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HIMACHAL PRADESH

Himachal pradesh Himachal Pradesh Football Association announced their squad for 48th edition of Dr. BC Roy Trophy national football tournament for under- 17 boys, to be held at Jharkhand.

Himachal Pradesh Football Association General Secretary Deepak Sharma said that the team has been represented in every district of the state. He said that the football competition will be played from 20 to 30 September. Deepak Sharma said that the team has been selected under the supervision of experienced selectors. He said theat the Under - 17 state-level football team has been 21 players selected.

THE TEAM

Navdeep, Nikhil, Kangra lamp, Shivang, Sushil Kumar, Savik, Saurabh, Neeraj, Vishal Kumar, Mandi Mayurv, Suraj, Arinchi, Abhishek, Sandeep, Paras Manish. Jesus of Nigeria is the coach and Shubendu Bhardwaj has been appointed as team manager.

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DELHI

Mid-fielder Rohit Kumar of CRPF School will lead Delhi State Football team participating in the 49th National Football Championship- 2013-14 for Dr.B.C. Roy trophy scheduled to commence from September 19 to 29 at Ranchi, Jharkhand.

Mid-fielder Akash Prasad was named as vice-captain of the team selected by DSA selection committee consisting of Sharafat-ul-aha - Chairman, Liquat Ali- convenor after 15-day open selection trials-cum- coaching camp held at CWG Sports Complex, Akshardham.

The members of the squad are :

Goal-keepers : Varun Bisht, Raju Kumar, Zameer
Defenders : Gaurav BNora, Rishabh Bhandari, Asish Rai, Mukul Mawari, Mannan Balooni
Mid-fielders: Rohhit Kumar ( Captain), Basant, Akash Prasad (vice- captain), Vivek Chhetri, Vijay Malhotra, Shashwat Dev, Hrithik Arora
Forwards : Safwan Hashmi, Saurav Rawat, Rpshan C, Nitin Joshi, Jai Minocha, Vikrant Bhati
Stand-byes: Tejpal, Ankiet, Pyishu, Kartikey, Sai
Officials: Abhishek Basu (Coach), Liquat Alio (Manager), Abdul Wahid ( Physio )

Delhi has been placed with hosts- Jharkhand, Assam, Tamilnadu. Delhi plays its first match against Assam om Sept. 20, followed by next against Jharkhand on Sept. 22 and the last one against Tamilnadu on Sept.24. One top team will qualify for the qr-finasl league The semi-finals will be held on Sept.26 and 27. The final is slated on Sept.29.

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GOA

GFA PRESS RELEASE : The following is the contingent representing Goa at the 49th Junior National Football Championship, for B.C. Roy Trophy, to be held at Ranchi (Jharkhand) from 19th to 29th September 2013:

PLAYERS :

MR. SCHUBERT D?COSTA - captain
MR. SHERWIN DA CUNHA
MR. SANTOSH PUJAR
MR. OZEN SILVA
MR. CRYSON FERNANDES
MR. ASSUMPTION SOARES
MR. LISTON FERNANDES
MR. SAMSON PEREIRA
MR. JESMON SOARES
MR. AKERAJ MARTINS
MR. CLIFFTON BARBOSA
MR. VEEGAN FERRAO
MR. MAHESH KUMAR
MR. LEANDER D?CUNHA
MR. JOHN FERNANDES
MR. MATHEW COLACO
MR. FLEMING DIAS
MR. MAXSAN FERNANDES
MR. ANIL SHIVOLKAR
MR. KIRTIKESH GADEKAR
Coach: MR. AJAY ACHARYA
Manager -cum- Asst.Coach: MR. CHARLES DIAS

MANIPUR

The selected players are as follows:

Goalkeepers: Sumthian-thang (DSA/CCpur), Md Habib (IEDFA), Y Dushanta (IWDFA); Defenders: N Tondonba (IW), Chugmei Mariangmei (IW), Y Arnold (IW), L Jacob (IW), Ch Gobin Singh (Bpr), Md Farish (IE); Midfielders: Md Yashir (IE), Akbar Khan (IE), Md Sadam (IE), Ak Loyangamba (Tbl), O Rahul (Kak), Md Shahruck (IW), Bonthanglun (Ccpur); Forwards: Th tiken (Bpr), Th Abinas (Kak), Y sushil (Tbl), SR Kagary (IE) .

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FIXTURES AND RESULTS



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25.09.2013: BENGAL              4-0   Manipur  

 BEN : Buddha - Hattrick, Atanu.



