2017 Prime Minister Cup Cricket Prize, Format and details.
All the details that you need to know about 2017 Prime Minister Cup Cricket are available here. All the details about Prime Minister Cup Cricket Prize, Format and details are available in this page. National Sports Council (NSC) is doing a great job by announcing the organization of the first ever Prime Minister Cup Cricket Tournament. The cricket tournament will be held under the management of Kathmandu Cricket Training Center in the TU Cricket Ground, Kirtipur.
A seminar was organized to provide notice about the tournament. The tournament will be played in the league-cum knockout format. Total of eight teams will play against each other for the title. The five development regions along with the three departmental sides will be taking part in the tournament. The participating teams are Eastern Region, Central Region, Western Region, Mid-western Region and Far-western Region teams. The three departmental teams will be Armed Police Force, Nepal Police Club and Tribhuwan Army Club.
The eight teams will be divided into two groups and will play as round robin in the the group stages. The program will have four semifinalist and after that the tournament will be played in knockout format.
The winner of the tournament will get cash prize of Rs 2 million while the runner up will be awarded with Rs 1 million Nepalese rupees. The teams which are defeated in the semi finals will be provided 50,000 rupees each.
The each participating team will also get a sum of Rs 25,000 for winning any league match.
The man of the match will get Rs 100,000. The best batsmen and bowler of the tournament will get Rs 50,000 each. One emerging player will also be nominated and will get Rs 25,000. The man of the match prize will be Rs 5000. The good news is every team which are participating in the tournament will get Rs 50,000 as the preparation fund.
The member secretary of Nepal Sports Council said that total of 2.5 million rupees is allocated for the tournament and other funds will be managed from sponsors and partners.