Nepal beat East London Sharks by 134 Runs

PC: Raman Shiwakoti

Sandeep Lamichhane and Lalit Rajbanshi turned into the middle order of East London Sharks and took complete control in a mammoth 134 runs win in their 4th practice match. Together they bowled 7 overs and conceded only 27 runs picking up 5 important wickets that broke the top order of the sharks.

Karan KC chipped in with an early breakthrough like always and Dipendra Singh Airee involved himself with a run out and a caught and bowl with ball too. Sandeep lamichhane bowled a cunning spell of 3 overs 1 maiden 2 runs and 3 wickets with an exceptional economy of 0.67 runs per over.

Earlier, Nepal posted a mammoth 251 to get all important forms of thebatsmen especially in the likes of vice- captain Gyanendra Malla. His return to form after 12 innings proved handy as Nepal saw a glimpse of good old days with a daddy partnership of a successful pair of Paras and vice captain Gyanendra.

Nepal were looking in different midset after a relatively slow type of innings of Anil Kumar sah. Paras and Malla made sure that no more easy wicket would be gifted to the opposition and maintained a healthy partnership of 104 runs in near about 8 overs with dominance from both the batsmen.


Captain Paras fairy tale continues as he scored 67 off 30 balls with 7 fours and 5 sixes. Similarly, today a new batsmen of this young generation Nepali team stepped up and hit balls clinically out of the park. The future of Nepali batting, Dipendra Singh Airee smacked 67 off 26 balls with 4 fours and 6 sixes. His mouthwatering shots helped Nepal to take the score to mammoth 251.

For Sharks, most of the bowlers went ourt of the park while Arshad Haroon was the pick of the bowler with 15 runs only in his 3 overs spell. Salim Akbar had 2 scalps but not before going for 42 runs in his 2 overs.


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