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Nepal in World Cricket League Championship so far

Nepal are under pressure to win all their remaining matches of the ICC World Cricket League Championship if they are to round up at the top
four finish in the tournament to qualify for the 2018 50-over World Cup Qualifiers. 

 

They are currently at the sixth spot with six matches from four rounds and play Kenya up next at the home ground on 


March 11 and 13


. Playing
eight matches so far in the tournament, Nepal had defeated Namibia in the third round and overcome the Netherlands in one of the two games in the fourth round.

But after losing twice to Scotland and Papua New Guinea and once against the Netherlands, the team needs to defy the odds and get
through to the Qualifiers. But before they set forth in the mission against Kenya, 

cricketingnepal.com

 brings you Nepal’s performance so
far in the tournament.


Nepal’s
score-card




 


1st
match – Nepal VS Scotland



Scotland –
235 for 7 in 36 overs


(Match was reduced to 36 overs per side)



Preston Mommsen               –           78 runs in 62 balls (5*4, 4*6)



Con De Lange             –           55 runs in 41 balls (4*4, 2*6)




 


Basant Regmi                         –           8-0-47-2



Paras Khadka                         –           7-0-48-2        




 


Nepal – 232
for 5 in 36 overs



Anil Mandal                           –           100 runs in 93 balls (9*4, 1*6)



Paras Khadka                         –           70 runs in 55 balls (4*4, 2*6)




 


Gavin Main                            –           7-0-39-2




 


Nepal lost the match by 3 runs      




 


2nd
match – Nepal VS Scotland



Nepal 167
all out in 49.1 overs



Sharad Vesawkar                  –           30 runs of 66 balls (2*4)



Basant Regmi                         –           19 runs of 43 balls (1*4)




 


Alasdair Evans                       –           10-0-18-3




 


Scotland –
111 for 1 runs in 13.5 overs (Target for Scotland 110 in 22 overs)



Matthew Cross                      –           31 runs in 37 balls (4*4, 2*6)




 


Som Pal Kami                        –           4-0-35-1




 


Nepal lost the match by 9 wickets with 49 balls remaining in
D/L method




 


3rd
match – Nepal VS Papua New Guinea



Nepal – 232
for 8 in 50 overs



Sharad Vesawkar                  –           78 runs in 82 balls (5*4)



Subash Khakurel                   –           63 runs in 104 balls (2*4)




 


Assad Vala                             –           7-0-32-3




 


Papua New
Guinea – 235 for 8 in 49.3 overs



Assad Vala                             –           87 runs in 107 balls (6*4)




 


Paras Khadka                         –           7-0-29-2



Mehboob Alam                     –           9-0-38-2




 


Nepal lost the match by 2 wickets with three balls remaining  




 


4th
match – Nepal VS Papua New Guinea



Nepal – 224
for 8 in 50 overs



Paras Khadka                         –           58 runs in 81 balls (5*4)



Sagar Pun                               –           47 runs in 92 balls (1*4)



Sharad Vesawkar                  –           42 runs in 45 balls (1*4)




 


Assad Vala                             –           5-0-36-3



Norman Vanua                      –           10-1-49-3




 


Papua New
Guinea – 225 for 7 in 49.4 over



Jack Vare                                –           76 runs in 90 balls (3*4)




 


Som Pal Kami                        –
          8-0-51-3



Basant Regmi                         –           10-0-38-2



Nepal lost the match by 3 wickets with 2 balls remaining



                                           



5th
match – Nepal VS Namibia



Namibia –
195 for 9 in 50 overs



Sarel Burger                           –           38 runs in 77 balls (4*4)




 


Basant Regmi                         –           10-1-40-3



Som Pal Kami                                    –           8-1-47-2




 


Nepal – 197
for 5 in 47.1 overs



Sharad Vesawkar                  –           50* runs in 99 balls (3*4)



Binod Bhandari                      –           40* runs in 49 balls (1*4, 3*6)




 


Sarel Burger                           –           9-1-22-2



Gerrie Snyman                      –           10-3-26-2




 


Nepal won the match by 5 wickets with 17 balls remaining




 



 


6th
match – Nepal VS Namibia



Namibia –
239 for 9 in 50 overs



Stephan Baard                       –           51 runs in 60 balls (8*4)



Zane Green                            –           47 runs of 87 balls (6*4)



Sandeep Lamichhane            –           9-2-39-2



Shakti Gauchan                     –           10-0-44-2



Basant Regmi                         –           9-1-45-2




 


Nepal – 240
for 7 in 49.5 overs



Paras Khadka                         –           103 runs in 94 balls (5*4, 7*6)



Sharad Vesawkar                  –           74 runs in 107 balls (5*4)




 


Sarel Burger                           –           10-0-38-3




 


Nepal won the match by 3 wickets with 1 ball remaining




 


7th
match – Nepal VS Netherlands



Nepal – 94
all out in 38.1 overs



Anil Mandal                           –           20 runs in 39 balls (1*4)




 


Michael Rippon                     –           9.1-2-21-3



Timm Van Der Gugten          –           8-1-21-3




 


Netherlands
– 96 for 3 in 16.5 overs



Wesley Barresi                       –           37 runs from 33 balls (5*4)




 


Sagar Pun                               –           1-0-3-1



Netherlands won the match by 7 wickets with 199 balls
remaining




 



 


8th
match – Nepal VS Netherlands



Nepal – 217 for 9 in 50 overs



Paras Khadka                         –           84 runs from 94 balls (7*4, 1*6)



Sagar Pun                               –           45 runs from 78 balls  (2*4)




 


Michael Rippon                     –           6-0-35-4




 


Netherlands – 198 all out in 48.3 overs



Re Van Der Merwe                –           56 runs in 61 balls (4*4, 1*6)




 


Paras Khadka                         –           6-0-19-2



Som Pal Kami                         –           6.3-0-31-2



Basant Regmi                         –           9-0-36-3


Nepal won the  match by 19 runs



 

 

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