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NRL Football Academy, Shillong Lajong play 1-1 draw

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GUWAHATI, April 7 - In today�s match of the AIFF Hero Junior I- League, NRL Football Academy and Shillong Lajong played a 1-1 draw at the Nehru Stadium in RG Baruah Sports Complex here. Vishal Robidas and Baskrom Jharowa were the scorer for NRL and Shillong Lajong respectively.

Lutuma FA (B) emerge champs

Guwahati, April 7: Lutuma Football Academy (B) of Guwahati emerged as the champions of the 2nd edition of Decathlon Kipsta Cup held at Decathlon play area in Azara today. The two-day 5-a-side tournament organised by Sportscraft Management in association with Guwahati City FC (GCFC) saw 33 teams from across the Northeast participating in it. Lutuma FA (B) defeated NEFians 1-0 to lift the trophy and a cash prize of Rs 15,000. Runners-up NEFians were awarded with a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 7,500. Kushal Chetri of Lutuma FA (B) was adjudged the Most Valuable Player of the tournament which was supported by Champion�s Food Court, The News Mill, Egua and GMC, stated a press statement by Sportscraft Management.

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NRL Football Academy, Shillong Lajong play 1-1 draw

GUWAHATI, April 7 - In today�s match of the AIFF Hero Junior I- League, NRL Football Academy and Shillong Lajong played a 1-1 draw at the Nehru Stadium in RG Baruah Sports Complex here. Vishal Robidas and Baskrom Jharowa were the scorer for NRL and Shillong Lajong respectively.

Lutuma FA (B) emerge champs

Guwahati, April 7: Lutuma Football Academy (B) of Guwahati emerged as the champions of the 2nd edition of Decathlon Kipsta Cup held at Decathlon play area in Azara today. The two-day 5-a-side tournament organised by Sportscraft Management in association with Guwahati City FC (GCFC) saw 33 teams from across the Northeast participating in it. Lutuma FA (B) defeated NEFians 1-0 to lift the trophy and a cash prize of Rs 15,000. Runners-up NEFians were awarded with a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 7,500. Kushal Chetri of Lutuma FA (B) was adjudged the Most Valuable Player of the tournament which was supported by Champion�s Food Court, The News Mill, Egua and GMC, stated a press statement by Sportscraft Management.

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