In a high scoring encounter this morning, United Brothers held off Brown Eagles to win the B grade division preliminary final 12-10 at the Bisini Grounds.Stingerz edged out Bears 10-9 in the elimination final that followed straight after.The win for Stingerz has set up a date with Brown Eagles next weekend.To the A grade division, defending champions Yokomo fought it out with PNG Power in a highly entertaining match, with the defending champions walking away winners 5-4.The main game of the afternoon between Brown Eagles and United Brothers was deferred to next Saturday after officials made the decision due to bad lighting and rain.PNG Power will play the winner of the elimination final between Brown Eagles and United Brothers the next day (Sunday).
‘Starstruck’ David Beckham shares photo with Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke Mid-day hosts first-of-its-kind girls football tournament | Ranis of Rink 2019 Kevin De Bruyne: Manchester City have to put in hard work to retain EPL crown Earlier, Holy Family (Andheri) got the better of Ramnivas Bajaj (Malad) 2-0 with strikers Shaun D’Souza, Aarya Gawane scoring a goal each. Arya Vidya Mandir Juhu proved too good as they blanked SVKM International School in the third match of the day by a convincing 6-0 margin. Krishang Dosani and Medhansh Agarwal played lead roles by contributing two goals each while Aaray Jain and Aryan Saran chipped in with a goal apiece. In the boys under-8 quarter-final matches, Cathedral & John Connon (Fort) scraped past Holy Family (Andheri) by a slender 1-0 scoreline. Mikhail Marshal netted Cathedral’s all-important winning goal to confirm his team’s place in tomorrow’s semi-final. In the second game, St Stanislaus (Bandra) defeated Don Bosco (Matunga) 3-1. Arhaan Sargaroh, Sharv Kamtekar and Nihaal Sylvia scored for St Stanislaus while Raj Kadam pulled a goal back for the Matunga side. Catch up on all the latest sports news and updates here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates St Francis D’Assisi (Borivli) were more aggressive and showed a better offensive approach which enabled them to charge towards a comfortable 3-0 win against Orchid International School (Masjid Bunder) in a MSSA Cup boys’ under-10 quarter-final at Azad Maidan on Saturday. The heroes of St Francis D’Assisi’s victory was Tanan D’Silva, who scored the two goals and Hrithik Shetty with one strike, which ensured them a place in the semi-finals.Related News