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Girls’ Football Festival concludes

By B.TUNGALAG

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) and Asian Football Confederation have jointly organized the first Girls’ Football Festival on March 7 and 8. A total of nine girls’ football teams competed in U11, U13 and U15 categories.
Five teams competed in the U11 category, and Sansar FC claimed a gold medal without any loses. Sansar was followed by Arvis FC and Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud FC.
In the U13 category, Shine Yarmag FC won a gold medal, and was followed by Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud and Kharaatsai.
Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud FC won a gold medal in the U15 category. The silver medal went to Khoromkhon FC and Bayanzurkh District team secured third place.
CEO of the MFF Sh.Jargalsaikhan gave a closing speech and congratulated the girls who will from the Mongolian national women’s team.
The MFF handed all players gifts and footballs of the Asian Football Confederation.

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