St Mary’s B too good for compatriots

Mumbai: In an all St. Mary’s affair, ICSE ‘B’, Mazagaon got the better of St. Mary’s SSC, Mazagaon 2-0 by penalties to clinch the Mumbai School Sports Association organised under-12 boys football knockout tournament after goalless draw at MSSA ground, Azad Maidan on Monday. In a third place match, St. Mary’s ICSE ‘A’, Mazagaon managed to overcome Bombay Scottish, Mahim 3-2

Final: St. Mary’s ICSE ‘B’, Mazagaon: 2 (Ravjir Chowhan, Mahaswin Kumar) bt St. Mary’s SSC, Mazagaon 2-0; Third place: St. Mary’s ICSE ‘A’, Mazagaon: 3 (Idhant Engineer, Ishaan Lanjekar, Nathan Nessiah) bt Bombay Scottish ‘A’, Mahim: 2 (Araujo Adam, Jhaveri Arjun) 3-2

Fundraising for Jawans
Matunga Gymkhana-Pidilite Sports Awardee were presented on the 90th Annual Day of Matunga Gymkhana held on Sunday, it was Annual Day-Fundraiser for Jawans. But unlike the usual gathering and fun fare, the Gymkhana and all the proceeds from the ticket sales and the equal amount from the Gymkhana kitty has been donated to the martyrs of Pulwama.

Talking to Free Press Journal, Mahiyar G. Dastoor, Hon. Gen. Secretary said that all the money collected from the sale of tickets and the equal money was also contributed by the gymkhana and donated to the martyrs of Pulwama.

Raghul bags award
India’s top performers in the world of motorsports were felicitated during the 2018 FMSCI Annual Awards function here on Monday. Chennai’s Raghul Rangasamy bagged the coveted “Upcoming Motorsports Person Of The Year” Award, a media release said.

The 25-year-old racer had a spectacular year, completing a fine double by claiming the LGB Formula 4 title in the JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship and the FF 1600 category in the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Racing Championship to pocket the prestigious Raymond Gautam Singhania Trophy.

C Rly tame SAI
Defending champions Central Railway SA cruised to a fluent 7-3 win over Sports Authority of India (SAI) in a Super Division match of the MHAL League 2018-2019 and played at the MHAl Stadium, Ch

Results – Elite Div: Central Railway 7 (Yuvraj Walmiki 4, Deepak Lakra 2, Rajendra Pawar) beat Sports Authority of India 3 (Dinesh S., Mohit G.)

Catalans advence
Catalans Sports Club fought hard to eke out a narrow 1-0 win against Joga Bonita SC in a Men’s Open second round match of the Bandra Gymkhana Annual Floodlit Rink football tournament under floodlights at the DPRC grounds, Bandra.

Mens Open: Juhu Akers: 3 (Mahesh Kotkar 2, Akash Anil) bt Disco United: 2 (Ajit Rajbhar, Shail Shaikh); Mora Villagers: 2 (Vicky D’Souza, Ajinkya Birajdar) bt Mighty Young Joe: 0;
Meghdoot SC: 5 (Vishal Kapse 2, Akshay Kapse 2, Zeeshan Tharia) bt Cecilians FC: 4 (Ronald Abraham 2, Wayne Trinidad 2); Catalans SC: 1 (Aniket Khadehar) bt Joga Bonita: 0; Autonomous SC: 4 (Akshay Chavan 2, Sanjeev Manohar, Jason Miranda) bt I C United: 1 (Aditya Shetty); Future Stars: 5 (Asad Khan 2, Omkar Shinde, Divyan Patil, Aniket Panchal) bt Glorian FC: 4 (Earl Tannen, Meldon Dennis, Darryl D’Souza, Nigel Marshall)

Veterans Men: St. Joseph’s, Juhu: 4 (Anslem Creado 2, Cornelius Pereira, Robert Kunnel) bt Soccer Stars: 1 (Sagar Patil); Xavierities SC: 3 (Adrian Moraes 3) bt ABC SC, Malad: 0; Macabbi FC: 3 (Martin D’Souza, Clint Fernandes, Godfrey D’Souza) bt Bandra Packers: 2 (Simon Fernandes, Oneil Kalicharan); Spartans: 2 (Appa Rao Chiman, Chetan Solanki) bt Royalers Juhu: 1 (Anthony Rodrigues).

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