Atisha hat-trick makes Footie First easy to win WIFA Women’s League

Footie First (Mumbai), powered by the brilliance of striker Atisha Saini who had a nice hat trick, shut out Snigmay FC (Pune) 4-0 in a WIFA Women’s Football League fifth round match played at Cooperage football on Sunday. This is the 2021-2022 AIFF Indian Women’s Football League qualifying tournament.

Opportunistic goalscorer Atisha scored the first goal in the 16th minute and 15 minutes later scored her second to double Footie First’s lead to 2-0 at the break. In the second half, Atisha completed her hat trick by scoring the third goal in the 52nd minute before Mamta Kumari converted a penalty in the 69th minute to complete the winning margin.

Earlier Amma FC Nagpur produced a strong fighting performance and managed to get the upper hand over determined Pacangan FC Satara by a 2-1 margin in another fifth round game played in the morning .

Super substitute Revati Kokare, who replaced Rinky Yadav midway through the first half, was the star of Amma FC as she scored both goals, one on either side of the break, to secure their victory. . The Pacangan FC girls showed a lot of resilience and managed to stay in the fight as striker Kumari Shikalgar scored the tying goal in the first half.

The game between Amma FC and Pacangan FC was the scene of a fierce struggle for supremacy and there was quite a bit of thrill on both ends.

Nagpur’s side of the game took the lead when Revati conceded an opening to score the opening goal in the 37th minute. But Satara’s daughters came back strong and two minutes later Kumari returned home to help her team equalize.

After the change of ends, Revati was in the thick of the action again and scored his own and the team’s second goal to regain the lead, which they managed to hold onto until the final whistle to take out. the worthy conquerors.

Results (Rd 5)

Amma FC (Nagpur) 2 (Revati Kokare 2) v Pacangan FC (Satara) 1 (Kumari Shikalgar); Footie First (Mumbai) 4 (Atisha Saini 3, Mamta Kumari-pen) bt Snigmay FC (Pune) 0

Aryan, Asles’ star in Pro-World Talent victory

Aryan Pawar’s undefeated 48 and Asles Swain’s six wickets were instrumental in winning Pro-World Talent Cricket Academy at Brain-4 Sports CA by three wickets in their last cricket league tie. under 12 MCC Talent Search, organized by the Jwala Sports Foundation at Air India Sport Club in Santacruz. With this victory, the Pro-World boys finished third with three out of five wins. The top two, Bhosale Cricket Academy (10 points) and MCC ‘A’ (8 points) will contest the final.

In play, the boys from Brain-4 Sports, with the exception of opener Yagnik Dange (39), were all at sea and were grouped together for 107, with Asles Swain (6/10) claiming bowling honors . In response, the boys at Pro-World Talent also faced moments of anxiety as they lost seven wickets for 81 races before Aryan Pawar, arriving at No.7, bailed them out with an unbeaten 48.

Brief Notes

Brain-4 Sports 107 all out (Yagnik Dange 39; Asles Swain 6/10, Advait Bhat 2/16) lost to Pro-World Talent CA 111/7 (Shreyas Khilare 39, Aryan Pawar 48 *; Aaysh Shete 2/20 , Vihaan Jain 2/15) per 3 weeks

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Posted on: Monday January 03, 2022 10:59 AM IST

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