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U-17 Football

Sirajuddin Academy emerge champions in Sylhet Division

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UNB, Dhaka :
Sirajuddin Ahmed Academy emerged champions in Sylhet Division of the Clearmen Bangladesh Under-17 Football Championship to reach national round of the meet beating Pragoti High School by 5-4 goals in tie breaker in the final at Sylhet MC College ground on Saturday.
Both the finalists-Sirajuddin Academy and Pragoti High-earned the right to play in the 16-team national round in Dhaka.
Thirty two teams took part in the Sylhet Division of the meet that began on April 10.
Meanwhile, the final match of Chattogram Division will be held on Monday (April 16) at the Chattogram Physical Education College.
After the 16-team national round in Dhaka, Bangladesh Football Federation will pick-up 26 booters for intensive training.

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