Nepali cricket has walked the path of another significant achievement when the improvised form of Everest premier league twenty 20 kicked off at the TU stadium on December 18. A private Nepali firm, who wished to observe the scene when foreign players would rub their shoulders for the first time with the domestic cricketers of the country, had arranged the tournament. The development is going to be a supplementary compensation against the deferment of cricket governing the body of Nepal by the International Cricket Council on April 25, 2016.
Soon after the suspension of cricket association of Nepal (CAN), this is the first time the nation observed an auction of cricketers at the national level for the Dhangadi Premier League (DPL). It would be a good decision as the Cricket Governing Body of the nation has remained suspended, and in its place, EPL has emerged as a tournament that is also sanctioned by the ICC. One of the bowling all-rounders from Sri Lanka, Farveez Maharoof, is one of the big names to take part behalf of Kathmandu Kings XI in the tournament that offers a cash prize of Rs 2.1 million that would be the maximum cash offered in the history of domestic cricket in Nepal.
The energetic performance of Maharoof during the Oval in a one-day international match against England in the year of 2016 has previously indicated his doorway to Kings XI. Of late, the organisers from EPL Pvt Ltd have publicly disclosed the champions’ trophy on December 17. Indian cricketer, Arun Lal remarked, EPL is spending the field of opportunity where cricketing potential could walk the path of development and prosperity.