Churchill Brothers FC makes a bad start in the IWL

With a 6-0 victory for Sethu FC over Churchill Brothers FC at the Shahibaug Police Stadium in Ahmedabad. The first round of the 2022-23 Hero Indian Women’s League concluded on Friday.

Kajol Dsouza shined the brightest for the Madurai team. Which had a slew of Indian young internationals, scoring four goals in the first half.

Sunita Munda and Kenyan attacker Ivy Faith Atieno scored two more goals for Sethu. Who moved to the top of Group B with Odisha FC, who also triumphed 6-0 over CRPF FC on Thursday.

With an 8-2 thrashing of East Bengal FC. Reigning champion Gokulam Kerala got off to a flawless start in Group A. In total, 35 goals were scored in the first eight games of the current IWL season.

Gokulam Kerala, who won the title last year with 11 victories out of 11. Got off to a flying start in this year’s campaign. However, going 3-0 up after only seven minutes against Calcutta Women’s Football League Champions East Bengal.

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While Rimpa Haldar and Tulsi Hembram pulled two back for the Red and Golds, Gokulam’s Nepali forward Sabitra Bhandari scored five goals.

Odisha FC, however the other major favourites, made a flawless IWL start, winning 6-0 over CRPF FC. The Odisha Women’s League winners were superb, as predicted, after signing a number of renowned Indian stars and a handful of overseas players.

The fact, moreover that his team’s six goals were scored by six different players would have thrilled head coach Crispin Chettri the most.

Lords FA, the Kerala Women’s League champion, too had a flawless debut. The Kochi side defeated fellow debutants Celtic Queens FC from Puducherry 4-0, due to a hat-trick from Philippines international midfielder Camille Rodriguez in the second half.

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