Loyola scores tie-breaker win over Yashwantrao Mohite Junior College

Sports Reporter
Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Loyola Junior College defeated Yashwantrao Mohite Junior College 4-3 in the tie-breaker during the second round match of the Under-19 category played at PDFA Football Grounds in Dobarwadi

Pune: Loyola Junior College defeated Yashwantrao Mohite Junior College 4-3 in the tie-breaker during the second round match of the Under-19 category played at PDFA Football Grounds in Dobarwadi on Monday.

The score was locked 0-0 at the end of the regulation time. In the tie-breaker, Nischal Kumar, Yash Deshpande, Neeraj Gawli and Utsav Goyal scored in a tie-breaker for victorious team.

In the first match, Pune International School defeated City International School 1-0. Prasad Kone scored lone goal of the match in the 12th minute for the victorious team.

Wadia College also advanced into the tournament with 2-0 win over Dr Shamarao Kalmadi High School and Junior College.

After a goalless ten minutes, Rishikesh Dudhane netted first goal for Wadia College in the 11th minute. Yash Sonigrah made it 2-0 with scoring goal in the 21st minute.
In the Under-17 category semifinal, St Vincent’s School outplayed Loyola High School 1-0 to secure a place in final. Goal from Lakshya Harplani in the seventh minute helped St Vincent’s to seal a match in their favour.

Results:
Under-17

Quarterfinal: St Vincent’s School 4 (Emar Adam 4th, 7th, 24th, Brayan Lazarus 19th)  bt Vidya Bhavan High School 0.

Semifinal: St Vincent’s School 1 (Lakshya Harpalani 7th) bt Loyola High School Pashan 0.

Under-19: 
Second Round: Pune International School and Junior College 1 (Prasda Kone 12th) bt City International School 0; Sardar Dastur Hormazdiar High School 5 (Aakash Sarulkar 1st, 19th, 23rd, McKenzie Mirza) bt SSPMS Boarding School 0; Ness Wadia College 2 (Rishikesh Dudhane 11th, Yash Sonigrah 21st) bt Dr Shamarao Kalmadi High School and Junior College 0; Loyola Junior College 0 bt Yashwantrao Mohite Junior College 0 Tie Breaker: 4-3
Nowrosjee Wadia College (Amar Rathod 7th, 11nd) bt Moledina Junior College 0.

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