Women’s Champions League of Western India Football Association reaches its last four
The Women’s Champions League by Western India Football Association has reached its final four. After a hard fought league stage for over a week, the semi-finalists have finally been decided.
FC Pune City rode on the double strikes from striker Senorita Nogngpluh to blank Tripude Sports Academy, Nagpur in a Group-B league match of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which is being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project, at the Cooperage ground, on Friday. Senorita scored both the goals in the first half, the first in the 14th minute and second in the 27th minute.
In the second match of the day, Aadhar Pratisthan, Mumbai and KSA Women’s FC shared honors as they played out a tame goalless draw.
The Mumbai outfit Aadhar Pratisthan topped the group with 7 points while Pune City was placed second with 6 points and both have qualified for the semi-finals, which is scheduled to be played on Sunday, July 1. The finals will be held the following day on Monday, July 3.
In the semi-finals, Aadhar Pratisthan will take on United Poona FA, while Pune City will clash with hot favorites Bodyline FC.
Results – Group-B: Aadhar Pratisthan, Mumbai 0 drew with KSA Women’s FC, Kolhapur 0.
FC Pune City, Pune 2 (Senorita Nogngpluh 2) beat Tripude Sports Academy, Nagpur 0.
The league has started as part of a project to develop womens’ Football in India.