Day 36: RFYS 2018-19
Guwahati’s College Boys game saw University Of Science & Technology keep a clean sheet and score 7 goals past Lalit Chandra Bharali College. The Junior Boys from Rotary Public School overturned a goal deficit to defeat Ridge Valley High School 3-1 in Delhi.
In the knockout game in Shillong, after a goalless regulation time, St John Bosco Higher Secondary School defeated Raid Sadew Laitjem Secondary School 7-6 in a thrilling penalty shootout. To follow games from other cities, visit Football Schedule
Niraj Rajbanshi from Pansila Deshbandhunagar Vidyamandir clocked 11.98 seconds to bag the gold medal in Junior Boys 100m. Senior Boys 100m and Senior Girls 5000m are about to go live. To stay updated on the other events, visit Athletics Schedule
Jatinder Singh stars in Shri Ram College's 11-0 rout of Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College. Find out how the game panned Match Centre - In Kolkata, Suman Biswas from Madanpur.K.Vidyalaya won the 5000m event by clocking 16:10.69 seconds, followed by Biswajit Debnath (16:55.07) and Pankaj Mondal (17:29.26).
In Goa’s Junior Boys game, Our Lady of Perpetual Succor High School beat M.E.F.S Fatima High School 1-0, courtesy of a 25th minute strike from Glen Pio Dsouza. High Jump witnessed Srabanti Das bag the gold medal with a fine jump of 1.50m in the Senior Girls category.
Ramsing Ratva’s hat-trick guided Hiramani School to a 9-0 victory over St. Xaviers High School in Ahmedabad’s league game. In Dehdradun, Social Baluni School survived a late comeback surge against Seven Oaks School, claiming the victory 4-3 at FT.
Shotput Finals in Kolkata saw Arnab Sarkar bag the gold medal with an impressive throw of 14.65m in the senior boys category. 6 different players got on the scoresheet as Junior Boys from Kendriya Vidyalaya II defeated Sardar Patel International School 15-0 in Indore’s qualifier game.
In Kolkata, 5000m races got over for College Boys and College Girls. While Barrackpore Rastra Guru Surendra Nath College's Santosh Yadav claimed the College Boys gold, Midnapore College's Sanghamitra Mahata won the College Girls gold medal. Check the Athletics schedule of Kolkata below.
St. Ursulas High School came back from a goal down to defeat CMS English Medium Higher Secondary School 2-1 in Pune's Senior Boys fixture. Elsewhere, R.K Secondary Schoolwon a dramatic penalty shootout against Chiranjiv Bharti School.
The Millenium School from Lucknow have started the day off on a flyer, scoring 5 goals past City Montessori School Station Road in the Senior Boys category. To check the football schedule for today, visit Football Schedule
Action resumes at RFYS as Day 36 commences. 9 cities across India will host RFYS Football, while Kolkata continues its Athletics journey . Stay tuned to the blog to stay updated on the day's proceedings. To get a recap of events from yesterday, visit RFYS Day 35 Report