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ISPL 2022: Tripura beat Dima Hasao 2-0

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HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, Oct 18: Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) defeated Dima Hasao Autonomous Council (DHAC) by 2-0 goals to enter the semi-finals of the first-ever Inter Sixth Schedule Premier League (ISPL)- 2022 being held at District Sports Complex, Bathoupuri Mushalpur in Baksa district on Tuesday.

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Sabal Jamatia of Tripura netted first goal against Dima Hasao in 47 minutes. Again, Ringshar Jamatia of Tripura scored another goal in 77 minutes in the second half of the match and earned two goals which led the team to win the match 2-0.

Even though Dima Hasao tried to reduce the goals, but couldn’t score any within the stipulated time and lost to Tripura 0-2.

Bhakta Sadhan Jamatia of Tripura was adjudged as man of the match and was awarded cash Rs 10,000.

Notably, the first-ever Inter Sixth Schedule Premier League (ISPL)-2022 began on October 9 at Dimakuchi mini stadium in Udalguri district. Its closing ceremony will take place on October 23 scheduled to be held at SAI SAG Centre Titaguri in Kokrajhar.

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The ISPL-2022 has been organised by Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) government for building a better net working, mutual understanding and to provide a platform to the youths in the field of sports across the north eastern region of India.

The league matches of the ISPL-2022 is also held at Dimakuchi mini stadium, Udalguri, District Sports complex Bathoupuri, Mushalpur and BDSA complex, Bijni.

The champion team would be awarded trophy & cash Rs 3 lakh, runners up team to conferred trophy & Rs. 2 lakh and third place holder team would be given away trophy & Rs 1 lakh respectively.

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