Cricket Association of Nepal supports the development of coaches and coach developers at all levels of the game, to ensure they’re able to provide players with the best possible experience of playing cricket and the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding of the game to help them fulfil their potential.
After extensive research, CAN is developing a coaching pathway which is being designed for beginners through to experienced coaches. It will be supported by a comprehensive coach education and accreditation programme which will offer coaches a progression of training opportunities and resources to improve their practical skills and knowledge, increase their confidence and enhance their status as coaches.
The purpose of the Coaching Pathway is to provide the right courses and qualifications for coaches working in every unique environment in Irish cricket. Ultimately, our aim is to help players love the game of cricket and achieve their potential within the game.
The Coaching Pathway recognizes that players have different needs. For the first time, it specifically recognizes the difference between coaching children and coaching young people and adults
We offer a range of world-leading learning experiences and qualifications to suit people coaching at all levels of the game, from those volunteering at their local club to professional coaches working in an elite, international environment.
All our courses will be designed around the players you work with and their stage of development.
We will update the courses shortly.
It will show regular updates on all coach development opportunities in and around the country. As there is a high demand for qualified coaches in every level of the game from grassroots through to the elite, there is great potential of pursuing cricket coaching as a prosperous career for the enthusiasts.
You can register your interest for any Cricket Association of Nepal Coach Education course or future courses, or ask any question by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
List of Coaches in Nepal
Education + Performance = Appointment + Grading
Umpiring is always an aspiring career. If you don’t mind making tough decisions, umpiring could be one of the best professions. The growing number of tournaments is welcoming a huge potential of umpire in Nepal.
Why Umpire ?
Everyone is welcome in the umpiring team.
Do you like cricket?
Do you like being part of an inclusive and supportive team?
Do you like making a positive difference?
If your answer is yes then we need you.
Whether you’re a player, fan, student, teacher, parent or grandparent there are lots of ways to get involved and umpiring provides you with the opportunity to play a central role in the game.
Advantages of umpiring:
• Be involved, be in the middle of the action
• Play a leadership role in the game
• Be a valued member of a team
• Make new friends
• Improve your understanding of the game
• Learn and develop new skills in communication, teamwork and management
• Earn an CAN accreditation certificate
Thousands of people already umpire but cricket needs more umpires – it could be you!
The CAN is developing a programme for umpires to progress along a structured career program from local, district and regional level to national CAN involvement.
If you are interested in umpiring please feel free to contact CAN.
To Register for Umpire Course Please Register
(We can take general information including CV of applicants/registrant)
There are many opportunities to become involved in officiating at all levels of cricket umpiring in Nepal. If you are new to cricket please browse the links below;
List of Umpire in Nepal
Click here to see profiles on the Umpires
The introduction of the Umpire Ranking was aimed at allowing the best and most respected umpires to stand in the sport's biggest games; to improve the overall standard of umpiring at national and international level representing Nepal; and to establish a benchmark to which future umpires could aspire.
Cricket has become the most beloved game for the students in the present era. School cricket plays a vibrant role within the CAN’s player pathway. In many cases, a primary school “School Hunt” session or block or sessions may be the first opportunity that a young person gets to experience participating in cricket.
The aim of Cricket Association of Nepal is to support the delivering coaches to make “School Hunt” interesting, safe and fun – while also ensuring maximum participation for each young person within the session. Hopefully, this session or block of sessions will encourage young players to want to try cricket at their local Club.
Cricket Association of Nepal aspire to work with both private and public school to promote the game.
Cricket Association of Nepal is requesting Ministry of Education to include Cricket on Curriculum development – ensuring that this provides not only for cricket development but also for students’ more general physical education, fitness and health needs
National School Competitions
Each school year, CAN runs a series of National School Competitions. The aims of the competitions are simple: to get more school pupils interested in cricket, to get more school pupils participating in cricket, to provide a competitive option for schools and ultimately to find the National Champion in each competition. The following competitions run on an annual basis, as of the 2015/2016.
