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Adhikari wins

LALITPUR: Baba Boarding clean swept the boys’ 100m medley at the first HIMS Inter-school Swimming Championship on Sunday. Prakash Adhikari claimed the gold medal while his schoolmates Pramesh Adhikari and Banil Shrestha won silver and bronze respectively. Mosiak Shrestha of Lincoln won the U-12 girls’ 50m backstroke gold. Jitwelji Maharjan of Little Angels earned silver and Haan Mussi of Lincoln

won bronze. Other gold medal winners included Manisha Lama of Lincoln (13-14yrs girls’ 50m backstroke), Jominic O’Neil (above 16-yrs girls’ 50m backstroke), Pramesh Adhikari of Baba (U-12 boys’ 50m backstroke) and Banil Shrestha (13-14yrs boys’ 50m backstroke). — HNS

C Div League

LALITPUR: Charumati Yuva Pariwar hammered Sanepa Club 10-1 in the Group A match at the ‘C’ Division League Football here on Sunday. Sourya Thapa scored four and Ramesh Katuwal three goals while Saroj Shrestha, Rohit Dangol and Som Chaudhary netted one each for Charumati. Dilon Loktan pulled back one for Sanepa. In another match, Madhyapur Youth Association (MYA) blanked Varsity Football Club 4-0 on goals from Manoj Ranjit, Bikram Lama, Saroj Sipahi and Siddhi Shrestha. Also, Garuda Sports Club beat Sri Bhagwati 2-1. Manoj Joshi and Rajesh Khadgi netted one goal each for Garuda while Roshan Khatri converted for Sri Bhagwati. MYA lead the Group A standing with eight points, one more than Charumati and Sakchham Nagar. — HNS

Prithvi advance

KATHMANDU: Prithvi, National Orchid Boarding School (NOBS), Sypres and Lyceum advanced to the senior girls’ semi-finals at the first Odyssey Inter-school Basketball Tournament. Prithvi humiliated hosts Odyssey 42-0, NOBS saw off Arunodaya 8-5, Sypres saw off Shangri-La 6-3 and Lyceum beat Gillette 20-0. — HNS

TT tourney

KATHMANDU: Nepal Airlines Corporation is organising the Inter-Airlines Table Tennis Tournament from Monday. In all, 11 airlines companies are taking part in men’s singles, doubles and team events. The top three winners in the men’s singles will receive a round-ticket to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and New Delhi respectively. — HNS