MPC, APF win

Kathmandu: Mahendra Police Club and Armed Police Force Team registered wins in the Martyrs’ Memorial San Miguel ‘A’ Division League Football. MPC beat RCT 3-2 while APF blanked NRT 4-0. Bhola Silwal and skipper Hari Khadka scored for MPC while RCT captain Madhu Karki conceded an own goal. Karki and Rishi Rai scored for RCT. In another match, Santosh Sahukhala struck twice while Jibesh Pandey and Sunil Subedi added one each for APF. — HNS

Prime Cup

KATHMANDU: Hosts Prime College won both boys’ and girls’ championship of the fourth Prime Cup Inter-college Basketball Tournament. Bikram Joshi netted 29 points as Prime beat Gyanodaya 50-37 in the boys’ section while the hosts defeated Ace 21-17 in the girls’ event. Prime also claimed the boys’ table tennis championship while girls’ title went to AIMS. — HNS

SEB volleyball

KATHMANDU: The hosts Samakhushi English Boarding (SEB) School ‘A’ beat Mount Senai 25-19, 28-26, 25-20 to enter the quarter-final of the second SEB Inter-school Volleyball Tournament. Venus, Bright Future, Mount Olive, Gyankunja, Deepjyoti ‘A’, Anal Jyoti and Gyankunja also advanced. — HNS

Wilson triumph

KATHMANDU: Young Hearts beat Bright Horizon 43-37 in the senior boys’ section of the sixth Wilson Inter-school Basketball Tournament. Gyan Niketan beat British Primary 31-18 and Young Hearts edged past hosts Wilson 25-15 in the girls’ matches while Pennwood outplayed Elites 23-8 and The Excelsior beat Young Hearts 39-17 in the junior boys’ category. — HNS

Loyalty Cup

KATHMANDU: Guheswori School and Bright Future won their matches in the second Loyalty Cup Valley-wide Inter-school Junior Football Tournament today. Guheswori beat Neighbourhood 3-1 and Bright Future defeated Golden Flower 3-1. — HNS

Pakistan on top

LAHORE: Umar Gul and Shahid Nazir demolished the West Indies batting lineup to take Pakistan in a strong position on the first day of the first Test. Nazir (3-42) made short work of top order and Gul (5-65) mopped up the tailenders to dismiss the West Indies for 206. Pakistan was 39-1 in reply when bad light forced early stumps. — AP