Mahesh Chhetri

Mahesh Chhetri

Mahesh Kumar Chhetri (born 26 January 1988 in Kathmandu) is a Nepali cricket wicket-keeper.[1] He has played in the U-15 Asia Cup 2002/3, the ACC U-17 cup 2003/4, the ACC Fast track country's tournament 2005, the ACC Under-19 Cup 2005/6, the 2006 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, the 2006 ACC Trophy, the 2007 ACC Under-19 Elite Cup, the 2007 ACC Twenty20 Cup, the 2008 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, WCL Division 5 2008, 2008 ACC Trophy Elite, 2009 ACC Twenty20 Cup, and WCL division 5 2010.[2]


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