Arjun Kumal was not even born when Paras Khadka made his senior team debut in 2004 ACC Trophy. While Paras has played 2 matches in PM Cup for Bagmati Province and would leave soon for T10 league as a mentor, Arjun would look to thrive as a batsman for Gandaki Province. In his last 3 matches, he has made 117 runs at the impressive average of 39.
His performance at last 3 matches:
46 vs Karnali
35 vs Province No.1
35 vs Army
As an opener, he has face 228 balls in the tournament so far which is really impressive given his age. Arjun has the resilience to bat in tough conditions with real patience. Some of his shots are an absolute treat to watch as a cricket fan. The quality of shots he plays makes every fan assured that the future of Nepal cricket is in safe hands.
Arjun Kumal Developments:
Arjun Kumal had been the member of U-16 Nepali Team who played ACC U16 tournament in Thailand. He was the youngest member of the squad at that time. Born in New Delhi, India, his family is originally from Gulmi. He said he has been playing cricket from 7 years old ever since he got into cricket academy in Delhi. He is expected to play a vital role in Gandaki Province campaign in this Prime ministers Cup.
Gandaki Province has won 1 and lost 2 of their 3 games. They will play against Armed Police Force in their next game.
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See Arjun Kumal’s batting against Army: