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JCT wins u-19 I-League title

KOLKATA: JCT Mills Academy won the under-19 football title for I-League teams on better goal difference after it drew with title favourite East Bengal goalless here on Saturday.

Playing robust football on a rain-drenched pitch, the boys from Punjab showed better resilience and coordination to thwart East Bengal boys' bid to win the title at home.

Both teams finished on seven points from two wins and a draw but JCT's superior goal difference (+5) as against East Bengal's (+3) enabled the side to emerge the winner.

Just after the JCT senior side was relegated from the I-League, the team was disbanded. Ironically, the junior's won a National level title in the same year.

In an inconsequential tie, Mumbai FC scored a 4-1 victory over Churchill Brothers to take the third spot behind East Bengal. Churchill finished at the bottom. — Special Correspondent

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