Full name Raj Shrestha
Born June 12, 1988, Nepal
Current age 27 years 49 days
Major teams Nepal Under-19s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|0||Nepal U19||v W Indies U19||Kuala Lumpur||1 Mar 2008||YODI # 635|
|1*, 2/23||Nepal U19||v Namibia U19||Johor||26 Feb 2008||YODI # 626|
|19, 3/16||Nepal U19||v Zim U19||Johor||24 Feb 2008||YODI # 620|
|0, 1/32||Nepal U19||v Namibia U19||Penang||21 Feb 2008||YODI # 611|
|3/32, 0||Nepal U19||v Aust U19||Penang||19 Feb 2008||YODI # 601|
|1/45, 6||Nepal U19||v S Lanka U19||Penang||18 Feb 2008||YODI # 598|
|0/22||Nepal U19||v Zim U19||Kuala Lumpur||14 Feb 2008||Other OD|
|0, 3/7||Nepal U19||v Bermuda U19||Kuala Lumpur||12 Feb 2008||Other OD|
|16, 1/21||Nepal U19||v B'desh U19||Savar||28 Jan 2008||Other OD|
|0/29, 0||Nepal U19||v B'desh U19||Khulna||24 Jan 2008||Other OD|
Raj Shrestha is a left-arm medium-pacer who has been part of Nepal's Under-19 campaigns in the World Cups in 2004 and 2006. He was Nepal's No. 11 in their thrilling one-wicket win against New Zealand in the Plate Championship final in 2006. He will be playing his last U-19 World Cup when the tournament kicks off in Malaysia in February 2008.
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