GIC Ground Inauguration Postponed

The first upcoming international cricket ground which was supposed to be inaugurated in April 2020 has been postponed to 2021 due to the impact of Covid-19. Presently, the ground is known as the Gelephu International Cricket Ground (GICG) and is located opposite to the Gelephu Higher Secondary School. The ground is facilitated with six center

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Bhutan Cricket continues partnership with UNICEF Bhutan

Bhutan Cricket has extended their partnership with UNICEF Bhutan with the focus on empowering youth through cricket. The partnership will once again provide UNICEF Bhutan platform to educate our youth through this beautiful sport.   So far, we have conducted Women’s T20, U16 Girl’s T20 and U18 Boy’s T20 competitions. More than 600 boys &

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Cricket for Good- ICC

Amid a seemingly never-ending debate about what the spirit of cricket actually means, the one thing that is undeniable is that cricket can be a force for good and a vehicle that can be used to raise awareness of issues that might otherwise garner little or no publicity. In that regard the period 2015-16 saw

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Cricket Program for Monk

Cricket Program for Monk

Little monks from Karma LeksheyLing Foundation in Paro Dzongkhag participated in the fun cricket program. With the support from Khenpo Karma Namgyal and Bhutan Karma Leksheyling, Paro Cricket Association organized a fun cricket program with the little monks yesterday.   “It was a completely different occasion for kids and they enjoyed till the end. Looking

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ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, 2022

Bhutanese Women’s National Cricket team will compete for a spot in the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup which will be held in 2022. Bhutan along with Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, China, Hong Kong, Myanmar and Nepal will fight for the two spots. As a pathway event to the tournament, the teams will play

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First International Match Win

 Bhutan Men’s team snatched their first international match win on 13th June 2004 after beating Iran by 86 runs during ACC Trophy which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2004. A blistering 48 knocked from Thinley Wangchuk Dorji and devastating bowling figure 3 for 9 in 5.1 overs from the tallest pace bowler Lobzang

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Guild Cricket Club

Guild Cricket Club from Australia was the first International Club to visit Bhutan and played one ODI with the national team. On 31 October 2004 at Changlimithang national stadium the match was played.

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Miss Anju Gurung, Left-arm medium-pacer from Sarpang Dzongkhag was ranked no.3 bowler of the tournament in 2008 ACC U19 Women's Championship which was held in Thailand.

Anju Gurung, Left-arm medium-pacer

Miss Anju Gurung, Left-arm medium-pacer from Sarpang Dzongkhag was ranked no.3 bowler of the tournament in 2008 ACC U19 Women’s Championship which was held in Thailand. It was the international debut for Miss Anju and as well as for the Bhutan women’s cricket team. She took 13 wickets in 6 matches with outstanding bowling figure

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Happy Independence Day

Bhutan Cricket family wishes all our friends from India “A Happy Independence Day”. We pray for a peaceful and prosperous India. Long Live Our Friendship India in Bhutan (Embassy of India, Thimphu) #StayHomeStaySafe #SocialDistance #WearMask #WashHand

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ASEAN WOMEN’S T20 OPEN TOURNAMENT 2018

Bhutan wins for 100% Cricket Female Participation Award

The ICC celebrates cricket’s growing global appeal Cricket’s emerging nations are today celebrated through the ICC Development Awards where the outstanding achievements accomplished by Associate Members in 2019 are recognised. The Awards celebrate six different global champions and eight regional winners showcasing the impactful stories of growing cricket across the world. The awards include recognition

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