Brigade Boys Club stunned Nepal Police Club 3-0 on Tuesday as they advanced to Quarterfinals as group winners of the ongoing Lalit Memorial U18 Championship being held at the ANFA Complex, Satdobato.
Rejin Subba (39’), Brijesh Chaudhary (42’) and Shisir Lekhi (67’) scored a goal each for BBC.
Khapta Boarding School 4-1 Dilpeshwor School
Saileshworu School 1-0 Sahid Marthi School
Pavitra School 4-2 Sujoo School (PSO)
Morning Light 2-0 Kumalikot School
Little Angles School 4-1 Shree Krishna Secondary School
Sidhartha Banasthali 17-0 Khorping English School
Nepal Rastriya School 7-0 Pinnacle Scholars Academy
Nepal APF 3-0 Shramik Shanti School
Siddhartha 1-2 DAV
Little Angle 4-2 Shramik Shanti
Nepal Rastriya 1(2)-1(4) DAV
Little Angle 7-0 DAV
Mangal Deep 7-0 Jalpa Secondary
Everest 6-5 Green Field (Tie-Breaker)
Madan Smarak 13-0 Liverpool School
Liverpool 6-1 Everest
Sainik Awashiya 9-8 Mangal Deep
Sainik 4-0 Liverpool School
Sainik 3-0 Little Angel (POOL A - FINAL)
Model Engish School 1-0 Caspian Academy
Durga Laxmi Secondary 3-0 Satyawati Academy
Lord Buddha Boarding School 2-0 Koshi Saint Gems
Namuna School 2-0 Littil Flower
Him Shikhar 1-0 D.V.M
Bright Future 4-5 Saraswoti School (PSO)
Mahendra Memorial 1-0 Namuna Boarding
Himshikhar 2-1 Lord Buddha
Namuna Boarding 3-2 Bright Future
Rastriya Secondary 2-0 Himali Boarding
Shikhar Academy 1-0 Shahid Smriti
Him Shikhar 1-0 Shree Secondary
Armed Police Force made a superb start to the Lalit Memorial U18 Championship on Monday as the APF striker Ranjan Pun scored twice to fire Three Star Club to a 5-2-win at the ANFA Complex, Satdobato.
APF started brightly as they took the lead in the 21st minute through Bipin Thapa Magar. Rajan Pun added to their lead three minutes later while Rohan Pradhan made it 3-0 in the 33rd minute.
Three Star’s Dipson Raut (44’) and Suman Shrestha (48’) pulled them back into contest but failed to continue their comeback.
However, Ranjan Pun (73’) and Santosh Thokar (86’) netted each in second half to make it 5-2.
Elsewhere, New Road Team (NRT) and CMG Club Sankata played an entertaining 1-1 draw in the second match of the day.
The thrilling first half ended goalless and NRT started the second half on the front foot and struck first through Bibek Rai in the 75th minute.
Sankata’s Abi Pahari quickly responded to NRT scoring a fantastic equalizer in the 76th minute.
Biratnagar Municipality lifted the Deputy Mayor Inter Municipality Football Tournament trophy with a 4-1 tiebreaker victory over Barhabise Municipality at the Halchowk Stadium on Thursday.
The final match was pushed to tiebreaker after both teams failed to break a 1-1 goal deadlock in the regulation time.
Rekha Poudel, Ima Rai, Bidhya Rana and Manmaya Limbu scored for Biratnagar in the tiebreaker, while Rubina Pahari only netted for Barhabise.
Samjhana Lawati had earlier provided lead to Barhabise in the 27th minute.
Jamuna Magar then leveled the score for Biratnagar in the 47th minute.
Biratnagar collected Rs.5 lakhs and Barhabise received Rs. 3 lakhs.
Most Valuable Player: Rekha Poudel (Biratnagar)
Best Goalkeeper: Kalpana karki (Biratnagar)
Best Defender: Sarita Sherpa (Barhabise)
Best Midfielder: Rajani Shrestha (Barhabise)
Best Forward: Parbati Ghale (Barhabise)
Best Coach: Paras Chaudhary (Biratnagar)
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