Corporate Houses finally stepped in the real Nepali Cricket bidding the Nepali Cricket team farewell and declaring various rewards for the cricket team in a special program organised today at Annapurna hotel. (For many of the companies having played cricket at Soltee Super Sixes and Ncell Beach Cricket this was the only time they stepped in for the National Side.)
Provided the team qualify -Uniliver, Bajaj, Vaidya Group, Goldstar shoes, Mega Bank, F1 Soft, Ace Travels and Kings college declared 5.4 million worth of rewards.Each inistitute is set to hire 2 Cricketers each excpet Kings college which will hire 1 with monthly pay check of Rs.15,000 for 2 years.
The players also signed a Memorandum of Understanding during the program. The Cricketer’s respective hiring places were determined by a lucky draw today itself.
|Uniliver||Shakti Gauchan, Binod Bhandari|
|Bajaj||Anil Mandal, Sharad Vesawkar|
|VOITH||Paras Khadka, Jitendra Mukhiya|
|Goldstar||Gyanendra Malla, Rahul Viswakarma|
|F1 Soft||Pradeep Airee, Avinash Karn|
|Mega Bank||Subash Khakurel, Amrit Bhattarai|
|Ace Travels||Basanta Regmi, Mahesh Chhetri|
|Kings College||Sagar Pun|
President of FNCCI and VOITH(Vaidya’s ORganization of Industries and Trading Houses) Suraj Vaidya also declared that they would honour the best performer for Nepal in the QUalifier with Toyata car. United Traders Syndicate Pvt. Ltd a part of VOITH is the sole distributer of Toyata cars in Nepal.
Model Global Visa Consultancy will reward each man of the match from Nepal in the league stage with Rs. 25,000.
Former President of FNCCI and Managing Director of Panchakanya Pradeep Kumar and Organisation of Youth Enterprenuer’s NYF provided 1 lack each to captain Paras Khadka and vice-captain Gyanendra Malla respectively during the program.
Also Panchakanya has announced suprised package which they will reveal only after team is back. “If return with glory we will reward you something really special-something that you might not even think of” said representative from Panchakanya.
The heads of the business houses present expressed that they were hopeful that Nepal would make it to the World Cup.