Sudurpaschim, Gandaki province teams declared for U-19 National Cricket Championship
Kathmandu, 23 November (2021) - The Sudurpaschim province team has been announced for the Wai Wai U-19 National Cricket Championship.
A 14-member team under the captaincy of Khadak Bahadur Bohora has been finalized, said Tej Prakash Bhatta, the Secretary of the Sudurpaschim Province Cricket Association.
The other players included in the team are Narayan Joshi (vice captain), Arjun Saud (wicket keeper), Naren Bhatta, Gajendra Bohora, Sher Malla, Narendra Saud, Lokesh Bom, Rahul Bhandari, Kailsh Ayer, Hemanta Dhami, Akash Chand, Deepak Tamata and Basanta Karki.
Arjan Singh Saud, Anurag Singh, Sanjaya Bohara and Birendra Bom have been selected as extra players. Twenty four players were kept in closed training camp from November 10 to 17. The 14 players have been selected from among the 24 players undergoing closed camp.
The U-19 National Cricket Championship is kicking off from today in Kathmandu. Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is the organiser of the Championship.
Gandaki province team also announced
Similarly, the Gandaki Province Cricket Association has also announced a 14-member team to play in the Championship. Bishnu Pandey is the team captain while subhash Bhandari is the vice-captain.
The other selected players in the team include Arjun Kumal, Kiran Poudel, Deepak Dumre, Kamal Pariyar, Sudip Aryal, Milan Chhetri, Sujan Gautam, Sandesh Sunar, Sachin Raj Adhikari, Abhisek Thapa, Utsav Shrestha and Prashant Singh. Apart from the regular players, four extra players have also been selected for the Championship.
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