NSF Martyrs Trophy: Bandits, Asufü, Head Hunters progress

NSF Martyrs Trophy: Bandits, Asufü, Head Hunters progress
Players of Head Hunters and United Falcon in action during the final match of the day on Wednesday. (NP))
Correspondent KOHIMA, OCT 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/20/2021 12:30:18 PM IST

On the 10th day of the ongoing NSF Martyrs Memorial Trophy, the Bandits FC Kohima, Asufü CI Manipur and Head Hunters progressed to the next round by winning their respective matches at IG Stadium, here on Wednesday.

In the first match of the day, Bandits FC Kohima scored two goals in a match off against Billy Graham FC who had to settle for a single goal. Although Luke Seb playing for Billy Graham scored a surprisingly early goal in the 35th second of the match the team failed to keep up the pace and had to settle with a single goal.

The equalising goal by Thejaselie Terhüja playing for Bandits came in the 10th minute of the game and later teammate Khiti Kath scored an additional goal in the 42nd minute of the game.

The second match of the day played between Asufü CI Manipur and Young United 18 Boys FC also ended with a similar outcome to the first match 2-1. The opening goal for the match was initiated by Kikrubeizo Keditsu playing for Young United in the 29th minute. While in the 32nd minute, Adarhü Likhi playing for Asufü scored the equalizer which was quickly doubled by Kajükho in the 33rd minute.

In the final match of the day, Head Hunters dominated United Falcon with a score 4-1. Komezo Kuotsu, playing for United Falcon, scored the lone goal for the team in the 31st minute.

However, Chingsha Jina, representing the Head Hunters, netted a goal in the 36th minute. Later, his teammates Samson scored a double in the 38th and 59 minutes with the final score by Chingkamlung in the 70th minute.

There will be a break for the tourney on October 21 while from October 22 there will be only two matches in a day.


1st match-12:30pm

Mele FC Vs Khuzama United FC

2nd match-2pm

Kitsubozou Youth Society Vs Gaziphema FC Manipur

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