Sports

Rijiju: Shillong can be high altitude training centre

January 4, 2021

Shillong, Jan 4: Union Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju on Monday said that Shillong can be developed as a High Altitude Training Centre. He was inaugurating sports facilities at SAI, Training Centre, NEHU Campus here today. During his visit to the centre he inaugurated a Synthetic Athletic Track and Field Read More

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Foundation for construction of Jongksha indoor stadium laid

December 9, 2020

Shillong, Dec 9: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma today laid the base for the construction of an indoor stadium at Jongksha in East Khasi Hills in presence of Sport Minister Banteidor Lyngdoh. The state-of-art sport infrastructure is being built at an estimated cost of Rs. 22 cr and is likely to be completed by Read More

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Sunn objects construction of commercial structure by SRGT

November 30, 2020

SHILLONG, Nov 30: Mawphlang legislator and president of the Shillong Sports Association (SSA), S. K. Sunn has expressed concern that the Shillong Recreation Ground Trust (SRGT) is constructing a commercial structure at the plot of land lying between the PWD road and first ground of the SSA. In a letter written to State Sports Minister, Read More

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Ïohpdiang ka jylla haduh 8.39 klur na ka sorkar pdeng

November 7, 2020

Shillong : Ka madan JN Complex, Shillong ka la shah jied ban rung ha ka thup jong ka Khelo India State Centre of Execellence ha kaba kan ioh pdiang ia ka song kyrshan pisa kaba haduh 8.39 klur tyngka na ka bynta san snem. Haba pynbna ia kane lyngba ka twitter, u Myntri Rangbah ka Read More

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Chief Minister inaugurates precision shooting range

November 4, 2020

Shillong, Nov 4: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma today inaugurated the 10 Meter Indoor Precision Shooting Range at Demthring Lumjingsuk, Shillong, in the presence of Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Banteidor Lyngdoh and members of the Shooting Association of Meghalaya. During his address the Chief Minister said that the shooting range is a small Read More

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Working on implementing Sports Policy: Banteidor

August 29, 2020

Shillong, Aug 29: On National Sports Day, the Meghalaya Sports Department held a small function to felicitate sports persons of the state at the Secretariat. At the event, medallists in Karate and Athletics and winners of the 60th Edition of under 17 Subroto Cup International Football Tournament and National Sub-Junior Football Championships 2019-2020 and their coaches Read More

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Meghalaya team to participate in Dr T Ao Trophy

January 17, 2020

SHILLONG, Jan 17: The Meghalaya football team that will participate in the Dr T Ao Trophy 2020 left Shillong today for Nagaland, where the tournament will be held. Meghalaya have been clubbed with Sikkim, Assam and Mizoram in Group B of the eight-team competition. Group A consists of hosts Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Tripura. Read More

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Lajong wins Meghalaya State League 2019

December 21, 2019

SHILLONG, Dec 21: Shillong Lajong FC were crowned Champions of the Meghalaya State League 2019 today after defeating Rangdaied United after a penalty shoot out where they scored 3-0 at the Teilang Phawa Stadium in Khliehriat. The match headed into a penalty shoot out as both teams were not able to find the back of Read More

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Lajong advance to finals of MSL 2019

December 17, 2019

SHILLONG, Dec 17: Shillong Lajong defeated Druma Sandruma in the second leg semifinals of the Meghalaya State League today by 1-11 at Resubelpara. The Champions of Shillong have advanced to the finals of the Meghalaya State League 2019 after winning the Semifinals against Druma Sandruma with a stunning 21-2 aggregate. The first leg was held Read More

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Meghalaya lifts sub-junior football championship

December 3, 2019

SHILLONG, Dec 3: Meghalaya won the Sub-Junior National Football Championship final 3-0 over Arunachal Pradesh in Kalyani, West Bengal, today. Samchaphrang Lato (52′), Samlang Rympei (90’+4) and Teibok Nongrum (90’+5) scored the three goals to give Meghalaya, who were runners-up in 2017, the title. Both North East sides were unbeaten right through the final round Read More

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