July 7, Kathmandu. Nepal has set a target of 110 runs for Hong Kong in the ACC Women’s T20 Championship. Nepal, who won the toss and elected to bat, scored 109 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.
Captain Ruvina Chhetri has scored the highest 32 for Nepal. Sita Rana Magar, who came in the opening match for Nepal, was run out for 9 runs. Batter Indu Burma, who came in third, could not open an account. Wicketkeeper-batsman Kajal Shrestha, who came in fourth, was lbw out for just one run.
Opener Bindu Rawal was lbw out for 23 off 28 balls. Mamata Chaudhary, who came in sixth position, was run out for 7 runs. Seventh-ranked batsman Kavita Joshi was bowled out for 4 by Elisha Herbard.
After losing wickets continuously in the game, Nepal played a handled game only after 15 overs. Rubina Chhetri, who came in fifth, and Apsari Begum, who came in seventh, put Nepal back in the game with a 44-run partnership. Rubina remained unbeaten on 32 and Apsari Begum on 22.
Chanka Betty was the top wicket taker for Hong Kong with 2 wickets. Miriam Bibi and Elisha Herbard took equal 1-1 wickets.
Nepal, which is in Group B, has reached the semifinals with 6 points in 3 games. Nepal defeated Bhutan by 50 runs, Kuwait by 25 runs and Bahrain by 8 wickets.
Hong Kong is in second place with 4 points in 2 games. Hong Kong defeated Bhutan by 14 runs and Bahrain by 8 wickets. The result of today’s match will determine which team Nepal will face in the semifinals. If Nepal wins today’s game, it will play the runner-up of Group A and if it loses, it will play the winner of Group A. In Group A, UAE is at the top with 5 points from 3 games. Malaysia is in the second place with 4 wins in 3 games with 2 wins and 1 loss.
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