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Nangbah Mulang triumph over Ladthadlaboh


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From Our Correspondent

JOWAI, Oct 27: In a thrilling showdown at the Kiang Nangbah Stadium, the Nangbah Mulang team emerged victorious against Ladthadlaboh in the Super Division Football Tournament, organized by the West Jaintia District Sports Association (WJDSA).
Led by Wirldrick Susngi, the Nangbah Mulang side displayed a spectacular performance, securing a 3-1 victory in a fiercely contested match.
The Nangbah Mulang team, under the captaincy of Wirldrick Susngi, exhibited exceptional skill and determination, leading their squad to triumph. The match witnessed a series of electrifying moments, with goals from Susngi in the 27th and 66th minutes, and a thrilling 90+3-minute goal by Chanhok Siangshai. Ladthadlaboh, refusing to go down without a fight, managed to get on the scoreboard thanks to Banteilang Shylla’s goal in the 60th minute.
Simultaneously, in the First Division Football Tournament, the game between Nangbah Iawmusiang and Demthring resulted in a 1-1 draw. Joplangki Challam netted a goal for Nangbah Iawmusiang in the 55th minute, only to be matched by Demthring’s Maidong Mukhim, who found the net in the 81st minute.
The excitement doesn’t stop there. On the 27th of this month, the First Division action continues as Sohmynting takes on Dulong at 12:00 PM. Meanwhile, the Super Division Football matches are set to resume on the 28th of this month, with Khimusniang facing off against Mukhla Raij SC.
Fans and football enthusiasts can anticipate more thrilling moments and intense competition in these upcoming matches as the Super Division and First Division Football Tournaments unfold. Stay tuned for more exciting action in the world of Jaintia District football.
The Kiang Nangbah Stadium in Palei continues to be a hub of sporting action, with supporters from both Nangbah Mulang and Ladthadlaboh turning up in large numbers to witness their teams in action. The atmosphere at the stadium was electric, with chants, cheers, and a palpable sense of competition in the air.
As the tournament unfolds, teams are leaving no stone unturned in their quest for victory, and it’s clear that the competition is fiercer than ever.
With the upcoming matches on the horizon, the question on everyone’s minds is, who will emerge as the ultimate champion.


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