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Friday, December 27, 2013

Budget in Preparation For the BIG cricket

Advanced Work Plan Commission under the National Sports Council set to prepare the reasonable plan for the World Cup Cricket prepared the plans worth Rs. 3 Crore 83 lakhs.

The Commission submitted the report to the National Sports Council Member Secretary Lama.  The Commission allocated 1 crore 53 lakhs 8 thousands 43 rupees and 44 paisa for the construction of infrastructure. It allocated 2 crore 30 lakhs 40 thousand 9 hundred rupees and 20 paisa for ODI practice games.

Report includes the details of quick-task. According to which cricket infrastructure repairment and practice matches are highly recommended. 

Similarly, the commission has prepared the required report for the necessary matches to be held in SriLanka and New Zealand as the practice matches for Nepali Squad. Yubaraj Lama said that this programme will start along with economic collaboration with Nepal Government. 

In the Report Preparation Committee of the National Sports Council, the Sports Development Department chief Prakash Ghimire , Ministry of Youth and Sports Deputy Bahadur Karki, CAN representative Sanjeev Pandey, chief instructor Jagat Tamata and an engineer of the council were also present. 

Monday, December 9, 2013

First Choice 15-Member Squad for ICC World Cup Qualifiers 2014

According to the Press Release of Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), 15-Member preliminary squad is decided for the upcoming ODI Cricket World Cup Qualifiers 2014 to be hosted on New Zealand. 

According to this, under the captaincy of Paras Khadka, 
Gyanendra Malla(VC),
Sharad Veswakar, Sompal Kami, Shakti Gauchan, Basant Regmi, Binod Bhandari, Prithu Baskota, Pradeep Airee, Anil Mandal, Sagar Pun, Jitendra Mukhiya, Mahesh Chhetri, Subash Khakurel(Wicket Keeper) and
Avinash Karna  are selected as the first choice 15 member squad. 

Prithu Baskota, who was not present in T20 Qualifiers is now back on the team while Sompal Kami is selected for the first time in 15-men squad. Sompal has been performing well in recently completed Sagarmatha Cement Journey to World Cup. The Pace Bowling of Sompal has lured the selectors to include him on the team. His inclusion on the team is supposed to quench the lack of Pace Bowlers in the team. 

Nepali Cricket Team is leaving for SriLanka on December 17 for the practice matches perhaps with Sri Lankan A as a part of their preparation for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2015 Qualifiers to be held in New Zealand. The Global Event of Qualifers will commence from 13th January 2014.

Nepali Team will move to New Zealand about 10-15 days before the tournament to set up practice match with the local teams and the warm ups of the tournament.

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