2019 SAFF Women's Championship (Biratnagar, Nepal)


NB: fifth edition; all seven South Asian nations entered.
    all matches at Shahid Rangashala, Biratnagar

Group A

[Mar 12]
Nepal           3-0 Bhutan 
  [Manjali Kumari Yonjan 13, Sabitra Bhandari 16, Niru Thapa 54]
  [ref: Mizanur Rahman (Bangladesh); att: 2,798]
	
[Mar 14]
Bhutan          0-2 Bangladesh 
  [Mishrat Jahan Moushumi 47, Sabina Khatun 85]
  [ref: Ashish Choudhury (India); att: 2,379]

[Mar 16]
Bangladesh      0-3 Nepal 
  [Masura Parvin 6og, Sabitra Bhandari 23, Manjali Kumari Yonjan 28]
  [ref: Sanjay Chakrabarty (India); att: 4,687]

 1.Nepal           2   2  0  0   6- 0   6  Qualified
 2.Bangladesh      2   1  0  1   2- 3   3  Qualified
 3.Bhutan          2   0  0  2   0- 5   0

Group B

[Mar 13]
India           6-0 Maldives 
  [Dangmei Grace 8, Sandhiya Rangarathan 13, Indumathi Kathiresan 22,
   Sanju Yadav 27, 89, Ratanbala Devi 45]
  [India: Aditi Chauhan (Sowmiya N 66); Jabamani Tudu, Ashalata Devi, Sweety Devi,
          Dalima Chhibber, Indumati Kathiresan (Manisha 46), Sangita Basfore,
          Ratanbala Devi (Roja Devi 76), Dangmei Grace, Sanju, Sandhiya Ranganathan;
   ref: Ashmita Manandhar (Nepal); att: 1,813]
	
[Mar 15]
Maldives        0-2 Sri Lanka 
  [Chalini Kumari Ekanayake 40, 50]
  [ref: Dulal Mridha (Bangladesh); att: 1,464]

[Mar 17]
Sri Lanka       0-5 India 
  [Dangmei Grace 4, Sandhiya Rangarathan 7, Indumathi Kathiresan 36,
   Sangita Basfore 45, Ratanbala Devi 47]
  [India: Aditi Chauhan (GK) (70 Linthoingambi Devi) Jabamani Tudu, Ashalata Devi,
          Sweety Devi (46 Lako Phuti BhutiA), Dalima Chhibber; Sangita Basfore,
          Ratanbala Devi, Indumathi Kathiresan (57 Anju Tamang); Sanju Yadav,
          Grace Dangmei, Sandhiya Ranganathan;
   ref: Mizanur Rahman (Bangladesh); att: 1,684]

 1.India           2   2  0  0   11- 0   6  Qualified
 2.Sri Lanka       2   1  0  1   2-  5   3  Qualified
 3.Maldives        2   0  0  2   0-  8   0

Semifinals [Mar 20]
Nepal           4-0 Bhutan 
  [Punam Jargha Magar 42, Anita Basnet 73, Sabitra Bhandari 82, Rekha Paundel 86]
  [ref: Pratap Singh (India); att: 4,112]
India           4-0 Maldives 
  [Indumathi Kathiresan 22, 37, Dalima Chhiber 18, Manisha Panna 93+3]
  [India: Aditi Chauhan (GK), Jabamani Tudu (Michel Castanha 90), Sweety Devi,
          Ashalata Devi, Dalima Chhibber; Sangita Basfore, Ratanbala Devi (Anju Tamang 56),
          Indumathi Kathiresan, Sanju, Dangmei Grace (Manisha 66), Sandhiya Ranganathan;
   ref: Mohammed Nizam (Sri Lanka); att: 1,263]

Final [Mar 22]
Nepal           1-3 India
  [Dalima Chhibber 26, Dangmei Grace Anju Tamang 78]
  [India: Aditi Chauhan (GK), Jabamani Tudu, Sweety Devi (Ranjana Chanu 90), Ashalata Devi,
          Dalima Chhibber; Indumathi Kathiresan, Sangita Basfore, Ratanbala Devi,
          Sanju Yadav, Dangmei Grace, Sandhiya Ranganathan (Anju Tamang 64);
   ref: Md. Manir Dhani (Bangladesh); att: 10,000]

Topscorers:  Indumathi Kathiresan (India)
             Sabitra Bhandari (Nepal)
Best player: Dangmei Grace
Fair play:   Bangladesh


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