No goals were scored in the final group stage clash in the Senior Boys category. After 3 enthralling matchdays, 4 Junior Boys and Senior Boys teams have made their way into the play-offs. Here are the teams:
Group A: Maharana Pratap Sports College (Dehradun) and St. Anthony's HSS (Shillong)
Group B: Chowbaga High School (Kolkata) and Vedas International School (Delhi)
Group A: Shillong College (Shillong) and Rosary HSS (Goa)
Group B: Gangadharpur Vidyamandir (Kolkata) and Malabar Special Police HSS (Kozhikode)
Malabar Special Police HSS head into the break with a slender lead against Thakur College of Science and Commerce, courtesy of a sublime solo effort from Pratap E. Huge 45 minutes upcoming for both sides with a loss meaning an exit is imminent.
Narayan Nair Memorial HSS demolished Emerald Heights International HSS to register their first victory of the campaign. Kozhikode's champions took the lead through Abdul K after only 6 minutes, oozed new found confidence as they never looked back and completed a 7-0 rout of Emerald Heights International HSS.
Ved Vignan Maha Vidyapeeth registered an emphatic 7-3 victory, but just miss out on qualification to the play-off due to St. Anthony’s HSS superior goal difference. Tough loss for them, but the young boys can go out with their head held high. Lots to be proud for them as they went down fighting right to the wire.
The line ups are in and the warmups are done, taking the field next is the Junior Boys clash between Ved Vignan Maha Vidyapeet and St. Vincent’s High School. Both teams yet to notch a win this campaign will be rearing to start their 2019 on a right note.
Maharana Pratap Sports College pick up right where they left off in 2018 as they registered their third consecutive victory on the trot and booked a berth in the play-off. In a contrast to their previous games, Maharana Pratap Sports College had to dig in deep against St. Athony's HSS, before Ajay Arya’s strike in the 48th minute finally gave them a breakthrough. To get a detailed report of the game, visit Matchcentre.
It’s a gorgeous morning here at Reliance Corporate Park! Yesterday, the School Girls and College Boys played out their second round of fixtures and the day was filled with great goals, comebacks and upsets. With the qualification to play-off on the line, teams played out of their skin and that provided for an entertaining day of football. For a roundup of matches from yesterday, visit National Championship Day 4 Report.