Women's cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in Nepal with hundreds of girls taking up junior cricket each year. In Nepal the sport is inclusive and widespread. CAN delivers development opportunities to over 20,000 girls in our introductory programme by the end of 2016. Subsequently, we are closely working with our clubs and volunteers to enable them to progress players to the hard ball game. We also aspire to start Women’s National League within 2016.
Women's cricket is a tremendous force for social transformation and its presence in the Nepal is most heartening. As promoters and developers of the game, to witness the skill and passion with which girls are playing cricket reveals to us the fundamental appeal of this great sport with great Spirit. It is being played for the pure joy it brings in terms of athleticism, team-spirit and personal expression.
The Nepal national women's cricket team is the team that represents the country of Nepal in international women's cricket. They made their international debut in the ACC Women's Tournament in Malaysia in July 2007. Nepal has been participating in various international tournaments since then. Nepal's current captain is Rubina Chettri, coach is Shyam Sun Jung Thapa and manager is Sanjaya Raj Singh.
Women's cricket is thriving and the national team (made up of top athletes from other sports) did very well to reach the final of the 2007 ACC Women's Tournament. Nepal won the 2008 ACC Under-19 Women's Championship and defended its title in 2010. Also Nepal holds the title of ACC Under-19 Women's Championship in 2012 held in Kuwait as well.
In the ACC Women Twenty20 in Malaysia in 2009, Singapore needed two runs off the last over for victory with five wickets intact. Rubina Chhetri was given the 'hopeless' over but she did a miracle by taking five wickets in five balls as the match ended in a draw as she threw a wide. Nepal won the match in bowl-out. With the rare incident, Rubina also became the first Nepalese cricketer, man or woman, to take a hat-trick.
Cricket Association of Nepal envisioned to be the leading governing body among associate nation in providing access to the sport of cricket for people with disabilities. And to deliver a culture of inclusion at all levels within our sport and ensure that people with any impairment are respected and valued for the contribution that they make to the game. All disabilities initiatives and activities take place under the auspices of the CAN, and we feature regular news items , on regular basis. Cricket Association of the Blind, Nepal has been promoting cricket on blind youth and blind children.
Shortlisted as world's top four Organizations in Beyond Sport Award 2013, Philadelphia, under sports for social inclusion category.
Nominated as world's top three Organizations in Peace and Sport Award 2013, Monaco, for the promotion of blind women cricket in Nepal.
Participated in the T20 blind cricket world cup 2012, India, becoming Nepal's first team to play in the world cup.
Successful conduction of world's ever first T20 international blind women cricket series between Nepal and U.K, here in Nepal from 26th-28th, Oct. 2014.
Winner of world's ever first international blind women cricket series against U.K, 2014.
Winner of Nepal's most prestigious national sport award 2013, under special award category.
Member of World Blind Cricket Council, June 2007.
Affiliated to cricket association of Nepal, October 2007
First national blind cricket tournament March 2007
First regional blind cricket tournament October 2007
First Nepali blind cricket tournament overseas, Pakistan, March 2008
The world’s first blind women’s cricket team and blind women cricket tournament, April 2009
Training camps across the country since inception.
Facilitation of scholarships for blind students e.g. blind woman cricketer Amar Singh received a scholarship from TV journalist
Speaking and presentation at disabled sports conferences.
Nepal also hosted first of its kind one day cricket for physically disabled people. The wheel chair cricket competition is so far only hosted in Nepal and Pakistan. Coaching cricketers with a physical disability can be a rewarding and challenging experience. It will make you challenge your thoughts on people with a disability and let you see that they can do a lot more than you may have thought. A s a result you will become a better coach and person for doing so. The cricket tournament was organised by the Nepal Spinal Cord Injury Sports Association. Nepal and Pakistan played three matches of ten overs each on 18-19 February 2015.
If you have any questions about disability cricket, want to get involved, or find opportunities for participation near you - email us at email@example.com
External Links for Disability Cricket in Nepal
Cricket Association of Blind, Nepal
Nepal Spinal Cord Injury Sports Association
National Cricket Academy (NCA)
In the last five years, craze of cricket in Nepal has been exponentially grown at every age level. CAN gear up towards enhancing the levels of excellence – in all spheres especially towards the development of infrastructure and establishment of NCA.
