English | Dzongkha Thursday, December 14, 2017

Thimphu to get its first private artificial turf ground

Thimphu will get another artificial football turf ground soon.The ground is a part of a sports complex being constructed on a five-acre land in Serbithang, about one and a half kilometres away from the Babesa zero point.  

Artificial turf ground for Samdrup Jongkhar

Samdrup Jongkhar will have an artificial turf football ground by the end of this month. The laying of the artificial turn at the dzongkhag’s football ground is going on in full swing.

Bhutan drops to 190 in latest FIFA ranking

Bhutan dropped 16 places to 190 in the latest FIFA rankings released yesterday.

BCCB promotes cricket at grassroot level

The Bhutan Cricket Council Board (BCCB) has reached over 1,500 students as part of its grassroots programme which started last week. The programme is being initiated in collaboration with UNICEF Bhutan and is targeting some 40 schools in Paro, Thimphu, Wangdue, Punakha, Sarpang, and Chukha districts.

SD United wins over Samdrup Jongkhar BPC

In the finals of the Departmental football tournament in Samdrup Jongkhar, team SD United walked away with the winner’s trophy, yesterday.

Basketball federation renew its MoU with Pepsi

The Bhutan Basketball Federation (BBF) will receive Nu 1m from Pepsi annually for the next three years starting next year.

Bhutan outclassed by Palestine

Bhutan’s journey to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup ended with the defeat yesterday in Palestine. The Bhutanese football team was on the receiving end of a footballing lesson as they went down 10-0 to Palestine.

Bhutan to face Palestine tomorrow

In the on going AFC Asian Cup qualifiers, Bhutan will take on Palestine at the Dora International Stadium in Hebron, tomorrow.

India-Bhutan Foundation Twenty20 cricket cup underway

The India-Bhutan Foundation twenty20 cup 2017 started yesterday at the Pelkhil Oval in Thimphu.

Four Bhutanese Athletes competing at 9th WBPF Championships

The 9th World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championships is underway in Ulaanbaatar, the Capital of Mongolia. Four athletes including one woman are representing Bhutan at the championship. Bhutan’s Damchoe Zam competed in the women’s model physique category today. She failed to reach to the top five.

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