16th NSF Martyrs' Memorial Trophy 2015
12.09.2015: 16th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy 2015 The 16th Edition of NSF Martyrs' Memorial Trophy 2015 will be commencing from 16th September under the theme ‘Goal for Peace’ organize by Angami Students’ Union (ASU) in memory of Lt. Kekuojalie Sachü (Kohima Village) & Lt. Vikhozo Yhoshü (Kigwema Village) in the state capital at Kohima Local Ground with Shri.Y Vikheho Swu, Hon’ble Minister for Road & Bridges and former president NSF (1993-95) as the chief guest at 1:00pm. Altogether 63 teams with 1134 players will be participating for the coveted championship this year, Kohima 49 teams, Phek 2 team, Dimapur 6 teams, Peren 3 teams, Tuensang 1 team and 2 teams from the state of Manipur. The organizing committee also informs all the schools and colleges in the state capital to participate the grand opening ceremony and reach by 12:30pm at local ground Kohima. Prizes are:- 1. Champion - Rs.1, 60,000/- 2. Runners-up - Rs.1, 00000/- 3. Losing Semi finalist - Rs.20, 000/- each. 4. Losing Quarter finalist - Rs.10, 000/- each. Individual prizes :- 1. Best defender- 2. Best Midfielder- 3. Best Keeper- 4. Highest goal scorer- 5. Player of the Tournament-
16TH NSF TROPHY FIXTURES and RESULTS
FINAL : 15.10.2015: Khulioh King FC 0-3 Barak FC
Fastest goal was scored by Sorhosul Pucho of Tiema Khe, Kidima in 0.18 seconds
Total Goal scored – 209
Hat-trick- 13 from 10 players
Highest goals scored in a match -Tiemkhe Kidima beating Junior Anchor Club 9-0
Highest Goal Scorers:
14 Goals : Nunsang Ao of Khuloih Kng FC, Tuensang 10 goals : Meren(11) of Pro Streax United Dimapur
1. Champion : Rs.1,60,000/ Barak FC Peren
2. Runners-up: Rs.1,00000/ Khulioh Kimg FC Tuensang
1. Best Keeper : Peusidibe (1) GK –Barak FC
2. Best defender - Sangyem Salim(4) –Barak FC
3. Best Midfielder : Yami(11)-Senapati FC
4. Highest scorer : Meren(11) Pro Streak United Club and Nungsang(14) Khulioh King FC 5. Player of the Tournament : Nungsang (14) Khulioh King FC
Semi-Final 2: 13.10.2015 : Khulioh King FC 5-1 Pro Streax united Dimapur Semi-Final 1: 12.10.2015 : Barak FC 2-0 Senapati FC Manipur QR FINALS 10.10.2015 : 3rd QF: Pro-Streak United Dimapur 5-0 Naga Bazar Youth Org 10.10.2015 : 4th QF: Addax Fc 1-2 Senapati FC Dimapur 09.10.2015 : 1 QF: Khulioh King ,Tuensang 1-0 Alianza FC 09.10.2015 : 2 QF: Barak FC 5-0 Laii YS Org, Manipur PRE QR FINALS 08.10.2015 : 7 PQF: Headwinds FC 3-3,(2-4)Naga Bazar Youth Org 08.10.2015 : 8 PQF: MT Youth Club 0-1 Senapati FC Manipur 07.10.2015 : 5 PQF: Tiema-Khe Kidima 1-1,(2-4)Addax FC 07.10.2015 : 6 PQF: Meriema VYO 1-2 Pro-Steax United Dimapur 06.10.2015 : 3 PQF: Laii YS Org, Manipur 1-0 Kohima Village Students Union 06.10.2015 : 4 PQF: Alianza FC 1-1,(4-2) New Market XI 05.10.2015 : 1 PQF: Khulioh King, Tuensang 1-0 Tribal FC,Kohima 05.10.2015 : 2 PQF: Barak FC 1-0 Country Boys FC ====== 2nd round 03.10.2015 : Naga Bazar Youth Org 0-0, 4-2 Kimho Jr FC,Kohima 03.10.2015 : The Quasars Club Kohima 0-1 Headwinds FC Kohima 02.10.2015 : MT Youth Club 5-0 Ablaze FC 02.10.2015 : Kigwema Students Union 2-1 Senapati FC, Manipur 01.10.2015 : Pro Streax United Dmp 5-2 Khuzama Youth Organization 01.10.2015 : Meriema VYO 6-0 Capital College ====== 30.09.2015 : Tiema Khe,Kidima 3-1 Veracious FC Phek 30.09.2015 : Medziphema VSU 1-1,(2-4) Addax FC 30.09.2015 : Tiema Khe,Kidima 3-1 Veracious FC Phek 30.09.2015 : Medziphema VSU 1-1,(2-4) Addax FC ====== 28.09.2015 : Laii Youth & Students Org Manipur 1-0 Get Them Go,Kohima 28.09.2015 : Modern College, Kohima 0-5 Kohima