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Athletics, Wrestling Team Leaving Today
KAHTMANDU, Sept 24: Nepali Athletics and wrestling teams are leaving for Incheon, South Korea on Wednesday to participate in the ongoing 17th Asian Games being held there.
Six male and four female athletes will participate in 17 different events of athletics, while two wrestlers will participate in the competition.

In athletics, six male players will vie for ten events and four female players will participate in seven events. Among them, six players are national record holders.
Santosh Guides Pokhara To The Final
KATHMANDU, Sept 23 : Santosh Upadhyay´s five wickets haul guided Region No 8 (Pokhara) to the final of the Wai Wai U-19 National Cricket Tournament on Tuesday as it overcame Region No 1 (Biratnagar) by 28 runs in the first semifinal.

Biratnagar, the contender of the title that was chasing 138-run target at the Tribhuvan University Ground, Kirtipur, was bowled out for 145 runs in 44.4 overs after scintillating spell from Santosh.
Army To Hold Invitational Women's Football
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: The Nepal Army is all set to organize the Second Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Invitational Women´s Football Tournament in the near future including teams from abroad, states a press release issued by the Nepal Army on Tuesday.

The announcement was made during the closing ceremony of the CoAS Sports Meet. Meanwhile, CoAS Gaurav Shumsher Rana handed over prizes to the winners of various events held under the Sports Meet. Rana also rewarded Rajan Khatri, who won the 10-km road race, with a cash prize of Rs 28,000.
Arif, Karan To Train In India
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Aarif Sheikh and Karan KC, who are in the closed camp for the ICC World Cricket League (WCL) Division 3, are going India for a 10-day training at Just Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.

The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) arranged the training program scheduled from September 26 to October 5. CAN will provide Rs 100,000 for training fee as well as bear accommodation fees.
Asian Games: Nepali Players Continue To Disappoint
KATHMANDU, Sept 23: Nepal faced defeat in the 50-metre freestyle event of the swimming on Tuesday in the 17th Asian Games (Asiad) undergoing at Incheon of South Korea.

Sirish Gurung and Miraj Prajapati could not perform as expected in 50-metre freestyle event of the swimming. Gurung crossed the distance at 27.23 seconds and achieve fourth position. He improves his own record by 0.02 second.
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