Panchakanya Tez vs Colors X-Factors: Panchakanya Tez post 155 runs target (Live)

    Post Report, Sep 26 2016
    Panchakanya Tez has compiled a competitive 154 runs against Colors X-Factors in the Wai Wai Everest Premier League at TU cricket ground on Monday.
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    MBBS fees proposed to start at Rs3.4m

    • Taskforce sets Rs4.6 million as the maximum fee
    Post Report, Sep 26 2016

    A panel formed to revise the medical education fees has recommended Rs3.4 million to Rs4.6 million for the MBBS course based on the seats approved for a college by the Nepal Medical Council.

    The government had formed the taskforce led by former member of the National Planning Commission Shiva Kumar Rai to review the charges.

    The panel submitted its report to Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Saturday.

    In its report, the panel has set Rs3.4 million as the fee to be charged per student by a college that can enrol 150 students. For colleges with 135 seats, the proposed fee for the five-and-a-half-year course is Rs3.58 million.

    A college that has facilities for 150 students but is able to enrol only 100 students due to government policy can charge as much as Rs4.6 million from each student. Rai said that the Prime Minister’s Office would make the details public soon. The Cabinet has to endorse the fees.

    As a majority of private medical colleges have more than 100 MBBS seats allocated by the Nepal Medical Council, they tend to accrue profits by charging hefty fees from students. Generally, medical colleges have been found to be charging Rs4-5 million from MBBS students.

    Committee members seeking anonymity said the colleges can charge international students 50 percent extra.

    According to the Health Profession Education Bill, which has been tabled in Parliament, colleges with domestic investment can enrol foreign students in one third of the seats while those established with foreign investment can have foreign students in half of the total seats.

    Amid criticisms of the hefty fees charged by private medical schools, the government four years ago tried to intervene, to no avail. Another committee had set the fees at Rs2.8million for the MBBS programme and Rs1.7 million for a dental course. But no suggestions were implemented.

    Another experts’ committee led by Kedar Bhakta Mathema, former vice-chancellor of the Tribhuvan University, in its Health Profession Education Policy, proposed Rs3.5 million as the MBBS fee and Rs 2.2 million for the BDS course, payable in two installments.

    The Mathema committee’s recommendations were also not implemented as the colleges rejected the fees decided without consulting with them.

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    Ilakas to be basis for local body formation

    • Major parties agree to use 927 areas as reference
    TIKA R PRADHAN, Sep 26 2016

    Three major parties—Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Centre)—on Sunday agreed in principle to finalise the number of local bodies on the basis of the existing Ilakas (areas).

    Currently there are 927 areas across the country. Each Ilaka has four to five Village Development Committees. In an earlier meeting, NC leaders had suggested that the areas under the existing District Development Committees could be considered as local units. But UML leaders had first dismissed the proposal as a “regressive” move.

    The Local Level Restructuring Commission (LLRC) is working on the local bodies after announcing to form 565 of them across the country. However, there had been a disagreement among the parties on the number. The LLRC claims that increasing the number of local bodies will not be feasible.

    With the agreement, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal said the government would expedite works to amend the existing terms of reference of the LLRC. At the meeting held in Baluwatar, NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba supported the PM’s proposal to decide the number of local bodies on the basis of the Ilakas. UML leaders also accepted the idea subsequently. The parties had been making efforts to settle for a number between

    565 and 1,000.

    After UML leaders finally accepted the proposal, the three-party agreement was possible. Leaders of the main opposition party had discussed the plan earlier in Baluwatar separately. The UML had maintained that it had no objections if the ruling NC backed the PM’s proposal. UML Vice-chairman Bamdev Gautam told the leaders that his party would side with the two major parties even as it preferred the number proposed by the LLRC. “Senior UML leaders Jhala Nath Khanal and Madhav Nepal also agreed to the proposal,” said NC leader Purna Bahadur Khadka.

    PM’s chief political adviser Chakrapani Khanal said the government would direct the LLRC to finalise the number and demarcation of the local bodies as agreed.

    Lawmakers against boundary revision

    KATHMANDU: As the government prepares to address the concerns of the Madhesi parties over the federal boundaries by registering a constitution amendment proposal, some influential leaders of the ruling parties have stood against revising the demarcation.

