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Sports Wrap: DLC Heirok, Brothers FC, Referees XI march on in Maipakpi Trophy

Referees XI players Sahid Ali and Biken got yellow cards in the match for dangerous tackles.

ByIFP Sports Correspondent

Updated 8 Sept 2022, 6:14 pm

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(Photo: IFP)

DLC Heirok drubbed SYPA Awang Sekmai by 5-0 goals to plucked full points in 1st Maipakpi Memorial Trophy 2022 Nine a Side State Level Men's Open Football Tournament  organised by Mangal Foundation Heirok at City Club Playground.

In a one sided match, the DLC team had a scoring spree with Biju S striking twice while Bikram S, Rajesh and Thoiba fetched one goal each for the comfortable victory.

In the other matches, Brothers FC blanked Leydol by 4-0 goals to grab full points in a high voltage game. Lenin Singh and Apu Singh fetched two goals each for the win. Six Leydol players Chingkhei, Ngouba, Nongyai, Amujao, Hitler, Mangijao and four Brothers FC players Chumrei, Linthoi, Inaoton, Nepo got yellow cards for dangerous fouls.

Referees XI got the better of YDC Khoirom by 3-2 goals to three points as well. Referees XI strucks first with PD Nanao, CR Guang, K.Wanglen fetching a goal each. L.Suraj Singh and K.Kishan Singh picked up a goal each for the YDC team. Referees XI players Sahid Ali and Biken got yellow cards in the match for dangerous tackles.

M Ratankumar new AMFA president

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The All India Football Federation has appointed Moirangthem Ratankumar Singh, President AMFA, as Head of Delegation of India Senior Women's Team for SAFF Women's Championship 2022 to be held at Kathmandu, Nepal.

GDC Thinungei in top spot of DSA Bishnupur Ibopishak League

GDC Thinnungei, despite having a goalless draw against TYDA Toubul, enjoy the top spot with 16 points in the 1st Late Th.Ibopishak Singh Super Division Football League 2022 organised by DSA Bishnupur at Mini Stadium.

In another match, BFA Nachou held on NCYWO Nungsai by 1-1 goals to share a point each. P.Zidane provided the opening goal for BFA team in 8 minute of play but JR Jonitson fetched the equaliser for Nungsai Chiru in 55 minute to level 1-1 goals. The current league status is that TYDA Toubul is on the second spot with 12 points while NCYWO Nungsai is on 11 points, YSWA with 9 points, Lashal Leimpokpam with 8 points, RFCC Papal with 6 points, KPFC with 3 points and BFA with 2 points. 

PSCC Chandel hails Ps Merling Anal selection for 36th National Games 2022

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The Squash Rackets Federation of India has shortlisted four players for participation in the 36th National Games 2022 to be held at Gujarat.

The Squash Rackets event which will be held from October 1-5 at IIT Gandhinagar have Busoria Kangjam, Laishram Joypreety Chanu, Joshi Laishram and Ps Merling from the state. The shortlisted athletes and team officials are to report at Gandhinagar on September 29.

In the meantime, the Panchai Sporting and Cultural Club has congratulated Ps. Meriling Anal of Panchai Village, Chandel on being selected for Squash Rackets event to represent Manipur state for the upcoming 36th National Games 2022.

Meriling Anal becomes the first tribal girl from Anal community of Chandel District to have achieved this glory in Squash disipline of sports. She is the daughter of Ps. Sungtha and Kt. Hmantha of Panchai village. She also bagged a bronze medal in the recently concluded 2nd Manipur Olympic Games 2022.

The PSCC also acknowledges the efforts of the interim executives of Chandel Olympic Associationˏ and the DSA Chandelˏ who have identified the potentials and promoted young players in the district.

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GDC ThinungeiNational Games 2022M RatankumarDLC HeirokBrothers FCmeipakpi trophyDSA Bishnupur Ibopishak Leaguenew AMFA presidentReferees XI

IFP Sports Correspondent

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Sports Bureau, Imphal, Manipur

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