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India retains SAFF Women’s Championship 2016 trophy

Siliguri, Jan 4: India beat Bangladesh 3-1 in the final at the Kanchenjunga Stadium in Siliguri on Wednesday to win their fourth SAFF Women’s Championship title in as many editions.

Dangmei Grace scored the first goal in the 12th minute. In the 40th minute, Shopna scored the equaliser. Both teams headed into the half time 1-1.

Sasmita Malik put India ahead in the 60th minute. A howler by the Bangladesh Goalkeeper in the 67th compounded Bangladesh’s misery & held onto the lead to secure the SAFF title for the 4th consecutive time

India has an enviable record of 18 wins and one draw out of 19 matches that they have played in the tounament’s history so far.

Final Score:

India 3 (Dangmei Grace 12′, Sasmita Malik 60′, Indumathi 67′) beat Bangladesh 1 (Sirat Jahan Shopna 40′)

Starting XI (India): Aditi Chauhan (GK), Umapati Devi Thokchom, Ashalata Devi Loitongbam, Manisa Panna, Premi Devi Yumlembam, Kamla Devi Yumnam, Bala Devingangom (C), Sasmita Malik, Dangmei Grace, Indumathi Kathiresan, Dalima Chhibber.

STI News – 03.01.2017

Ranji Trophy 2016 – Semifinals – Day 2
Rajkot, Jan 2: Mumbai were trailing Tamil Nadu by 134 runs with six first wickets in hand at stumps on day 2 at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, here on Monday.

Brief score:
Tamil Nadu – 305 (Baba Indrajith 64, Vijay Shankar 50, Kaushik Gandhi 50, Abhishek Nayar 4/66, Shardul Thakur 4/75)

Mumbai – 171/4 (Suryakumar Yadav 73, Praful Waghela 48)

Day 2: Stumps – Mumbai trail by 134 runs
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Nagpur, Jan 2: Jharkhand were trailing Gujarat by 176 runs with five first wickets in hand at stumps on day 2 at Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, here on Monday.

Brief scores:
Gujarat – 390 (Priyank Panchal 149, Parthiv Patel 62, Ajay Yadav 3/67, Rahul Shukla 3/71)

Jharkhand – 214/5 (Ishan Kishan 61, Ishank Jaggi 40*, RP Singh 3/48)

Day 2: Stumps – Jharkhand trail by 176 runs

SAFF Women’s Championship 2016

Siliguri, Jan 2: India Nepal 3-1 in the semifinals SAFF Women’s Football Championship 2016 at the Kanchenjunga Stadium here on Monday.

For India Kamala Devi opened the scoring in the 45th minute. In the 58th minute Indumathi doubled lead. Sabitra Bhandari reduced the margin in the 75th minute from a penalty. But Sasmita Malik’s goal in the 83rd minute sealed the match in India’s favour. At half-time India were leading by one goal to nil.

India – 3 (Kamala Devi 45, Indumathi – 58, Sasmita Malik – 83′) beat Nepal – 1 (Sabitra Bhandari 75 (P))