Magura District clinched the JFA U-14 National Women's Football Championship title beating Rangpur District by 3-1 goals in the final at the Muktijoddha Smriti Stadium in Rajshahi on Monday.
Nabiron Khatun struck twice in the 20th and 48th minutes while Arpita Biswas netted the remaining goal for the champions in the 64th minute.
Khadiza scored the lone goal for the runners up Rangpur in the 14th minute.
Later, the captain of Magura team Nabiron Khatun was adjudged best player of the final.
Besides, Suborna Khatun of Magura was adjudged as the best player, Arpita Biswas of Magura named as the highest scorer (9 goals), Reshme Akhter of Rangpur named as the best promising player of the tournament. Host Rajshahi District team won the Fair Play Trophy.
Rajshahi City Mayor AHM Khairuzzaman Liton witnessed the day's final as the chief guest and later he distributed the trophies.
Earlier in the semifinals, Rangpur District eliminated hosts Rajshahi District by 2-0 goals while Magura District outplayed Gaibandha District by 4-0 goals.
Star-studded Bashundhara Kings clinched the seven-team Tricotex Women's Football League 2019-20 title on Sunday with one match to play.
They crushed Jamalpur Kacharipara Ekadash with a 13-1 goal win at the Kamalapur Stadium featuring five goals by national team forward Sabina Khatun.
Also, striker Tohura grabbed a treble while Shopna struck two goals. And Nargis, Maria and Sheuli netted one each for the champions.
However, Asha of Kings scored an own goal, a consolation for Jamalpur.
After the day's match, Bashundhara Kings comfortably dominated the league table, securing full 33 points from 11 straight matches while their nearest rival Nasrin Sports Academy bagged 24 points from 10.
Kings will play their last match against FC Uttar Bongo on Wednesday, the result of which will not change the league title winner.
In the day's other match, Spartan MK Gallactico Sylhet beat Begum Anwara SC by 3-0 goals at the same venue in the morning.
Bonnya scored two and Ruksana netted one for the winners.
Rangpur, Magura District teams reached the final of the JFA U-14 National Women's Football Championship eliminating their rivals in the semifinals at the Muktijoddha Smriti Stadium in Rajshahi on Friday.
The two teams will play final on Monday (Nov 7) at 2 pm at the same venue.
In the day's first semifinal, Rangpur District eliminated hosts Rajshahi District beating them by 2-0 goals.
Khadiza scored both the goals for Rangpur in the 21st and 38th minutes.
In the day's other semis, Magura District outplayed Gaibandha District by 4-0 goals at the same venue.
Soumiya put Magura District ahead in the 18th minute (1-0), Bristi doubled margin in the 28th minute (2-0), Kona Karmokar scored the 3rd goal in the 33rd minute (3-0) while Munni sealed the fate of the match scoring the 4th goal in the 46th minute (4-0).
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has sought speedy and complete recovery of BFF President Kazi Mohammad Salahuddin, who tested positive for Covid-19 on November 25.
In a letter on Wednesday, Gianni addressed to Salahuddin as dear friend and said he had learned about the BFB chief diagnosed with Covid-19.
"From Zurich, I would like extend to you, on be half of the international football community and on my personal behalf, my best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery, with the hope to see you in full healthy very soon.
"Health is a top priority and I am accompanying you from distance to give you the strength to get through the period," the FIFA boss said.
A few days after testing positive for coronavirus, BFF President Salahuddin has been in self-isolation and remains in quarantine.
In a statement on Thursday, Salahuddin said he was feeling well, but still had some light symptoms.
“I've gone through so many messages, phone calls and letters over the last few days and I would like to genuinely thank everyone for their support, which is truly heart-warming. Thank you from the bottom of my heart," he added.