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Nepal’s new hockey record

Nepal lost its fourth consecutive and the last hockey match to host Bangladesh 0-24 today. With Wednesday’s loss, Nepal has broken its own record. It conceded 79 goals in four matches and could score only goal. In  1995 SAG, Nepal had conceded 54 goals, while scoring none.
Nepal has added one more bronze to its medal [...]


Second day at SAG ends in disappointment

The second day of the South Asian Games ended on a dismal note as Nepal’s men’s football team went down against host Bangladesh 3-0 at Bangabandhu National Stadium on Saturday evening.
This is the fifth defeat for Nepal at the hands of Bangladesh in the SAG. Nepal and Bangladesh have faced each other eight times at [...]


Nepal loses in men’s hockey

Nepal lost the opening men’s hockey match to India on Saturday by an excruciating 21 goals.
India scored the first goal, played at the Moulana Bhashani Stadium in Dhaka, in the first 13 seconds of the match. It went on to score 10 goals in the first half of the game. Nepal did not score any [...]


Damage control

From Nepali Times issue #487 (29 Jan 2010 – 04 Feb 2010)
Nepal’s national hockey team will compete in the 11th South Asian Games in Dhaka, Bangladesh, which begins today. While other participants angle for a medal, our hockey players are thinking: damage control.
The reason is the team’s poor performance in the 7th SAAF games in [...]



 

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