SRINAGAR: Two matches were played on Thursday in the ongoing JKFA Professional League 2021 at the Synthetic Turf TRC in Srinagar.
In the first match J&K Bank XI defeated Real Kashmir FC (R) by one goal to nil. Aakif Reshi of J&K Bank scored the only goal of the match in the 55th minute. Nirdosh Sagotra of Bank XI was declared man of the match.
The 2nd match was played between SCFA XI and Hyderya Sports FC. A 6:30 pm kick off, the match was played under flood lights of the TRC ground.
In the 19th minute of first half, Mehraj of Hyderya Sports scored the first goal of the match. Hyderya then consolidated their lead in the 75th minute with a goal from Numair. Hyderya eventually won the match with a 2 goals to nil margin. Mehraj of Hyderya Sports was declared man of the match.
Two matches of the Pro League will be played today. The first match at 4:00 pm will be played between Shaheen FC Jammu and Downtown Heroes FC while the 2nd match will be played between Kashmir Avengers FC and Lonestar Kashmir FC at 6:30 pm under the flood lights.
The Professional League 2021 is being organised by the Jammu & Kashmir Football Association (JKFA) in collaboration with the J&K Sports Council.
Badamwari KO Tournament
3rd match of the Badamwari Knockout Football Tournament 2021 was on Thursday played between Lone Star FC and Madina Sports FC in which Lone Star defeated Madina Sports by 2 goals to nil. Adil from Lone Star FC was declared Man of the Match for his brilliant performance.
2nd Edition Anantnag Champions KO Football Tournament 2021
JKFA has invited DFA Anantnag affiliated clubs and football teams to participate in the 2nd Edition Anantnag Champions Knockout Tournament 2021. The competition is slated to start from August 3 and will be played at the Sports Stadium, Anantnag.
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