Winner receiving trophy from the Chief Guest.
STATE TIMES NEWS
SRINAGAR: Lone Star KFC Blue and J&K State Power Development Corporation (J&KSPDC) won Super Division and Premier Division matches respectively in the ongoing State Football League-2017.
In the Super-Division match played at the synthetic turf, KFC Blue beat Rahim Greens Solina Sports by three goals to two in a closely contested affair.
Nadeem opened the account for the winning team in 16th minute of the game while Faizan doubled the lead just four minutes later.
Zubair scored the third goal for Lone Star team in 25th minute of the match. Solina couldn’t score any goal in the first half but as the second half begin, they came with all guns blazing.
Sahil Dar and Hakim scored two back-to-back goals for Solina team narrowing the margin to 3-2. When the referee blew the final whistle, the score line read 3-2 in favour of Lone Star.
In the other Premier Davison match of the day, also played at Synthetic Turf, J&KSPDC team defeated Iqbal Sports by 3-0 in a one sided encounter. J&KSPDC team played attacking football from the start of the match and kept defence lines of the opposite team under pressure.
In 10th minute of the first half, Tafeem Tariq scored a goal for J&KSPDC and Sheikh Faizan doubled the lead in 35th minute. When Sanan Tariq scored third goal, the fate of the match was sealed in favour of J&KSPDC.
Sanan Tariq was declared as player of the match for his performance.
Meanwhile, B-Division league of the ongoing State Football League is already completed with IFC Nowgam winning the title and Noorbagh FC finishing as runners up.
The A-Division League has reached to the semi-final stage with Novelty Blue, Jehangir Club, Fort Club Views and Novelty FC qualifying for seminal.
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