EMAN FC beat DPS 3-2
RAHIM GREENS B-DIVISION LEAGUE
Srinagar, June 6: In the ongoing Rahim Greens B-Division football league four matches were played at two separate venues of city on Monday.
At TRC ground EMAN FC Habak and Majid Bagh emerged out as winners while at Polo Ground Khanyar won its match while other match turned out as draw.
At TRC ground first match was played between EMAN FC Habak and DPS Srinagar. EMAN FC Habak defeated DPS by 3-2. For winning team Raja Masharaf scored twice while Sarfaraz scored one. Imran scored both the gaols for DPS.
In second match, Majid Bagh football club defeated Friends Club Jamalatta by 1-0. Suhail scored the all important winning goal for Majid Bagh.
At Polo Ground first match was played between Al-Hilal Lal Bazaar and Azad FC PC Depo. The match turned out as 1-1 draw. Younis was the scorer for Al-Hilal while Fayaz scored for Azad FC. In the second match, Khanyar FC defeated Safallo-B by 1-0 Afzan Parvez scored the winning goal for Khanyar FC.
The event is being organised by J&K Football Association and sponsored by Rahim Greens.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 6 Jun 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 6 Jun 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 7 Jun 2011 00:00:00 IST
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