25.09.2013: Maharashtra         0-1  SAI

25.09.2013:Uttar Pradesh 	2-0  Haryana

25.09.2013: Mizoram 		7-2  Orissa

25.09.2013: Goa                 1-0  Meghalaya

25.09.2013: Karnataka           0-5  Punjab

25.09.2013: Madhya Pradesh 	1-0  Uttrakhand 







24.09.2013:Tamilnadu		1-1 Delhi

24.09.2013:Jharkhand 		1-5 Assam

24.09.2013:Chandigarh		3-1 Gujrat 

24.09.2013:Arunachal Pradesh 	0-1 Kerala

24.09.2013:J&K  		0-3 Rajasthan

24.09.2013:Sikkim 		6-4 Tripura



23.09.2013:Bengal 		1-1  Madhyapradesh

23.09.2013:Uttrakhand 		5-2 Manipur

23.09.2013:Himachal Pradesh 	1-4 SAI

23.09.2013:Bihar 		1-2 Nagaland

23.09.2013:Meghalaya 		2-3 karnataka

23.09.2013:Goa 			2-4 Punjab

23.09.2013:Uttar Pradesh 	0-0 Orissa

23.09.2013:Haryana 		0-9 Mizoram





22.09.2013: Tamilnadu      	0-0 Assam

22.09.2013: Delhi          	1-4 Jharkhand

22.09.2013: Arunachal Pradesh 	6-1 Jammu & Kashmir

22.09.2013: Karnataka 		2-2 Goa

22.09.2013: Orissa 		2-1 Haryana

22.09.2013: Tripura 		0-3 Gujarat 

22.09.2013: Sikkim 		1-3 Chandigarh





21.09.2013: Chhattisgarh   	0-0 Himachal Pradesh 

21.09.2013: Punjab 		2-1 Meghalaya

21.09.2013: Bengal 	   	0-4 Uttarakhand

21.09.2013: Madhya Pradesh 	2-0 Manipur

21.09.2013: Nagaland 	   	0-2 Maharashtra 

21.09.2013: Mizoram 		5-2 Uttar Pradesh



20.09.2013: Assam          	4-0  Delhi

20.09.2013: Jharkhand      	7-1 Tamilnadu 

20.09.2013: Jammu & Kashmir	0-12 Kerala 

20.09.2013: Rajsthan 		0-8 Arunachal Pradesh

20.09.2013: Chandigarh 		6-0 Tripura

20.09.2013: Gujarat 		3-1 Sikkim





19.09.2013: Maharashtra    	3-2 Bihar

19.09.2013: SAI                 6-0 Chattisgarh



FINAL



Mizoram are 49th edition of BC Roy Trophy Champions in the year 2013



29.09.2013: Mizoram   6-1   Assam
MIZ : (Mawihmingthanga - 24th, 84th, 90th Vanlalremkima - 45+5, 90+1, Vanlabiaa Chhangte - 51st)
ASM : (Jwngbla Bhahma - 17th)

AIFF MEDIa RELEASE : At halftime, Mizoram Coach L.Jonathana's tea tasted better than his Northeastern counterpart Karno Mushahary. At full time, Northeast's most-wanted beverage treaded the same path. At 1-1 in the Final of the 48th BC Roy Trophy here at the Birsa Munda Football Stadium in Ranchi on Sunday (September 29, 2013), both Assam and Mizoram were on the same boat. If the former relied on the counterattacks, the latter lacked teeth up front in spite of a flurry of raids.

But a mistake by Assam custodian Jikil Basumatary, drawing the dreaded red from the referee's pocket at the stroke of halftime turned the game on its head. Mizoram overawed 10-man Assam 6-1 in a lopsided Northeastern Derby to clinch their maiden Junior Nationals Trophy. While it was Assam's Jwngbla Bhahma who drew first blood, Mawihmingthanga (hattrick), Vanlalremkima (brace) and Vanlabiaa Chhangte scored either side of halftime to crown Mizoram's first triumph in the U-17 meet. Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren graced the occasion with his presence before the match.

"I am really proud of the way my Boys played not only in the Final but throughout the tournament," Mizoram Coach Jonathana said post match. With the match 19 minutes old, Assam scored against the run of play when Jwngbla Brahma, receiving a cross from the right flank, spun his marker beautifully to jab home from close. It took Mizoram six minutes to convert their possession ratio into a goal, Mawihmingthanga converting from the spot on the second attempt after being disallowed the first time by referee R Palmsen Moses.

Mizoram missed striker Vanlaldwatsanga who has been scoring in buckets for the Northeastern outfit. The Red Shirts whose best finish in the tourney was back in 1995-96 where they lost to Bengal 0-4 in the Final, spurned a hatful in the first half and would thanks their stars for not having to rue the misses. Vanlaldwatsanga was part of the Indian U-16 National Team in the SAFF U-16 Championships in 2012.

Apart from Vanlaldwatsanga, right-back Jonathan Lalmuansanga and striker Lalmuanzova had also donned National colours for India U-13 Team during the AFC U-13 Festival in Iran in 2011. The script completely changed for four-time Runners-Up Assam in first-half stoppage time. Down to 10-men after their custodian Jikil Basumatary - on a booking - was given marching orders for handling the ball outside his area, the green shirts fell prey to a venomous free-kick from Valremkima from the resultant free kick.

Change of ends saw no change of fortunes for wounded Assam as Mizoram cushioned their advantage in the 55th minute when Chhangte prodded home on the rebound. It had started raining in Ranchi by then and it rained goals on the pitch too. Mawihmingthanga added two more to his name in quick succession and Vanlalremkima curled home another free-kick from just outside the box deep into second half stoppage time.

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