Burn Hall to clash with Heavens Land in final
COCA COLA INTER-SCHOOL FOOTBALL TOURNEY
Srinagar, Dec 11: Burn Hall (BH) will clash with Heavens Land (HL) School in the final of the MIR Iqbal Hussain Trophy Coca Cola Inter-School football tournament after winning their semi-final clashes played at Polo ground here on Tuesday.
In the first match of the day, Heavens Land School defeated Green Valley, Ellahibagh by 4-3 while as in second match, Burn Hall School defeated Moon Land School Bemina by 3-0 goals. Asrar scored two while Dauood scored one for Burn Hall.
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