Sethu were dominant from the start, and it took them all of four minutes to break the deadlock, as Dangmei Grace finished off a quick move.
A little over a quarter of an hour later, the India international netted again, this time, from the penalty spot. Just four minutes later, Dangmei's India teammate Ratanbala scored two in quick succession to make the scoreline 4-0 in Sethu's favour, even before the half-hour mark.
Sethu's Nepal international joined the act in the second half, scoring a hat-trick in 20 minutes, starting with a 57th minute goal that ended with a Cristiano Ronaldo-like celebration.
The second goal by Sabitra was a slick team move that was started off by Sandhiya, before Ratanbala put her through to score.
Sabitra linked up well with Sandhiya, who squared the ball back to her inside the box for the Nepal international to score.
In another match, after having lost 0-10 to Manipur Police, SAI-STC Cuttack looked to turn things around against Baroda Football Academy. They took the early initiative and played a swift passing game, often laying a siege on the Baroda penalty area.
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