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­GDSA Football League: Young Guns FC Win Inaugural Match

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HT Bureau

DIPHU, June 21: Young Guns won the inaugural match of the A- Division of Sai Sai Terang Memorial Greater Diphu Sports Association (GDSA) Football League, 2022, against Diphu FC played here at Karbi Anglong Sports Association (KASA) stadium on Tuesday.

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The tournament was inaugurated by president, GDSA and donor of the tournament Gautom Terang, which was attended by general secretary, KASA, Pankaj Teron; Football Secretary, GDSA Horen Engti Kathar and president, Karbi Anglong Mountaineering Association (KAMA) Kharsing Terang.

President, GDSA, Terang hoisted the GDSA flag.

In the match, Young Guns FC scored their first goal through Birton Teron in the 19th minute in the first half. The second goal was also scored by Birton during the injury time of first half.

The first half ended with a lead of 2 goals by Young Guns FC.

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In the second half, Diphu FC regained some fresh blood and managed to make inroads into territory of the Young Guns.

In the 62nd minute, Drurbo Engleng manged to reduce the tally for Diphu FC by scoring a goal.

With the score of one goal by Diphu FC, the Young Guns came from behind to score their third goal through Amarsingh Tubit in the 79th minute.

At the dying moment of the match, Diphu FC score their second goal through John Zote in the 90th minute.

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Though Diphu FC boys threw all their energy, but it was late and conceded a loss of 2-3 goals against Young Guns FC. Borbi Hanse of Young Gun FC was adjudged man of the match.

The match ended with score of 2-3 goals by Young Guns FC.

With Tuesday’s win, the Young Guns FC has gained full 3 points.

Wednesday’s match will be played between Hills United FC and FC Karbi Anglong.

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