The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) finally has taken a step forward in restarting the National cricket team training which was halted for long time due to Covid-19 outbreak.
The Association has planned to resume the training from July. Last week, the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) approached to resume the training of the football team.
According to Hamrokhelkud, the Cricket Association has also approached the National Sports Council to continue their training from the first week of July. As soon as the association gets green light for the authority, the training shall start.
The association was under immense pressure to resume the player after numerous players including Paras Khadka, skipper Gyanendra Malla, Sandeep Lamichhane started self training.
The government might give green light to resume the training. However, will be bounded by certain restrictions. Most probably, the training will be done with certain players limitation in a group.
The last time Nepal played was back in February in ACC Men’s Eastern Region 2020 and were scheduled to play a couple of tri-series back in April and May. Similarly, the upcoming tri-series Scotland, Nepal and Namibia was called-off this month. It was scheduled for July 4 to 11 in Scotland.