Kathmandu, March 26
The global cricket governing body, International Cricket Council, has announced that it has put off all the events scheduled for up to June 30 due to the ever-increasing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The announcement has also postponed two tri-series events that Nepal were preparing to participate under the World Cup League 2.
Nepal, Namibia, and Scotland were scheduled to play the tri-series in Namibia from April 20 to 27. Likewise, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, and the UAE were preparing for another tri-series in the PNG from June 9 to 16. The ICC has not announced when the events will take place next.
The ICC says its priority includes the safety and health of the players, officials, and staff.
Published on March 26th, Thursday, 2020 12:48 PM
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