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  Satdobato Finishes Fifth
    KATHMANDU, April 23: Satdobato Youth Club came from a goal down to defeat Boudha FC 4-2 in their last fixture of the Martyr´s Memorial B Division League at the Dasharath Stadium on Wednesday.

With the win Satdobato wrapped up the league campaign in fifth position on 17 points, one point behind fourth placed Naya Basti Yuwa Club, which has a match in hand.

  Relaince Wins International Sports Festival Handball

  DPR Korea Crowned ITF Champion
    KATHMANDU, April 23 : DPR Korea was crowned Seventh Asian Taekwon-do Championship title in the senior category on the back of 24 gold and four silver medals as the mega event concluded at the National Sports Council covered hall in Kathmandu on Wednesday. Tajikistan won the junior title with 26 gold.

Tajikistan finished as the runner-up in the senior category with three gold, 12 bronze and seven bronze medals while Kazakhstan, with three gold, four silver and five bronze medals, took third place.

  TT Team Leaves For Japan Saturday
    KATHMANDU,April 23: A nine-member Nepali team, including six players, is scheduled to leave for Japan for the World Team Table Tennis Championship on Saturday. The event is scheduled to be held in Tokyo, Japan, from April 28 to May 5.

The men team includes top ranked Shiva Sundar Gothe, second ranked Purushottam Bajracharya and former national champion Ajay Suwal while women team comprises of highest ranked Nabita Shrestha, second ranked Alina Maharjan and third Ritamaiya Prajapati.

  Sydney FC Fires Head Coach Frank Farina
    SYDNEY, April 23: Sydney FC has fired Frank Farina as head coach just a few days after the club was eliminated in the playoff series and finished fifth in the Australian A-League.

Sydney chairman Scott Barlow says the ex-Australia and Brisbane coach "joined in a difficult period last season and has always given his absolute dedication and commitment to the club."

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