Foreign Players excited about Everest Premier League 2021 Announcement
The Everest Premier League announced the new date of the most awaited cricket league in Nepal. According to the organizers, the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has sanctioned the 2021 edition of EPL to be conducted from September 25 to October 9.
Your favorite T20 league is back ‼️— EPL – Everest Premier League (@eplt20official) February 28, 2021
Cricket Association of Nepal has just sanctioned EPL dates from September 25 – October 09 this year!
Get ready for the biggest season of cricket Nepal has ever seen!! 🏏#EPLT20 #epl2021 pic.twitter.com/FWTdtFD1EA
The fourth edition of Everest Premier League was scheduled for March 14 to March 28 back in 2020 and was expected to be the best of all time. However, the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to be postponed for more than a year.
The fourth edition was ready to see the Gayle storm at TU Cricket ground along with many international starts from Associate as well as test nations. Nevertheless, the organizers are still confident that there will be more stars this year.
Soon after the announcement of new date by the organizers, several international as well as national players shared their excitement in Twitter. Associate stars like Kyle Koetzar, George Munsey, Kevin O’Brien shared their excitement by retweeting the announcement made by EPL and expressed their excitement in caption.
Great news 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 https://t.co/FqfhHxrRL2— Kyle Coetzer (@MeerGoose11) February 28, 2021
Exciting news 🔥🔥🔥#rhinos https://t.co/Y7sK20Vxan— George Munsey (@GeorgeMunsey) February 28, 2021
Looking forward to getting back over to KTM!!! #KKX1 #KathmanduKings #kathmandu @KathmanduKings 👍🏻 https://t.co/R7pd9GdOBL— Kevin O'Brien (@KevinOBrien113) February 28, 2021
Cricket commentator, who was expected to host the entire Everest Premier League back in 2020 termed the announcement as a fantastic news.
Fantastic news. Almost exactly one year ago today, we were all devastated in Kathmandu as the first cricket league in the world to fall victim to covid— Andrew Leonard (@CricketBadge) February 28, 2021
The biggest festival of cricket ever seen in Nepal is coming this September, can not wait!
Jai Nepal!🇳🇵#EPLT20🏏 #EPL2021🏔️ https://t.co/NS0sDX9y1x