Media Release | Bhutan Cricket Council Board

The 10th Annual General Meeting

The 10th Annual General Meeting of Bhutan Cricket was held virtually through Zoom, an online video conferencing service on July 11, 2021. Chaired by the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Damber S Gurung and 25 officials including head office staffs, coaches, district coordinators and a representative from Bhutan Olympic Committee took part in the day-long conference.

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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 Propose to refine Bajo and Lekithang ground

Officials from Bhutan Cricket met with the Principal of Punakha Central School and Bajo Higher Secondary School yesterday for a possible collaboration and understanding on future cricket development in the school and district at large. During the meeting, areas of development, school tournaments and related activities, the future of cricket, and other prevailing issues were

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Bhutan women’s cricket camp disrupted yet effective

For athletes across all sports, the paradigms of physical strength and mental fortitude of performing under various conditions are bound. But at the same time the athletes have other reasons to contend than only strong opponents and performance. Sometimes the weather becomes a major factor in the contest and there are times played in scorching

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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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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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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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Cricket for Change Initiative Award

BCCB’s general secretary, Damber Gurung, received the award at the function. BCCB’s works with the UNICEF Bhutan to spread the message about adolescence issues through cricket. “Through this platform, we want to give a lot of awareness programme to all our cricketers so that they can take cricket as a code of life which should

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Bhutan wins ICC’s Best Women’s Cricket

Bhutan wins ICC’s Best Women’s Cricket Initiative award In a quiet way, tiny Bhutan appears to be making giant strides in cricket. The Bhutan Cricket Council Board (BCCB) won the ‘Best Women’s Cricket Initiative’ award during the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) development programme annual awards 2012 held for the Asian Region.

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