English | Dzongkha Friday, August 18, 2017

Less teams at Women Volleyball Tournament in Samdrup Jongkhar

Samdrup Jongkhar Sports Association said unlike expected, only few teams participated in a day long open women’s volleyball tournament, held in Samdrup Jongkhar Thromde yesterday.

Need for a sports association in Nanglam Dungkhag

Football players in Pema Gatshel say there is a need to establish a sports association in Nanglam Dungkhag.

Excellent Guides wins Druk Premier League Archery

Team Excellent Guides won the first ever Druk Premier League Archery competition today. The team defeated Lungta and Namcha in the finals played at Changlingmethang archery ground today.

Bhutan drops one place to 165th in latest FIFA rankings

Bhutan drops one place to 165th position in the latest edition of FIFA rankings, released yesterday.

Transport United thrashes Thimphu City 6-3

Transport United came from two goals down to defeat Thimphu City 6-3, yesterday. The win takes them to the top of the national league standings.

Taras and Thimphu Magics lifts 2017 Coronation Cup

Team Taras was crowned the winner of the coronation cup 2017 despite the best effort put in by team Gonjas in the women’s finals played yesterday in the capital.

Bhutanese Karate team returns home with gold and bronze

After winning Bhutan’s first gold at the Under-21 South Asian Karate Championship, the three Bhutanese athletes returned to the country, today. Bhutan also bagged two bronze medals at the championship.

Bhutanese Karate team bags gold, bronze

The Bhutan Karate team does the country proud by bagging one gold and two bronze medals at the 4th South Asian Karate Championship, which was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

All four semi-finalists confirmed as PHPA defeats True Warriors

In the ongoing BCCB Super League 2017, PHPA defeated True Warriors, today, to book a spot in the semifinals. Takin City also confirmed a place in the semifinals by beating TYT in yesterday’s match.

Phuentshogling City FC loses against Thimphu FC

In the ongoing National Football League, Thimphu Football Club (FC) thrashed Phuentshogling City Football Club (FC) with 9-0 goals.

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