Saturday, 21 July, 2018
Update
   Patnekar: Formalin Fish is a critical issue for Goa; Congress wasted two days of Assembly Session, Kavalekar spoiled the opportunity of question on fisheries   Second Day of State Assembly Session adjourned; Opposition leaders continue their demands of formalin fish issue; Speaker Pramod Sawant adjourn the session for second time till Monday 11:30 am   Deputy Speaker Michael Lobo supports action of Congress MLAs; states that formalin fish issue is a critical one, government is not equipped for tests & regular tests were not carried out earlier, everyone should support the cause   Luizinho Faleiro: "No fish loaded truck is seized, government protecting Fish Mafia, have moved resolution demanding to appoint judicial commission to investigate adulteration of food   CM Parrikar :" Fish import has been banned, seven trucks sent back yesterday; today one truck sent back, have asked time to file reply by Monday as two departments are involved, what is the problem?"   Congress leaders say "formalin fish" issue is important; adjournment motion is not disposed by speaker   Second day of State Legislative Assembly begins on a dramatic note, chaos continues as opposition leaders demand discussion on "formalin fish"; speaker Pramod Sawant adjourns the house till 2:30   Chaos at Mapusa Fish market; vendors deny sale of 40 boxes of fish brought from Mumbai; demand proper inspection and test by concerned authorities; two dealers from Mumbai flee from spot   Formalin in fish takes Assembly by storm   It’s official! Fisheries dept has no officer to test fish quality   4 fish-laden trucks stopped at Polem   Karwar fisherfolk enter Canacona with baskets of ‘imported’ fish   Cleaning beaches comes at a price of  `9 cr a year!   Surla goes dry for a month as Collector bans liquor sale

Rosary HSS win, Fr Agnel beaten at RFYS Nationals

Story: the | goan | 31st December 2017, 07:19 Hrs

PANAJI
Rosary Higher Secondary School, Navelim, bounced back into contention with a hard-fought victory in the senior boys' category at the Reliance Foundation Youth Sports National Football Championship in Mumbai on Saturday.
Rosary downed Sihphir Higher Secondary School, Aizawl, 2-1 at the Reliance Corporate Park, Ghansoli to overcome a 0-4 loss to group toppers Minerva Public School, Chandigarh in their opening match
on Thursday.
Rosary's semi-final hopes now hinge on their last Group A duel against Panampilly Nagar Government Higher Secondary School, Kochi, who have yet to win a match. A victory should help them seal a last four spot from the group. Two teams from each group in every category qualify for the semi-finals.
Striker Stendly Fernandes opened the account for Rosary in the 5th minute and they clung on to the lead for more than 70 minutes. But the Aizawl team hit back and netted the equaliser through their prolific striker Vanlal Peka in the 76th minute.
Unperturbed, Rosary continued to mount raids with Stendly at the forefront and it paid dividends when Sihphir conceded a penalty following a foul in the danger zone. Midfielder Denson Fernandes stepped up and made no mistake to seal the game in
their favour.
The other Goan team in the fray on Saturday, Father Agnel College of Arts and Commerce, Pilar, however, suffered a jolt as they went down 0-2 to Netaji Nagar Day College, Kolkata in their college boys group match.
Despite the defeat Fr Agnel are still in fray for a semifinal spot from Group B as they had won their first match against St Joseph's College of Commerce, Bangalore 8-2. A win in their last group match against St Anthony College, Shillong on New Year's Day should see them through.
The RFYS National Championship semi-finals will be played at the Reliance Corporate Park, Ghansoli on January 3 and 4 with the finals on January 6, 2018.

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