Kathmandu- Bangladesh Cricket Supporters Association (BCSA) has donated official match coin used in Nepal VS Hong Kong game in ICC T20 World Cup 2014 to the event “Bat for Nepal” being organised by Malaysian Cricket Association to raise funds for the victims of great quake that trolled Nepal on April 25, 2015.
The same coin will be used for toss in tomorrow’s match between Nepal and World XI, and later will be auctioned. The money raised from the auction goes as fund for rebuilding process.
The BCSA has handed over the coin to Abdur Razzak, national cricket player from Bangladesh who’ll represent World XI in the match against Nepal tomorrow, August 9, 2015.
Zunaid Paiker, president of BSCA told CricNepal that former Bangladesh Skipper Aminul Islam will hand over the coin on behalf of the association.
“BCSA would proudly like to participate in this humanitarian initiative by giving them the Official Coin (Toss Coin) used in Nepal VS Hong Kong game in ICC T20 World Cup 2015 Which we purchased on an auction from ICC.The tournament authority will use the coin for Toss and later Auction the coin. The raised money will be donated to the Nepalese people to assist in the rebuilding process of Nepal,” he said.
Nepal takes World XI being skippered by Sir Lankan cricket legend Sanath Jayasurya tomorrow at Kinrara Oval, Malaysia.