About Cricket Association of the Blind, Nepal

Introduction

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CAB, Nepal is a non-Governmental, non-political and non- profitable, soley a sports Organization of the blind, established with an aim to promote cricket among sixteen thousands blind youth and thirty thousand blind children in Nepal. The great interest taken by Pakistan Blind Cricket Council “PBCC” to make it exist inNepal is highly commendable. It was Late Aagha Saukat Ali, the then Chairman of PBCC who thought beyond the border and sent two of his trainers Abdul Rajaq and Sultan Shah to extend this great game of cricket in Nepal. August 7th of 2006 is the day when the blind boys of Nepal got a chance to hold cricket bat in their hands for the first time. Aculture has been developed to mark This very day as “Blind Cricket Day” every yearwith some special functions. Nepal Association of the Blind,also deserves a credit in managing the things locally during the days of itsinitiation. On 14th august 2006 a founding committee of eleven members was formed under the chairmanship of Laxman Ganywali who is worthy enough to complete the registration procedures at National Sports Council[28th , Oct, 2006] and District Administrative Office at Kathmandu[11th ,Jan, 2007] subsequently. the election held On may 12th 2007 brought a new board of 11 members in the chairmanship of Pawan Ghimire, who is now giving a successful lead to the Organization for the second time. Similarly , in order to institutionalize the blind women cricket and ensure their right to play a” Blind Women Cricket committee” is formed under the main board. This committee consists of five visually impaired women in a good lead ofMiss Pragya Regmi.

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About Blind Cricket

About Blind Cricket

All the rules and techniques of Blind Cricket are familiar to cricket lovers everywhere but there are a few changes. Read this article to understand the rules. Read More

Introduction


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

Donations

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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