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ICC WCLD II : Nepal suffer 6-wicket defeat to Oman

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KATHMANDU — Nepal suffered a six-wicket defeat to Oman in their second match in the ICC World Cricket League 2 held at Windhoek in Namibia on Friday.

Nepal was invited for batting first after losing the toss and made just 138 runs losing all the wickets in 46 overs in the match played in Windhoek. In reply, Oman reached to 139/4 in 35.1 overs.

Oman’s player Aqib Ilyas made highest 46 runs studded with five runs in 53 balls while VS Wategaonkar took 37 runs including one six in 71 balls and Jatinder Singh contributed 24 runs including three fours in 40 balls.

Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane took two wickets of Oman giving away 29 runs in 10 overs, Basant Regmi and Sompal Kami claimed one wicket each.

Earlier, Nepal failed to make a positive start to the innings as opening duo Gyanendra Malla and Dilip Nath were dismissed for 7 and 19 runs respectively.

Aarif Sheikh who came to bat at third number was sent to pavilion for just six runs where as Captain Paras Khadka contributed 17 runs facing 78 deliveries. Likewise, Rohit Kumar Paudel and unbeaten Sompal Kami contributed 14 and 17 runs respectively.

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Sarad Vesawkar top-scored with 22 runs including two fours off 39 balls in 22 overs, Dipendra Singh Airee made 20 runs including three fours off 32 balls before being bowled out by Khawar Ali while Dilip Nath contributed 19 runs with three fours off 49 balls.

Oman’s player Kaleemullah claimed highest four wickets giving away 28 runs in 10 overs, piling pressure on Nepali side.

Similarly, Bilal Khan grabbed two wickets at the cost of 13 runs in nine overs while JA Odedra, Khawar Ali and Fiaz Bhutt made 1 wicket each.

Nepal, Oman, Namibia, Canada, UAE and Kenya – are participating in the Division Two league since Thursday.

The top two teams will qualify for the ICC World Cup Qualifiers to be held in Zimbabwe from March 4 to 25.

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ICC WCL Div II: Nepal suffer 7 runs defeat

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KATHMANDU — Nepal suffered a seven runs defeat at the hands of UAE in the final of the ICC World Cricket League Division II at Windhoek, Namibia, on Thursday.

After being runner-up of the tournament, Nepal are now seeded in Group B along with the hosts Zimbabwe, Afghanistan, Scotland and Hong Kong for the ICC World Cup Qualifier tournament to be held in Zimbabwe on March.

With the conclusion of the tournament, Nepal are also promoted to ICC World Cricket League Division I.

Chasing the target of 277 runs, Nepal could muster only 270 runs with the loss of eight wickets in the allotted 50 overs.

Skipper Paras Khadka struck unbeaten 112 runs in 103 balls cracking eight sixes and three boundaries while Dipendra Singh Aire scored 35 off 66 balls including two sixes. Khadka and Aire scored 69 runs partnership for Nepal.

Similarly, Gyanendra Malla contributed 24 off 25 balls including one four while Dilip Nath made 13 off 29 balls smashing two boundaries. Sharad Veswakar was sent back to pavilion with 30 off 37 balls including three boundaries while Arif Sheikh scored seven runs off 11 balls with two fours.

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Rohit Kumar Paudel contributed 23 off 17 balls including four boundaries on the board. Karan KC, who was the hero of the match against Canada, Sompal Kami and Basanta Regmi failed to make double digit score.

Imran Haider took two Nepali scalps while Rohan Mustafa and Ahmed Raza chipped in with a wicket each.

After winning the toss, UAE elected to bat first and amassed a challenging total of 277/4 runs for Nepal to chase.

Opener Ashfaq Ahmed hit a century and his opening partner Rohan Mustafa also got a half-century as UAE piled up runs against the Nepali bowling attack.

Ahmed hit three sixes and 10 boundaries for his 123-ball 114 while Mustafa scored 51 from 74 balls as the pair added 109 runs for the first wicket. Shaiman Anwar (40) and Rameez Shahzad (41) also added late on to compile a massive total.

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Sompal Kami, Sandip Lamichhane and Basanta Regmi took a wicket each for Nepal.

Rameez Shahzad remained not out on 41 off 46 balls with one four and one six. Shiman Anwar hit brisk 40 off 24 balls with two fours and three sixes.

Sandeep Lamichanne, Basanta Regmi and Sompal Kami chipped in a wicket each.

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