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Bhagyashree strikes as Maha down Goa to emerge champions

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Bhagyashree Dalvi's superb lone strike enabled girls emerge champions in the OORJA - CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017(Phase-II) Tournament played today at

In an evenly-contested final, the junior international footballer Bhagyashree gave the breakthrough when she found the back of the net inside the final 10 minutes of the first half.



Thereafter, Maharashtra, with some resolute defending kept the Goan attackers in check and managed to hang on to their slender lead to come out trumps.

Earlier in the semi-finals, girls brushed aside the challenge from hosts coasting to a 5-2 victory.

The feature of Maharashtra's win was the twin strikes from Reetika Sahani, while Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes and Aishwarya Gadekar added one each to complete the winning tally for Ayushi Patel and Mansi Wakhariya scored a goal each for the home team.

In the other semi-final, tamed Andaman & Nicobar 9-0.

- Girl's (Final): 1 (Bhagyashree Dalvi) beat 0.

Semi-finals: 5 (Reetika Sahani 2, Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes, Aishwarya Gadekar) beat 2 (Ayushi Patel, Mansi Wakhariya).

beat 9-0.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bhagyashree strikes as Maha down Goa to emerge champions

Bhagyashree Dalvi's superb lone strike enabled Maharashtra girls emerge champions in the OORJA - CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017(Phase-II) Tournament played today at Ahmedabad. In an evenly-contested final, the junior international footballer Bhagyashree gave Maharashtra the breakthrough when she found the back of the net inside the final 10 minutes of the first half. Thereafter, Maharashtra, with some resolute defending kept the Goan attackers in check and managed to hang on to their slender lead to come out trumps. Earlier in the semi-finals, Maharashtra girls brushed aside the challenge from hosts Gujarat coasting to a 5-2 victory. The feature of Maharashtra's win was the twin strikes from Reetika Sahani, while Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes and Aishwarya Gadekar added one each to complete the winning tally for Maharashtra. Ayushi Patel and Mansi Wakhariya scored a goal each for the home team. In the other semi-final, Goa tamed Andaman & Nicobar 9-0. Results - ... Bhagyashree Dalvi's superb lone strike enabled girls emerge champions in the OORJA - CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017(Phase-II) Tournament played today at

In an evenly-contested final, the junior international footballer Bhagyashree gave the breakthrough when she found the back of the net inside the final 10 minutes of the first half.

Thereafter, Maharashtra, with some resolute defending kept the Goan attackers in check and managed to hang on to their slender lead to come out trumps.

Earlier in the semi-finals, girls brushed aside the challenge from hosts coasting to a 5-2 victory.

The feature of Maharashtra's win was the twin strikes from Reetika Sahani, while Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes and Aishwarya Gadekar added one each to complete the winning tally for Ayushi Patel and Mansi Wakhariya scored a goal each for the home team.

In the other semi-final, tamed Andaman & Nicobar 9-0.

- Girl's (Final): 1 (Bhagyashree Dalvi) beat 0.

Semi-finals: 5 (Reetika Sahani 2, Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes, Aishwarya Gadekar) beat 2 (Ayushi Patel, Mansi Wakhariya).

beat 9-0.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bhagyashree strikes as Maha down Goa to emerge champions

Bhagyashree Dalvi's superb lone strike enabled girls emerge champions in the OORJA - CAPFs Under-19 Football Talent Hunt 2017(Phase-II) Tournament played today at

In an evenly-contested final, the junior international footballer Bhagyashree gave the breakthrough when she found the back of the net inside the final 10 minutes of the first half.

Thereafter, Maharashtra, with some resolute defending kept the Goan attackers in check and managed to hang on to their slender lead to come out trumps.

Earlier in the semi-finals, girls brushed aside the challenge from hosts coasting to a 5-2 victory.

The feature of Maharashtra's win was the twin strikes from Reetika Sahani, while Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes and Aishwarya Gadekar added one each to complete the winning tally for Ayushi Patel and Mansi Wakhariya scored a goal each for the home team.

In the other semi-final, tamed Andaman & Nicobar 9-0.

- Girl's (Final): 1 (Bhagyashree Dalvi) beat 0.

Semi-finals: 5 (Reetika Sahani 2, Sonali Chemete, Naomi Fernandes, Aishwarya Gadekar) beat 2 (Ayushi Patel, Mansi Wakhariya).

beat 9-0.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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