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Nepali Cricketer Sunam shinning in Australia


Hemanta Kafle / SYDNEY – AUSTRALIA: Nepali Cricketer Sunam Gautam has been shinning in Australia after he made his place at Futskre Edgwater Cricket Club.

Sunam, who made his entry in Nepali U-15 cricket team some eight years ago, has been forced to go to Australia for further studies following the pressure of his family. Following fear of the family that he could not find his carrier in cricket, Sunam left for Melbourne of Australia could not control his devotion towards cricket.

 He finally has been able to make his space in the State level club following his commitment towards sports. He did not get frustrated when his trainer informed that he could not allow Sunam to take part in the cricket club. He finally convinced the trainer to see his match before rejecting him to be the part of the team. Finally he has been able to make his space in the club. Sunam started shinning at the club after he made 108 runs during his first match from the club.

Another cricketer Yaswant Subedi has been encouraging him to continue his carrier in cricket. Subedi has been playing from Melbourne Porter Smooth Club. Sunam said he has been trying to play cricket from higher club in the future. Sunam also express confidence that if Nepali Cricket Team was taken to Australia for practice match before the Division Two match, they could do better.

He however expresses regret for not being able to play for his motherland. If time permits I would like to play for the National Team, he concludes.

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