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KATHMANDU: Sudurpaschim has set a 63-run garget for Lumbini in a match of the Prime Minister Cup Men’s International Cricket Tournament on Saturday.
Invited to bat first after losing the toss, Sudurpaschim notched up 62 runs losing all wickets in 27.4 overs.
Narayan Joshi made highest 17 runs, skipper Santosh Bhatta scored 11 runs while the other batsmen could not reach double-digit runs.
On the bowling side, Lumbini’s Krishna Karki took highest four wickets, Anil Kharel and Bikram Bhusal grabbed two wickets each while Sandeep Sunar and Dipendra Rawat claimed one wicket each restricting Sudurpaschim to paltry 62 runs.
Lumbini is in the third position with two points from two matches under group ‘B’.
In the first match, it had defeated Pradesh 2 by 77 runs and faced a 74-run defeat at the hands of Police Club in the second match. Sudurpaschim has lost two matches as it is without points.
Sudurpaschim had lost to Bagmati Pradesh by 180 runs in the first match and faced a nine-wicket defeat at the hands of Police Club in the second match.