B-Division football league kicks off
Srinagar, June 3: The B-Division football league organised by J&K Football Association kicked off at Polo ground here on Sunday.
In the 80 teams from all over Valley are participated. The teams have been distributed in 16 groups and the matches would be played at Islamia College ground, SP College and Polo ground. The event was inaugurated jointly by JKFA President Zamir A Thakur and senior member DR Habib-ul-Lah.
On the inaugural day out of scheduled six matches five were played. In the first match, Friends United HMT defeated Fazili Nowheen Rambagh by 3-1 while as in second match Iman FC Habak were held to 1-1 draw by Kashmir Mughals-B. In the third match, Tengpora FC defeated Nadur Gund Peerbagh by 3-2 while as in fourth match; Wolverstine Bemina defeated Khanyar FC by 3-1. In the fifth match, Chinar Sports were held to 1-1 draw by Young Boys Balhama 1-1. The sixth match turned out as walkover affair as New Cosmos did not turned out on the field. United Barzullah were declared as winners.
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