Super Division 1st semifinal today
SRINAGAR: Four matches of the DFA Srinagar A-Division League were played on Wednesday here. Two matches of the League were played at Synthetic Turf, TRC, while the other two were played at Gindun Ground, Rajbagh.
The first match between Mehjoor FC and Seven Star FC, was won by Seven Star FC by 2 goals to 1. Inayat and Umer scored one goal each for Seven Star FC while Sahil was the scorer for Mehjoor FC.
The second match was played between United Kashmir FC and Pandrathan FC. United FC won the game 2-0. Aqib and Hassan were the scorers for Pandrathan FC.
The third match of the day was played between Real Cosmos FC and Baghi Hamdan FC. Real Cosmos FC defeated Baghi Hamdan FC by 2 goals to 0. Umair Khan scored two goals for Real Cosmos FC.
The 4th match was played between Makdoomi FC and Nishat FC. Both teams played a 1-1 draw.
In Super Division, the first semifinal match of the League was announced on Wednesday.
The first semifinal will be played between Jehlum Sports and Syed Tajuddin FC on 30-09-21 at 4:00 PM. While the other semi will be played between Real Kashmir FC (U-18) and Galaxy FC.
1st Positive Kashmir Knockout Championship 2021
In the ongoing first edition Positive Kashmir Knockout Championship, Downtown Heroes defeated Syed Tajuddin FC 2-0 on Tuesday. The match, played under the floodlights, saw the first goal scored by Heroes’ foreign recruit, Frank. The second goal for Downtown Heroes was score Diler in the 75th minute. Diler was named man of the match.
‘Pele Of Kashmir’ League Cum Knockout Tournament 2021
Organised by the Welfare Forum Eidgah, ‘Pele Of Kashmir’ League Cum Knockout Tournament 2021 will begin from October 4. The matches will be played at the Idgah Playfield in Srinagar.
The tournament is dedicated to famous Kashmiri footballer, Late Farooq Ahmad Bhat, who was known as the ‘Pele’ of Kashmiri football.
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