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Cricketer Shakti Gauchan says it’s time to retire

Kathmandu – Spinner Shakti Gauchan has announced his plans to retire from international cricket after the final ODI against the Netherlands on August 3.

The 34-year-old Nepali bowler along with a 15-member-squad will begin their Europe tour on July 19. The national team will play at Lords against MCC and head to The Netherlands.

During the tour, Nepali team will play four one day and T20 practice matches against, Hog (50 ovr), St. Cross (T20), East London XI (50 ovr) and East London Sharks (T20).

Likewise, Nepal will play MCC tri series at Lord’s Ground with MCC and The Netherlands. Following the tri series, Nepal will head to The Netherlands and play two ODI matches at Amsteelveen Ground on August 1 and August 3.

Following players will represent Nepal in the upcoming matches against MCC & The Netherlands:

Paras Khadka (Captain)
Anil Kumar Sah
Basant Regmi
Dipendra Singh Airee
Gyanendra Malla
Karan KC
Lalit Bhandari
Lalit Narayan Rajbanshi
Md. Arif Sheikh
Rohit Kumar Paudel
Sandeep Lamichhane
Shakti Prasad Gauchan
Sharad Vesawkar
Sompal Kami
Subash Khakurel

Reserves:

Binod Bhandari
Sunil Dhamala
Sushan Bhari
Pradeep Airee

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