Kathmandu, February 4
The International Cricket Council is sending a team to Nepal in order to check the status of the TU cricket stadium in Kirtipur of Kathmandu with a view of organising international one day and T20 series here.
ICC Nepal representative Bhawana Ghimire says the team will arrive in Kathmandu this afternoon.
Ghimire informs that the team will identify what should be done to make the ground ready to host international matches.
She claims the international cricket governing body may decide to renovate the ground on its own if it finds that the maintenance can be done on time to do any match soon.
Chhumbi Lama, former official of the suspended Cricket Association of Nepal, says overall maintenance works would cost Rs 2-3 million.
Published on February 4th, Monday, 2019 2:56 PM
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