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Ablazer’s, Capital College, Tyrants and St. Joseph College surge ahead

By EMN Updated: Sep 26, 2013 10:11 pm

Kohima, Sept 26

Ablazer’s Football Club, Capital College, Tyrant’s Football Club and St. Joseph’s College move into the second round beating their respective rivals in today’s four matches opf the NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy organized by Angami Students’ Union at Kohima Local Ground.In the first match, Ablazer’s FC defeated United Blood Brothers FC by 3-1.
Kevisalie Kire netted the first goal for Ablazer’s in 29th minute to lead the first half by a solitary goal. In the second half, Razoulhoulie Sote doubled the margin in the 53rd minute followed by third from Keneingunyu Rutsa in 69th minute.
United Blood Brothers managed to find their face saver in the injury added time through Khruneito Chuzho. Capital College of Higher Education defeated Sphinx FC by 2-1 in a close shave second match of the day. Nikiye scored first for Capital College in the 22nd minute leading the first half with 1-0. Sphinx returned to the game with the much needed equalizer in the 64th minute. However, it was Capital College finally sealing the score board with their last minute lead netted by Shurhozelie.
In the third match of the day, Tyrants FC thrashed Nevuus FC by 3-0 with Novito Sale contributing two goals. Novito scored his first in the scoring the goals in the 29th and second in 57th minute while the middle goal was netted by Vilhouvoto Sale in 46th minute.
Playing the last match of the day, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama sent back visitors Inpui Naga Warriors Manipur by 2-0.
It was Paul Magh netting both the goals in the two halves. JIs first goal came in the 31st minute while second was netted a minute before the final whistle.

1st match
10:00 am
Eureka Club
Vs Gideon FC
2nd match
11:30 am
Sepfuzou FC
Vs Orion FC
3rd match
1:00 pm
Punachu Utd
Vs Marvels Utd
4th match
2:30 pm
Sansa Ukhrul
Vs 4th NAP FC

[tabs type=”horizontal”][tabs_head][tab_title]Arena Kings XI- promoting good health[/tab_title][/tabs_head][tab]Arena Kings XI – a newly formed team is all geared up to participate in the ongoing 14th NSF Memorial Martyrs Trophy 2013. The team is ‘Unique’ as all its players are professional wrestlers from Kohima Village, who has won various tournaments including coveted titles like champion of Open Naga Wrestling Championship and Naga Wrestling Championship. The team comprises of players of all age groups with the oldest players Razouvolie Kuotsu at 53 year and Kewhilhou Rutsa at 51 year. The player have come together not only to showcase their skills and expertise in the game but most importantly with the aim to promote a healthy lifestyle. In an age where almost everyone has become a victim of the comforts and luxuries of life, thereby neglecting their health, the team wants to send a strong and positive message to the society about the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The Arena Kings XI will be playing against the Jotsoma Students Union (JSU) on September 30 at 1.00 pm. The team has requested the support of the people in their Endeavour to promote the importance of leading a healthy and positive lifestyle.[/tab][/tabs]

By EMN Updated: Sep 26, 2013 10:11:45 pm