Kathmandu, March 6
Nepal’s T20 series in Kenya has been postponed. The series, which was scheduled to start on March 22, will now be played in late April.
Organisers Cricket Kenya say that the series was postponed because of technical reasons and have said that they will soon finalise dates for the series. Nepal has asked the ICC permission to take part in this series. However, the governing body hasn’t given Nepal permission to do so yet.
A total of eight teams will participate in the T20 tournament.
Published on March 6th, Wednesday, 2019 3:52 PM
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