Police formed women’s cricket team under the captaincy of Rubina Chhetri

Rubina Chhetri. 6 October, Kathmandu. Nepal Police has formed a women’s team for the first time under the leadership of Nepalese national team captain Rubina Chhetri. Coach Manoj Katuwal told that the police has formed a women’s team to participate in the 9th National Games. Coach Katuwal said that the police will appoint such players… Continue reading Police formed women’s cricket team under the captaincy of Rubina Chhetri

Police beat Manang in the semi-finals of Makwanpur Gold Cup

June 24, Hetauda. Nepal Police Club has stormed into the semi-finals of the local level Shaheed Memorial International Makwanpur Gold Cup football held in Hetauda by thrashing Manang Masyangdi Club. Along with Manang, other current players including Anjan Bisht, Vimal Gharti Magar, Sujal Shrestha, Dinesh Rajbanshi, Vishal Shrestha entered the field. Bharat Shah’s goal in… Continue reading Police beat Manang in the semi-finals of Makwanpur Gold Cup

National Women’s League: Thrilling win of Dhangarhi against Police

March 29, Chitwan. In the National Women’s League, Dhangarhi has won a thrilling match against Nepal Police Club. In the first match played today (Tuesday), Dhangarhi defeated the departmental team Police 3-2. With this Dhangarhi happily finished the first leg of the league. Captain Chandra Bhandari scored two goals and Birsana Chaudhary scored one goal… Continue reading National Women’s League: Thrilling win of Dhangarhi against Police

Police Team Champion in National Karate

26 March, Kathmandu. Nepal Police Club has become the team champion in the first Krishna Prasad Bhattarai Memorial National Karate Championship with eight gold medals. The champion police, which won four bronze medals, got one lakh rupees. Tribhuvan Army Club finished second with 4 Gold, 5 Silver and 3 Bronze medals in the competition, while… Continue reading Police Team Champion in National Karate

Police beat Castle in A Division League

26 January, Kathmandu. Two goals from Ravi Kumar Paswan helped Nepal Police Club beat Castle Youth Club 2-1 on Wednesday. In the match played at Dashrath Stadium, Ravi scored one goal each in both the halves. Foreign player Moussa Abagana scored a goal for Castle. The game, scheduled for January 2, was postponed after 19… Continue reading Police beat Castle in A Division League

Manang defeated the police in the semi-finals

9 Magh, Pokhara. Manang Mersiangdi Club beat Nepal Police Club in Pokhara RARA has entered the semi-finals of Gold Cup football. Manang defeated Police 2-0 in the second quarterfinal match on Sunday. Manang played a goalless draw in the competitive first half and came back aggressively in the second half. Manang’s Rupesh KC scored the… Continue reading Manang defeated the police in the semi-finals

Pawan’s half-century and Deependra’s 5 wickets in the police final

4 January, Kathmandu. Nepal Police Club has entered the final of the Prime Minister’s Cup Men’s Twenty20 cricket tournament with the batting of Pawan Sarraf and the explosive bowling of Deepender Singh Airi. In the first semi-final held on Tuesday at the TU International Ground, Bagmati came close to winning the police title after defeating… Continue reading Pawan’s half-century and Deependra’s 5 wickets in the police final

Prime Minister’s Cup Cricket: Police Undefeated in Group Stage

December 3, Kathmandu. Nepal Police Club defeated State 1 by 6 wickets in the Prime Minister’s Cup Men’s Twenty20 National Cricket Tournament on Monday. Police have already reached the semi-finals as the winners of Group A. Police, who won all four games in the group, added 8 points to become the group winners, while Senna,… Continue reading Prime Minister’s Cup Cricket: Police Undefeated in Group Stage

Prime Minister’s Cup Cricket: Police in semi-finals, Karnali out

December 30, Kathmandu. Nepal Police Club has entered the semi-finals of the Prime Minister’s Cup Men’s T20 National Cricket Tournament. Police defeated Karnali Pradesh by 89 runs in the first match of Group A match at Tribhuvan Cricket Ground on Friday. The winner of Police Group A has also been made. Police have 6 points… Continue reading Prime Minister’s Cup Cricket: Police in semi-finals, Karnali out

APF and Police won the women’s team in Tiger Cup Volleyball

28 December, Pokhara. Two divisional teams APF and Nepal Police Club won the second edition of Tiger Cup National Invitational Women’s and Men’s Volleyball Championship on Wednesday. In the match played at Pokhara Stadium Volleyball Training Center, APF defeated New Diamond 3-2. Although New Diamond took the lead in the game, APF won two sets… Continue reading APF and Police won the women’s team in Tiger Cup Volleyball

Himal Sanchar