    Several lawmakers speaking in Parliament on Sunday said they were against realignment of the districts currently in Province 5 in particular. The opposition comes at a time when the government is preparing to table amendments for state re-delineation by merging the Hill districts with other provinces. To ensure a Tharu cluster, plans are afoot to have a province in western plains consisting only of the Tarai districts.

    Top Bahadur Rayamajhi, deputy Parliamentary Party leader of the ruling CPN (Maoist Centre), said he was strongly against any changes in the provinces’ area. He warned that there would be protests in response to any changes.

    “There is no need for changes,” he said. Province 5 has 11 districts including Hill districts and half of Nawalparasi. In order to address the demands of the agitating Madhesi and Janajati forces, the government is preparing to take the six Hill districts and merge them with Province 4 and Province 6. Rayamajhi’s constituency in Arghakhanchi would be out of Province 5 to be merged with Province 4 if the proposal materialises.

    Baijanath Chaudhary of the main opposition CPN-UML also warned of stern protests if any changes were made to the boundaries. Claiming that there is a perfect balance of the Tarai and the Hills in the present arrangement, he said it was unjustifiable to change it.

    The UML has been questioning the motive of another amendment to the constitution adopted last year. “Taking Hill districts out is unacceptable. This is time to work on constitution implementation, not constitution amendment,” said Chaudhary.

    The Madhesi parties have been demanding only two provinces in the plains and are against having Hill districts in them. (PR)

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    EPL: Gurkhas hammer Legends

    Post Report, Kathmandu, Sep 26 2016
    Pradip Airee of Kantipur Gurkhas celebrates after completing his half century against Sagarmatha Legends during their Everest Premier League match in Kathmandu on Sunday. Post Photo: Nimesh Jang Rai
    Openers Pradeep Airee and Subash Khakurel wreaked havoc as Kantipur Gurkhas crushed Sagarmatha Legends by seven wickets to go at the top of the Wai Wai Everest Premier League (EPL) table on Sunday.

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    PM asks secretaries for action plan to implement new announcements

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    Kantipur Gurkhas won their second match of the Everest Premier League T20 cricket competition defeating Sagarmatha Legends by seven wickets.

    Gurkhas completed the 125 runs target with 30 balls to spare.

    Pradeep Airee scored 55 runs and also shared an 81-run opening partnership with Subash Khakurel (55).

    Mehboob Alam top-scored with 23 for the Legends. Gurkhas spinner Basanta Regmi claimed three wickets from his four overs.

    Gurkhas had shared points in their first match against Vishal Warrious after rain washed out the match at TU cricket ground.


    Kantipur Gurkhas Vs Sagarmatha Legends

    [LIVE COMMENTARY]

    Kantipur Gurkhas wons by 7 wickets with 30 balls remaining

    End of over 15 (9 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 125/3 (RR: 8.33)

    A Sah 14 (9b 1x4 1x6)

    AK Gupta 11 (6b 1x4 1x6)

    Bikram Sob 3-0-15-0

    RK Vishwakarma 4-0-30-3

    14.6

    Bikram Sob to Sah, 1 leg by

    14.5

    Bikram Sob to Sah, FOUR

    14.4

    Bikram Sob to Gupta, 1 run

    14.3

    Bikram Sob to Gupta, no run

    14.3

    Bikram Sob to Gupta, 1 wide

    14.2

    Bikram Sob to Gupta, no run

    14.1

    Bikram Sob to Sah, 1 run

    14.1

    Bikram Sob to Sah, 1 wide

    End of over 14 (10 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 116/3 (9 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 8.28, RRR: 1.50)

    AK Gupta 10 (3b 1x4 1x6)

    A Sah 9 (6b 0x4 1x6)

    RK Vishwakarma 4-0-30-3

    RK Shrivastavav 3-0-24-0

    13.6

    Vishwakarma to Gupta, SIX

    13.5

    Vishwakarma to Gupta, no run

    13.4

    Vishwakarma to Gupta, FOUR

    13.3

    Vishwakarma to Thapa, OUT

    AM Thapa c Bhandari b Vishwakarma 4 (9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 44.44

    13.2

    Vishwakarma to Thapa, no run

    13.1

    Vishwakarma to Thapa, no run

    End of over 13 (9 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 106/2 (19 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 8.15, RRR: 2.71)

