Nepal

Cricketers Prepare To Mount Everest For Twenty20

In April 2009, 50 people will head to Kathmandu in Nepal to make history when they play a cricket match at 5,165 metres...
28 January 2009

Afghanistan Wrap Up Third Place Finish In Malaysia

Afghanistan beat Nepal by three wickets to end the 2008 Asian Cricket Council Elite Trophy in third place in Malaysia.
2 August 2008

Nepal Lead ACC Elite Trophy Semi-Final Qualifiers

Nepal, Hong Kong, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates booked their places in the Asian Cricket Council Elite Trophy semi-finals after the final...
30 July 2008

Wins For Nepal, UAE And Hong Kong In Malaysia

Three of the highest rated sides recorded victories on the fourth day of the Asian Cricket Council Elite Trophy with Nepal, UAE and Hong Kong beating...
28 July 2008

Saudi Arabia Provide Upset On ACC Elite Trophy Day One

The opening day of the Asian Cricket Council Elite Trophy witnessed wins for Saudi Arabia, Nepal, hosts Malaysia and Singapore.
25 July 2008

Singapore Produces Shock Of The Tournament

Afghanistan now faces uphill battle to get into semi-final; wins for USA, Jersey, Nepal, Mozambique while Japan v Bahamas ends in thrilling tie...
28 May 2008

Mahaboob Alam Takes All Ten For Nepal

Nepal’s left-arm seamer Mahaboob Alam produced an extraordinary performance at the ICC World Cricket League Division 5 (WCL Div.
26 May 2008

Afghanistan, USA And Nepal Off To Winning Starts

Tournament favourites Afghanistan, Nepal and USA recorded comfortable victories on the opening day of the ICC World Cricket League Division 5 (WCL Div.
25 May 2008

Nepal Beat Lahore By 16 Runs In Latest Match

In the morning at LCCA Cricket Ground, in the 2nd Twenty/20 cricket match, Nepal won the toss against Lahore Cricket Association of the Blind and...
17 March 2008

Nepal Reach Plate Final After Thriller Against Namibia

Nepal booked its place in the Plate Championship final of ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia on Tuesday with a thrilling four-run victory over...
26 February 2008

ICC Under-19 World Cup - Group C Preview

Nepal will rely heavily on its giant-killing abilities when it faces two-time former champion Australia and Sri Lanka in an intriguing Group C of...
6 February 2008

Nepal Qualifies For ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup In Malaysia

Nepal qualified for next year’s ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup when it defeated a spirited Afghanistan by 48 runs in the final of the ACC U/19 Elite...
29 August 2007

Afghanistan In Final With Nepal In ACC U/19 Elite Cup

Sajed Khan produced a superb all-round performance to help Afghanistan set up a final date with Nepal in the ACC U/19 Elite Cup in Kuala Lumpur,...
29 August 2007

ACC U/19 Qualifier

Name: ACC U-19 Elite Cup 2007 Venue: Malaysia Dates: 20-29 August 2007 Participating Teams: Nepal, Malaysia, Kuwait, Qatar, U.
6 August 2007

Bangladesh & Nepal Book Place In ACC Women's Final

Debutant Bangladesh set up a final date with Nepal after both teams recorded comfortable victories in the semi-finals of the ACC (Asian Cricket Council)...
18 July 2007

Malaysia And Nepal Produce Exciting Tie

Alessandra Lisa Shunmugam picked up two wickets in three balls to help Malaysia share the spoils with Nepal after their crucial Group A match in...
16 July 2007

China Make Semi Finals Despite Humilating Defeat

Nepal will take on China while Hong Kong will meet Bangladesh, which topped Group B by virtue of its 86-run victory over China.
16 July 2007

Bangladesh Face Hong Kong In ACC Semi Final

Hong Kong lost to Nepal at the Johor Cricket Academy ground in Johor Baru, Malaysia in the final group match for both teams.
16 July 2007

Asia U/19 WC 2008 Qualifier

Name: ACC U-19 Elite Cup 2007 Venue: Malaysia Dates: 20-29 August 2007 Participating Teams: Nepal, Malaysia, Kuwait, Qatar, U.
12 July 2007

Report on 1st National Blind Cricket Tournament in Nepal

Cricket Association of the blind Nepal (CABN) conducted the 1st National Blind Cricket Tournament from 19th to 24th of March 2007, with the full...
4 April 2007

 
 
 
 
 
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