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PYO, MVYO enter qtr finals

PYO, MVYO enter qtr finals
The match between Charoi Chiru Naga FC (green) and Phesema Youth Organisation at Kohima local ground on Thursday. (NP)
Correspondent Kohima, Oct 11 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/11/2018 11:13:33 AM IST

Phesema Youth Organization (PYO) and Meriema Village Youth Organization (MVYO) qualified for quarter finals after defeating their respective rivals at the ongoing 19th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy played at Kohima local ground.   

Playing the third pre-quarter finals, PYO booked its last eight spot by defeating Charoi Chiru Naga FC Manipur by 5-2. Neisaleto Kuotsu scored the first, second, fourth and fifth goals in the 28th, 31st, 64th & 76th minute respectively while Theja Chuse netted the third goal in the 56th minute. Both the goals for Charoi Chiru Naga FC Manipur were scored in the second-half injury time by Thangawar and Kenneth. 

Ropfükolie Seleyi, Abei Kar of PYO and Asif, Kennedy of Charoi Chiru Naga FC were cautioned with yellow cards for foul play while Johnson of Charoi Chiru Naga FC was sent off in the 77th minute of the play for unsporting behaviour. 

In the second match, Meriema VYO registered for the quarter-finals by defeating United Brothers FC 4-1.  MVYO opened the account in the 21st minute through a spot kick taken by Kelhouneizo Üsou.  MVYO extended the lead when Kevizhakie Ciesotsu found the net in the in the 62nd minute and 7 minutes later, Vikeduolie Lhousi made it 3-0. The fourth goal came through the boot of Keviyabei-u Keditsü in the injury time. The lone consolation goal for United Brothers FC came through a spot kick conversion from Jaa Jaa Solo in the 74th minute. 

During the match, seven players were penalised with yellow card for unfair play which includes Kevirütuo Üsou, Kikrubeizo Keditsu, Vizotuolie Lhousi, Keneingütuo Yaotsu of MVYO and Neihetuo Linyü, Vilazo Linyü, Kisan Chettri  of United Brothers FC. 

Meriema VYO will clash with Phesama VYO in the quarter-finals.

Today’s matches

First match: 12 noon 

Centurion FC Vs Rangers 

Second match: 2:00 pm

Kohima Eagles Vs 

St. Joseph’s College Jakhama

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