Player of Sagarmatha Cricket Club in Mebourne and former NTV2 cricket commentator of Nepal, Asim Suvedi, has now achieved Level 2 (Representative Coach) Accreditation from Cricket Australia.
The training was conducted by cricket victoria for 5 days where the training in Melbourne was attended by Australian Test Cricketer and fast bowler Peter Siddle and Sri Lankan Test Cricketer Chanaka Welegedara. Participants from Hong Kong, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and Australia received the training in Melbourne for Level 2 Representative Coach on August 2017.
The training was conducted for 5 Days by Cricket Victoria. In these 5 days of training, the sessions was attended by Former County Batsman and Victoria Women’s team batting Coach David Hemp and Australian Indoor Cricket Coach, Ross Gregory. The participants from these five countries for Representative Coach received the training which included topics like Advanced Fielding, Management of players, Field Setting, Captaincy, Game Sense, Principles of Coaching, Wicket Keeing, Leadership, Legal Requirements, Mental Skills, Biomechanics of Cricket and many more.
Talking about Asim, he used to freelance as cricket commentator for NTV2 and he also used to host many national and international cricket programs organised by Cricket Association of Nepal. He was also a part of Umpire and Players team which visited Bangladesh for a friendly cricket series with Bangladesh Umpires Association in 2011. Asim came Australia in 2014 and after moving to Australia, he has been playing in Victoria Sub-District Cricket Clubs as well as Nepalese Community Cricket Clubs in Melbourne and Sydney. Moreover, Asim has represented Victoria in Nepalese Interstate Competitions as well. Talking about his latest work, he has represented Nepal in Melbourne Renegades Champions League as a Vice-Captain.
With all these achievements, we all Nepalese in Melbourne must be proud of Asim for becoming Representative Coach of Level 2.