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IMPHAL: TRUGPU Nambol today defeated ARC Shillong 2-1 in the controversial first semi final match of 58th CC Meet to book a berth in the final. A goal by Kh Jackey of TRUGPU in the 7th minute of the match put ARC Shillong under pressure. However, ARC got a sigh of relief in the 26th minute when Robert found the equaliser. ARC attacked TRUGPU with a new strategy in the second half. But TRUGPU silenced the opponent in the 72nd minute with Ch Anand’s goal. Miserably, Assistant Referee ruled an attempt by Ajit Kumar of ARC to kick into the goal mouth off-side. ARC then strongly protested and scuffles erupted.  Police had to intervene to bring the volatile situation under control. ARC players walked out of the ground and the match was declared in favour of TRUGPU Nambol. MPSC will take on TRAU Kwakeithel in the second semi final tomorrow. Impact TV will telecast the match live on its Entertainment Channel. 

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Saturday, 10 January 2015 05:30

TRAU Kwakeithel enters semi finals of 58th CC Meet

IMPHAL: Last year's finalist TRAU Kwakeithel revenged their defeat in the final by beating the defending champion SSB West Bengal 4-2 in the quarter final to enter the semi final of the 58th CC Meet today at Mapal Kangjeibubg. TRAU's A Herojit scored the first goal of the match in the 8th minute. The second goal of the first half was scored by N Susil. SSB's captain H Govinda scored their first goal in the 68th minute.  SSB's second goal was also scored by the captain soon after Naoton netted the third goal for TRAU. TRAU will meet MPSC in the semi final. TRUGPU and ARC Shillong will meet in the first semi final tomorrow. 

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Manipur Police Sports Club (MPSC) have entered the semi final of 58th CC meet. They trounced BRSA Tinsukia by 7-0 in the third quarter final of the tournament today at Mapal Kangjeibung. Th Kiran of MPSC scored the first and only goal of the first half in the 7th minute of the match which was held in the rain. However Th Kiran, Ksh Kanta and Golmei scored two goals each in the second half. The players missed many opportunities to score goals due to the slippery ground.  BRSA Tinsukia could not score even a single goal despite their brave fight. Golmei of MPSC was declared Man of the Match. The fourth quarter final will be between defending champion SSB and last year's finalist TRAU Kwakeithel. Coach of MPSC Kh Sanaton said they will try their best to perform in the semi final to book a berth in the final. 

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