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Sukantanagar triumphs

KOLKATA: Sukantanagar Vidya Niketan beat Pandua High School 2-1 in the final at the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium here on Thursday, to become the Kolkata leg champion of the Mahindra Youth Football Challenge.

Sukantanagar established the winning lead in the first half with goals from Bishal Harijan and Jayanta Mondal. Palash Das reduced the margin for Pandua HS in the second session. Bikash Mallick of Sukantanagar was named ‘player of the tournament'.

Ghola HS finished third, beating Chowbaga HS 1-0. Sukantanagar also qualified for the national finals, which will have other winners from Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Bengaluru and Kerala playing for the overall championship, at Bengaluru in April.

The result:

Final: Sukantanagar VN 2 (Bishal Harijan, Jayant Mondal) bt Pandua HS 1 (Palash Das).

Third-place play-off: Ghola HS 1 (Sridev Lohar) bt Chowbaga HS 0 . — Principal Correspondent

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