Lalitpur in GHCA semifinals – Online Khabar

July 8, Kathmandu. Great Himalayan Cricket Academy (GHCA) has reached the semifinals of Lalitpur U-16 Nexus Cup T20 Cricket Season 5 on Wednesday.

GHCA reached the semifinals by winning Group C. There is a provision for the winning team from each group to reach the semifinals directly.

The 12 participating teams are divided into 4 groups. GHCA defeated Kathmandu Cricket Training Center (KCTC) in the first match.

At Mulpani Cricket Ground, GHCA easily defeated Angels Sports Cricket Academy by 10 wickets to become the first team to reach the semifinals. The Angels lost all their wickets in 11.1 overs for a modest total of 33 runs.

Sandesh Bhandari of Angels scored 8 runs off 9 balls. Man of the Match Simon Roy of GHCA bowled 1 maiden in 4 overs and scored only 7 runs at an average of 1.75. Ajay Yadav took 3 wickets and Rupesh Yadav took 2 wickets.

In reply, GHCA completed the target without losing a wicket in 5 overs. Ali Akbar Ansari of GHCA scored 18 off 16 balls and Lucky Kathayat scored 15 off 14 balls.

Kathmandu team of GHCA also emerged victorious in the competition organized by Nexus Cricket Academy in collaboration with Bagmati Sports Development Council. GHCA defeated Calicut District Cricket Association by 6 wickets.

Batting first, Calicut added 45 runs for the loss of all wickets in 12.3 overs. Bishwas Khatri of Kalikot scored 12 off 23 balls and Krish Bhandari scored 8 off 22 balls.

GHCA’s Parikshit Dhakal and Dipendra Bhandari took 4-4 wickets. Man of the Match Parikshit scored 5 runs at an average of 1.70 in 3 overs.

GHCA completed the target of 46 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 12.1 overs. GHCA’s Anubhav Khanal added 11 runs off 17 balls. Matric Thapa of Calicut took 2 wickets.

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