Nepal beats UK by 169 runs in world’s first ever Int’l Blind Cricket T20

The opening match of world’s first ever international all-female Blind Cricket tournament, being held at Institute of Engineering Cricket Ground in Pulchowk, Lalitpur, on October 26, 2014. 

Nepal has defeated the United Kingdom by 169 runs on the first day of the World’s first ever international all-female Blind Cricket T20 tournament played at Institute of Engineering Cricket Ground at Pulchowk in Lalitpur on Sunday, October 26, 2014.

As the UK chose to field first after winning the toss, Nepal scored 248 runs with the loss of two wickets. Nema BC scored 72 runs while Om Maya Pun made 41 runs and Sarita Ghimire 30 runs. Louis and Elyse took a wicket each for the UK.

In the second batting, the UK managed to score only 79 runs with the loss of eight wickets. Louis made 17 runs and Elyse 15 runs while Leane- and Teressa made 11 runs each.

Bhagwati Amgain claimed four wickets and Bhagwati Bhattarai two wickets, while Sarita Ghimire and Ommaya Pun took a wicket each. Bhattarai was announced player of the match.

Source: Nepalnews