    A Sah 9 (6b 0x4 1x6)

    AM Thapa 4 (6b 0x4 0x6)

    RK Shrivastavav 3-0-24-0

    RK Vishwakarma 3-0-20-2

    12.6

    Shrivastavav to Sah, SIX

    12.5

    Shrivastavav to Thapa, 1 run

    12.4

    Shrivastavav to Thapa, no run

    12.3

    Shrivastavav to Thapa, no run

    12.2

    Shrivastavav to Sah, 1 run

    12.1

    Shrivastavav to Thapa, 1 run

    End of over 12 (4 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 97/2 (28 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 8.08, RRR: 3.50)

    A Sah 2 (4b 0x4 0x6)

    AM Thapa 2 (2b 0x4 0x6)

    RK Vishwakarma 3-0-20-2

    RK Shrivastavav 2-0-15-0

    11.6

    Vishwakarma to Sah, no run

    11.5

    Vishwakarma to Thapa, 1 run

    11.4

    Vishwakarma to Sah, 1 run

    11.3

    Vishwakarma to Thapa, 1 run

    11.2

    Vishwakarma to Sah, 1 run

    11.1

    Vishwakarma to Airee, OUT

    PS Airee c Bhandari b Vishwakarma 55 (39b 7x4 2x6) SR: 141.02

    End of over 11 (11 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 93/1 (32 runs required from 54 balls, RR: 8.45, RRR: 3.55)

    A Sah 0 (1b 0x4 0x6)

    PS Airee 55 (38b 7x4 2x6)

    RK Shrivastavav 2-0-15-0

    RK Vishwakarma 2-0-16-1

    10.6

    Shrivastavav to Sah, no run

    10.5

    Shrivastavav to Airee, 3 runs

    10.4

    Shrivastavav to Airee, no run

    10.3

    Shrivastavav to Airee, no run

    10.2

    Shrivastavav to Airee, FOUR

    10.1

    Shrivastavav to Airee, FOUR

    End of over 10 (5 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 82/1 (43 runs required from 60 balls, RR: 8.20, RRR: 4.30)

    PS Airee 44 (33b 5x4 2x6)

    A Sah 0 (0b 0x4 0x6)

    RK Vishwakarma 2-0-16-1

    RK Shrivastavav 1-0-4-0

    9.6

    Vishwakarma to Airee, 1 run

    9.5

    Vishwakarma to Airee, no run

    9.4

    Vishwakarma to Airee, no run

    9.3

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, OUT

    SP Khakurel c Dhamala b Vishwakarma 35 (28b 6x4 0x6) SR: 125.00

    9.2

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, no run

    9.1

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, FOUR

    End of over 9 (4 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 77/0 (48 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 8.55, RRR: 4.36)

    SP Khakurel 31 (25b 5x4 0x6)

    PS Airee 43 (30b 5x4 2x6)

    RK Shrivastavav 1-0-4-0

    L Adhikari 2-0-25-0

    8.6

    Shrivastavav to Khakurel, 1 run

    8.5

    Shrivastavav to Khakurel, no run

    8.4

    Shrivastavav to Airee, 1 run

    8.3

    Shrivastavav to Khakurel, 1 run

    8.2

    Shrivastavav to Airee, 1 run

    8.1

    Shrivastavav to Airee, no run

    End of over 8 (14 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 73/0 (52 runs required from 12 overs, RR: 9.12, RRR: 4.33)

    PS Airee 41 (27b 5x4 2x6)

    SP Khakurel 29 (22b 5x4 0x6)

    L Adhikari 2-0-25-0

    RK Vishwakarma 1-0-11-0

    7.6

    Adhikari to Airee, 1 run

    7.5

    Adhikari to Airee, SIX

    7.4

    Adhikari to Airee, FOUR

    7.3

    Adhikari to Khakurel, 1 run

    7.2

    Adhikari to Airee, 1 run

    7.1

    Adhikari to Khakurel, 1 run

    End of over 7 (12 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 59/0 (66 runs required from 13 overs, RR: 8.42, RRR: 5.07)

    PS Airee 29 (23b 4x4 1x6)

    SP Khakurel 27 (20b 5x4 0x6)

