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Kotdwar. The Inter-School High School Heroes Football Cup organized by Shaheed Mukesh Bisht Academy was in the named of St. Joseph’s Convent School. The players of the convent won the winners trophy by winning all the matches of the competition. Convent player Nilesh Thapliyal was awarded the Golden Ball for the highest goal scorer in the final match and Bal Bharati School player Rudra Negi was awarded the Golden Boot for the highest goal scorer in the competition.

On Friday, the final match of the football competition held at Motadhank’s Mini Stadium was played between St. Joseph’s Convent School and MKVN School. In the ninth minute of the match, Convent player Nilesh Thapliyal scored his best first goal to give Convent a 1-0 lead. After this, Archit scored 2-0 and Vedant scored a beautiful goal from zero angle near the goal to take Convent’s lead 3-0.

In the second half, MKVN improved their performance, but MKVN’s defense seemed helpless in front of Nilesh of Convent. Nilesh Thapliyal scored his second goal in the 50th minute of the match to extend Convent’s lead to 4-0. A beautiful free kick from Convent player Raja in the final 10 minutes gave Convent a 5-0 lead, and a desperate MKVN player shot his own goal in the final minute of the competition to give Convent School a 6-0 victory over High School Heroes Football Cup Champion.
On this occasion Rudra Negi was awarded the Golden Boot, Nilesh Thapliyal was awarded the Golden Ball and Aditya Rawat was awarded the Golden Gulf for scoring the maximum six goals in the competition. International Coach Sunil Rawat and Kotdwar Football Association President Darshan Bhandari presented the runner-up team trophy to MKVN School. Social activists Giriraj Singh Rawat and Laxman Singh Bisht presented the winning trophy to the St. Joseph’s Convent School team. Hrithik Negi, Inder Rawat and Mayank played the judges in the competition organized under the guidance of Siddharth Uniyal.

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