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NCell Cup, Day 4: Hat-trick Hero Jumanu Sees Off APF, BUC Defeat SYC
5th December, 4th day of the ongoing NCell Cup 2070, Jumanu struck gold for Police Club to see APF went crashing out of the group stage. Three goals coming in at 27th, 65th and 71st minute of the game, made sure that APF had no chance in the game. Similarly in another match today; Boys Union beat Saraswati Youth Club 2 - 1. Aseem Jung Karki's super strike from 35 yards opened the scoring for BUC, with other goal for team coming from Rakesh Lama. Krishna Gopal Shrestha had earlier equalised for SYC....
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Chess team off to Mumbai
Miscellaneous | Chess | International
A seven-member chess committee left for Mumbai, India on Monday to participate in the Fourth Mumbai Mayors\' Cup International Chess Championship.
Rating chess
Miscellaneous | Chess | National
Badri Lal Nepali, Surbir Lama, Bilam Lal Shrestha, Keshav Shrestha, Punya Man Karmarcharya and Bikas Kuluju shared the pole position on the first day of the Arun Kumar Shrestha Memorial Rating Chess Tournament.
Kayastha bags rating chess
Miscellaneous | Chess | National
Madan Krishna Kayastha, bagged the Man Bahadur Memorial Rating Chess Tournament with 6.5 points on Sunday. Kayastha kept his unbeaten record in the tournament intact as he overcame Bikash Kuluju and
Kayastha takes lead with four points
Miscellaneous | Chess | National
Madhan Krishna Kayastha took the lead with 4.5 points at the completion of fifth over at the Man Bahadur Magar Memorial Rating Chess Tournament on Saturday.
Asian Games - Chess
Miscellaneous | Chess | International
Nepal drew mixed results in Chess on Monday. FM Bilam Lal Shrestha won two out of three rounds held at the Guangzhou Chess Institute. Despite having lost the fifth round against Niaz Murshed of Bangladesh he clinched the sixth and seventh against Araz Mohammed of Iraq and Lee Shanghoon of Korea.
Asian Games update
Miscellaneous | Chess | International
Nepal fared relatively better at chess on Sunday. Nepal champion Badri Lal Nepali won the third round against 2091 rated Japanese player Yamada Kohei but lost the fourth round against Abdullah Hasan of UAE.
Lalitpur sports club to organize chess championship
Miscellaneous | Chess | National
Lalitpur Sports Club is organizing the first Yala Cup Invitational Fide Rating Chess Championship which will run through November 9-15.
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Red Bull 'A' Division League (w/ Super League) - 2012-2013

Pos Team Pl W L D +/- Pts
1 Three Star 22 13 5 4 24 43
2 MMC 22 11 3 8 19 41
3 Army 22 11 5 6 14 39
4 Friends 22 9 3 10 15 37
5 NRT 22 10 7 5 10 35
6 Machhindra 22 9 6 7 4 34
7 NPC 22 8 6 8 2 32
8 RCT 22 9 9 4 0 30
9 Saraswati 15 7 6 2 2 23
10 Himalayan Sherpa 15 7 7 1 2 22
11 Sankata 15 5 5 5 -3 20
12 APF 15 5 9 1 -14 16
13 Jawalakhel 15 4 9 2 -10 14
14 Madhyapur 15 3 8 4 -9 13
15 Bansbari 15 1 11 3 -19 6
16 Boudha 15 1 13 1 -27 4
 
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