The national cricket team’s closed-camp for an all-important ICC World Cricket League Division-II is beginning from December 15.
With the national team is currently on a break following their participation in an 18-day long tour of Sri Lanka under the ACC High Performance Programme where it played two three-day matches and one Twenty20 International (against Hong Kong).
The Division-II tournament begins from January 17-24 in Namibia where Nepal will play for the top two spots alongside hosts Namibia, the Netherlands, Kenya, Canada and Uganda.
Nepali team is supposedly leaving for South Africa for an 10-day tour beginning from January 3-13 as a part of their preparation for the Division-II. The top two finishers from Division-II will qualify for the ICC World Cricket League Championship and ICC Inter-continental Cup.
The closed-camp in Nepal will begin after the arrival of coach Pubudu Dassanayake who is currently in his hometown Canada for a holiday.