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Aseatic Traders on top

KATHMANDU: Aseatic Traders and Exporters earned 1991 pinfalls to take lead in the inaugural

day of the Corporate Bowling Tournament, which has been organised by Fun World Nepal Recreation Centre. Speedway Cargo (1973) and Attsh (1888) are second and third. Others in the pack were Honey Enterprises (1876), Paradise Tours and Travels (1783), Nepal Recreation Centre (1773), Casino Nepal (1592), Casino Tara (1586), Casino Anna (1472), Casino Royal (1330), Nepal Samach-arpatra (1287), Digitek International (1284) and Casino Everest (1123). — HNS

ITF team returns

KATHMANDU: The Nepal ITF team returned on Saturday after participating at the 14th ITF World Championship held in Australia from July 9-14. Nepal earned the most disciplined team award and the emerging nation’s award at the championship. Athletes Raju Gadtaula, Rabindra Ghale and Khem Bahadur Kanauje reached the quarer-finals. — HNS

Winners awarded

KATHMANDU: Winners of the King’s Birthday Cup Open Tennis Tournament, that concluded on Saturday, recieved trophies and cash prizes at a function today. In all, 150 players including 14 women, took part in the nine-day event, which was organised by All Nepal Lawn Tennis Association to mark the 59th birthday of King Gyanendra. — HNS