Nepali girls’s cricket group leaves for Qatar


October 28, Kathmandu. The Nepali national women’s cricket team, which is preparing for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Asia qualifiers, has left for Qatar to play in the T20 series.

Nepal will play a three-match T20 International series with Qatar, according to the Nepal Cricket Association CAN.

After playing three games in Qatar, the Nepali team under the captaincy of Rubina Chhetri will leave for Dubai, UAE on November 19. Asian selection will start from November 22.

Nepal had earlier gone to Bangladesh and prepared for a week. In Bangladesh, Nepal had won the three T20 practice series played by Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Pratisthan (BKSP) 2-1.

Nepal will play Hong Kong on November 22 in the first match of the Asia Women’s T20 World Cup qualifiers to be held in UAE from November 6 to 12 (November 22 to 28).

Six teams, including Nepal, will compete in the selection as a roadmap for the T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa in 2023.

Nepal, Bhutan, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia and UAE are participating in the selection. The winner will reach the global selection.





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