ANZA, Scottish sneak through
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Anza from Byculla and Bombay Scottish from Mahim sneaked through to crucial wins in the Mumbai Schools Sports Association (MSSA) boys' under-16 playoff league at the Castrol-MSSA centre in Azad Maidan on Monday. ANZA overcome Bombay Cambridge from Andheri 3-1 in the penalty shootout while Scottish got the better of Gopi Birla Memorial School after both matches remained goalless at the end of regulation time.
Results: G-14-G: Aditya Birla (Tardeo) 1 (R Sakir) bt D Y Patil (Worli) 0; G-14: Dhirubhai Ambani 2 (Saachi Munot 2) bt Jamnabai Narsee (Juhu) 0; G-14-C: Arya Vidyamandir (Bandra-W) 0 drew with St Peter's (Mazagaon) 0; G-14-G: J B Petit (Fort) 1 (Diya Sanghi) drew with Christ Church (Byculla) 1 (Sachi Ankohekar) 1; G-14: Apostolic Carmel (Bandra) 1 (Vidhisha Sawant) bt Bombay Scottish (Mahim) 0; G-14: Canossa H S (Mahim) 3 (Dianne Paul, Vaishnani, Tracy Pereira) bt Bhaktivedanta Swami Mission (Andheri) 0; B-16-POL: ANZA (Byculla) 3 (Ansari Shadab, Anees Ur Rehman, Qureshi Yusuf) bt Bombay Cambridge (Andheri) 1 (Arbaaz Kapadia) via tie-breaker; B-16-POL: Bombay Scottish (Mahim) 4 (Pranav Chheda, Christon Mascernhas, Vishal Mehta, Shamole K) bt Gopi Birla Memorial School (Walkeshwar) 3 (Yash Jain 2, Abhishek B) via tie-breaker; B-16-POL: Gokuldham H S (Goregaon) 2 (Arya Agrawal, Harshit Gupta) bt New Era (Grant Road) 1 (Anuj G).
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