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WIFA Women’s League: Kenkre FC register dominant win, PIFA secures injury time victory


Footie First (Mumbai) 3-1 India Rush SC (Mumbai)

Tanvi (US), who plays as a forward, scored the first and only goal for India Rush FC in the 10th minute of the match. In reply, Annu Gupta (substitute) opened the proceedings for the Footie First in the 26th minute. She also received the only yellow card of the match in the 41st minute. Mamta Kumari got the lead for Footie First in the 46th minute of the game, and then Atisha Saini doubled their lead in the 75th minute.

Next Sports Academy(Palghar) 0-9 Kenkre FC (Mumbai)

Kenkre FC stormed through the defence of Next Sports Academy by scoring nine goals in the match. Yumlembam (Thailand) and Harshika scored trebles, Pranita Nimkar scored a brace, and one goal from Mitali Devi. Yet another one-sided outing for the Next Sports Academy.

Amma FC (Nagpur) 0-0 Vs Snigmay FC (Pune)

The scoresheet might not show the resistance offered by both teams. An evenly-balanced duel that ended in a goalless draw.



S.P Football Academy (Thane) 0-1 PIFA Sports (Mumbai)

The match was pretty poised throughout its length. Thane based S.P Football Academy showed the gritty nature of their defence. Akanksha Kandalkar for PIFA Sports converted the penalty in the 90+1 minute of the game. That was the only goal that later separated the two sides.

Pacangan FC (Satara) 1-2 Krida Prabodhni (Pune)

From a 0-0 to a 0-2, in a short span of 60 seconds, Krida Prabodhni created a comfortable cushion of two goals. Courtesy to the goals of Sakshi Ghusalkar (27th minute) and Sanika Deshpande (28th minute). In the second half, Arya More produced a gem to score one(68th minute) for the Pacangan FC. Krida Prabodhni further ensured and walled their defence for the remainder of the match.