Record-breaking goals scored in thrilling football action
71st B.N. Mullik Memorial All India Police Football Championship
Srinagar: On the fourth day of the All-India Police Football Championship, 28 teams participated in a series of matches.
The matches were highly anticipated by fans and were filled with excitement and anticipation.
The matches held at 04 renowned grounds viz Synthetic Turf Ground, Polo Ground, Bakshi Stadium & Kashmir University, witnessed nail-biting moments and exhilarating performances from the players.
At Kashmir University, the Vice-Chancellor University of Kashmir Prof Nelofar Khan was the chief guest of the match played between CRPF Women and Manipur Police Women.
Speaking on the occasion, VC Kashmir University thanked J&K Police for organizing the All India Police Football Tournament & selecting the Kashmir University ground among other venues. She added that Kashmir University looks so lively as the matches of the All India Football Tournament are being played on the University Ground.
She said that it was an honour for her to witness the Women’s Football Match. “In any competition, there will be winners and losers, however, what’s important is that athletes and teams strive to do their best and learn from both their successes and failures.” She stressed that more events should be organized and held at Kashmir University.
The match was played with great fervour and ended with the score 2-0, and was won by the CRPF Women’s team. Three other matches at the same venue were played between Rajasthan Police and Telangana Police, Mizoram Police and Jharkhand Police and Assam Rifles and Puducherry Police.
The match between Rajasthan Police and Telangana Police was won by Rajasthan Police and ended 4-0. The match between Mizoram Police and Jharkhand Police was won by Mizoram Police and ended with a score of 5:1. The match between Assam Rifles and Puducherry Police was won by Assam Rifles & ended with 10-0.
At Synthetic Turf Ground, the matches were played between Manipur Police and Meghalaya Police, Himachal Pradesh Police and Chandigarh Police, RPF and West Bengal Police and Odisha Police and Maharashtra Police.
The match between Manipur Police and Meghalaya Police was won by Manipur Police and ended with a score of 2-0. The match between Himachal Pradesh Police and Chandigarh Police was won by Himachal Pradesh Police with the score 2:1. The match between RPF and West Bengal Police ended with a score of 0:0, despite their best efforts, the match ended in a goalless draw. The match between Odisha Police and Maharashtra Police ended draw with a score of 2-2.
At Polo Ground, the matches were played between BSF and Goa Police which was won by BSF with the score 3-0, Assam Police and Haryana Police which was won by Assam Police and ended the result 4-1 goals, Sikkim Police and CRPF which ended in a draw 1:1 and SSB and Chhattisgarh which was won by SSB with the score 8-0.
At Bakshi Stadium, the matches were played between Tamil Nadu Women Police and J&K Women Police which was won by the Tamil Nadu Women Police team with the score of 14-0 and between Assam Rifles Women and Odisha Police Women was won by Assam Rifle women team and ended with the score 3-1.
The chief guests include COs IRP 3rd Bn, IRP 23rd Bn, IRP 2nd Border Bn, Dy.Cos IRP 8th Bn, IRP 6th Bn, IRP 9th Bn, IRP 13th Bn, IRP 21st Bn and other officers were present during the matches played at the venues.
Overall, it was an exciting day of football with plenty of action and drama on the field. The fans were treated to a variety of playing styles and strategies from the different teams, making for an entertaining and enjoyable experience for all. The spectators enjoyed the games in a high spirits supporting their favourite teams with enthusiasm.
Stay tuned for more updates and action-packed football matches as the tournament unfolds.
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