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Most runs for Nepal in World Cricket League Championship

Nepal have  played 10 matches so far in the World Cricket League Championship, a door to World Cup 2019. Their 11th and 12th matches will be against Hong Kong (on October 13 and 15) where they must produce victory to remain in course for the top four finish to advance to 2018 World Cup Qualifiers. 
National team skipper Paras Khadka is the leading scorer for Nepal in the WCLC and he is followed by Sharad Vesawkar. 
Paras, who missed the home matches against Kenya, has made 352 runs in eight innings. He has one century (against Namibia at home) and three half centuries. Paras has so far faced 384 balls and hit 25 fours and 11 sixes. His half centuries came against Scotland, Papua New Guinea and the Netherlands. 
One of the most consistent players in this tournament, middle order batsman Sharad has 321 runs from 10 innings. Facing 513 balls in the tournament, Sharad has 21 fours and one six to his name. Sharad has scored three half centuries in this tournament so far. While two of his half centuries came against Namibia at home, the other came against Papua New Guinea.
National team vice-captain Gyanendra Malla is third in the list with 277 runs and has not missed a single game. Malla, playing 400 balls, has struck 29 fours and two sixes. He has one half century (against Kenya) in this tournament so far.
Anil Mandal is the first batsman to score century for Nepal in WCLC which he did against Scotland. He has 134 runs from six innings, while Sagar Pun has 126 runs from seven innings. Binod Bhandari has 81 runs from five innings.

Most runs for Nepal in WCLC

Paras Khadka  352 runs in 8 innings

Sharad Vesawkar 321 runs in 10 innings

Gyanendra Malla 277 runs in 10 innings

Anil Mandal 134 runs in 6 innings

Sagar Pun 126 runs in 7 innings

Binod Bhandari 82 runs in 5 innings

Dipendra Singh Airee 81 runs in 2 innings

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