The second list has matches scheduled from Wednesday, August 29 to Friday, September 7 with all participating clubs at least once in action over that 10 day period.
So far the Calcutta Premier Division 2012 has been about Mohun Bagan AC’s walkovers against Southern Samity and Tollygunge Agragami due to the non-resolution of the Tolgay Ozbey transfer issue and their archrival East Bengal’s two high scoring victories.
East Bengal Club, Prayag United SC, Aryan Club, Army XI, Kalighat Milan Sangha, Railway FC, BNR, George Telegraph SC, Eastern Railway SC, Peerless SC
30-Aug-2012: East Bengal Club – BNR RC
30-Aug-2012: Kalighat Milan Sangha – Peerless SC
31-Aug-2012: Prayag United SC – George Telegraph SC
31-Aug-2012: Aryan Club – Railway FC
03-Sep-2012: East Bengal Club – Army XI
03-Sep-2012: BNR RC – Eastern Railway SC
06-Sep-2012: Prayag United SC – Peerless SC
06-Sep-2012: Aryan Club – BNR RC
06-Sep-2012: Army XI – Railway FC
06-Sep-2012: Kalighat Milan Sangha – Eastern Railway SC
Mohun Bagan AC, Mohammedan Sporting Club, Bhawanipore Club, Calcutta Port Trust, Tollygunge Agragami, Police AC, Southern Samity, West Bengal Police, Kalighat Club
29-Aug-2012: Mohun Bagan AC – West Bengal Police
01-Sep-2012: Mohammedan Sporting Club – Bhawanipore Club
01-Sep-2012: Calcutta Port Trust – Tollygunge Agragami
02-Sep-2012: Mohun Bagan AC – Kalighat Club
04-Sep-2012: Tollygunge Agragami – Police AC
07-Sep-2012: Mohammedan Sporting Club – Police AC
07-Sep-2012: Calcutta Port Trust – Southern Samity
07-Sep-2012: West Bengal Police – Kalighat Club
Published with permission from Arunava about Football.