Subash Prasad Khakurel Profile: Biography, Early life, Age, Height, Professional life, Girlfriend , Facts & Networth

Subash Prasad Khakurel

Subash Prasad Khakurel, a Nepalese cricket player, was born on June 22, 1987. Subash is a right-handed wicketkeeper and opening batter. In December 2011, he made his Nepali debut against Hong Kong.

When Subash Khakurel hit 115 off 142 balls against the United States in the 2012 ICC World Cricket League Division Four in September 2012, he became the fourth player from Nepal to record an international century.

Prasad represents the Sudur Pashchimanchal Academy, which competes in the SPA Cup, the APF Club of the National League, and the Kantipur Gurkhas of the Nepal Premier League.

Playing Cricket Career

Subash Khakurel crushed the United States of America (USA) in a practice match for the 2010 Division Five matches, scoring 53 runs off just 34 balls.  He loves to make space and hit boundaries in the offside and is an attacking batter by nature. His ability to pick things up quickly contributed to him securing a position on the team. In his first series against incisive Pakistani and Sri Lankan bowling attacks, he was a batsman who appeared to be fairly at ease. He was chosen for the team to compete in the 2011 ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifier, and in his first match against Afghanistan, he struck a well-played half-century.

When coach Pubudu Dassanayake joined the team, he made some unexpected adjustments to the selection procedures. Subash’s dream received more support from the coach’s decision to integrate fresh players. The desire to wear a national jersey is real. His total innings score of 115 against the USA in the crucial game of 2012 Division Four, 40 not out against the USA in the final of the same tournament, half century against UAE in the final of 2012 ACC Trophy Elite, 78 against Pakistan U-2013 ACC Emerging 23 in the Teams Cup and a half-century against Kenya in the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, 71 against the UAE in the 2014 ACC Premier League proved that he is a big-match player and can win matches for Nepal on his own. Can

His fifty against England in the 2012 ICC Under-19 World Cup received high praise from players like Wasim Akram.

In the 2014 World Cup qualifier, his absence cost Nepal dearly because he was unable to participate because of a fever, forcing Nepal to repeatedly replace the opening pair, which altered the outcome of the match. It was a significant factor in the Nepalese team’s tournament defeat.

With 234 runs, he led Nepal in scoring during the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. His top score, a crucial 54, assisted Nepal in chasing down a huge 183 runs against Kenya.

In the first Twenty20 International half-century by a Nepalese batsman, he got a half-century against Afghanistan in the year 2014. He is renowned for his ability to play on a large platform as a result of innings like this one.

Additionally, he batted in three innings for 39 runs total during the 2014 Asian Games.

In Malaysia for the 2014 ICC World Cricket League Division Three, he scored 112 runs, including an unbeaten 49 against the United States that earned him the Player of the Match award.

Prasad was included in the Nepalese team for their One Day International (ODI) series against the Netherlands in July 2018. Since attaining One Day International status during the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, Nepal played their first ODI games in these ones. On August 3, 2018, Khakurel played in his first One Day International for Nepal’s national cricket team against the Netherlands.

Subash Khakurel was included on Nepal’s roster for the 2018 Asia Cup Qualifier competition in August of that year. Khakurel was one of those 18 cricketers who received a central contract from the Cricket Association of Nepal in September 2020.

Bio Data

Full name: Subash Prasad Khakurel

Born: 22 June 1987 

age: 35 Years

Birth Place: Nepal

Batting: Right-handed

Role: Opening batsman and wicket-keeper

Nationality: Nepali