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GUWAHATI, July 16 - City outfit FC Green Valley went 3-1 ahead in the first semifinal of the Assam State Premier League (ASPL) defeating Baarhoongkha AC of Kokrajhar at the Nehru Stadium here today.

The second leg semifinal will be played at Kokrajhar on July 18. Earlier, Karbi Anglong Morning Star FC of Diphu defeated Trinayanjyoti FC of Chabua 2-0 at Diphu last evening. Orok Orok Esseir and Benjamin Hanse netted one goal each for the Diphu team. Their second leg match will be played at Chabua tomorrow.

On an ideal playing condition at the Nehru Stadium George Prince drew the first blood for the local team in the 9th minute when the Nigerian striker pushed home off a pass from Rudra Boro.

In the 41st minute Pranab Das restored parity when the opponent custodian Samar Singh fumbled in gathering the ball off a shot from Daniel.

But three minutes after the equaliser, Rudra put his team ahead anticipating a pass from Bijoy Borgohain. Rudra struck again in the added time reading a measured pass from substitute Jagjit Singh.

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Advantage Green Valley

GUWAHATI, July 16 - City outfit FC Green Valley went 3-1 ahead in the first semifinal of the Assam State Premier League (ASPL) defeating Baarhoongkha AC of Kokrajhar at the Nehru Stadium here today.

The second leg semifinal will be played at Kokrajhar on July 18. Earlier, Karbi Anglong Morning Star FC of Diphu defeated Trinayanjyoti FC of Chabua 2-0 at Diphu last evening. Orok Orok Esseir and Benjamin Hanse netted one goal each for the Diphu team. Their second leg match will be played at Chabua tomorrow.

On an ideal playing condition at the Nehru Stadium George Prince drew the first blood for the local team in the 9th minute when the Nigerian striker pushed home off a pass from Rudra Boro.

In the 41st minute Pranab Das restored parity when the opponent custodian Samar Singh fumbled in gathering the ball off a shot from Daniel.

But three minutes after the equaliser, Rudra put his team ahead anticipating a pass from Bijoy Borgohain. Rudra struck again in the added time reading a measured pass from substitute Jagjit Singh.

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