Dipendrasinh Airey and Bhim Sarki will be given Rs 200,000 each by the Far West government

4 Chait, Atria. The government of Sudurpashim province is going to give a prize of two lakh rupees each to Nepalese national cricket team players Dipendrasinh Airi and Bhim Sarki.

Nepal expressed happiness on reaching the qualifiers of the ODI World Cup tournament to be held in Zimbabwe next year by defeating the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the match held in Kathmandu on Thursday under the ICC World Cup Cricket League-2. Sudurpaschim Province has announced awards to key players of the team, Ari and Sarki. Chief Private Secretary to Chief Minister Kamal Bahadur Shah, Dhirendra Shahi said that it has been decided to give cash prizes to other players representing Far West as an incentive.

Shahi said that the state government has decided to give one lakh rupees to Sandeep Jora, another member of the Nepali team, and Rs 50,000 each to Kamal Singh Airi and Arjun Sawad of Far West, who made it to the last 18 of the Nepali team. To play in the ICC World Cup Cricket League-2. Sandeep played the first series of League Two, while Kamal and Arjun were in the team but did not get to play in League Two.

Sudurpashim Province Chief Minister Kamal Bahadur Shah has also congratulated the Nepali team for reaching the qualifiers of the One Day World Cup. Nepal defeated UAE by nine runs on the basis of Duckworth-Lewis method in a thrilling match played at Tribhuvan Vishwavidyalaya Ground in Kirtipur on Thursday. With this victory, Nepal has been successful in reaching the qualifiers of the ODI World Cup tournament.

Nepali national cricket team member Bhim Sarki expressed his happiness over the announcement of the award by the state government and said that the encouragement gave him the courage to play cricket in future. Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) President Chatur Bahadur Chand expressed hope that more support would come in the coming days and thanked Chief Minister Shah and said that the announcement of Sudurpaschim province government is very commendable.

“We are hopeful that the players will get encouragement from other provincial governments as well,” he added.

The Sudurpashim province government had earlier announced that a prize of Rs. The Nepali Under-19 team recently went undefeated and emerged champions in the Asia Qualifier held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Nepal was selected for the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup to be held in 2024.

Through a ministerial decision of the Sudurpashim province government, it was announced that five players from Far West, represented in the team, would be awarded Rs. Deepak Bohra, Deepak Bohra (B), Milan Bohra, Hemant Dhami and Akash Chand participated in the Under-19 cricket team from Far West. The team consisted of head coach Jagat Tamta, assistant coach Dhirendra Chand, manager Vikram Bista and physio Puran Thiruva.

Source: OnlineKhabar

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