Goa Women's League 2019: Draws Rule the Roost on Matchday 3
Goa Women's League 2019: PVC Parra and Bidesh XI played out a goalless draw while Churchill Brothers drew 1-1 with Albert Developers.
Goa Football Association is conducting the 4-team Women's League.
New Delhi: The third matchday of the Goa Women's League took place on Sunday, December 1 with both the matches ending in a draw. Four teams -- Bidesh XI SC, Albert Developers SC, PVC Parra and Churchill Brothers SC -- are participating in the league, which is being held in a double leg format with each team getting six games.
Here are the results from Day 3:
MATCH 5: PVC Parra drew 0-0 with Bidesh XI SC.
MATCH 6: Churchill Brothers held Albert Developers to a 1-1 draw.
Tercy Pinto scored for Churchill Brothers while Albert Developers got on the scoresheet through Razia Pereira.
Results from Day 2:
MATCH 3: Bidesh XI SC defeated Albert Developers SC 1-0.
Ansiva scored the solitary goal of the match.
MATCH 4: PVC Parra beat Churchill Brothers 2-1.
Anuska and Malvita (penalty) scored for the winners while Clance found the back of the net for Churchill.
Results from Day 1:
MATCH 1: Assonora Bidesh XI defeated Churchill Brothers 2-1.
Chetna and Ansiva scored for Bidesh XI SC while and Churchill Brothers' goal came from Alisha.
MATCH 2: Albert Developers beat PVC Parra 1-0.
Sushmita scored the only goal of the match.
Here is how the points table looks like after three matchdays:
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