Preview For Nepal Mens Tournament 2021
The Prime Minister’s Cup (PM Cup) Nepal Men’s National Cricket Tournamentorganised by the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) will see the action from 15 to 30 January in Kathmandu.
The tournament, to be played in a One Day format, will be the first of its kind since COVID-19 hit the nation. The participating ten teams – seven Provinces and three government department teams – have been divided into two pools of five teams each. Each team plays four matches in a single round-robin league to secure the top two spots in the group, and with it, a place in the cross over semi-finals. The winners of each semi-final facing each other in the final.
Things To Know About PM Cup Nepal Tournament 2021
The defending champions Nepal Police Club who clinched the national title, beating Nepal Army Club in the final, will look to defend the prestigious trophy while other teams will fight to dethrone the champions.
Most importantly, the spirit and the performance of the young and emerging cricketers who have shone in the young Nepalese teams and the domestic circuit, will be worth watching in the national competition. It will be expected that some will knock on the national team door for the upcoming fixtures. In this context, the PM Cup Men’s National Cricket holds a lot of significance in the domestic circuit of Nepal Cricket.
Tournament Fixure – PM Cup Nepal 2021
Squads Announced for PM Cup Nepal Tournament 2021
Tribhuwan Army Club: Binod Bhandari (cap), Anil Mandal, Raju Rijal, Rohit Kumar Poudel, Bhim Sarki, Rajesh Pulami, Hari Bahadur Chauhan, Vikram Sob, Aakash Chand, Sushan Bhari, Sahab Alam, Hari Krishna Jha, Lokesh Bam and Jitendra Mukhiya.
Lumbini Province: Krishna Karki, Saurav Khanal, Bikram Bhusal, Anil Kharel, Sandip Sunar, Sandeep Rajali, Rajbir Singh, Prakash KC, Sushant Singh Thapa, Pranit Thapa Magar, Jitendra Sahani, Dev Khanal, Dipendra Rawat, Amit Tamang.
Gandaki Province: Bipin Khatri (cap), Ashok Shrestha (vc) Deepesh Khatri, Chandrakant Poudel, Amrit Gurung, Rahul Upadhyaya, Deepak Dumre, Abhishek Thapa, Subash Bhandari, Sameer Kandel, Arjun Kumal, Bishal Poudel, Vishnu Pandey and Dinesh Budha Magar
Province One: Siddhant Lohani (cap), Firdos Ansari, Minash Thapa, Deepak Paswan, Rajan Magar, Subhankar Urau, Dipesh Kandel, Shrawan Yadav, Sonu Mandal, Joshak Khadka, Bibek Mehta, Manoj Tamang, Gyanendra Shrestha and Hemanta Rai
Bagmati Province: Gyanendra Malla (captain), Paras Khadka, Prithu Baskota, Ishan Pandey, Ram Naresh Giri, Dipesh Shrestha, Aakash Thapa, Adil Khan, Bibhatsu Thapa, Gautam KC, Ario Poudel, Tilak Raj Bhandari, Bipin Acharya, and Nandan Yadav
Sudur Paschim Province: Santosh Bhatta (cap), Khadak Bahadur Bohara (vc), Arun Airee, Gajendra Bohara, Sanju Damai, Suraj Tirwa, Kiran Thagunna, Arjun Sawad, Binod Lama, Sher Malla, Hemanta Dhami, Narayan Joshi, Narendra Sawad and Bhojraj Bhatta
Armed Police Force: Sharad Veshawkar (captain), Basanta Regmi, Subash Khakurel, Shankar Rana, Pradeep Airee, Sandeep Jora, Kamal Singh Airee, Sumit Maharjan, Rit Gautam, Kishor Mahato, Bhuwan Karki, Aasif Sheikh, Amar Singh Rautela, Surya Tamang and Abinash Bohara
Karnali Province: Ravindra Jung Shahi (cap), Nischal Rawal, Diwan Babu Pun, Lalit Pyakurel, Hemanta Oli, Dinesh Adhikari, Himanshu Shahi, Bipin Rawal, Raj Kumar Shah, Anuj Chanara, Tara Prasad Giri, Rupak Dahal, Unish Bikram Singh and Abhishek Bam Thakuri
Nepal Police Club: Dilip Nath, Amit Shrestha, Aarif Sheikh, Dipendra Singh Airee, Anil Shah, Pawan Sarraf, Lalit Rajbanshi, Sagar Dhakal, Kushal Bhurtel, Rashid, Yogendra Singh Karki, Manjit Shrestha, Prem Tamang, Sunil Dhamala.
The offiicial Nepal Cricket Councile announced two stadium for Nepal mens one day cup 2021, TU International Cricket, Mulpani Cricket Ground
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