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  • Nepal complete final preparations

    Aug 16, 2017- Nepali youth team on Tuesday completed their final preparation for the Saff U-15 Championship with a 3-1 loss to top tier football club Nepal Armed Police Force (APF) Club. The 10-day biennial tournament beginning from Friday is a replacement of Saff U-16 Championship and features six south Asian teams. The event is also taken as a warm-up tournament for the AFC U-16 Championship Qualifiers. The 2018 AFC U-16 Championship Qualifiers is scheduled for September 16-24 at...

    Church Boys win Pathivara Gold Cup

    Aug 15, 2017- Church Boys Club of Kathmandu won the Pathivara Gold Cup football tournament with a 3-0 drubbing of Sagarmatha Youth Club of Biratnagar in the final on Monday. Jangbu Sherpa, Raj Paudel and Raj Kumar Kandangwa netted a goal each for Church Boys. The champions earned Rs 211,111 and the runners-up Sagarmatha got Rs 111,111. Sherpa opened scoring early in the 12th minute before Paudel doubled their tally seven minutes later. Kandangwa made the game secure for...

    Three new faces in judo team

    Aug 14, 2017- Three new faces have secured place for national judo team through Ambika Bahadur Chhetri Memorial Open Judo Championship at the National Sports Council training hall in Satdobato on Saturday. In an event that serves as selection of players for national team, female judokas Sumitra Rai and Aakriti Joshi and Ganga Chaudhary of Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) earned their spots in the national fold after winning their respective weight categories. The winner and the runners up of...

    Footballers gear up for valuable exposure

    Aug 11, 2017- A 30-member Nepali national football team is leaving for Japan on Friday as part of their preparations for the AFC Asia Cup Championships Qualifiers. It will be the first Japan tour of Nepali national team since 1997 when they visited Japan for World Cup qualifiers. The Nepali team will play five friendly matches in Japan: two against the age-group teams of top-tier Japanese clubs and three against University and local teams. Nepal will play the U-23...

    Minister vows to end politics in sports

    KATHMANDU, August 9: Minister for Youth and Sports Rajendra Kumar KC said that he is fully committed to preventing the politics affecting Nepali sports. “I am well-informed about Nepali sports being affected by politics but during my tenure I will not allow politics to influence the sports,” said KC speaking at the interaction with Nepali medalilsts of South Asian Games (SAG) and Asian Games, at his official residence in Harihar Bhawan, Pulchowk, on Tuesday. “I won’t let politics to...

    Open Judo for nat’l team

    Aug 8, 2017- The eighth Ambika Bahadur Chhetri Memorial Open Judo Championships is set to from August 11 to 13 at the National Sports Council’s training hall in Satdobato. The tournament, which features competitions in eight weight categories in both men’s and women’s sections, will finalise a new batch of players for national team. Additionally, it also picks up a judoka — men’s U-90kg weight category — for an international tournament, organisers Nepal Judo Association (NJA) informed at a...

    Himalaya Roadies clicks into gear, vote outs begin

    Aug 8, 2017- The race to become the first ever Himalaya Roadies is heating up. Having completed a gruelling five-legged audition that travelled to five different cities around the country, the show has now finally moved into the ‘Journey Round’; kick starting the high drama that will undoubtedly unfold in the coming weeks as aspiring contestants are put to the sword with challenging rides, competitive tasks and ‘vote outs’ that will whittle down the playing field until one champion...

    14 years later, Nepali footballer ‘lost’ in Korea returns home to sound sleep

    September 29, 2003 is a date that all Nepali football fans cannot forget, even if they want to. This was the day the national team received the biggest drubbing (16-0) in history, at the hands of a Korean squad that was fresh off the 2002 World Cup at home with its best-ever fourth place finish. The AFC Asia Cup qualifiers was a campaign to forget for Nepal as In their six matches, Nepal conceded 45 goals and failed to hit the...

    Golden Gate, Prime triumph

    Aug 7, 2017- Golden Gate ‘B’ and Prime College ‘D’ clinched the titles of NeBA President Cup 3×3 Nation-wide Basketball Championships at the National Sports Council covered hall on Sunday. Both the champions beat teams from their own colleges in the title clashes. Golden Gate ‘B’ defeated their ‘A’ Team 21-20 in the boys’ final, while Prime saw off their ‘D’ Team 13-1 in the girls’ finals. Rajiv Joshi of Golden Gate and Luniva Singh of Prime were declared...

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