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Nepal beat Netherlands by thrilling 1 run to register first ever ODI victory

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KATHMANDU — Nepal have created a history by registering first ever ODI win over Netherlands restricting to 215 runs against narrow 217-run-target in their second ODI match at VRA ground in Amstelveen on Friday.

Sompal Kami’s crucial 61 off 46 balls and Sandeep Lamichhane’s game-changing spell helped Nepal settle the score with Netherlands.

Opting to bat first after winning the toss, Nepal posted a competitive 217-run target as they were bundled out in 48.5 overs.

Skipper Paras Khadka and lower order batsman Sompal hit flamboyant half-centuries to post a challenging 216-run all out with seven balls to spare against the Dutch.

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Paras smashed 51 runs while Sompal scored a quick-fire 61 runs off just 46 balls with three maximum clean hits and five swashbuckling fours to register a decent total on board against the formidable opponent.

Spinner Sandeep Lamichhane gave Nepal a breakthrough after taking three wickets for Nepal while Lalit Singh Bhandari claimed two.

Likewise, Binod Bhandari took two wickets while Sompal Kami, Dipendra Singh Aairee, Basanta Regmi, Paras Khadka claimed one wicket each.

Batsman Wesley Barresi Wesley Barresi top-scored for the Dutch side, hitting 71 off 89 balls including eight boundaries before he was out for an lbw while Daniel ter Braak contributed 39 off 83 balls.

Similarly, skipper Pieter Seelaar made 21 runs off 32 balls and Ben Cooper made quick-fire 19 off 18 balls hitting four boundaries before he was caught by Rohit Kumar Paudel at slip off Binod Bhandari.

Likewise, Fred Klaassen managed 13 runs as the required runs were gradually ticked off. Shane Snater and Paul van Meekeren scored 12 runs each.

Nepal had suffered a 55-run target to Netherlands in their first match on Wednesday.

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ANFA to provide Rs 50,000 each to women football player





KATHMANDU—  All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has announced to provide Rs 50,000 each to the members of Nepali women team which was successful in clinching first runner up position at the SAF U-18 Football Championship held in Bhutan.

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A meeting of ANFA presided over by its Chairperson Karma Chhering Sherpa on Tuesday took the decision to this effect.

In the final match held on October 7, Bangladesh defeated Nepali team by 1-0 goal margin. Nepal had reached the final by outshining arch-rival India by 3-1 in penalty shootout.

The Nepali women football team is returning home today, ANFA informed.

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