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Winners: HIMS

Winners: HIMS

Hosts Himalayan International Model School (HIMS) of Kathmandu, Nepal defeated Ekalavya Model Residential School of Sikkim, India 57 – 54 in the final to lift the title of 1st HIMS Invitational Club Level Women’s Basketball Tournament here at Kathmandu, Nepal.

HIMS took the first quarter 21 – 11 while Ekalavya took the second quarter 18 – 6. Going to the half time break it was Ekalavya leading 29 – 27 but after the break HIMS took third and fourth quarter 18 – 14 and 12 – 11 to lift the inaugural title of the HIMS Invitational Club Level Women’s Basketball Tournament.

“Women of the final match” Samikchya Neupane netted game high 18 points for HIMS while Gyanu Gauchan netted 13, Neha Chaudhari netted 11, Preeti Tulachan scored 10 and Maya Syangten netted 5 points for the winners. Nima Bhutia was top scorer for Ekalavya with 10 points.

Nima Bhutia of Ekalavya Model Residential School of Sikkim, India was declared Most Valuable Player of the tournament and received Nepalese Rupees 10000 in cash prize.

First of it’s kind tournament in Nepal, four invited teams; hosts HIMS, Ekalavya (India), Saipal Academy (Nepal) and RIBS All Star (Nepal) took part in the event which was held in the premises of host Hosts Himalayan International Model School (HIMS) at Kathmandu, Nepal.

Winner HIMS took home Cash prize of Nepalese Rupees 100000 while Ekalavya took home Nepalese Rupees 50000 in cash prize.

Teams before the final match.

Teams before the final match.

Team India

Team India

3rd SABA Championship for Men

Kathmandu, Nepal

Game 4 (14 May 2014)

India defeated defending champions Bangladesh 93 (19, 32, 27, 15) – 39 (8, 13, 7, 11) in the day 2 of the South Asian Basketball Championship for Men.

Nepal and Srilanka players in action

Nepal and Sri Lanka players in action

3rd SABA Championship for Men3

Kathmandu, Nepal

Game 3 (14 May 2014)

Srilanka defeated hosts Nepal 80 (20, 18, 18, 24) – 66 (19, 15, 14, 18) in the day 2 of the South Asian Basketball Championship for Men.

Gurukul College win both boys and girls title of KCM BB BASH 2014.

Gurukul Team with their title

Gurukul Team with their title

Boys Final Score

Boys Final Score

Girls Final Score

Girls Final Score

Robin Khatri (MVP, Boys)

Robin Khatri (MVP, Boys) / Gurukul

Gyanu Gauchan (MVP, Girls)

Gyanu Gauchan (MVP, Girls) / Gurukul

Binod Maharjan (Best Coach) / Gurukul

Binod Maharjan (Best Coach) / Gurukul

The draw for the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women was held in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, ahead of this summer’s tournament that will take place from Saturday 28 June to Sunday 6 July, 2014.

Below is the draw.

Photo Source : FIBA

Photo Source : FIBA

SABA

Nepal Basketball Association, a FIBA affiliate and governing body of Basketball in Nepal, is all set to host the 3rd SABA (South Association Basketball Association) Men’s Basketball championship at Nepalese Capitol city, Kathmandu from 24 April to 28 April 2014.

Total of 8 South Asian countries are participating in the elite basketball event of the sub-continent.

The South Asian Basketball Association (SABA), a body of eight South Asian countries, is the organizer of the event while it will be hosted by Nepal Basketball Association.

The first edition of the championship was held in the Indian state of Assam in 2002. Then, hosts India drubbed Bangladesh 139:34 to win the title. The second edition of the championship was held in January 2013 at Bangladesh with hosts winning the second edition.

Mens Winner Gurukul Team

Men’s Winner Gurukul Team

Gurukul Club and Prime Club win the Men’s and Women’s title respectively of the 1st Nepal open 3×3 National basketball championship 2014 here at Kathmandu, Nepal.

Womens winner Prime Team

Women’s winner Prime Team

Gurukul Club defeated NASA Club 21 – 16 to lift the Men’s title. Bikram Joshi top scored with 8 points for the winners. Meanwhile Prime Club defeated WhitHouse Club 15 – 10 to lift the Women’s title. Sneha Shrestha netted 8 points for the winners.

MVP Sneha and Binod

MVP Sneha and Binod

Binod Maharjan of Gurukul and Sneha Shrestha of Prime were declared MVP of the Men’s and Women’s category respectively.

Mens Runners up NASA

Mens Runners up NASA

Womens Runners up WhiteHouse

Womens Runners up WhiteHouse