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Third edition of Anup Smriti Gold Cup football in second week of December


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2022 Oct 02, 7:57, Kathmandu

The third edition of the Anup Smriti Invitational Gold Cup Football, which is being conducted in Khotang, will be held in the coming month. The third edition of the Gold Cup has been organized in memory of Anup Rai, a student of Mount Everest Boarding School, who lost his life when he was hit by a tractor on May 1, 2069.


The first and second place teams in the Gold Cup, which will be held at the Matikore Sports Ground in Diktel, will receive a cup, medal and certificate along with Rs. Similarly, the two semi-finalist two teams will receive certificates along with Rs 25,000-25,000 in cash, said Sagar Joshi, coordinator of the main organizing committee of the competition.

Similarly, the best goalkeeper, best defense, best midfielder, best striker and best team coach will get a trophy, medal and certificate along with Rs 5,555 in cash. According to the press conference, the disciplined team will get a trophy and a certificate along with a cash prize of five thousand five hundred fifty five rupees.


Men of the tournament and top scorer will receive a trophy, medal and certificate along with a cash prize of Rs 7,555, the organizers informed. According to the organizers, the man of the match of each tournament will receive a cash prize of Rs 2,000.

It is estimated that a maximum of 12 teams will participate in the competition. Co-coordinator Sagun Tamrakar said that it is estimated that Rs.

The first edition of Anup Smriti Gold Cup was organized from 23rd to 27th Chait 27th of 2073 and the second edition was organized from 26th to 31st May 2075. Although the first and second editions are held every year, the third edition has been extended due to the global epidemic of Covid-19.

The goal of the organizer is to gradually make the Anup Smriti Gold Cup nationwide and bring players from 'A' and 'B' division leagues to the local ground. According to the organizers, the concept of Gold Cup was put forward for the memory of the student Anup who lost his life in the accident and for the professional development of sports and players.

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