    RK Vishwakarma 1-0-11-0

    L Adhikari 1-0-11-0

    6.6

    Vishwakarma to Airee, SIX

    6.5

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, 1 bye

    6.4

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, no run

    6.3

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, FOUR

    6.2

    Vishwakarma to Khakurel, no run

    6.1

    Vishwakarma to Airee, 1 run

    End of over 6 (11 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 47/0 (78 runs required from 14 overs, RR: 7.83, RRR: 5.57)

    SP Khakurel 23 (16b 4x4 0x6)

    PS Airee 22 (21b 4x4 0x6)

    L Adhikari 1-0-11-0

    M Alam 1-0-9-0

    5.6

    Adhikari to Khakurel, FOUR

    5.5

    Adhikari to Airee, 1 run

    5.4

    Adhikari to Khakurel, 1 run

    5.3

    Adhikari to Airee, 1 run

    5.2

    Adhikari to Airee, FOUR

    5.1

    Adhikari to Airee, no run

    End of over 5 (9 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 36/0 (89 runs required from 15 overs, RR: 7.20, RRR: 5.93)

    PS Airee 16 (17b 3x4 0x6)

    SP Khakurel 18 (14b 3x4 0x6)

    M Alam 1-0-9-0

    C Sawad 2-0-20-0

    4.6

    Alam to Airee, 1 run

    4.5

    Alam to Airee, FOUR

    4.4

    Alam to Airee, FOUR

    4.3

    Alam to Airee, no run

    4.2

    Alam to Airee, no run

    4.1

    Alam to Airee, no run

    End of over 4 (11 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 27/0 (98 runs required from 16 overs, RR: 6.75, RRR: 6.12)

    PS Airee 7 (11b 1x4 0x6)

    SP Khakurel 18 (14b 3x4 0x6)

    C Sawad 2-0-20-0

    Bikram Sob 2-0-7-0

    3.6

    Sawad to Airee, 1 run

    3.5

    Sawad to Airee, no run

    3.4

    Sawad to Airee, no run

    3.3

    Sawad to Airee, no run

    3.2

    Sawad to Khakurel, 1 run

    3.1

    Sawad to Khakurel, FOUR

    3.1

    Sawad to Khakurel, (no ball) FOUR

    End of over 3 (2 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 16/0 (109 runs required from 17 overs, RR: 5.33, RRR: 6.41)

    PS Airee 6 (7b 1x4 0x6)

    SP Khakurel 9 (11b 1x4 0x6)

    Bikram Sob 2-0-7-0

    C Sawad 1-0-9-0

    2.6

    Bikram Sob to Airee, no run

    2.5

    Bikram Sob to Airee, no run

    2.5

    Bikram Sob to Airee, 1 wide

    2.4

    Bikram Sob to Airee, no run

    2.3

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, 1 run

    2.2

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, no run

    2.1

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, no run

    End of over 2 (9 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 14/0 (111 runs required from 18 overs, RR: 7.00, RRR: 6.16)

    PS Airee 6 (4b 1x4 0x6)

    SP Khakurel 8 (8b 1x4 0x6)

    C Sawad 1-0-9-0

    Bikram Sob 1-0-5-0

    1.6

    Sawad to Airee, FOUR

    1.5

    Sawad to Khakurel, 1 run

    1.4

    Sawad to Khakurel, no run

    1.3

    Sawad to Khakurel, FOUR

    1.2

    Sawad to Khakurel, no run

    1.1

    Sawad to Khakurel, no run

    End of over 1 (5 runs) Kantipur Gurkhas 5/0 (120 runs required from 19 overs, RR: 5.00, RRR: 6.31)

    PS Airee 2 (3b 0x4 0x6)

    SP Khakurel 3 (3b 0x4 0x6)

    Bikram Sob 1-0-5-0

    0.6

    Bikram Sob to Airee, no run

    0.5

    Bikram Sob to Airee, 2 runs

    0.4

    Bikram Sob to Airee, no run

    0.3

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, 1 run

    0.2

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, no run

    0.1

    Bikram Sob to Khakurel, 2 runs

    End of over 20 (9 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 124/9

    L Adhikari 1 (2b 0x4 0x6)

    C Sawad 7 (5b 0x4 1x6)

