Bangladeshi Golfer Md Farhad clinched silver medal for Bangladesh in boys individual event on the last day of golf discipline in the 13th South Asian Games at Gokarna Forest Golf Course in Nepalese capital Kathmandu on Friday.
Golfer Jakia Sultana clinched silver in girls individual event at the same venue on the day.
Besides, Bangladesh Boys’ Golf team comprises Md Farhad, Md Shomrat, Md Shahabuddin and Md Shafique secured silver in boys’ team event while Bangladesh Girls’ golf team comprising Jakia Sultana, Nasima Akther and Sonya Akther bagged silver in girls’ team event.
Bangladeshi fencer Mohima Akter Mou clinched bronze medal in women's foil individual of fencing discipline in the 13th South Asian Games at Kirtipur Covered Hall in Nepal Capital Kathmandu on Friday.
Mou shared the event's bronze medal with Rama Singh of hosts Nepal. Devi Wangelbam of India clinched gold medal in the women's foil individual while her compatriot Await Radhika secured silver.
Besides, fencer Md Efta Kharul Alam Bipul shared bronze medals with Roshan Archchige of Sri Lanka in men's sabre individual. Karan Singh of India clinched gold in men's sabre individual while his compatriot Padma Gishonidhi Kumaresan bagged silver.
In the men's epee individual, Bangladeshi fencer Md Imtiaj shared bronze medal with Ali Saeeduddin of Pakistan. Sunil Kumar of India clinched gold in the event and his compatriot Guruprakash Coppara secured silver.
Bangladeshi celebrated archer Mohammad Ruman Shana finished top scoring 686 in the men’s recurve singles ranking round on the first day of archery discipline of the 13th South Asian Games at Pokhara Stadium in Nepal on Friday.
Another Bangladeshi archer Mohammad Tamimul Islam finished 4th scoring 660 in the men’s recurve singles ranking round.
Shana will play against Ashim Sherchan of Nepal and Tamimul will against Lam Dorji of Bhutan in their quarterfinal matches on Saturday.
In the day’s women’s recurve singles ranking round, Eti Khatun finished top scoring 532 and Mehnaz Aktar Monira finished 2nd scoring 625.
Eti will play against Rai Mitra of Nepal and Monira will against Aisha Tamang of Nepal in their quarterfinals on Saturday.
In the men’s compound singles ranking round, Sohel Rana finished 2nd scoring 690 and Ashim Kumar Das finished 3rd scoring 688.
Sohel will play against Sanatah Malla and Ashim will play against Udaya Perera of Sri Lanka in their quarterfinals on Saturday.
In the women’s compound singles ranking round, Susmita Banik finished top scoring 685 and Suma Bishwash finished 2nd scoring 682. Both Susmita and Suma reached semifinal with the ‘Byes’.
Bangladesh will play against hosts Nepal in men’s recurve team semifinals, women’s recurve team semifinals, recurve mixed team semifinals and men’s compound semifinals on Saturday while Bangladesh women’s compound team and mixed compound team reached final with the ‘Byes’.
Bangladeshi shooter Ardina Ferdous clinched silver medal scoring 234.6 points in the women’s 10-metre air pistol shooting in the 13th South Asian Games at Satdobato Shooting Range in Nepalese city Lalitpur on Friday.
Shri Nivetha Parmanathan of India bagged gold medal scoring 238.4 and Anna Ibtisam of Pakistan bagged bronze medal scoring 214.9 points.
Bangladesh women’s shooting team comprises Ardina Ferdous, Anjila Amjad Antu and Nilufa Yesmin secured bronze medal scoring 1655 points in women’s 10-metre air pistol team.
Earlier, Bangladeshi famed shooter Abdullah Hel Baki bagged bronze medal in men’s 10-metre air pistol and Bangladesh men’s shooting team comprises Abdullah Hel Baki, Rabbi Hasan Munna and Robiul Islam secured bronze in men’s 10-metre air pistol.
Another Bangladesh men’s shooting team comprises Abdullah Hel Baki, Md Shovan Chowdhury and Md Yusuf Ali secured silver in the men’s 50-metre rifle 3 position team.
Bangladesh Women’s Handball team will play against defending champions India Women’s Handball team in the semifinals of Handball competition in the 13th South Asian Games on Saturday at Pokhara cover Hall in Nepal.
The match will kick-off at 11:30 am (BST).
In the day’s other semifinal, hosts Nepal will play against Pakistan at 9:15 am at the same venue.
Bangladesh Women’s Handball team reached semifinal eliminating Sri Lanka by 34-13 goals in their last group match on Friday.
Earlier, Bangladesh women’s team started their SA Games conceding a 24-26 goals defeat against hosts Nepal in their first group match on Thursday.
All-losers Bangladesh Men’s Handball team were eliminated from the Handball competition of ongoing regional meet after conceding 22-38 goals defeat against Maldives and 33-42 goals defeat against defending champions India in their group matches.