BUTWAL (REPUBLICA): Butwal Lawn Tennis Club is all set to organize the first Butwal Open Lawn Tennis Tournament from February 23 in Butwal. The five-day tournament will feature six categories namely men’s singles, women’s singles, over 35 singles, over 45 singles, over 65 singles and doubles, said the organizers on Monday.
MAKAWANPUR, Feb 19: The defending champion departmental team Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) has advanced into the semifinals of the ongoing Tuborg Hetauda Gold Cup Football Tournament with a 5-3 win over Far-western XI on Monday.
BANKE, Feb 19: The departmental team Armed Police Force (APF) has given continuity to its dominance in women’s volleyball clinching the fifth Prime Minister Cup International Volleyball title on Monday.
KATHMANDU, Feb 19: The government has announced Rs 300,000 cash prize for each Nepali cricket team members. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has announced the cash prize for the Nepali national cricket team members on Monday.
GANGNEUNG, Feb 19: Russian athletes and sports officials voiced disbelief on Monday that one of their Winter Games medallists was being investigated for suspected doping, a scandal that could imperil Russia’s efforts to regain full Olympic status.
BANKE, Feb 19: Shivam New Diamond Academy and Armed Police Force (APF) have booked their final clash in the ongoing fifth Prime Minister Cup International Women’s Volleyball, defeating Bangladesh-based Ifad Group Women’s Volleyball Team and Nepal Police Club (NPC), respectively.
MAKWANPUR, Feb 19: Nepal Police Club has booked its place in the semifinals of the ongoing 3rd Suman Bomjan Memorial Tuborg Hetuada Gold Cup football tournament defeating 10-man Bijaya Youth Club 3-0 on Sunday.