Bardan Chalise


39y and 01m


December 16, 1982

Batting Style

Right-hand bat

Bowling Style

Right-arm medium

Playing Role


Bardan Chalise (born December 16, 1982) is a Nepalese cricketer. Chalise is a left-handed top-order batsman.

He was the vice-captain for the Nepal Under-19 team at the age of 18. Bardan was part of the team when Nepal had qualified for the International Cricket Council (ICC) U-19 World Cup trophy held in New Zealand in 2002. He was picked up for the Nepal U-19 team at the age of 15 where he played the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) U-19 tournament representing Nepal held in Hong Kong in 1997.

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Bardan was one of the emerging stars of the ICC U19 World cup with 231 runs and 7 wickets. With his strong performances, Bardan showed he can be an all-rounder for Nepal in the coming years. Deputy to Binod Das and frontline batsman of the side, Bardan Chalise is a known name to club cricket followers in Kathmandu. This elegant right-hand batsman was expected to provide solidity to the Nepali batting line-up, which he did in style. Whenever his team was in trouble, Chalise was there to rescue them. Be it 69 against Namibia or crucial 47 against Pakistan, Chalise helped Nepal to maintain a respectable total. Chalise was a member of the Under-19 team to the first Youth Asia Cup held in Hong Kong, 1997. [Credit:]