Monday, 23 October, 2017
Update

PY Nuvem edge CDJ Ribandar 1-0

Parish Youth, Nuvem edged past CDJ Ribandar 1-0 to storm into the quarter-finals of All Goa Raia Football Club Cup inter- village football tournament organized by Football Club Raia at Panchayat Grounds, Raia on Wednesday.

18th May 2017, 05:06 Hrs
MARGAO:  Parish Youth held the upper hand and struck the match winner in the very 6th minute when Jerose Olveira scored the match winner off Jose Colaco assist.  Down by the early reversal, CDJ Ribandar intensified their attacks but could not score due to stout defending by the Nuvem defenders. ​Parish Youth Nuvem​ w​ill meet Cortalim Villagers on May 23 in the quarter-final​.

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