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Lady Dragons meet Her Excellency The Ambassador of India to Bhutan, Ruchira Kamboj

“From the 1970s India was lucky to have someone like Sunil Gavaskar who was also the opening batsman for India and with his help India won their first test series against the West Indies and thereafter India had series of other great cricketers like Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni and

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Rising Star of Bhutan Women’s Cricket

At just 14 years of age, Ngawang Choden is the youngest player in the national women’s cricket team. Ngawang is currently training in Thimphu for the upcoming T20 World Cup Qualifier tournament to be held in Malaysia later this year. The rising star of Bhutan women’s cricket Ngawang was born and lived her early years

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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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