JK goes down to Haryana in final
ALL INDIA AG OFFICE FOOTBALL MEET
Srinagar, Jan 11: In the All India Accountant General’s Office football meet, J&K Accountant General’s Office football team’s dream ended when they were defeated by Haryana in the title clash at Chandigarh on Friday.
Participating in the meet after more than 20 years, it was dream outing for the JK side when they were able to reach in to the final. Through out the event the team mostly comprised of new talented football recruiters stormed into the final on Thursday by defeating Punjab 1-0. For JK Shahnawaz was the scorer. In final, JK was defeated by Haryana 2-1. For JK Shahnawaz was again the scorer.
“It is really great to see AG’s team performing brilliantly in all India meet. It was possible because of the players who were recruited recently into the team,” said JKSDA President, Bashir Ahmad Malik.
“The department should be appreciated for giving employment to the players and I hope the team will strengthen by more recruits in coming time. With it the team has every chance to emerge powerhouse of JK football,” he added.
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