National Cricket Academy (NCA) is established to solve this issue of talent scarcity in Jan 2013. Through high performance coaching which covers both technical aspect as well as mental aspect, NCA will make players ready to play higher level of cricket.
Under the auspices of the Cricket Association of Nepal, Cricket Coaching under NCA is equipped with premiere facilities, which welcome gifted player from the regional, national as well as international cricket arenas. Any parents who aspire to train their kids in our NCA are much welcome. As a part of NCA program, we are much focused on finding emerging talents as a future star of Nepal from every corner of Nepal.
The new complex of National Cricket Academy contains all the modern facilities including Gym, Automatic bowling machine, Indoor facilities, practice nets and additional facilities to groom players in pleasant environment.
National Cricket Academy strives to act as a cricketing academic wing of CAN to effectively search, train and grow the young talents for the future. To have cricketers who right at the starting point of their career are aware of not just delicacy and refinement of the game but have the most modern outlook too.
National Cricket Academy is committed to make them strong, to think and act like leaders and to equip them with self-confidence in the face of adversity, on the field of play and off it.
To produce successive progressive players and excel for the current and future challenges of international cricket, National Cricket Academy will act as a state of the art training and coaching to enhance performance levels by producing well-talented cricketer’s in a grooming environment.
This will be achieved by :
Enhancing the skill set, consistency and qualities of leadership & team building.
Using cutting edge of science and technology, methods and techniques and providing all necessary facilities.
Careful planning & analysis of systems for continual improvement.
Efficient and effective utilization of resources.
To introduce a system that would raise the standard of cricket in the country.
To continuously produce well-talented and well-rounded cricketers.
To maintain and provide all the most modern and latest material and human resources at all times.
To become the leading cricket academy among the associate nation.
To produce at least one international player out of every 50 trainees.
Membership with CAN
Cricket Association of Nepal has been working in a team environment and always welcome you a new member.
We will upload membership forms along with membership criteria and services shortly.
CAN Club Mark (CCM)
If cricket is to continue growing then it is essential that we have a strong and vibrant network of Clubs.
Cricket association of Nepal is trying to introduce the accreditation program for the clubs who wish to register under CAN and its associate regional wings. We will follow the ECB Club mark methodology to operate and monitor the club accreditation program. Through CCM, we will look on to the key elements of club operations, making clubs more attractive to parents, children, local authorities and funding agencies.
It will also help clubs to develop their core cricketing activities, which is where the most tangible benefits will be seen. CCM has been designed to help all clubs fulfil their potential, irrespective of size
Those Clubs awarded CCM are deemed to be providing a safe and effective environment for their members.
The criteria for will be updated shorty after board approval.
In the meantime, please send your club information details on firstname.lastname@example.org
CAN is planning to launch Junior Cricket program as “Rhino Horn” , an introductory cricket program designed for beginners, incorporating high participation rates with skill development. Through a series of fun sessions, children participate in a variety of activities and modified games learning the fundamental skills of batting, bowling and fielding. The Kanga program is the enjoyable introduction to CAN most popular bat and ball sport.
Rhino Horn represents the first step in player, umpire and coach development pathways and leads on to the already popular Cricket. It’s success is based on involving and training teachers and parents as coaches so they have the knowledge and expertise to confidently organize and run the Rhino Horn program.
JUNIOR PROGRAM OFFERINGS
Our programs are designed to teach players the basics of cricket including batting, bowling, fielding and wicket keeping. It is our goal that through proper coaching they will become well prepared to participate in matches and progress further in the sport, as well as becoming healthier and more physically fit.
NO EQUIPMENT OR UNIFORMS TO BUY! EVERYTHING IS PROVIDED !
REGISTRATION INFO :
Register anytime using the pre-registration form or contact
Cricket Association of Nepal
Time: 9am - 11am
Contact: Mr. Uday Sahi
National Cricket Academy
Time: 9am - 11am
Contact: Mr. Binod Das