Nepal Police Club (NPC) registered a comfortable 3-0 victory against Biratnagar Metropolitan City Morang (BMC) in the National Women's League match on Tuesday.
Nirmala Upadhyaya scored once and Niru Thapa hit a brace in the win. Upadhyaya gave NPC lead in the 41st minute. The lead was doubled by Thapa in the 57th minute. NPC killed off the game when Thapa added her second three minutes after scoring her first.
The win took NPC over Biratnagar to fourth place with 11 points. Waling Municipality Syangja also have 11 points but lie above NPC due to better head-to-head difference. Waling had defeated NPC 1-0 in the second leg after 1-1 draw in the first leg.
Biratnagar slip to fifth place after today's loss.
Kishore Maharjan, the Executive Chairman at Star Hospital and Ayush JB Rana, Venue Manager and Operation Consultant at India on Track have been nominated as the members of All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) Commercial and Marketing Committee.
ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa handed them the nomination amid a special function at ANFA Complex on Sunday.
Tribhuvan Army Football Club (TAFC) defeated Waling Municipality Syangja 2-0 and remain in pursuit of the National Women's League title on Tuesday.
Sharmila Thapa opened the scoring and Pushpa Gurung scored into her own goal in the first half to give TAFC the win at ANFA Complex in Satdobato.
Thapa scored in the first minute while Gurung deflected another just three minutes before half-time in her own net in TAFC's win.
TAFC coach Raju Tamang said he was happy to emerge as winners against a tough opponent as Waling. "The early goal helped our cause. Our defense was also good today stopping their strikers," said Tamang.
Waling coach Dilip Thapa said conceding early goal put them under pressure. "My players did well but the early goal put pressure on us. That goal changed the context of the game," said Thapa.
TAFC reduced the gap over table-toppers Nepal Armed Police Force Club (APF) to two points. Waling are third on the table with a point above Biratnagar Metropolitan City Morang and three points above Nepal Police Club.
Nepal Armed Police Force Club (APF) hammered Chaudandigadhi Municipality Udaypur 14-0 to record their seventh straight win in the National Women's League match on Monday.
Sabitra Bhandari scored eight, Anita KC and Anita Basnet hit a brace each and Anu Lama and Rabina Gole scored one each in the big win at ANFA Complex in Satdobato.
The win extended APF's lead at the top over Tribhuvan Army Football Club (TAFC) to five points. Chaudandigadhi, who lost the first leg against APF 22-0, put on an improved performance in the return leg. They lie at the bottom of the table without a point.
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