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National pride Sandeep Lamichhane receives congratulatory messages from all over the world, Delhi Daredevils reveals 2018 squad

National pride Sandeep Lamichhane receives overwhelming congratulatory messages from around the world. From the PM, to CPN UML leader and his mentor ex- Aussie Cricket captain Michael Clarke and the entire Nepalese population around the world have been congratulating him. Sandeep Lamichhane will be playing for the Delhi Daredevils in Vivo IPL 2018. He was bought by the Delhi Daredevils for INR ...

nepali cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane bought by Delhi Daredevils for 20 lakhs, 1st Nepali in IPL

17 year old nepali cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane has been bought by Delhi Daredevils in the IPL auction. He will be the first Nepali player to be playing in the Vivo IPL. Delhi Daredevils paid INR 20 lakhs for him to be included in their squad. The leg-spinner rose to prominence with a successful performance at the 2016 U-19 World Cup where he guided Nepal to the eighth place. In the sa...

Cricket Enthusiast? Sign up for ‘Team Nepal’ and play with Australian professionals

Nepali cricket enthusiasts now have a chance to participate in a champions league tournament organized by Melbourne Renegades. Interested people have to register by the 16th of October. To do so by follow the link. Cricket Australias Community Ambassador Tara Gair has said that the invitation is being sent out to create a Nepali team to...

nepali cricketers to play club cricket in Canada, England

Cricketers Naresh Budhayer and Sushan Bhari have got opportunities to play club cricket in Canada and England respectively. Both Naresh and Sushan are set to leave for their respective destinations on Wednesday. Cricket Players Association of Nepal (CPAN) arranged the opportunities for Naresh and Sushan, according to Paras Khadka, general secretary of CPAN. Nepali national teams right-h...

ICC U-19 world Cup: Nepal go down to B’desh but spirits are still high
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ICC U-19 world Cup: Nepal go down to B’desh but spirits are still high

Nepal lost an opportunity to book semi-final berth on Friday as they lost to Bangladesh by six wickets in their ICC U-19 World Cup quarter-final match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur Bangladesh. Electing to bat first, Raju Rijals 80-ball 72 guided Nepal to a respectable total of 211-9 in 50 overs. Nepal did well in their defence, restricting the hosts to 98-4 before a match-winn...

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