I-League 2012-13: 17th Round: Pailan Arrows beat Shillong Lajong at home tie

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PAI: Poire, Prabir, Preetam, Prathomesh, Narayan, Vishal, Rajinder, Pronoy, Ganashan, Alwin, Doungel.
SLF: L.Ralte, Passah, Min-Chol-Son, Lalchhuanmawia, Lallawmzuala, Jeeban, Lalramluaha, Chitra, Lyngdoh, Sushil, Friday.
Referee: Durga Naik.

FT : Match end. Pailan won 1-0.
90': Added time 5 minutes.
85': 1-0 in favour of Pailan.
60': Pailan is leading 1-0 goals. Scorer Prabir Das.
52': Good Save by Poire in final moment.
46': 2nd half match starts.
HT : It's half time now on the match. Pailan is leading 1-0.
45': 2 minute added time.
38': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL..Prabir Das scored for Pailan. from a forward pass of Doungel from right side and Prabir placed the ball well.
35':Chance to Sushil from corner, his header just went over the bar.
34':Lajong's attack results a corner.
31':Chance to Prabir, but his shot went over the bar.
29':Prathamesh's shot, went over the bar.
24':Yellow Card. Referee shown yellow card to Vishal for bad tackle.
18':Back to back Vishal's two long throw, cleared in Lajong box.
16':No score still in the match.
11':This time it is Pailan's attack, ball cleared in Lajong's defence.
7':Sushil's shot, good stop by Poire.
5':Lalramluaha's shot, off target.
0':Kick off.

PREVIEW: I-League 2012-13: 17th Round: Pailan Arrows vs Shillong Lajong FC

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Pailan Arrows will host Shillong Lajong FC in the 17th round of the I-League encounter which will be held at the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata at 2PM on Sunday.

The Reds displayed a stunning performance at home against Pailan Arrows in November last year to win 3-1 against the AIFF developmental team with two goals coming from Sushil Kumar Singh and the third goal from Friday Gbeneme.

The North Eastern side will be looking for nothing less than a win and return home with all the three points which will be out for grabs tomorrow.

Sushil Kumar Singh who missed the game against Dempo due to suspension will be back to play in front for his team tomorrow. The encounter will be a pivotal one for the Reds who will look to consolidate their position further in the league table, and will seek to replicate their home performance against the Arrows.

8th National School Under-17 and 19 Football Girls Championship 2012-13: Nagaland, Bihar enter U-17 semifinals; Nirmala guides Maharashtra U-19s into last-4

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Defending champions Nagaland and last year's runners up Bihar (Under-17s) made it to the semifinals, while host's Maharashtra had mixed luck in the Pune Football Club 58th National School Under-17 and 19 Football Girls Championship 2012-13, organised by Directorate of Sports and Youth Services, Pune, Maharashtra and Zilla Krida Parishad, at Balewadi Sports Complex, on Saturday.

Nagaland who defeated Maharashtra in the group stage to survive in the Under-17 section scored a 3-0 win over Jharkhand, while Bihar ended Mizoram's run with a 3-0 verdict. However, group toppers Maharashtra went down fighting 1-2 to Haryana, who had so far swamped all opposition with ease.

For Haryana, Sanju and Jyoti score, while Maharashtra's Day 1 hero Shivani Dhamsheti reduced the margin for the home side. In the Under-19 section, the best result for the hosts came in the form of Maharashtra clinching a spot in the semifinals at the expense of Tamil Nadu. The all-important goal was scored six minutes from time by Nagpur-lass Nirmala Dhurve who set off on a solo and finished.

Maharashtra now takes on Haryana in the last-4 on Sunday. Haryana won 5-4 via the tie-breaker against West Bengal after sharing four goals in regulation time.

RESULTS (Quarterfinals)

Under-17: Haryana: 2 (Sanju, Jyoti) bt Maharashtra: 1 (Shivani Dhamsheti)
Manipur: 4 (Sumila 2, Ranjidala, Aatanbala) bt Delhi: 0
Bihar: 3 (Archana Kumai, Pooja Kumari, Tara Khatoom) bt Mizoram: 0
Nagaland: 3 (Neichutuo 2, Rokosono) bt Jharkhand: 1 (Pushta Kumari Toppo)

Under-19: Jharkhand: 2 (Singi Kachhat, Dular Marandi) bt Goa: 0
Chhattisgarh: 3 (Sunita Sahoo, Punima, Sunita Pradhan) bt Odisha: 0
Maharashtra: 1 (Nirmala Dhurve) bt Tamil Nadu: 0
Haryana: 2 (3) bt West Bengal: 2 (2).