Nepal ended their AFC Women's Asian Cup Qualifiers campaign with a draw against Hong Kong on Tuesday.
The result also meant Nepal's hopes of playing the AFC Cup came to an end.
In the match at the JAR Stadium in Tashkent, Nepal held plenty of possession but were unable to find the break the deadlock.
Nepal had lost its first match against Philippines. Nepal lead much of the match against Philippines but were denied victory after two late goals.
Sankhamul Futsal played their second draw in as many matches in the 'A' Division National Futsal League while Sabin Memorial and Futsal 5 Dharan won their respective matches on Tuesday.
Sankhamul played a 2-2 with Sports Castle in the first match of the day. Sports Castle's Kishor Gurung deflected ball into his own net in the sixth minute gave Sankhamul the lead but Bhison Gurung levelled the score in the 13th. Sankhamul's Bibek Pandit and Sports Castle's Anjan Devkota both scored for their respective teams in the 34th minute as the match ended in the draw.
In the second match, Abhinash Tamang, Saroj Gurung and Manish Chhetri scored for Sabin Memorial in their 3-2 win over Lumbini Futsal. Hemanta Gurung scored the brace for Lumbini.
Dhuku Futsal Hub were downed 5-3 by Futsal 5 Dharan after a brace by Prabesh Joshi and one each by Sandip Karki, Saroj Tamang and Ranjit Gurung. Having won the first match, Dhuku's Amit Lama, Bikrant Narsingh Rana and Abhay Rana scored for them but the side were unable to prevent the team from losing the match.
Table-toppers The Rising Club will play against Jharna Sports Club in the first match and Sankhamul will look for their first three points against winless Prabhatpheri Youth Club.
Nepali men's national team will play a friendly against Oman national team in Qatar on September 26.
The friendly will be played at Qatar University football ground in Doha at 7 pm local time.
The national team is currently in closed camp training in Qatar to prepare for SAFF Championship which begins from October 1 in Maldives.
The Rising Club Dharan made it two wins from two matches after defeating winless Prabhatpheri Youth Club 11-6 in the 'A' Division National Futsal League on Monday.
In the second match of the day, Machhindra Sky Goals cruised past Jharna Sports Club with an 8-0 win.
Rewosh Maskey and Man-of-the-Match Biku Tamang both scored hat-tricks in Dharan's win. Milan Rai scored twice and Milan Limbu, Dorje Tamang and Sudip Gurung also scored one each for the side.
Dhiraj Shrestha scored two goals and Dhiraj Joshi, Raj Poudel, Sijan Gurung and Srijesh Puri also got into the score-sheet for Prabhatpheri.
In the second match, braces from Nirmal Gurung Prakash Mahatara and goals from Anil Khadka, Aashish Sunam, Sanjog Chamling and Roshan Adhikari helped Sky Goals to the comfortable win.
Sports Castle will play against Sankhamul Futsal in the first match on Tuesday followed by Lumbini Futsal vs Sabin Memorial. The third and final match of the day will be played between Futsal 5 Dharan and Dhuku Futsal Hub.
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