GNC announce its 18th Football league Championship


Date:2016-11-19
Nepali Vision, Sydney I  Gurkha Nepalese Community has announced its 18th Football league Championship  with the press conference in Third Eye Roof Top Restaurant, Rockdale , Sydney.  
 
GNC president Tanka Gurung introduced the GNC among participants. From Australian Nepalese football session Raju Manadhar express his good wishes for the tournament. And he also elaborated the work done by GNC in football sector. 
 
Organizer did the lucky draw to group the team . There will be 10 teams all together and each team will paly at least one game . The bottom two teams will be in relegation. 
 
More then dozen team played to get in to the tournament for the last two positions. Top eight teams participate directly and they don’t have to compete on the paly off. 
 
At last Top four team will fight for the cups. Tournament will run from 27th November 2016 to 23rd April 2017 on Chipping Norton ground, Liverpool NSW. 
 
There was QA session for more interactions. From Nepali vision Rajeshwor Ghimire asked about the possibility of career path development  in football in Sydney and the cooperation with ANFA. Answering his question ANFA action president Narendra Shrestha told he is willing to work with the talented player from Sydney and they are hoping to push football as a possible career for Nepalese youth in Australia. Like wise various questions were put on the table from major Nepali media from Sydney. 
 
At last organizer ask all Nepali community to support football and well come to involve in games as an auditions to encourage the sporting events in Sydney. The programmed was ended with nice dinner.  
The League is sponsored by Galaxy Educations and Migrations  .
 
About GNC
 
The Gurkha - Nepalese Community started with humble beginnings in 1995, with a small number of ex-patriot Nepalese students, academics and men of military background. It was incorporated with the New South Wales Department of Consumer Affairs in 1996. Well-known in the Australian Nepalese community as GNC, the organisation has a proud history of initiating, maintaining and uplifting matters of importance to the Nepalese community in Australia and around the world. It is entirely run by dedicated non-paid volunteers that come from different walks of life. GNC has focused its efforts on maintaining Nepali art, history and cultural heritage, providing Nepali education to children of Nepalese origin, providing sporting activities to engage youth and providing social interactions in an apolitical setting. It is actively working to establish the ex-patriot Nepalese population in a mainstream Australian context, backed by a firm sense of self-identity.