Blind Cricket

  • Lumbini Crowned Champions

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    February 19 2014

    Not just the birth place the Lord Buddha is Lumbini but also place of fiercely motivated Blind Cricketers. Lumbini Blind

  • Army, Banke, Lumbini and Bagmati Enter Semis

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    February 16 2014

    Kathmandu- Defending champions Lumbini and Bagmati won their respective matches today to join Army and Banke un the semis  of

  • Padam strikes first six in history of blind cricket

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    February 15 2014

    Everyone knows Nepali Blind Cricket are crazy for Cricket. The First Six in Blind Cricket’s History on Valentines Day – The

  • 5th National Blind Cricket Starts Tomorrow

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    February 13 2014

    Kathmandu- The fifth edition of National Blind Cricket is set to start tomorrow with new entrants Nepal Army taking on

  • Fixtures for National Blind Cricket Revealed

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    February 9 2014

    Cricnepal/ Feb 09   Cricket Association of Blind Nepal(CABN is all set to organise the fifth National Blind  Cricket Tournament

  • CAB Nepal Nominated for Peace and Sports Award

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    October 19 2013

    Cricket Association of Blind(CAB) Nepal has been nominated  for Peace and Sports Award 2013 under adaptive sports category . “CAB

  • CAB Nepal Elects New Central Comittee

    Cricket Association of Nepal Blind
    August 6 2013

    Cricnepal/Kathmandu Cricket Association of Blind concluded its 3rd Annual General Meeting today (22nd Sharwan) electing new CAB Central Committee members.

  • NSJF Pulsar Sports Award 2069

    July 2 2013

    National Cricket Team Coach Pubudu Dassanayake won the Coach of the Year Award in Nepal Sports Journalist Forum(NSJF) Pulsar Sports

  • Beyond Sports shortlists CAB
    June 11 2013

    Cricnepal/Kathmandu – Cricket Association of the Blind(CAB), Nepal has been shortlisted as one of the best four Association in the

  • Rupendehi wins Deaf Cricket Title

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    June 10 2013

    Cricnepal/Kathmandu – Rupandehi defeated Kathmandu by 2 wickets in the final of the National Deaf Cricket Tournament and were crowned champions