Match No-5: Manipur 12-0 Chhattisgarh – Barabati Stadium
Manipur won the game with an impressive 12-0 scoreline! The goalscorers for Manipur were Y. Hemalata Devi (6th, 90th+3), Puja Tandi (21th – own Goal), M. Ratnabala Devi (38th, 50th, 65th, 68th, 73rd, 78th), H. Daya Devi (56th, 59th), and S. Ratna Chand (86th).

Match No-6: Bihar 20-0 Himachal Pradesh – Odisha Police Ground
Bihar won the game with an incredible 20-0 scoreline! The goalscorers for Bihar were Archana Kumari (5th, 26th, 47th, 85th), Neha Kumari (8th, 21st, 41st, 50th, 62nd, 70th, 71th), Aashu Kumari (14th), Tara Khatun (25th, 32nd, 67th, 69th), Priyanka Dutta (28th – own goal), Shyma Rani (40th, 75th), and Soni Kumari (42th).

Match No-7: Jharkhand 11-0 Madhya Pradesh – Barabati Stadium
Jharkhand won the game with an impressive 11-0 scoreline! The goalscorers for Jharkhand were Asha Kumari (20th, 33rd, 57th, 68th, 71st, 86th), Mamata Kumari (28th, 51st, 74th), Dolly Kumari (36th), and Puja Kumari

Match No-8: Gujarat 0-10 Haryana – Odisha Police Ground
Haryana won the game with an impressive 10-0 scoreline! The goalscorers for Haryana were Anjali Sanyal (14th), Renu (18th, 42nd, 75th, 87th), Nisha (34th, 44th, 63rd, 74th), and Anita Rani (55th).

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