    A Bohara 4-0-31-1

    B Regmi 4-0-13-3

    19.6

    Bohara to Adhikari, 1 run

    19.5

    Bohara to Adhikari, no run

    19.4

    Bohara to Alam, OUT

    M Alam b Bohara 23 (19b 2x4 1x6) SR: 121.05

    19.3

    Bohara to Alam, SIX

    19.2

    Bohara to Sawad, 1 run

    19.1

    Bohara to Alam, 1 run

    End of over 19 (7 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 115/8

    C Sawad 6 (4b 0x4 1x6)

    M Alam 16 (16b 2x4 0x6)

    B Regmi 4-0-13-3

    A Bohara 3-0-22-0

    18.6

    Regmi to Sawad, no run

    18.5

    Regmi to Sawad, no run

    18.4

    Regmi to Sawad, SIX

    18.3

    Regmi to Sawad, no run

    18.2

    Regmi to Bikram Sob, OUT

    Bikram Sob b Regmi 14 (10b 1x4 0x6) SR: 140.00

    18.1

    Regmi to Alam, 1 run

    End of over 18 (11 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 108/7

    Bikram Sob 14 (9b 1x4 0x6)

    M Alam 15 (15b 2x4 0x6)

    A Bohara 3-0-22-0

    LS Bhandari 4-0-29-2

    17.6

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, FOUR

    17.5

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, 2 runs

    17.4

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, 2 runs

    17.4

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, 1 wide

    17.3

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, no run

    17.2

    Bohara to Alam, 1 run

    17.1

    Bohara to Bikram Sob, 1 run

    End of over 17 (10 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 97/7

    M Alam 14 (14b 2x4 0x6)

    Bikram Sob 5 (4b 0x4 0x6)

    LS Bhandari 4-0-29-2

    B Regmi 3-0-6-2

    16.6

    Bhandari to Alam, FOUR

    16.5

    Bhandari to Bikram Sob, 1 run

    16.4

    Bhandari to Bikram Sob, no run

    16.4

    Bhandari to Bikram Sob, 1 wide

    16.3

    Bhandari to Bikram Sob, 2 runs

    16.2

    Bhandari to Bikram Sob, 2 runs

    16.1

    Bhandari to Shrivastavav, OUT

    RK Shrivastavav b Bhandari 1 (5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 20.00

    End of over 16 (2 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 87/6

    RK Shrivastavav 1 (4b 0x4 0x6)

    M Alam 10 (13b 1x4 0x6)

    B Regmi 3-0-6-2

    S Bhatta 4-0-23-2

    15.6

    Regmi to Shrivastavav, 1 run

    15.5

    Regmi to Shrivastavav, no run

    15.4

    Regmi to Shrivastavav, no run

    15.3

    Regmi to Shrivastavav, no run

    15.2

    Regmi to Alam, 1 run

    15.1

    Regmi to Alam, no run

    End of over 15 (2 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 85/6

    M Alam 9 (11b 1x4 0x6)

    S Bhatta 4-0-23-2

    B Regmi 2-0-4-2

    14.6

    Bhatta to Vishwakarma, OUT

    RK Vishwakarma b Bhatta 2 (5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00

    14.5

    Bhatta to Alam, 1 run

    14.4

    Bhatta to Alam, no run

    14.3

    Bhatta to Alam, no run

    14.2

    Bhatta to Alam, no run

    14.1

    Bhatta to Vishwakarma, 1 run

    End of over 14 (2 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 83/5

    RK Vishwakarma 1 (3b 0x4 0x6)

    M Alam 8 (7b 1x4 0x6)

    B Regmi 2-0-4-2

    S Bhatta 3-0-21-1

    13.6

    Regmi to Vishwakarma, 1 run

    13.5

    Regmi to Vishwakarma, no run

    13.4

    Regmi to Vishwakarma, no run

    13.3

    Regmi to Bhandari, OUT

    B Bhandari st †Khakurel b Regmi 11 (14b 0x4 1x6) SR: 78.57

    13.2

    Regmi to Bhandari, no run

    13.1

    Regmi to Alam, 1 run

    End of over 13 (3 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 81/4

    B Bhandari 11 (12b 0x4 1x6)

    M Alam 7 (6b 1x4 0x6)

