Tag: Nepal Cricket

Women’s T20 Qualifier: Nepal register easy win over UAE

Kathmandu, February 22 Nepal won their match against the United Arab Emirates by seven wickets in ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier on Friday. Nepal achieved the meagre target of 42 runs at the loss of three wickets in 10.2 overs. Rubina Chhetri scored 18 runs for Nepal not out. Likewise, Kajal Shrestha and […]

Women’s T20 Qualifier: Nepal lose to Thailand

Kathmandu, February 21 Nepal lost to Thailand by 57 runs in their second match of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier. During the match played on Thursday, Nepal lost to the hosts as they could not chase the 125 run target. They could make meagre 67 runs at the loss of eight wickets […]

Govt awarding Rs 500,000 to each member of Nepal cricket team

Kathmandu, February 14 The government of Nepal says it will award Rs 500,000 to each member of the Nepal cricket team as they recently won one day and  T20 series against the United Arab Emirates. A Cabinet meeting held last Monday made the decision, according to sources. Likewise, the main coach of the team and […]

DPL 3: Know your teams and players

The third edition of Dhangadhi Premier League, which has played a key role in developing cricket in Nepal, is starting this Saturday. Like always, a lot is being talked about who will come out on top and what the fans can expect from the tournament. Unlike the previous two tournaments, which were played at the […]

DPL winner to be awarded Rs 3 million

Kathmandu, February 7 Come February 9 and the country’s cricket league with the highest cash prize, Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL), will open its pitch for cricketers, among whom the winners will take home Rs 3 million. According to Dhangadhi Cricket Academy President Subash Shahi, the cash prize of the franchise event is Rs 6 million […]

Plagued by injuries, Prithu Baskota is gearing up to make comeback

While the Nepali cricket team are celebrating their victories against the UAE in one day and T20 series, one of the forgotten names of the team is gearing up for a comeback. The forgotten hero Prithu Baskota, once a captain of Nepal’s U-19 team, was at one point of time dubbed the man who would […]