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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Female Ping Pong competition in Mazar-e-Sharif launched yesterday.
Shokreya Hekmat responsible for women’s Olympic Committee said BNA, in this two day competitions 19 athletes will participate from Kabul, Jawzjan, Samangan and Balkh provinces.
She added at the end of the tournament ten top athletes will be chosen for Ping Pong National Team.
 

Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Maintaining their triumphant run, Afghanistan overcame Mongolia 1-0 in their second match of the Asian Football Confederation challenge Cup Qualifiers in Laos on Monday.
Divided into five groups, 20 countries are participating in the annual competition, whose winners be qualify for the Asian Football Confederation Cup.
In the first half, neither side could score any goal, but Bilal Arezu found the net for Afghanistan in the 60th minute of the second part of the well-contested game.
On Saturday, Afghanistan defeated Sri Lanka 1-0 in the cup opener.
The national squad is scheduled to take on Laos, the hosts, on March 6.
Afghanistan coach Yousuf Kargar said the team had elaborately practiced ahead of the event, hopping they would perform well and bring home laurels.
 

Monday, March 04, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national soccer team in competition of Asian Challenge Cup defeated Sri Lanka one to zero.
Abdul Basir Qayomy deputy of football federation said to BNA, Afghanistan national football team competed against Sri Lanka national football team yesterday, Bilal Ahmad from Afghanistan team could entered the ball in Sri Lanka’s goal and win the game one by zero.
Competitions in Asian Challenge Cup with participation of 20 countries of the world will be held in Laos.
Afghanistan in group C will play with Sri Lanka, Laos, and Mongolia teams and our national team will play against the host team today.
 

Monday, February 11, 2013
Kabul (BNA) In a ceremony held at the international press hall of the ministry of information and culture, yesterday.
In his opening remarks, Fardin Fedae the director of Youth Civil Society Afghanistan said that some 60 athletes including boys and girls who have won medals and earned honor for the country are appreciated.
Fedae also called on national traders to encourage athletes by extending moral and material supports.