kippers, Shahi unveil DPL trophy


Dhangadhi, March 31

Dhangadhi Cricket Academy President Subash Bahadur Shahi and skippers of the six participating teams unveiled the trophy of the Ruslan Dhangadhi Premier League which is beginning here at the SSP grounds on Saturday.

Biratnagar Kings skipper Paras Khadka, Rupandehi Challengers skipper Shakti Gauchan, Kathmandu Goldens skipper Gyanendra Malla, Team Chauraha Dhangadhi captain Sompal Kami, CYC Attariya skipper Subash Khakurel and Mahendranagar United skipper Binod Bhandari joined Shahi in unveiling the lucrative trophy amidst a programme today. Kings’ skipper Paras Khadka — who is also the national cricket team captain — said the tournament would contribute in the development of Nepali cricket. “Tournament like DPL will help in the development of Nepali cricket,” said Khadka.

Challengers skipper Gauchan said the tournament was encouraging one for Nepali cricketers, while Chauraha skipper Kami said the team with best performance throughout the tournament would walk away as the winners. “The most important thing is that the tournament has provided us with the opportunity to play the game,” said Kami. Chauraha will take on Goldens in the inaugural match on Saturday.

Top two teams will receive Rs 2.5 million and one million rupees respectively. Similarly, teams finishing third and fourth will get Rs 300,000 and Rs 200,000. Player of the series will get TVS Apache 180cc motorbike, while the most valuable player will receive a golden shoe from Gold Star.

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