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District level Subroto Mukherjee Inter-School Football Tournament concludes at Ampati

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Ampati, June 24: The District level Subroto Mukherjee Inter-School Football Tournament, organized by District Sports Office, Ampati for schools of South West Garo Hills, concluded on Friday at Students’ Field, Ampati.

The tournament concluded with the final matches of the three categories, U-14 boys, U-17 girls and U-17 boys, and was graced by PK Sangma, ADC of South West Garo Hills as the Chief Guest, along with SM Marak, District Sports Officer and other guests from Sports Associations.

St Claret Higher Secondary School emerged as champion of U-14 boys category, beating Emanuel English School 4-0. By scoring 7 goals, Rakbatjohn S Sangma of St. Claret, Hr. secondary School became the top scorer in this category. Emanuel English School’s  Lastbirth D Sangma secured himself Player of the Tournament title and Mansrang S Sangma was awarded the Best Goalkeeper.

In U-17 girls category, Garobadha Hr. Secondary School defeated Bandalkona Sec. School 1-0. Anisha Arengh of Garobadha Hr. Secondary School scored 2 goals to become top scorer in this category, while her teammate Teanchi Sangma was awarded Player of the Tournament. Chaksabora Ch. Sangma of Ampati Government Hr. Secondary School was awarded the Best Goalkeeper in this category.

In U-17 boys category, the match ended in a draw and favoured Ampati Government Higher Secondary School at the penalty shootout to defeat Emanuel English School 3-2, making them champions in this category. Matsrang N Sangma scored 11 goals to become Top Scorer in this category. Ampati Government Hr. Secondary School’s Civillo Ch. Momin was awarded Player of the Tournament and his teammate Sallingbirth A Sangma was awarded the Best Goalkeeper in this category.

The winners of each category will be playing in the state level tournament in July.

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