KATHMANDU, June 29: Laxmi Hyundai Manang Marshyangdi Club (MMC) has changed its organizational structure and elected a 7-member directors´ council above the executive committee. MMC issued a press release on Friday and informed that the general assembly held last week took the decision.
Tashi Wangdi Ghale, who was the president of the executive committee has been elected as the coordinator of the directors´ council.
Solim Grung, Kanchha Gurung, Tsering Dorje Gurung, Kapli Gurung, Chhimi Urken Gurung and Bhujung Gurung are the members of directors´ council. Meanwhile, the general assembly elected Jamling Ghale and MB Gurung as the president and general secretary of the new executive committee respectively.
Khatri wins two gold medals
KATHMANDU: Renuka Khatri of host Morgan clinched the ladies´ singles gold in the Third Morgan Cup Inter College Table Tennis Tournament on Friday. Khatri defeated Selisha Khadgi of Bern Herdt 14-12, 11-3, 11-9 in the final played at the National Table Tennis Training Center, Lainchaur on Friday. Meanwhile, duo of Bilosh Shrestha and Ajesh Maharjan beat Nihal Shrestha and Gaurav Ranjit 11-7, 11-6, 11-5 in the final of men´s doubles while Khatri and Alina Maharjan claimed gold in women´s doubles. Khatri and Maharjan teamed up to edged past Prime´s duo Sunita Lama and Erika Maharjan 11-3, 11-2, 12-10. In mixed doubles final, Bilosh Shrestha and Selisha Khadgi teamed up for Bern Herdt to beat Prajwal Shrestha and Alina Maharjan of Morgan 11-2, 6-11, 12-10, 11-8.
Bern Herdt wins gold
KATHMANDU: Host Kathmandu Bern Herdt College won the gold medal in men´s team event of the First Bern Herdt Inter College Table Tennis Tournament. Bern Herdt defeated Patan Campus 3-0 in the finals played on Friday. Rachana Koirala of St Xavier´s defeated Binisha Paudel of Ambition 11-6, 11-4, 12-10 in the final of girls´ singles.
GoldenGate lifts title
KATHMANDU: GoldenGate International College claimed the title of the First Inter College Masters Science Basketball Tournament on Friday. GoldenGate thrashed TU 61-28 in the final. Nabin Kishor Bimali was awarded with the most valuable player of the tournament trophy.
Premier, GoldenGate lift U-19 title
KATHMANDU: Premier and GoldenGate College lifted the Nobel Cup Third U-19 3X3 National Basketball Championship on Friday. In the girls´ category, Premier defeated host Nobel Academy 15-7. Nobel had taken an early lead in the game but Samichan Bista´s two pointer in the third minute changed the tide in favor of Premier. Bista netted 9 points with 4 two pointers in the game. Earlier in the semifinal, Premier had defeated NASA 10-7 with 6 points from Anusha Malla. Nobel Academy had advanced into the final with a 15-9 victory over GoldenGate. In the men´s category, GoldenGate thrashed Trinity 21-9 with 9 points from Bishal Tamang. Tamang netted 4 two pointers.