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Lajong U-20 looks for victory in ‘must win game’

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Shillong, March 09: In what will be a crucial Group C encounter, Shillong Lajong will face Air India in the Under 20 I-League tournament at the JRD Tata Complex, Jamshedpur on Sunday.

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SLFC equalizes with SESA FA

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Shillong, March 08: In the I-League Under 20 Group C encounter, Shillong Lajong FC shared points with Goan side Sesa Football Academy at the JRD Tata complex Jamshedpur on Friday.
Both teams started the first half brightly and it was a half that was competitive, yet lacking when it came to goalmouth action and as a result both the sides went into the break all square.

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Royal Wahingdoh to open 2nd Division I-League campaign against Mohammedan Sporting

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SHILLONG, March 08: Royal Wahingdoh FC is all geared up for its 3rd attempt to gain promotion to the prestigious I-League. The team managed by Coach Volker Hofferbert of Germany has been training since November 1, 2012, and a strong squad selection has been made.

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Under 20 I-League 2013: SLFC vs Sesa FA

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SHILLONG, March 07: Shillong Lajong FC will take on Sesa Football Academy in the Group C I-League Under 20 encounter on March 8 to be played at the JRD TATA Complex, Jamshedpur.
Sesa Football Academy from Goa will play their opening match on Friday which promises to be an interesting encounter as they take on Shillong Lajong U20 team.

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Under 20 I-League: SLFC share points with Churchill Brothers

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SHILLONG, March 06: In what was a pulsating Under 20 I-League match at the JRD Tata Complex, in the sweltering heat of Jamshedpur, Shillong Lajong FC and Churchill Brothers SC played out a goalless draw to share the spoils of the opening group encounter.
Both teams though, had an equal number of missed opportunities to go in front, more so the Shillong Lajong side, who got off the blocks quickly and created the first real chance of the match through Bipin Singh. The Lajong juniors continued to have better ball possession and had at least 3 more chances in front of goal before the break.

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