Pune: A goal from Shanon Perera helped The Bishop’s School, Camp to clinch the Under-17 Subroto Cup Qualifying Football Tournament title defeating St Vincent’s School 1-0 at the PDFA football ground in Dobarwadi here on Tuesday.
After a goalless first half, Shanon struck the all important goal in the 36th minute which turned out to be enough to set up the victory for Bishop’s.
In a third position match, Loyola High School defeated The Orbis School 4-3 in the tie-breaker. The match was locked 1-1 at the end of regulation time.
In the Under-14 category, which commenced after the conclusion of Under-17 matches, Don Bosco High School started their campaign on a winning note defeating Crescent High School 4-0. Shravan Parihar stole the limelight of the day, netting goals in the 7th, 11th and 14th minutes respectively to complete his hat-trick. Radhey Mahale added one goal in the 25th minute.
Muktangan English Medium School also scored an easy 3-0 victory over DES Secondary School.
Abhijeet Ingwale opened the account for Muktangan English Medium School in the 10th minute.
Laukik Malge and Swaroop Dhuge added two more goals in the 18th and 25th minutes respectively.
Later in the day, The Bishop’s School, Camp, blanked Anglo Urdu Boy’s School 4-0.
Arav Daniel completed a brace, scoring goals in the 7th and 16th minutes. Siddesh Tingare and Atharva Jadhav added two more in the 23rd and 26th minutes.
Final: The Bishop’s School, Camp 1 (Shanon Perera 36th) bt St Vincent’s School 0.
Third Place: Loyola High School 1 (Suryan Gathge 18th) bt The Orbis School 1 (Minir Dangwala 10th) Tie breaker: 4-3.
Under-14: (First round)
Don Bosco High School 4 (Shravan Parihar 7th, 11th, 14th, Radhey Mahale 25th) bt Crescent High School 0.
Muktangan English Medium School 3 (Abhijeet Ingwale 10th, Laukik Malge 18th, Swaroop Dhuge 25th) bt DES Secondary School, Tilak Road 0.
The Bishop’s School, Camp 4 (Arav Daniel 7th, 16th, Siddesh Tingare 23rd, Atharva Jadhav 26th) bt Anglo Urdu Boy’s School 0.
Lokseva English Medium School 0 bt Hutchings School 0. Tie breaker: 3-2.