Village Students Union ====== 26.09.2015 : Barak FC 5-0 Sechii Zubza Youth Org 26.09.2015 : Forerunner 4th NAP 1-1(2-4) The Tribal FC,Kohima 26.09.2015 : Yhome FC 1-2 Country Boy FC 26.09.2015 : Khulioh King,Tuensang 6-0 10th NAP(IR) XI ====== 25.09.2015 : Naga Bazaar Youth Organization 2-0 Native Feathers Ntuma Peren 25.09.2015 : Poilwa Youth Oragnziation 1-2 Headwinds FC Kohima ====== 24.09.2015 : Vanguard FC 1-2 Ablaze FC Kohima 24.09.2015 : Spartans FC Patkai CC, Dmp 0-0(3-4) The Quasars Club Kohima 24.09.2015 : Kigwema Students Union 5-0 Model Christian College, Kohima 24.09.2015 : Perizie XI, Kohima 0-3 Senapati FC Manipur ====== 23.09.2015 : MT Youth Club Kohima 2-0 Street Hawk Kohima 23.09.2015 : Pro-Streax United Dimapur 4-0 Young Zeal, Kohima 23.09.2015 : Khuzama Youth Org 0-0 (4-3) St. Joseph’s College 23.09.2015 : Nagaland University 0-1 Capital College of Higher Education ====== 22nd September – Addax FC -5-0- Taurus FC 22nd September – Meriema Village -2-0- Venns FC. 22nd September – Khulioh King FC -7-1- Katakhrie FC. 22nd September – Kohima Science -0-0(3-1) Kings FC. 21st September - Tiema-Khe,Kidima -9-0- Junior Anchor Club kohima 21st September - Flamers FC Kohima -0-6- Veracious FC,Phek 21st September - Dihoma VSU -1-2- Medziphema VSU 21st September - Zhavame SU, Phek -0-5- New Market XI 19th September – FC United Zhadima -0-2- Allanza FC Kohima 19th September – Oriental College -4-1- Galacticos FC KOhima 19th September – Govt H.S.School, Seikhazou -0-2- Kohima Village Students Union 19th September – DC XI, Kohima -1-2- Modern College Kohima 18th September – FC Lenlem, Kohima -2-3- Get Them Go 18th September – Lao Youth Students Org, Mnp -3-2- Zodiac FC Kohima 18th September – Forerunner 4th NAP Bn -1-0- New Market B 18th September – The Tribal FC Kohima -1-0- Kohima College 17th September – Phezhu Boys Club, Jotsoma -0-4- Yhome FC Kohima 17th September – 10th NAP(IR) XI -0-0(5-4) ICFAI University, Dimapur 17th September – Sechii-Zubza Youth Org -5-1- Naga Boys Club(1st batch) 17th September – Billy Grahama FC Kohima -1-1(3-4) Country Boys FC 16th September - Barak FC -6-0- Boyz United FC Chiechama
21ST CLASSIC CUP 2015
Fixtures and Results - 21st Classic Cup 2015
FINAL : Barak FC retains title 20.11.2015: Barak FC retained the title of the 21st Classic Cup 2015 organized by Classic Club Kohima on Friday at the Kohima Local Ground. Barak FC beat HQ IGAR (North) 3-2 via tie-break, after a 1-1 draw within the allotted full time play and 15 minutes of extra time. Swift movement of the match - Tingyek Konyak of Barak FC Rs. 3000 MaN of the Match” - K. Chizo of HQ IGAR (N) Rs. 2500 K. Chizo opened the account for HQ IGAR (North) in the 17th minute . The equalizer for Barak FC came through Mayoshing Khongriwo in the second half in the 83rd minute. Barak FC pocketed a cash prize of Rs. 1,50,000 along with trophy and citation. HQ IGAR (N) donated its runner-up prize money of Rs. 80,000 to Classic Club as a sign of encouragement to the Club to continue its tournament and various social activities. AWARDS OFTHE TOURNAMENT Player of the Tournament - Yami Yongbah (Barak FC) Rs. 10,000. Highest Scorer - Shamba Samson (Fraternity FC) 9 goals Rs.5000 Best goalkeeper - Pesidibe Zeliang (Barak FC) Rs. 5000 Best Defender - Y. Sunder Singh (HQ IGAR (N) Rs. 5000 Best Midfielder - Khuanjang (Head Hunter) Rs. 5000
