- Published on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 18:38
Nepal U-16 football team won against a Leunggog High School, korea U-17 team by 1-0 in a friendly match on Tuesday.
Coca-Cola Cup Selection: APF School, Jana Prabhat School, Little Moon School and Fusion Academy registered win
- Published on Sunday, 13 July 2014 21:33
In today's Coca-Cola Cup selection played in Sanogaucharan ground APF School, Jana Prabhat Seconday School, Little Moon School and Fusion Academy registered win in their respective game.
In first match Nepal APF School defeated Madan Bhandari Memorial School 6-5 in sudden death. They played 1-1 draw in regular time. Rohit KC of Madan Bhandari scored the first goal on 41st minute while Dinesh Shahi leveled the score for Nepal APF School in 51st minute.
In the second match Jana Prabhat Secondary School beat Lord Buddha Secondary School 7-6 on sudden death. They both played 2-2 draw in the regular time. Prabin Chumi scored both the goal for Jana Prabhat on 14th and 56th minute while Raju Tamang and Manish Tamang scored on 10th and 18th for Lord Buddha School.
Similarly in the third match of the day Little Moon School hammered Holy Angles Public School 6-1. For Little Moon School Yuvaraj Khadka scored on 10th and 33rd minute, Suresh Balami scored on 55th minute, Ankit KC scored on 57th minute, Sabin Gautam scored on 65th and 70th minute while Sujan Majhi of Holy Angles School netted on 61st minute.
Meanwhile, in the last played in Sanugaucharan grond Fusion Academy defeated New Lira School 2-0. Prabin Muktan and Depak BK scored on 3rd and 46th minute of the match for Fusion Academy.
The tournament is being organized by Coca-Cola Nepal, All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
- Published on Sunday, 13 July 2014 03:12
Nepal U-16 football team played 2-2 draw against a Boin High School, U-17 team in a friendly match on Friday.
- Published on Friday, 11 July 2014 23:05
Nepal U-16 football team played 2-2 draw against a Boin High School, U-17 team in a friendly match on Friday. Ananta Tamang and Sanjok Rai scored for Nepalese team. The Korean team is the School Level Champion of Korean Capital Seoul.
Nepali U-16 team is touring to South Korea for two weeks to prepare for the AFC U-16 Championship scheduled for 6-20 September in Thailand. The four semi-finalists will be selected for the 2015 U-17 World Cup which will be held in Chile.
Mean Nepali youth will play two more matches including one against Korea U-17 team in their two weeks stay in Korea.