5th One Day Cricket Worldcup for the Blind 2018

After bagging two victory against Newzealand and South Africa in second T20 blind cricket world cup 2017, Nepali blind cricket team is now preparing for its participation in the fifth one day cricket world cup for the blind , to be organized by Pakistan Blind Cricket Council in January, 2018.

For a financially crunched sports Organization like ours, travelling to U.A.E seems to be almost impossible. But, this can come true if you think of supporting at

least of one individual player from a squad of 17,who requires minimum of 500 U.S $ to cover his air fare and one pair of uniforms.

We believe in collecting few amount from many people rather than large amount from few people. Just for this please think beyond the players in limelight and think what your small support matters to the players with visual impairments. You can help them to play and let them to change other’s perception.

If you believe in their caliber, then just e-mail us to support us physically or you can make an online donation by clicking the button below.

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About Blind Cricket

About Blind Cricket

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CAB Nepal promotes blind cricket among sixteen thousand blind youth in Nepal. It could not have been started without the support of the PBCC and its chairman Aga Souquat Ali. It is first association to run blind cricket for women. Read More


A Blind Cricket Player Batting
We are currently reliant on public sector funds in a developing country.  Whilst we are grateful to our support from various ministries we are seeking private individual and corporate funding to help make this sport happen. Read More