1st SEMI : 17.11.2015 : Barak FC 1-0 Naga FC BAR : Nzauhut Nbung 16' Man of the Match Award : Mayosing Khongreiwa of Barak FC Swift Movement of The Match Aloumei Pamei of Naga FC 16.11.2015 : Quarter-final : HQ IGAR(N) 2-0 Naga bazaar Y.O 16.11.2015 : Alfa Squad, Chedema 0-3 Head Hunters 14.11.2015 : 1st QF : Lhiesema Youth Organization 1-0 Naga FC 14.11.2015 : 2nd QF : Dejavu FC 0-9 Barak FC 13.11.2015 : 7th Pre Quarter-finals : Dzuvuru XI 0-0, 2-3 Alfa Squab Chedema 13.11.2015 : 8th Pre Quarter-finals : MT Youth Clu 0-2 Head Hunters 12.11.2015 : 5th Pre Quarter-finals : Nagabazar YO 1-0 Medziphema United 12.11.2015 : 6th Pre Quarter-finals : Chiiziema FC 1-5 HQ IGAR(N) 11.11.2015 : 3rd PQF : Vanguard FC 0-0, 2-3 Dejavu F C 11.11.2015 : 4th PQF : Barak FC 4-0 Headwinds FC 10.11.2015 : 1st PQF : Fraternity FC 1-1, 6-7 Lhiesema Youth Org 10.11.2015 : 2nd PQF : Hurricane Boys 0-3 Naga FC 09.11.2015 : School Education FC 0-5 MT Youth Club 09.11.2015 : Nokmei FC 0-5 Head Hunter 7th November - Pfuratsie FC 0-2 IGAR(N) 7th November - New Market B 1-3 Dzuvuru XI 7th November - Prege FC 1-2 Alpha Squab ------------ 6th November - Meriema United 1(3)-1(4) Nagabazar YO 6th November -4th NAP FC 0-1 Medziphema United, 6th November -Chiiziema FC 5-0 Ablaze FC ------------ 5th November -Lhiesema YO 2-2, 5-4 Galaxy FC 5th November -Hurricane Boys FC 1-0 Veens United FC 5th November -Falcon FC 0-7 Naga FC ------------ 3th November - Headwings FC 3-2 Kohima Royal Kickers 4th November - Rooster Club 0-6 Vanguard FC 4th November - Bhalyos FC 0-3 Dejavu FC 4th November - Fraternity FC 9-0 Fennec FC ======
2nd PENALTY SHOOT OUT TOURNAMENT - KOHIMA 2016
WTF wins 2nd penalty shoot-out tournament 2016
21.03.2016: Kohma : Where is The Food(WTF) emerged as the of the 2nd penalty shoot-out tournament organized by the Prodigies. In the final match on Saturday, WTF beat Forerunner FC by 5-4 in the summit clash. In the 3rd and 4th place match, Upper L.Khel ,NPF Unit down Themeizie Fellowship, KBK by 5-4. Altogether 32 teams participated in the one-day tournament. Earlier the tournament was officially declared opened by Khriehu Liezietsu, parliamentary secretary Youth Resources and Sports.
1st prize – Where is The Food (WTF) Rs.30,000.
2nd Prize- Forerunner FC-Rs.20,000
3rd Prize- Upper L.Khel ,NPF Unit-Rs.10,000
4th Prize- Themeizie Fellowship, KBK- Rs.5,000
Best Goal Keeper – Banhie( Upper L.Khel,NPF Unit) Rs.5,000
KOHIMA 19.03.2016 : 32 teams to take part in the 2nd Penalty Shootout tournament scheduled on March 19 at local ground, Kohima.
Khed Youth “A” / KODH “A” / KBHSS “B” / Hallux A / Khedi Junior CE “A” / Chedema BKK / Q Lounge B /Themezie Fellowship KBK / New Market “A” / Rejuvenile / Christ King Junior / Forerunner FC / NAAME / Score Heroes / Kezekevi Club / Kohima Raiders “A” / KODH “A” / Q Lounge “A” / Christ King Senior / Hallux “B” / Upper L. Khel NPF Unit / Kohima Raiders “B” / KBHSS "A" / Peli 14, L.Khel RIOT / Khedi Church Junior CE “B” / Street Hawks / Khedi Youth “B” / Zhavi’s Club / New Market “B” / Where is The Food(WTF)/ esema BKK
02.03.2016 :XAV.R - NAGALAND : The SIX-A-SIDE - 2nd Penalty Shootout tournament will be played on March 19TH 2016 at local ground, Kohima, organized by Prodigies, with the theme “Transcending a Stronger Fellowship”. The entry fee is fixed at Rs.2000 and the last date of form submission is March 14.
A total of Rs.70, 000 cash on offer for 2nd Penalty Shootout tournament Seventy thousand cash money is at stag at the six-A-Side -2nd Penalty Shootout tournament scheduled on March 19 at local ground, Kohima. Speaking to media here today at WTF ,The Naga Diner, the organizer Prodigies, said that over fifty teams is expected for the one-day tournament which is will be fun-fare mega event..
