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Manipur look to defend crown against Railways in Women’s National Football Championship final!

Defending champions Manipur will lock horns against Railways in the final of the 125th Senior Women’s National Football Championship at the EMS Stadium in Kozhikode on Thursday, December 9 at 3pm IST. The match will be streamed live on the Indian Football Team Facebook page and the Indian Football YouTube …

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Senior Women’s National Football Championship VIDEO: Railways 1-1,6-5 Mizoram – Match Highlights!

The first match of the semifinals of the Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2021-22 came to an end with Railways running away with a spot in the final by dint of the dreaded penalty shootouts, beating Mizoram 6-5 on penalties, after the match ended 1-1 at extra time at the …

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Railways beat Mizoram on penalties to reach Women’s National Football Championship final!

The first match of the semifinals of the Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2021-22 came to an end with Railways running away with a spot in the final by dint of the dreaded penalty shootouts, beating Mizoram 6-5 on penalties, after the match ended 1-1 at extra time at the …

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Banking on convincing start, Mizoram & Railways look to reach Women’s National Football Championship final!

Mizoram will clash with Railways in the first semifinal match of the Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2021-22 on Tuesday, December 7. Mizoram qualified for the semifinal stage for the first time ever in the history of the Senior Women’s National Football Championship. Elizabeth Vanlalmawii (10′,87′) and Lalnunsiami (24′,66′) scored …

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Manipur edge out Railways to enter final of Senior Women’s Nationals!

Manipur edged out a spirited Railways side 2-1 in the second semifinal of the 23rd Senior Women’s National Football Championship at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack earlier on Monday. Star striker Bala Devi opened the scoring for Manipur before Kamala Devi equalised for the Railways, with Bala heading in a …

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Clash of Titans in the semifinals of the Senior Women’s National Championships!

The 23rd Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2017/18 has reached its business end with the four deserving teams of Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Railways and Manipur set to battle it out in the semifinals tomorrow, February 12. The tournament currently underway in Cuttack, Odisha has been one of the most …

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Manipur wins Senior Women’s National Football Championship!

The Manipur women’s team won the Senior Women’s National Football Championship held in Phagwara, Punjab on Sunday, June 5. It beat the Railways 3-1 in the final. In doing so the team also extended its record run in the championship by lifting its 18th overall title. In a repeat of …

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India Women’s Championship: Facile victories for Railways & Pondicherry!

The Indian Railways beat Odisha 3-0 in a Group II quarterfinal match of the National Women’s Football Championship played at the JCT Sports Complex in Chohal, Punjab. The first-half was the evenly contested with Railways managing to keep Odisha at bay on a few occasions. After a barren first-half, Railways …

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VIDEO – XtraTime: East Bengal footballers return to Kolkata on ‘unreserved’ railway tickets!

As XtraTime reports, East Bengal officials showed a disgraceful gesture towards their players, as their star players like Mehtab Hossain, Arnab Mondal, Narayan Das, Mohammed Rafique and Subhasish Roy Chowdhury along with Goalkeeping Coach Abhijit Mondal had to face a terrible journey on their way back to the city after …

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71st Santosh Trophy: Mizoram trash Railways, qualify for the semifinals!

Mizoram inflicted a crushing 5-1 defeat against Railways to qualify for the semifinals of the 71st Santosh Trophy in a match played at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim. Both teams were locked 1-1 at half time. The first half was cagey with both teams measuring each other’s strengths. With both …

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