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Bonzar SC beat Nahata SC

Kokrajhar: Bonzar Sports Club, Kachugaon beat Nahata Sports Club, Kokrajhar Tea Estate 3-1 goals in the opening match of United Jilimili Prizemoney Trophy-2018 being played at Magurmari Jilimili Club playground in Kokrajhar. 

For Bonzar, Dwimalu Basumatary scored first goal in 3 minutes.Again Dhanjit Boro and John Narzary scored one each goal in 4 and 12 minutes against Nahata sports club. Kupit Roy of Nahata netted lone goal against Bonzar which reduced 3-1 goal in 8 minutes. 

BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary inaugurated the football trophy in the presence of huge gathering. 

Goyary said that sporting environment must prevailed in the region. He said that BTC administration has been emphasized to make healthy uplift. 

Altogether 26 teams are participating the football tournament from different registered football clubs.

The championship team would be awarded a trophy and cash Rs. 20,000 while runners up team would be awarded trophy and cash Rs. 15,000 respectively.

BTC executive member Rajib Brahma, Kokrajhar SP Rajen Singh were attended as guests on the occasion. 

President of the organising committee,Dipak Kumar Rabha said that the sports tournament has been organised to create sports environment among all sections of society in the region. 

Tomorrow, Dwodini SC, Debargaon will take on Dihung SC, Khagrabari.

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