Nepal set to participate in Blind Asia Cup

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Dec 24, 2015-

The Cricket Association of Blind (Cab) Nepal on Wednesday announced a 14-member squad for the first Blind Twenty20 Asian Cup to be held in Kochi, India on January 17-24. 

Kritan Shrestha Duwal will lead the Nepali side with Bikram Bahadur Rana named as his deputy. Others in the team include Bharat Thapa, Ratna Bahadur Rai, Khimananda Gaire, Sunil Subedi, Jeevan Gurung, Badri Chaulagain, Shanta Bahadur Pahari, Santosh Sapkota, Shankar Regmi, Ram Prasad Paudel, Padam Badhela and Sunil Thapa Magar. 

The Asia Cup will be participated in by India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The tournament was originally scheduled to begin two years ago in Pakistan but was pushed back due to ‘technical reasons’. All round-robin league games will be played at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kerala.  Nepal will leave for the venue on January 14 after a week-long closed camp in Kathmandu on January 4-10. Duwal will also play the role of the team coach, while Cab Nepal President Pawan Ghimire will be the team manager. 

Published: 24-12-2015 10:04

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