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Deccan Rovers in final; VOBA pip PFC

DNPUN67756 | 4/9/2014 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :296



Pune: Deccan Rovers prevailed over DSK Shivajians (Super & 1st divisions) 8-7 in the semifinal of the Major KP Jadhav memorial football tournament, at the St Vincent’s school ground, here on Tuesday.
After the teams failed to break the deadlock, Deccan Rovers proved better from the dreaded spot to make it to the final. They take on the winners of Bombay Engineering Group and Vincentians Old Boys Association (VOBA) in the final slated for April 11.
A goal in each session saw VOBA outgun Pune FC in the quarter final later in the day.Riyan Yadgiri and Shibu Tomy were the scorers for VOBA. Altamash Sayed scored the lone goal for Pune FC.
Stopwatch: (Senior & Super Division) Deccan Rovers Á’: 8 (Prashant Patil, Shreekant M, Swapnil Mane, Amose T, Rahul K, Indrajeet, Nishant, Don Bosco) bt DSK Shivajians Á : 7 Ivo Fernandes, Ratan Khadu, Sachindra Singh, Melvin Lobo, MP Thomas, Gobain Singh, Henry Dumma); VOBA: 2 (Riyan Yadgiri, Shibu Tomy) bt Pune FC Á’: 1 Altamash Sayed)
Second & Third division Sangam ‘C’: 5 (Jeet Singh, Ankit Bhathakale, Rohan Kalbhor, Kaushal Jain, Ranjit Pillay) bt Aryans: 4 (Hemant Pardeshi, Manu Gaha, Lovleen Riashte, Hemant Khatri); New India Soccer Club: 4 (Abhishek Shrivastav, Harilal Acharya, Francis Anthony, Gaurav Pradhan) bt Thunder Cats: 0; DSK Shivajians: 11 (kaizad Ambapardiwala, Rahul Talekar, Roopesh Chaudhary, Ramvir Jadhav, Uday Shankar, Abdul Thakur, Suraj Mohite, R Mohinudin, Asifullaha Khan, Salim Pathan, C Dias) bt Ashoka XI: 10 S Nandan, Jaison John, Kalpit Bhatia, Martin Francis, Anand Chavan, Jagjit Jhulka, Ajay Gopal, Suleman Sayed Shubham Gailwad, Vishal Khumbhare)
Playing today (St Vincent’s School): Bombay Engineering Group (BEG) vs VOBA 3 .00pm (semifinal)
Range Hills: Sanghvi FC vs New India Soccer; 1.00pm; Sangam Ç’vs Deccan Rovers; 2.30pm; Youth Club NDA vs Black Hawks 4.00pm



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