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DPL 2: Kathmandu Goldens defeats Team Chauraha by 7 wickets

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DHANGADHI — Kathmandu Goldens has defeated Dhangadhi Team Chauraha by seven wickets at the Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL) cricket tournament in the opening match underway at Seti Zone Police Cricket Ground in Dhangadhi on Saturday.

Sent in to bat first after losing the toss, Dhangadhi Team Chauraha had set a 146-run target for Kathmandu Goldens. In reply, chasing the 146-run target set by Team Chauraha, Kathmandu Goldens achieved the target in 18.4 overs, losing only three wickets.

Amit Shrestha top-scored with 81 runs studded with four sixes and nine fours off 65 balls and remained not out leading the team to victory.

Similarly, Naresh Budayair made 24 runs including two sixes and one four off 18 balls while Jaykishan Anilbhai Kolsawala contributed 16 runs including one six and one four off 13 balls before being bowled out by Samsad Sheikh.

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Samsad Sheikh and Sunil Dhamala took two and one wickets each for Team Chauraha. Likewise, K Mahato and Sunny Patel, and Rashaid Khan claimed one wicket each.

Dhangadhi Team Chauraha made 145 runs losing six wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Snil Dhamala made top-scored with 68 runs including eight fours and two sixes off 57 balls, S Rana made 36 runs including five fours off 31 balls while R Rijal hit 11 rusn off eight balls and remained not out.

Total of six teams Dhangadhi Team Chauraha, Kathmandu Goldens, Biratnagar Kings, CYC Attariya, Mahendranagar United, Rupandehi Challengers are taking part in the tournament.

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National football team to return home today





KATHMANDU—The national team which entered in the second round under the Olympics Women Football Asian Qualifier in Myanmar is returning home today.

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The team will arrive in Nepal today noon, said the All Nepal Football Association.

Nepal entered the second round without suffering loss in all three matches.

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