The national cricket team of Nepal represents Nepal in international cricket. The team has been an associate member of the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), which administers the International Cricket Council (ICC), since 1996.
Over the years, Nepal’s cricket programme has had substantial development and success. Both the limited-overs and T20 versions of the game have seen improvements. The cricket squad from Nepal has competed in a number of ICC and regional tournaments.
The Nepal Cricket current team consist of Rohit Paudel, Aarif Sheikh, Kushal Bhurtel, Gyanendra Malla, Dev Khanal, Bhim Sharki, Dipendra Singh Airee, Kushal Malla, Gulshan Jha, Pawan Sarraf, Basir Ahmed, Bibek Yadav,Asif Sheikh, Arjun Saud, Binod Bhandari, Sandeep Lamichhane , Lalit Rajbanshi, Sagar Dhakal, Shahab Alam, Sompal Kami, Karan Kc, Abinsah Bohara, Kamal Singh Airee, Pratis GC.
They are one of the most significant teams, and they can compete anywhere on the globe and defeat elite teams to deliver a challenging match. Nevertheless, the team is known as the Rhinos. They have developed into a side that can compete and has offered one of the team’s most destructive batting and bowling attacks throughout the years.
While they also hit the deck hard and bat proficiently. However, they work hard and achieve this feat, and they can achieve more in the future and also hit the big matches and tournaments. They also made their women’s team after their debut in 2007. Hence, the men’s and women’s teams have some top-notch players.
Hence the women team currently consist of Rubina Chhetry, Indu Barma, Apsari Begam, Dolly Bhatta, Bindu Rawal, Mamta Chaudhary, Roma Thapa, Sita Rana Magar, Kabita Joshi, Sarita Magar, Jyoti Pandey, Kajal Shrestha, Sangita Rai, Karuna Bhandari, Manisha Upadhaya, Kabita Kunwar, Asmina Karmacharya, Saraswati Kumari.
Monty Desai is the coach of Nepal’s cricket team, and Jagat Tamata is in charge of the women’s team. They rank among the greatest on the entire globe. They have also succeeded in achieving one of the team’s remarkable strengths. Two of the best batters for the Nepal cricket team in recent years have been Rohit Paudel and Sandeep Lamichhane, and in the current environment, they have accomplished a lot in a short period of time.