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Highest individual score in T20 Qualifiers

Current national team skipper Paras Khadka holds the record of highest individual score in an innings by Nepali cricketer in ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers. Paras, who made 68 runs against Hong Kong during the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers on March 13, 2012, is also the first half century maker for Nepal in the Qualifiers.

 

Paras Khadka bats during a training session at TU Cricket Ground

 

Hard-hitter Pradeep Airee and Paras himself are in the second position with not out 65 runs. Airee scored 65 not out against Denmark and Paras brought his runs against Bermuda in the 2012 edition.

 

Paras also holds the fourth and fifth spot in the highest individual scorer with 62 not out (versus Papua New Guinea) and 54 not out (versus Kenya). Wicket keeper batsman Subash Khakurel holds the sixth spot with 54 runs and explosive batsman Binod Bhandari is seventh with 51 runs. Both batsmen made the runs against Papua New Guinea during 2013 edition.

 

1.      Paras Khadka 68 runs ( 62 balls, 4*7)  VS Hong Kong on March 13, 2012

2.      Pradeep Airee 65* runs (43 balls, 4*7, 6*4) VS Denmark on March 14, 2012

 

3.      Paras Khadka 65* runs (48 balls, 4*8, 6*1) VS Bermuda on March 18, 2012

 

4.      Paras Khadka 62* runs (43 balls, 4*6, 6*1) VS Papua New Guinea on March 18, 2012

 

5.      Paras Khadka 54* runs (31 balls, 4*3, 6*4) vs Kenya on November 16, 2013

 

6.      Subash Khakurel 54 runs (48 balls, 4*6) vs Kenya on November 16, 2013

 

7.      Binod Bhandari 51 runs (23 balls, 4*1, 6*6) vs Papua New Guinea on November 19, 2013

 

8.      Anil Mandal 50 runs (49 balls, 4*4, 6*1) VS Afghanistan on March 16, 2012

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