Junior Girls League: Jharkhand outclass J&K by 21-0 goals

By: KSW Staff

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In its opening fixture of the Hero Junior Girls’ National Football Championship Jharkhand outclassed J&K by a huge margin of 21-0 goals at Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

The Hero Junior Girls’ National Football Championship kicked-off on Saturday (April 20, 2019) in Kolhapur, Maharashtra.It is fifth edition of the tournament and it is going to serve as a platform for scouting talent for next year’s World Cup and will see a total of 27 teams take part across eight groups, with the winner from each group moving into the quarterfinals.

The first three editions were won by Manipur and the previous one, which was held in Cuttack, saw Tamil Nadu lift the trophy.

In the opening fixture Jharkhand completely dominated girls from Jammu Kashmir. They thrashed J&K by  21-0 goals.

In another match, Tamil Nadu beat Madhya Pradesh 5-0 while as Goa beat Tripura 3-1. Manipur beat Uttrakhand by 4-0.