Coca Cola Inter School Football Tournament final round kicks off

11 August 2009 - Coca Cola Inter-school Football Tournament final round kicked off in the capital on Tuesday. In the first day of the league cum knockout tournament, Sautha Higher Secondary School, Janak Boarding School, Gandaki Awasiya School and Radhika High School registered big win.

Sautha Higher Secondary School thrashed Dreamland English Medium High School 19 goals to nil. Prem Tamang and Firoz Tamang scored 6 goals each while Santosh added 5 goals and Shambhu Shrestha and Raj Kumar Rai added one goal each for the winning side.

In another match played at Dasharath Stadium, Janak Boarding School outplayed Thekraj High School by eight goals to two. Aman Kumar Majhi scored 4 goals and Roshan Chaudhari added two goals for Janak Boarding School while Roshan Kumar Majhi and Tek Narayan Chaudhari added one each.

In the third match of the day, Gandaki Awasiya Boarding School thrashed Siddhartha Boarding School by eight goals to nil. In one sided match, Kapil Ale Magar scored 4 goals, Avinash Thakali scored 2 and Uttam Sunuwar and Karan Gurung added one goal each to the teams tally.

Likewise, in the fourth match, Radhika High School defeated Shanti Nikunja Boarding School five goals to three. Rajkumar Chaudhary scored two goals and Bhakta Bhandari and Ranjit Dhital added one goal each while Midhir Rana scored in his own post. For Shanti Nikunja Boarding School, Kshitiz Sen scored two goals and Krashan Prajapati added one.

Mealwhile, The Coca cola Cup organizer ANFA has shifted the venue for the tournament from Dasrath Stadium to ANFA Complex, Satdobato citing technical reason.

4 comments:

Sthapa said...

The kind of coverage you have been providing to all levels of domestic football competitions in Nepal is excellent.Since the day I accessed your site I have found it to be very consistent,informative and detailed.In addition you refresh your site by updating news and reports around the clock.
The detailed coverage of the ongoing "Coca Cola School Football Tournament" is simply fantastic. As you have it is very imperative that we emphasis and highlight grass roots level football competitions, specially to help upcoming footballers and draw national attention. This kind of tournament is indispensable for budding and aspiring booters, hoping to make a big splash in world football. Equally crucial is to keep them moving in pursuit of their dream.However,it is possible unless they are constantly kept motivated and encouraged.One of the ways to keep them going is by putting them constantly under the media limelight.Just a mention of their names and tournaments they play acts as a big source of inspiration to them. Sadly when it comes to main stream national media, particularly print(newspapers) the so called sports journalists have the tendency to ignore school and district level tournaments. Whatever print coverage I have seen all these years is worth not mentioning.Also sidelined are B to D division league tournaments.Speaking of reports most of the time it is confined to a small paragraph at the most.Hopefully our journalists take a cue from you and change their priority.
I am pretty confident that you will continue with your outstanding work.

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Anonymous said...

Please do something about the pitch . You cant even see much of the ball.