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Nepal continues winning the games

Posted by Prabin the सोभित on सोमवार, मार्च 30, 2009

First of all, sorry for not updating the site.

In the way of winning matches, Nepal U 17 team has won the Trophy being unbeaten in the tournament where Nepal defeated Malaysia by 10 wickets, Both openers got half centuries there.

Today, Nepal finished the series against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) where Nepal ruled on the MCC all the matches after loosing first one. In this series, Nepal played three 50 overs matches, one T20 and one 3 day match against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Nepal lost the opening one dayer by 8 runs under D/L method. But then took control on the series, winning all the matches in the all format. Nepal won 2nd 50 overs match by 103 runs after posting total of 249 runs.

And followed by T/20 which was dominated by 5 wickets after chasing 124.

In the third 50 overs match, Nepal overcame against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) by nine wickets where Dipendra Chaudhary hit a century not out.

And the last match in the format of 3 days game, defeated by an inning and 116 runs. After winning the toss, Nepal invited MCC to bat first, and collapsed for 131 runs in 65.1 overs then started their inning and at stumps Nepal was at 73 for 2 in 21 overs on first day.

In the second day, reached 377 for 5 at stumps. In those runs, Gyanendra Malla got 141 with 14 fours and 2 sixes, Shakti Gauchan scored half century(51) and Sharad Veshwkar got fluent 88 runs.

At the last day, Paras reached half century and when he got out at 57, decleared their inning at 393 for 6 wickets. Then after rattled the MCC for 146 in 65.2 overs.

After the match, Gyanendra Malla was selected for the man of the match for his century, Binod Das got the bowler of the series with 11 wickets and Dipendra Chaudhari claimed batsman of the series with 187 runs in the average of 56.3.

4 Responses to “Nepal continues winning the games”

  1. Ya, that would be great if they play regularly. dividing into two teams to play regularly would be wonderfully good for us.

    Actually, our batsmen are good enough to beat any team in associate level but we lack regular match practice and training as well. you could notice that our team’s training always starts, when a tournament comes then how can they play well?

  2. crayt21 said

    Yea that would be a good idea. They need to have continuous matches and not just ahead of a tournament.

  3. Piyush said

    This our team was not the national team either. Mahaboob missed all the matches, shakti, gyanendra did not played some matches as well.

    I think, we have to make our players plays regularly. Why donot CAN organise some matches dividing our players into Nepal Red and Blue to fight every month?

  4. crayt21 said

    Good performance by the Nepali team. However, I heard that MCC did not their best team to play against Nepal which is sad to hear. In one of the games, even the coach has to play. We need established teams to play Nepal.

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