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World Cup Asia Qualifiers: Nepal secures semifinal spot beating Qatar

04 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal has secured their spot in the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup qualifier by defeating Qatar with a resounding 9-wicket victory.

In the match held in Malaysia today, Nepal defeated Qatar marking Nepal’s fourth consecutive win in the tournament, following previous triumphs over Malaysia, Bahrain, and Bhutan.

With one more game left to play in Group A, Nepal has solidified their place in the semi-finals.

Qatar, after losing the toss, was asked to bat first.

Sachi Dhadwal was the top scorer for Qatar with 21 runs off 44 balls, including 1 boundary.

Alina Khan contributed 15 runs, while Angeli Mare remained unbeaten with 14 runs, and captain Ayesha scored 10 runs.

In the pursuit of a typical target of 75 runs for victory, Nepal displayed a dominant performance, losing just one wicket in 10.3 overs.

Kajal Shrestha played a pivotal role, contributing 32 runs from 28 balls, featuring 4 fours.

Indu Burma also remained unbeaten with 20 runs off 12 balls, including 3 fours, while Sita Rana Magar contributed 17 not out off 23 balls.

Nepal’s bowlers were equally impressive, with Indu Barma taking three wickets and Puja Mahato and Kabita Joshi securing one wicket each.

Nepal’s next match in the group stage will be against UAE on Wednesday.

Publish Date : 04 September 2023 10:18 AM

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