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Nishadh is a policy and advocacy professional with a keen interest in sport, migration, and politics. A passionate follower of emerging cricket, and ex-Thailand player, he also served as the media manager at the recent T20 World Cup as part of a partnership between Emerging Cricket and the Cricket Association of Thailand.
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Quick chat with Nannapat Khoncharoenkai: The Thailand World Cup Diaries, Day 10, Canberra

In this segment of the tour diary, we chat to Nannapat Khoncharoenkai, Thailand’s 19-year old wicket-keeper, and No. 3 batter, on the back...

Playing New Zealand: The Thailand World Cup Diaries, Day 5 and 6, Adelaide and Perth

Wednesday’s ICC T20 World Cup warm-up match against New Zealand was the first time Thailand played a Test country from outside Asia.

Out on the turf: The Thailand World Cup Diaries, Day 4, Adelaide

We leave the Pullman Hotel at 11 AM for an International Cricket Council (ICC) ‘Cricket For Good’ Clinic. We are hosted...

Getting used to the pace of a World Cup: The Thailand World Cup Diaries, Day 3, Adelaide

We are gradually getting used to the sheer volume of obligations and commitments required of a team participating in a world cup.

Fans make the day worthwhile: The Thailand World Cup Diaries Day 2, Brisbane

Waiting for a wet outfield to dry is one of the most frustrating experiences a cricketer can have. You spend most of the day helplessly...

The Thailand World Cup Diaries: Day 1, Brisbane

We arrive at the Bupa National Cricket Centre (NCC) before 8 o'clock this morning. The NCC overlooks the picturesque Allan Border Oval, where...

Ready to take on the world: Thailand T20 World Cup preview

Mention the success of the Thailand women’s cricket team in a sports conversation and most people look at you quizzically. Even those somewhat...

Bangladesh edge Thailand in Patna T20 World Cup warm-up series

Thailand 120 for 3 (Chantam 60, Koncharoenkai 28,  Suttiruang 28*) lost to Bangladesh 124 for 8 off 20 overs (Sultana 38, Khatun 28*, Islam 21,...

The Smiling Assassins: how Thailand built a formidable women’s national cricket team, Part 2

Whereas Part 1 charted the history of the Thailand women’s long road to World Cup qualification, in this article we talk in-depth about...

Hong Kong shock Canada to keep qualifying hopes alive

Group B: Hong Kong 150/7 (Shah 59*, Barkat 27; Kumar 1/18) defeated Canada 118/9 (Cheema 20; Rana 3/25, Christie 2/23) by 32 runs.

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