SHILLONG, June 23: Even heavy rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the children taking part in the third day of the Meghalaya Baby League (MBL) 2018 here on Saturday, with Kickstart FCC Rhinos, Langsning Greenergy Lions and Wahlakhiat Bulls, emerging all big winners.
Fifteen matches were held at three venues – Third Ground, the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium and the Futsal Ground – at the Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex in Polo Ground.
SHILLONG, June 23: Shillong Lajong Junior Reds lost their first game of the U-18 Shillong Premier League (SPL) against Langsning FC by a 1-2 margin at the MFA Turf in Polo Ground on Saturday.
Lakmenlang Khongjee scored the first goal for Langsning in the 43rd minute while Figo netted the second in the 76th minute of the match. Apborlang Kurbah scored the solitary goal for Lajong Juniors in the 63rd minute. Shillong Lajong will play their next match on June 27, 2018 against Rangdajied United.
Shillong, May 25: Shillong Lajong FC is all set to face off Kerala Blasters FC in the finals of the U-18 Youth League to be held at the JN Stadium in Shillong on Saturday at 4:30PM.
The U-18 Youth League qualification round kicked off earlier this year and the Reds finished the Shillong-Guwahati Zone on top with 16 points from 6 games and also topped the final round group D with 9 points from 3 games. They won the semi-finals against East Bengal by 2-0. Altogether, the Lajong young guns have impressively scored a total of 21 goals in the tournament so far and conceded just three.
Shillong, May 13: Langsning FC were beaten 3-1 by TRAU FC in their last match of the Second Division League group stage at the Khuman Lampak Main Stadium in Imphal on Sunday.
Ngangbam Naocha scored a brace and Reisangmei Vashum added another goal for the hosts before prolific scorer Kitboklang Pale pulled one back for Langsning at the very end of the match.
This was only the first time in 10 outings that Langsning conceded more than one goal in a match and it came against the team that have qualified for the final round at the top of their game in front of 3,000 adoring fans.
SHILLONG, April 09: A resolute Langsning FC bagged a vital point away at Mohammedan Sporting in their Second Division League Group C match in a 0-0 draw in Kolkata on Monday.
The goalless match saw both sides manufacture several opportunities throughout the 90 minutes but failed to find a breakthrough.