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Siddhartha Banasthali 17-0 Khopring English School
Sainik Awashiya 3-0 Sun Shine School
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Everest Awashiya 6-5 Green Field School
Madan Smarak 13-0 Liverpool Secondary School
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Balgitanjali School 0-4 Siddhi Mangal
Kathmandu Little School 1-7 Green Academy
Tungram International 1-2 Shanti Sewa Griha
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Janasewa Secondary 3-0 Siddhi Mangal
Shanti Sewa Griha 3-0 Green Academy
Bhaktapur Siddhi 0(4)-0(3) Janasewa
Bhaktapur English 2-1 Shanti Sewa Griha (FINAL- POOL B)
Ekta Gems School 5-1 Laboratory School
Griheshwori 8-2 Kids Learning School
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The All Nepal Football Association on Sunday invited all the 14 ‘A’ Division Clubs to discuss about the progress Club Licensing for the year 2020.
In the meeting chaired by ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa, the clubs agreed to submit required documents to be fulfilled in the CLAS by August 31st 2019.
Brigade Boys Club defeated Nepal Police Club 1-0 to reclaim the Lalit Memorial U18 Championship title at ANFA Complex in Satdobato today.
In the final match, Brijesh Chaudhary scored the only winning goal for BBC.
Chaudhary beautifully directed the ball into post to give BBC a lead in the 23rd minute.
The club won Rs. 300, 000 on prize money while runner-up Nepal Police was rewarded with Rs. 150,000.
Brigade Boys’s Subit Karki, Sishir Lekhi, Brijesh Chaudhary won the best coach, the best midfielder, the best forward awards respectively.
Likewise, Bishal Sunar (ARMY) and Bishal Basnet (NP) was declared the best goalkeeper and the best defender awards.
The best players and the best coach were prized with Rs. 10, 000 each.
The departmental team Tribhuwan Army had won the first and second editions of the championship, which is organized by the All Nepal Football Association in the memory of its Acting President Lalit Krishna Shrestha.
Sainik Youth Club won the title of the Chief Minister Cup Province League Football Tournament here at Dharan Stadium on Tuesday.
Sainik Youth deafeated Morang based Belbari Football Club 2-1 in the final match.
Rejit Majhi gave an early lead for Sainik Youth in the 2nd minute of the match. Bikesh Subba found the back net in 87th minute to seal the victory for Sainik Youth.
Saurav Karki had earlier equalized the score for Belbari in 67th minute.
Champion team Sainik Youth received Rs, 500, 000 while runners-up Belbari were awarded with Rs. 300, 000.
Manakamana Youth Club starts spraying disinfectant in local ward after increase in Covid-19 cases
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