51. The highest score of One Day in Nepal is 397/8 (50.0 positions) against Bhutan, which was played in 2003 at the ACC’s Emerging Nations Tournament. The highest score of 20 is 210/5 (20.0 positions). against Singapore, Cup 2013 20 20 ACC in Kathmandu Nepal.
52. Subash Khakurel is the top scorer in a match over 50. He won 115 balls from 142 balls against the United States in the fourth division of the ICC Cricket World League 2012.
53. Mehboob Alam is the first bowler to reach all 10 windows in a limited-scale international ICC cricket match. Mehboob Alam 10/12 (7.5 shots) against Mozambique in the Division of the ICC Cricket World League 2008 The fifth division is the best one-day bowling in the history of cricket. In addition, he was listed for his outstanding performances in Guinness World Records.
54. The 88 Mehboob Alam races of 41 balls are the highest score of 20 20 for Nepal. It was against Saudi Arabia, which was played in 2011 with ACC 20-20.
55. Shakti Gauchan of Nepal has a hat-trick against Denmark in 2012 ICC World Twenty20 qualifier
56. Sompal Kami, Nepal’s fast bowler, scored the world’s highest single-point record in the T20 International Match at No. 10, scoring 40 runs off 31 balls against Hong Kong.
57. Sandeep Lamichhane was the first player to receive the first IPL order from the Delhi Daredevils team. Lamichhane was named in the list of IPL player auctions with a base price of 20 lakhs. He is one of two Associate Nations players on the list of 578 players to be auctioned off for IPL’s 11th season. Although Lamichhane had to wait a long time for his first opportunity, his accomplishments were extraordinary. He played 3 games and brought five windows to an economy of 6.83. The following month justified this uproar with 17 windows in a tournament player performance in 2018 WCL Division Two in Namibia, which made Nepal qualify for the World Cup for the second time. In March 2018, he was also the first player from Nepal to be recruited to CPL in the 13th round of the San Cristóbal and Nieves Patriots, completing the list of historical achievements of his growing curriculum. Although Lamichhane is only a teenager, he can write many more pages.
58. Mehboob Alam holds the world record for taking the 10 wickets in a one-match match against Mozambique in the ICC World Cricket League Division 5. He gave 12 races and stopped his tickets in 12 races.
59. Nepal’s highest score in T20 International is 2013 against Singapore ACC. Twenty20 Cup: Nepal scored 210 runs and lost 5 goals. Another peak of the Nepalese cricket team on an international day is against Bhutan at the 2003 ACC Emerging Nations Tournament, where Nepal scored 397 races and lost 8 windows. Nepal only beat Myanmar by 10 runs in 12.1 and pursued the goal with 2 balls in the ACC Trophy 2006. Five extras were the game’s top scorers.
60. Shakti Gauchan is the first Nepalese cricketer to perform an IPL (Indian Premier Leauge) test before young player Sandeep Lamichhane receives a contract in Delhi Daredevils and was the Rajasthan Royals club.
61. The 88 Mehboob Alam runs off 41 balls against Saudi Arabia, played in 2011, are the highest single score of Twenty20 for Nepal.
62. In 2010, the ICC World League Division Five is the first major tournament to win Nepal by defeating the United States in the final. The game was played in Kathmandu.
63. Nepal ranks 20th in the ICC ranking.
64. The NPL of the First Premium League of Nepal was played in Dhangadhi, Kailali (Phapla Cricket Ground) and Panchakanya Tej.
65. Subash Khakurel is the highest score one day in Nepal. He manages to complete 115 runs off 142 balls played in the World Cricket League IV Division 4 of 2012 against the United States.
66. The 88 Mehboob Alam races of 41 balls are the highest score of 20 20 for Nepal. It was against Saudi Arabia, which was played in 2011 with ACC 20-20.
67. The first major tournament to win Nepal in 2010 was Division 5 of the Cricket World League, which was held in Kathmandu and defeated the United States in the final.
68. In Nepal, Group A cricketers would receive 35,000 rupees per month, while 25,000 rupees would receive 35,000 rupees per month, he said. Similarly, players in Group C would receive Rs 15,000 per month and Rs 5,000 for Group D cricketers.
69. In 1961, the Cricket Association of Nepal became part of the National Sports Council to promote the sport across the country. The game quickly recovered and attracted local interest, which in turn increased demand.
70. Nepalese relations with the ICC were strengthened when in 1996 he became an associate member. At that time Nepal played for the ACC Trophy in Kuala Lampur and brought the cricket into this inland country from its territory Nepal defeated Brunei and Japan and finished fourth among the six teams that qualified for the first round.
71. By 1998, Nepal had become independent for an international game. The ACC 1998 Trophy was held in Lalitpur, Kirtipur, and Kathmandu. He did not win the tournament, however.
72. In 2004, Nepal played its first “First Class Cricket” by playing against the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia in the “ICC International Cup”. He beat Malaysia but remained behind after failing to reach the semi-finals where he had drawn with the UAE.
73. The Division V ICC World Cup 2008 World Cricket League was a memorable year for Nepal when Mehboob Alam set a world record in all ten areas of the Mozambican team. His name was included in the Guinness Book of Records, is the first bowler to win 10 windows in an ICC game.
74. In 2010, Nepal won its first major tournament against the USA. UU In the final round of Division 5 of the ICC Cricket World League in Kathmandu.
