Sandeep Lamichhane gets warm welcome from Michael Clarke

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Nepalese leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane, whom Michael Clarke pampers by calling him his “Little Brother”, says his travel bags are all packed up and that he cannot wait to leave Kathmandu tomorrow. He is arriving in Sydney on Monday to play alongside Mr Clarke for his beloved boyhood club Western Suburbs.
Michael Clarke was impressed by Sandeep Lamichhane when the two played cricket during Hong Kong T20 Blitz in May, then he shows personal interest in the development of the young man’s talent which he spotted. The teenage cricketer said he is not yet aware where he will be staying during his Sydney stint although he knows that Mr Clarke’s team is organising for him to stay with the Nepalese community in Sydney’s west where many Australians of Nepalese origin live.

Sandeep Lamichhane gets warm welcome from Michael Clarke

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The 16-year-old Nepali leg spinner will be training at the Michael Clarke Cricket Academy and play the 2016-17 season with Michael’s Premier Grade Cricket Club, Western Suburbs.

Earlier, Clarke had invited Lamichhane for a training with a sponsorship.

After meeting the talented teenager and sharing the dressing room with him in Hong Kong Blitz Twenty20 Tournament in May, Michael Clarke invited him to train at his academy in Australia.

Lamichhane made debut in as a member of the senior national team in April this year.

Tweets by Sandeep Lamichhane and others.

 

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