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  #26  
Old February 8, 2018, 05:10 AM
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Nepal's population is bigger than Sri Lanka and cricket is their most popular team sport. It's the only country left that has the factors in place to gain full membership. For the sake of cricket, we should all root for Nepal.
I agree. Should support Nepal to make it like Afg is doing.

I thought, Ind would help them lot more. I thought ICC would help them more after 2014 WorldT20. Since then Nepal hasn’t been seen much in thw world stage.

Its got nice scenic places, landscapes. Stadium around those players will be wonderful. Cricket will benefit having another team that loves cricket, has a goos size population too grow further etc.
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Old February 8, 2018, 09:44 AM
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US cricket has issues with governance and politics. I doubt they are picking their best side. With all the cricket leagues in NYC, Bay Area, Houston, DC Metro, and Chicago I struggle to see how they are consistently behind Canada - which is essentially just GTA and maybe Vancouver.

USA hasn't even qualified for the WC Qualifier this century, IIRC. Last time was in the 1997 ICC Trophy.
USA best performance in ICC event was in 2015 WCQ where they came quite near to qualifying because it was a young squad and had many players from US U19 but now this idiot coach is hellbent on selecting domestic players from SC.
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Old February 8, 2018, 11:43 AM
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ICC Division 2 Qualifiers 2018

Round Robin League :

8th February, 2018

Match Results

Match 1 : Kenya v/s UAE

United Arab Emirates won by 218 runs

UAE 309/8 (50 Ovs)

Batting

Ashfaq Ahmed 73(57)

Mustafa(c) 73(94)

Bowling

Collins Obuya 2/20

NM Odhiambo 2/33

Ken 91/10 (32.4 Ovs)

Batting

Rushab Patel 17(33)

Obanda 15(32)

Bowling

Zahoor Khan 2/10

Ahmed Raza 2/18

Match 2 : Namibia V/s Nepal

Nepal won by 1 wkt

Nam 138/10 (34.2 Ovs)

Batting

Craig Williams 41(34)

Jan Frylinck 22(31)

Bowling

Lamichhane 4/18

Kami 3/35

NEP 139/9 (49.2 Ovs)

Batting

Vesawkar 29(67)

Regmi 24(24)

Bowling

Scholtz 4/11

Craig Williams 3/31

Match 3 : Canada V/s Oman


Canada won by 8 wkts

OMAN 106/10 (27.4 Ovs)

Batting

Aqib Ilyas 46(32)

Zeeshan Maqsood 22(43)

Bowling

Nikhil Dutta 3/11

Satsimranjit Dhindsa 2/19

Can 108/2 (15.4 Ovs)

Batting

Nitish Kumar(c) 53(41)

Gunasekera 46(34)

Bowling

Zeeshan Maqsood 1/13

Bilal Khan 1/20


Two matches were one sided, whereas Nepal V/s Namibia ended in a thriller, as Nepal won by a narrow margin
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Old February 8, 2018, 03:39 PM
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Good work from Nepal, it looked lost but they pulled it off.
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Old February 12, 2018, 09:55 AM
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Wow Nepal pulled off another one, they've got good fight but need to work on the start of their batting innings so they can build bigger scores and not put the lower order under so much pressure.
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Old February 13, 2018, 03:03 PM
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A huge day tomorrow. Cricket careers of UAE and Namibian players on line.

Many people say its pressure Associate players face but in my opinion, I think its a relaxed situation because they are educated (Namibia's case) and could get jobs even if they fail at cricket but ECB had just announced Central Contracts and that could be in trouble if they lose tomorrow.
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Old February 13, 2018, 03:41 PM
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A huge day tomorrow. Cricket careers of UAE and Namibian players on line.

Many people say its pressure Associate players face but in my opinion, I think its a relaxed situation because they are educated (Namibia's case) and could get jobs even if they fail at cricket but ECB had just announced Central Contracts and that could be in trouble if they lose tomorrow.
Is ECB involved in this? Or does ECB mean Emirate Cricket Board? Same acronym as the English and Welsh cricket board, interesting.
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Old February 13, 2018, 04:21 PM
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I mean Emirates Cricket Board.
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