The Thimphu “A” division football league, 2013 kicks off tomorrow with a match between Druk Star FC and Druk United FC at the Changlimithang artificial turf at 5:30pm.
A total of five Thimphu based clubs are taking part in the league- Yeedzin FC, Thimphu City FC (previously called Zimdra FC), Dzongree FC, Druk Star FC and Druk United FC. They will play 20 matches.
Bhutan Football Federation’s official Sonam Jigme said the top two clubs from the [... Read More]
YHSS student representative receive the best athletics award on behalf of the school
Lungtenzampa MSS bagged the most medals at the Thimphu thromde inter-school athletics championship that ended yesterday at the Thimphu athletics stadium. Of the 20 schools that participated, Lungtenzampa secured 14 gold, 13 silver, and 10 bronze medals in the middle secondary category beating runners up Dechencholing MSS’ seven gold, 10 silver, and six bronze. Druk School came third with three golds and two bronze medals.
In the higher secondary school category, Yangchenphug HSS won 13 golds, [... Read More]
Foul: An EMRS player shoots from the free throw line
The club championship was over, coronation cup was not yet on, but the indoor basketball court in swimming pool complex reverberated with spectators’ cheers.
It was friendly match between a local basketball team Charos and Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS) girls team from Sikkim, whom the Bhutan Basketball Federation invited.
Thimphu’s women basketball veterans Charos were no match against the students aged between 15 and 18 years who kept the pressure on the local team causing them [... Read More]
Thimphu Thromde inter-school volleyball championship started at Kelki HSS with 24 teams yesterday. The finals of the knockout tournament will be played on May 18.
The inter school athletic championship ends today: Twenty schools under Thimphu thromde are participating in the ongoing inter-school athletics championship which ends today. The championship is played at three levels of higher, middle and lower secondary school. Around a thousand students are taking part in the track and field events, the finals of which will be played today.
To mark the Asian Football Championship grassroots day in Tsirang yesterday, 120 Damphu Lower Secondary school students kicked around football and engaged in short trainings the Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) organised.
With the end of the qualifying round, four of ten cricket teams that paid Nu 15,000 each are through to the next round of BCCB Twenty20 tournament that started on April 13.
The league round that starts on May 18 at Jigmethang in Dechencholing will see team with highest points grab the winning trophy and Nu 80,000. The second highest team will be awarded [... Read More]
The finals of Thimphu Thromde inter schools’ badminton tournament was held yesterday at Youth Development Fund complex. Organised by Dechencholing Middle Secondary School, a total of 78 students took part in the tournament that started on May 10.
Winner all the way: A Jaguars team (black) player passes the ball in the final minutes of the game. Jaguars were leading the whole match that ended 75-25 in their favour.
The Swimming pool basketball complex reverberated with loud cheers yesterday, as the finals of the Thimphu Thromdey inter schools basketball tournament began.
The finals between the two top teams of Pelkhi HiSS and Kelki HSS had them scream and shout until the end of the close match up that eventually saw Kelki HSS give into the tactical play of their opponents.
The game ended 53-28 in favor of Pelkhil HSS boys.
Pelkhil boys secured a strong lead 28 [... Read More]