A seven-day ANFA Referee Course (Phase II) 2023 has concluded in Dharan on Thursday.
Fifty-seven participants had taken part in the course which had begun from September 29.
Fourteen participants passed the course. The passed participants were distributed certificates by Koshi Province Sports Development Board Member Secretary Hangsaraj Wagle and President of Koshi Province Football Association Kishor Rai.
Passed candidates: Dipak Ale, Nimna Hang Rai, Roshi Raj Limbu, Bijay Batar, Lal Bahadur Magar, Santosh Dhimal, Emma Rai, Jashang Nembang, Yubraj Tamang, Uttar Kumar Sunuwar, Suraj Limbu, Pamin Rana Magar, Samyam Basnet and Roshan Chaudhary
Head coach Vincenzo Alberto Annese has been training 25 players for the World Cup Qualifiers Asian Zone Round 1 first leg match against Laos on October 12.
Three players―Kiran Kumar Limbu, Rohit Chand and Manish Dangi―currently on club duty abroad will join the squad later.
The first leg of the match against Laos will be played at Dasharath Stadium while the second leg in Laos on October 17.
Kiran Kumar Limbu (GK), Deep Karki (GK), Abhishek Baral (GK), Anish Deula (GK), Sanish Shrestha, Ananta Tamang, Ashish Gurung, Rohit Chand, Anjan Rai, Aashish Chaudhary, Amrit Shrestha, Arik Bista, Chhiring Lama, Sudip Gurung, Laken Limbu, Awas Lamichhane, Utsav Rai, Kritish Ratna Chhunju, Manish Dangi, Anjan Bista, Ayush Ghalan, Gillespye Jung Karki, Dinesh Henjan, Hisub Thapaliya, Sanjeeb Bista
India defeated Pakistan 3-0 in the finals of the SAFF U-19 Championship 2023 to lift the title at Dasharath Stadium on Saturday.
After a goalless first half, Manglenthang Kipgen scored in the 64th minute before doubling it in the 85th minute for India. Gwgwmsar Goyary scored India's third in the fifth minute of the added time.
Minister for Youth and Sports Dig Bahadur Limbu, SAFF General Secretary Anwarul Haq Helal, ANFA President Pankaj Bikram Nembang, General Secretary Kiran Rai awarded the medal and trophy to the winner and runner-up of the tournament.
Nepal lost to India on penalties to end their SAFF U-19 Championship 2023 campaign on Wednesday.
After a 1-1 draw, the match headed to penalties which India won 3-2.
India took the lead through Sahil Khurshid in the 26th minute before Samir Tamang equalized in the 74th minute in front of near-capacity crowd at the Dasharath Stadium.
Ashwin Ghorasainee and Kushal Deuba scored for Nepal on the penalties. Lachhu Thapa's shot was saved while Bikram Tamang's shot skied over the bar.
Arjun Singh, Gwgwmsar Goyary and Manglenthang Kipgen scored for India. Dinesh Singh's shot was saved by Nepali goalkeeper Jiyarat Shekh while Ricky Meetei Haobam's shot came off the upright.
In the other semi-final played in the afternoon, Pakistan defeated Bhutan 6-5 on penalties after goalless 90 minutes of the game. Muhammad Adeel, Shah Jahan, Ali Zafar, Khurshid Alam, Muhammad Sadam and Kamil Ahmed Khan scored for Pakistan while Kinzang Tenzing, Jigme Namgyel, Rinzin Dorji, Ugyen Dorji and Pema Zangpo scored for Bhutan. Tshetrim Pelzang's shot in the sudden death went wide.
The final between India and Pakistan will be played on Saturday.
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