Kohima, October 20, 2019:

Defending champions Centurion FC on Saturday beat Viswemi FC 2-0 in the final to retain the Naga Students’ Federation Martyr’s Memorial Trophy at the Kohima local ground on Saturday.

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The victors walked away with a cash prize of Rs 2 lakh, along with a glittering trophy and citations. Meanwhile, the runners-up Viswemi FC received Rs 1.20 lakh along with a trophy and citations. The two semi-finalists MVYO Meriema and MTYO Medziphema received Rs 30,000 each.

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Vekhruto Resu and Yhunshalo Kemp scored a goal each to seal the victory for the defending champions.

Keduvikho Mekro, captain of Viswemi FC, was declared the player of the tournament. He received a two-wheeler, along with citations.

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Defender Nighatu Assumi, of Centurion FC, was adjudged the best defender, while Medophrezo Kezieo of Centurion FC was named the best goalkeeper. Visalie Mezhü of MTYO Medziphema was adjudged best midfielder and Vizotuolie Lhousi of MVYO Meriema was the highest scorer of the tournament.

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