Strict monitoring of Covid-19 measures for tournaments

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Sporting activities in the country have come under scrutiny lately given the increasing local positive Covid-19 cases and risks of spreading the infection.  
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Tournaments likely to resume from March 

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To stop unnecessary gathering, the Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC) has temporarily deferred all the tournaments and championships until the end of this month.    
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BTF gears to become a fully-fledged member of ITF 

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Bhutan Tennis Federation (BTF) is gearing up to become a fully-fledged member of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) after completing the ongoing tennis courts resurfacing work in Thimphu. 
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Thimphu City FC to face Club Eagles in AFC Cup qualifiers

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Thimphu City FC will play against the Maldives’ club Eagles in the preliminary round one of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup in the first week of April.  

RoundGlass-Sudeva face today   

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RoundGlass Punjab FC and Sudeva Delhi FC will face each other at ongoing Hero- I League at Kolkata, India, today.    
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Tokyo Olympic to be held as planned 

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The Tokyo Olympic would be held as per the plan of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), according to the Bhutan Olympic Committee (BOC).
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Paro FC and Sudeva FC sign MoU to develop football 

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Paro FC and Sudeva FC signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance football.     As per the MoU, the football clinic and awareness campaign in schools and community in Bhutan will be organised to identify talent with the technical guidance from Sudeva. 
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CG7 scores a brace in I-League 

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Bhutanese striker Chencho Gyeltshen (CG7) scored twice for RoundGlass Punjab FC against Gokulam Kerala FC on January 14.
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A channel to watch Chencho Gyeltshen

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Bhutanese football fans can now watch two Bhutanese football professionals, including Chencho Gyeltshen, in the I-League tournament in India on channel 1Sports. 
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Chencho Dorji ready Sudeva FC for I-League

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The lone Bhutanese international coach, Chencho Dorji is in Kolkata where his club, Sudeva FC will face Kolkata-based Mohammedan Sporting Club in the Hero I-League on January 9. 
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BFF suspends women’s national championship

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The 2020 Bhutan Women’s National Football Championship has been suspended until further notice following the second nationwide lockdown.   
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Bhutan Women’s National Championship underway

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Paro United Women’s FC and Phuentsholing United FC settled for a 1-1 draw in the ongoing Bhutan Women’s National Football Championship yesterday at the Ugyen Academy’s ground in Punakha.   This is the first major women football tournament amid Covid-19 pandemic.   
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Goals pour in Thimphu Open Football Championship 

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Alum FC humbled Abbas United 8-1 in the ongoing Thimphu Open Football Championship on December 13 at the Changlimithang Stadium.