Government bans contact sports until further notice

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To contain the spread of Covid-19, the government has announced the prohibition of all the sports that involve physical contact. Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said that minimising the people-to-people contact was critically important.
From left-Defenders FC’s Coach Dudley Lincoln Steinwall and Captain Sunil Roshan (Photo: BFF)Kuensel

HMK40 run challenge

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There is a healthier way to celebrate the 40th birth anniversary of His Majesty The King on February 21. The Yellow Running Club is hosting a run -‘HMK40’ challenge tomorrow.  The 40-km run is open to all and those not in the country could take part in the run as the run will be hosted on the run-tracking free App Strava.
The tournament was expected to resume next month if the situation improves (file photo)Kuensel

Gold Cup 2020 cancelled due to coronavirus

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The 2020 edition of the oldest football tournament in the country, the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Memorial Gold Cup, will not go ahead as scheduled due to the ongoing tensions in the region from the outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
Bengaluru FC’s biggest win (Photo: Bengaluru FC)Kuensel

Paro FC’s AFC dreams end

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Paro FC’s hope of progressing into the next round of the Asian Football Confederation Cup was dashed to the ground when they were thrashed 9-1 in the return leg of the second preliminary round yesterday.
Bengaluru FC struggled to defeat Paro FC in the first leg (file photo)Kuensel

Paro FC to face Bengaluru FC today

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Paro FC will face Bengaluru FC 8pm BST today in the return leg of the second round Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup 2020 qualifiers at Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru, India.
From left-Defenders FC’s Coach Dudley Lincoln Steinwall and Captain Sunil Roshan (Photo: BFF)Kuensel

Bidung Gewog 2-0 Pala Pila

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Trashigang’s Bidung gewog defeated Thimphu’s Pala Pila winning two straight sets yesterday at the ongoing Mewang Gyalsey Traditional Archery Tournament. The tournament began from February 3 at the Changlimithang archery range in Thimphu.
Tenzin Thinley (Yellow) of High Quality United FC is the man of the match yesterday (Photo: BFF)Kuensel

Bhutan Super League 2020 begins

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High Quality United FC (HQUFC) is dominating the ongoing Bhutan Super League with six points. The team has maintained a clean sheet after winning two consecutive matches. 
From left-Defenders FC’s Coach Dudley Lincoln Steinwall and Captain Sunil Roshan (Photo: BFF)Kuensel

RMA donates Nu 1 million to Snowman Run

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The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) has contributed Nu 1 million (M) to the Snowman Run (SMR) board yesterday. It was donated during a meeting of Snowman Run board members and the chief executive officers (CEO) of the 10 financial institutions.  The meeting was organised to seek financial assistance and to sensitise officials about the SMR.  
Chencho Gyeltshen dribbles past Bengaluru defendersKuensel

Paro FC 0-1 Bengaluru FC

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Bengaluru FC battled Thimphu’s windy afternoon and the overwhelming home crowd to snatch a thin win against Paro FC at the Changlimithang in the first leg of the second round AFC Cup 2020 qualifiers yesterday. 
From left: Paro FC’s captain Jigme Tshering Dorjee, coach Jangchuk Dorji, Bengaluru FC’s Coach Carles Cuadrat and captain Sunil ChhetriKuensel

Old friends meet in AFC qualifiers

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The first leg of the second round of 2020 AFC Cup Qualifiers between Paro FC and Bengaluru FC is pitched against Bhutanese football star Chencho Gyeltshen and Sunil Chhetri, who captains both the Indian national team and Indian Super League champions.
Kinley Wangmo (Photo: BBF)kuensel

Kinley Wangmo sweeps three titles

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When Kinley Wangmo, 17, came second best in the Open national badminton championship last year, she decided to work harder.
Teammate congratulate man of the match, Chencho Gyeltshen, after he scores the opening goalKuensel

Away goal advantage takes Paro FC to next round

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Paro FC (PFC) narrowly qualified to the next round of the South Asian Zone Qualifiers for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup 2020 beating Defenders FC on the away goal rule.
From left-Defenders FC’s Coach Dudley Lincoln Steinwall and Captain Sunil Roshan (Photo: BFF)Kuensel

Paro FC to take home advantage

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Paro FC (PFC) enjoys double advantage going into the second qualifying match of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup against Defenders FC (DFC) at Changlimithang Stadium today at 2:30pm.