75. Nepal’s performance in the No. 2 ICC World Cricket League Division in Namibia qualified her for the 2015-17 ICC World Cricket League Championship. After finishing third in the ICC Cricket World League Division in 2015, he failed to reach the showdown for the final, although he became the first bowler to win the 100-slot window in the league thanks to the performance of the Basanta regime
76. After Nepal played the second division of the 2018 Cricket World League, Nepal took second place, and so the Rhinos qualified to qualify for the 2018 Cricket World Cup.
77. After Nepal defeated Papua New Guinea in 2018 Cricket World Cup qualifying on 15 March 2018, Nepal gained its first International Day (ODI) status. In addition, Nepal has regained the status of International T20.
78. Nepal now has eyes for the test state and the rhinoceros captain, Paras Khadka, hopes to achieve this in another eight or ten years.
79. There is heat battle over the administration and good cricket. In spite of Nepal’s enormous cricket performance, the country is shaken by the absence of the governing body, the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN). After the constant interference of the policy in the management of the game, the ICC suspended the CAN 2016.
80. While Nepal continues to develop fantastically on an international level, the country is in a financial crisis due to the lack of CAN. This has serious implications for the internal games that are taking place within the country and which are crucial to bring out the best players.
81. The former director-general of CAN commented on the situation: “The development of cricket in Nepal is stagnating at the time and we currently have no administrative body or money to run the game, obviously having a direct impact on our domestic cricket There have been no cricket tournaments in the country over the past two years and as a result, young talents are not climbing, which affects our team selection. ”
82. In 2015, Ghimire was the first to understand the need for ODI status and mentioned this in his annual report. When the expected condition was finally granted by their efforts, the CAN was disbanded.
83. However, she has not lost hope and continues, “Personally, I believe Nepal can reach the evidence by 2030, or even before that we are perfectly capable, but until we solve our internal administrative problems, it does not seem possible.”
84. In an attempt to address the administrative crisis, Jagat Bahadur Bishwakarma, recently appointed Minister for Youth and Sport in Nepal, said he must begin to give priority to resolving the crisis in question.
85. The One Day International Status has given the Rhinos new hope. The captain of the Nepalese cricket team Paras Khadka praised his team after they reached the ODI status. The victory of six players against Papa Guinea renewed the mood of the players and promised them a golden morning.
86. Dipendra Singh Airee and leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane secured the win as both drew 4 windows each and the opposing team were amazed. The unbeaten half-century of Airee contributed to the coveted status.
87. Khadka expresses his immense joy and says, “It’s huge, it’s something we’ve been working on for a long time.” “As a team that we’ve been pushing forward, we’re very happy to win games in different situations, get the players up and all contribute.”
88. And for the first time, Indian Premier League (IPL) has bought a Nepali spinner Sandeep Lamichhane.
89. Nepal has seen an increase of up to 20,000 spectators. With a number of achievements on the cricketing stage, the enthusiasm in the local population is growing.
90. However, they were hit hard: Due to the government’s strong interference in the cricket panel, the International Cricket Council (ICC) suspended the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) in 2016.
91. The International Criminal Court’s ban meant that CAN did not have the legitimacy and the financial resources to organize leagues and national tournaments essential to finding new talents for the national team. The ban also delayed several sports infrastructure projects.
92. Despite this and the two difficult years in which Captain Paras Khadka and his team have achieved even more exciting victories, the ICC is proposing to lift the suspension.
93. After CAN agreed to agree to a statute approved by the ICC Advisory Council, the World Cricket Agency has promised to revoke its decision on one condition: CAN can hold new elections under the new statute, ensuring that the government has no voice his operation never again.
94. If the ICC recognizes CAN, Nepalese cricket could enter its golden age without political interference. The former general director of CAN, Bhawana Ghimire, says: “It is time that Nepalese cricket is very successful, and it is up to us to rebuild its future.”
95. Despite all odds, Nepalese cricketers have achieved the status of One Day International (ODI) in the past two years with outstanding performances, as in Namibia in February, making headlines not only in Nepal but throughout the world
96. To promote Nepal in the ICC Division 1, the versatile Karan KC played an inning that had previously played no cricketer: As the last stand-up batter KC struck 42 unconquered races in 36 installments and secured a single victory against Canada. The renowned sports TV channel ESPN has explained this match as “it is the probably one of the most exciting final matches of an ICC tournament among all levels.”
97. Following the Namibian tour, Nepal Cardiac Kids called on cricket players from Nepal and traveled to Zimbabwe in March to qualify for the ICC World Cup. They failed after being behind Afghanistan in the race. However, they reached the ODI status until 2022.
98. In fact, the success of Nepalese cricketers has shown how little the government has contributed to the development of the sport. This strengthened the position of the advocates for a change in the status of the CAN and a relaxation of government control. The Secretary-General of the CAN, Pyakurel, says: “Even those who sabotage CAN now understand the importance of having a strong governing body.”
99. With the CAN out of the picture, the private sector had progressed to organize successful national tournaments such as the Dhangadi Premier League (DPL) and the Everest Premier League (EPL). The TV channels now pay more than 10 million rupees for the broadcasting rights of each tournament.
100. Cricket coach Jagat Tamata has already warned that Nepal may lose everything again: “We have a tendency to be too self-confident and complacent after every great success, and we have many more hindrance to overcome.” Tamata is sure about that Nepalese cricketers are not with enough international cricket experience, as there are no strong opponents in national matches.
This success and international support seem to have put moral pressure on the political appointments of CAN to rethink and withdraw them, paving the way for free and fair elections, a prerequisite for lifting the suspension of the International Criminal Court. In fact, The ban has pushed Nepal’s crickets back by at least five years. So, for the development of the cricket, Nepalese government should step.
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