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Do Darshan of 13-faced Belpatra: As soon as you see it, share it in writing and your wish will be fulfilledMahendranagar: Nepal’s star cricketer Dipendra
Singh Airi was in the limelight in the world cricket world on Wednesday. Dipendra became the talk of the town after scoring a nine-ball fifty in the match against Mongolia in China as part of the 19th Asian Games. His name made headlines in the international media.
He broke the record of half-centuries in 12 balls previously held by players including Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh in T-20 and scored a new half-century in nine balls. His father, Gagansinh Airi, said that he is a resident of Bhimdatta Municipality-8 Tilachaur in Kanchanpur and has been hardworking and excellent in the field of sports since his childhood. Not only Airi’s family but also the village is happy with the record made by his son on Wednesday.
Gagansingh, delighted with his son’s success, said, “Since the TV at home had run out of charge, I went to Sukasal Chauraha to recharge.”
He studied in a private school in the village up to SLC, his father Airi remembered that even then he won games and won prizes. “Among the four sons, Dipendra is the youngest”, he said, “We are very happy that the son named the country.”
At the school level, Dipendra, who was very active and hardworking in sports in the village, was admitted to Sunrise Boarding School in Mahendranagar for proficiency certificate level studies.
“He used to walk to Mahendranagar and join cricket training saying he would get healthy”, he said.