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KATHMANDU: Nepal Police Club is fielding against Armed Police Force (APF) after winning the toss at TU Cricket Ground in Kirtipur under the Prime Minister’s Cup Twenty20 today.
Nepal Police Club and Armed Police Force (APF) are locking horns in the final of the Prime Minister’s Cup Twenty20 national cricket tournament which began at 10 am.
In the semi-final match held on Tuesday, APF defeated Tribhuvan Army Club by 47 runs to enter the final. Similarly, Nepal Police Club routed Bagmati Pradesh by 50 runs to inch closer to the title of the tournament.
The final of the Prime Minister Cup, which had started from January 10, is beginning at TU Cricket Ground, Kirtipur at 10 am.
The winner will get Rs 500,000 and the first runner-up will receive Rs 300,000 as cash prizes. Similarly, the man of the match will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs 30,000.