Prizes 1st prize -Rs.30,000 / Running trophy and certificates
2nd Prize- Rs.20,000/ certificates
3rd Prize- Rs.10,000/certificates
4th Prize- Rs.5,000/ certificates
Best Goal Keeper - Rs.5,000/ certificates. STAY WITH US DETILS ARE COMING SOON
Football –The game with context to Nagaland
xavier Rutsa. 14.03.2016 : Football is a game easy to play but difficult to master. One can just get a ball and start kicking around. That was how it all began decades ago, generated interest, drew the fancy of the fans and created frenzy. Class and craft, skill and ball control, level of competency and other niceties followed eventually leading to a game with awesome dimensions. Football is the most popular hobby world over, including our own state Nagaland. Today, more people play it and many more pursue it.
Football’s fantasy has now fanned out to far away place of humans habitations in all the six continents. The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) today more than affiliates of 220 countries. In Nagaland, football till now presents a grim face. Though it boosted of having the first Indian football captain to Olympics way back in 1948, in the form of legendary Dr. T. Ao. Almost 70 year’s down the year the state failed in producing more Dr. T. Ao’s. At some instance some players made forays, but only short lived.
Lack of support from government more so the football association also failing on its part. Today’s we hard hardly have any good infrastructure or a exclusively football stadium One would at the same time like to know the efforts made by the Nagaland Football Association(NFA) in promoting the game during the past few years. The game is now dominated by money and players, in the world of football fantasy, (however this is just the opposite in Nagaland) increasingly becoming cash conscious. Not having finances of its own, the federation is delicate situation.
Given the way the game is treated on the small screen, there is no reason why anyone would pour in any money. It will of course have to be under the aegis of the parent body. The profits too should go to the conducting coaching and training camps etc and even organizing tournament and at the same can sit back and enjoy the success of the tournament. Direct involvement of business houses will certainly go a long way in ensuring the proper conduct of tournaments with the players also profiting. They will be looked after well and at same time collect a decent packet.
Corporate sector must be involved in sport :The Tatas have been in touch with the various countries after having received a favourable response from both the Asian Football Confederation and the All-India Football Federation (AIFF). This ndustrial giant has already contributed considerably by way of encouraging football among the juniors with the establishment of the Tata Football Academy from whose stable have emerged some of the leading players now doing duty for the various clubs in the ongoing Indian Football League.
Quite a number of players from the TFA have also worn national colours. The Tata Football Academy at Jamshedpur is the latest offering though one recalls the pioneering effort of this industrial giant in introducing the super soccer series some years ago.
Seketou –Rising custodian from Nagaland
XAVIER RUTSA : 09.03.2016: Drawing inspiration from Manuel Neuer German custodian and Subratra Paul, Kevikielie Pienyu, a young lad is all rearing to go and take the game of football seriously. Aged 18, fondly known by friends as Seketou had already represented Nagaland at the under 14, Subroto Cup in New Delhi ,2011 and even taken part in the 4th and 5th Inter district “Catch them young” tournament organized by Nagaland government.
Seketou says he is exposed to and trained in all position of competitive play, skilled in defense techniques including delaying, heading, slide tackling, knowledgeable in rule of the game, team and individual strategy. “I take charge mentally with loud game voice in match” asserts the tall lanky goal keeper, who stands at 5 feet’s and 11 inches.
Already who won the laurel by bagging the Best Goalkeeper award in the 1st edition of penalty shoot-out tournament organized by Prodigies in 2015, Seketou says his favourate teams are Manchester United and Lajong Football Club and strongly aimed to play at higher level outside the state of Nagaland.
Starting playing football at the age of 10 years, Seketou had played for the following teams so far Kohima Komets Under 19 team in 2013, Oriental College in 2014 and New Market B” and Nagabazar Youth Organization in 2015. Recently he appeared for trail in Tata Football Academy in Shillong in February,2016 , however it was a learning experience for him. A highly potential custodian Seketou is expected to soar high and even deliver goods with his foot-balling talents.
BIO-DATA Name -Kevikielie Pienyu Nick Name – Seketou D.O.B- 26th May 1998 Height – 5 feet 11 inches Weight- 60 kgs Position – Goal Keeper Favourate Goal Keeper- Manuel Neuer Favourate Team- Manchester United Favorate Indian Goal Keeper- Subrata Paul Favourate Indian Team – Lajong FC, Shillong Career highlights 2011- u-14 (Nagaland team) at Subroto under 14, New Delhi 2011- 4th and 5th Inter District “catch them young” 2015- 1st penalty shoot-out for New Market “B” and awarded the Best Goal-Keeper 2013- Kohima Komets Under 19 2014- Oriental College -16th NST MM trophy 2015- Nagabazar Youth Organization -17th NST MM trophy