Rohit Kumar Poudel is a Young talented Nepalese Cricketer who plays from the Nepal Cricket team.
He was in the team Nepal when his country played 1st Odi Against Netherland. Rohit Kumar Poudel is Right-handed batsmen and Right-arm medium bowling for Nepal cricket team.
He was Born on 2 September 2002 AD.
He is One of the favourites Allrounder of Nepal. His current age is 17 years.
Height of Rohit Kumar Poudel:
His height is nearly 5 ft 2 inches tall. His weight is around 42 kg.
He made his First debut For Nepal in the 2018 ICC World Cricket League Division Two Tournament on 8 February 2018.
In January 2019, Rohit Kumar Poudel became the Youngest cricket player to hit a Half-century for Nepal Cricket Team. At the age of just 16 and 146 days, he played a good Half-century Inning which made him Record Holder. He breaks the record of Sachin Tendulkar, which made at the age of 29 years old. He made a Record in a match Against Host UAE. Nepal batted first and gave a target of 242/9. UAE got all out in 97 runs in 19.3 over and won a match by 145 runs.
In July 2018, he got a chance to play International Cricket for Team Nepal. This match was his Debut match Against Netherland this was a historical match for team Nepal after gaining ODI status for the first time. He was the Fourth Youngest player to make an ODI debut. He made his T20 debut for team Nepal on 29 July 2018 Against Marylebone Cricket Club in Tri-nation series.
Rohit Kumar Poudel was named in Nepal Squad to play Asia Cup Qualifier Tournament in August 2018. Also, he played ACC U-19 Asia Cup in 2018. He was a leading Run Scorer in ACC U-19 Asia Cup by making 161 Runs in 3 matches. In January 2019, he played T20 matches Against UAE Team. In April 2019 he was in the Nepal Squad for 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Asia Qualification Tournament. He Became a Captain for the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. In Opening Match of the Tournament, he scored 95 runs from 105 balls Against Singapore.
In Regional Final of 2018-19 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier Tournament, he was placed for Team Nepal Squad. And in November 2019, he attended the 2019 ACC Emerging Team Asia Cup held in Bangladesh.
He played a Men Cricket Tournament at SAG November 2019. In this Tournament Team Nepal became Third to get a Bronze Medal after beating Team Maldives.
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