3 April, Kathmandu: The University Cricket Club is organising the University T-20 Cricket Championship.

The championship will begin at the Tribhuvan University cricket ground at Kirtipur from tomorrow. Sixteen colleges within the Kathmandu Valley will be competing in the tournament.

Club president Suman Raj Karki, speaking in a press conference organized here today, said the Great Himalaya Cricket Academy will provide cost-free training and opportunity to play in various competitions to five players who make outstanding performance in the championship and to others three rising players for one year.

The winning team will take home the trophy and cash prize of Rs 100 thousand while the first runner-up team Rs 50 thousand. The championship will run until April 11. The championship will cost one million rupees, according to the organizer.

TU College will play against NEC ‘B’ College in the first match of the championship. Global College is pitted against NEC ‘A’. RSS

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