    S Bhatta 3-0-21-1

    LN Rajbanshi 4-0-23-1

    12.6

    Bhatta to Bhandari, no run

    12.5

    Bhatta to Alam, 1 run

    12.4

    Bhatta to Bhandari, 1 run

    12.3

    Bhatta to Bhandari, no run

    12.2

    Bhatta to Alam, 1 run

    12.1

    Bhatta to Alam, no run

    End of over 12 (6 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 78/4

    B Bhandari 10 (9b 0x4 1x6)

    M Alam 5 (3b 1x4 0x6)

    LN Rajbanshi 4-0-23-1

    S Bhatta 2-0-18-1

    11.6

    Rajbanshi to Bhandari, no run

    11.5

    Rajbanshi to Alam, 1 run

    11.4

    Rajbanshi to Alam, FOUR

    11.3

    Rajbanshi to Alam, no run

    11.2

    Rajbanshi to Bhandari, 1 run

    11.1

    Rajbanshi to Bhandari, no run

    End of over 11 (10 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 72/4

    B Bhandari 9 (6b 0x4 1x6)

    S Bhatta 2-0-18-1

    LN Rajbanshi 3-0-17-1

    10.6

    Bhatta to Nath, OUT

    D Nath lbw b Bhatta 12 (15b 1x4 0x6) SR: 80.00

    10.5

    Bhatta to Bhandari, 1 run

    10.4

    Bhatta to Bhandari, no run

    10.3

    Bhatta to Bhandari, no run

    10.2

    Bhatta to Bhandari, SIX

    10.2

    Bhatta to Nath, (no ball) 1 run

    10.1

    Bhatta to Bhandari, 1 run

    End of over 10 (5 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 62/3

    B Bhandari 1 (1b 0x4 0x6)

    D Nath 11 (13b 1x4 0x6)

    LN Rajbanshi 3-0-17-1

    S Bhatta 1-0-8-0

    9.6

    Rajbanshi to Bhandari, 1 run

    9.5

    Rajbanshi to Nath, 1 run

    9.4

    Rajbanshi to Nath, no run

    9.3

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, OUT

    S Dhamala c Gupta b Rajbanshi 21 (34b 1x4 1x6) SR: 61.76

    9.2

    Rajbanshi to Nath, 1 run

    9.1

    Rajbanshi to Nath, 2 runs

    End of over 9 (9 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 57/2

    S Dhamala 21 (33b 1x4 1x6)

    D Nath 7 (9b 1x4 0x6)

    S Bhatta 1-0-8-0

    LN Rajbanshi 2-0-12-0

    8.6

    Bhatta to Dhamala, no run

    8.5

    Bhatta to Nath, 1 leg bye

    8.4

    Bhatta to Nath, no run

    8.3

    Bhatta to Nath, FOUR

    8.2

    Bhatta to Nath, no run

    8.2

    Bhatta to Nath, 3 wides

    8.1

    Bhatta to Dhamala, 1 run

    End of over 8 (4 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 48/2

    D Nath 3 (5b 0x4 0x6)

    S Dhamala 20 (31b 1x4 1x6)

    LN Rajbanshi 2-0-12-0

    B Regmi 1-0-2-1

    7.6

    Rajbanshi to Nath, no run

    7.5

    Rajbanshi to Nath, no run

    7.4

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, 1 run

    7.3

    Rajbanshi to Nath, 1 run

    7.2

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, 1 run

    7.1

    Rajbanshi to Nath, 1 run

    End of over 7 (2 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 44/2

    S Dhamala 18 (29b 1x4 1x6)

    D Nath 1 (1b 0x4 0x6)

    B Regmi 1-0-2-1

    LN Rajbanshi 1-0-8-0

    6.6

    Regmi to Dhamala, no run

    6.6

    Regmi to Dhamala, 1 wide

    6.5

    Regmi to Dhamala, no run

    6.4

    Regmi to Dhamala, no run

    6.3

    Regmi to Nath, 1 run

    6.2

    Regmi to Mandal, OUT

    AK Mandal b Regmi 1 (5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 20.00

    6.1

    Regmi to Mandal, no run

    End of over 6 (8 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 42/1

    S Dhamala 18 (26b 1x4 1x6)

    AK Mandal 1 (3b 0x4 0x6)

    LN Rajbanshi 1-0-8-0

    LS Bhandari 3-0-19-1

    5.6

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, no run

    5.6

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, 5 wides

    5.6

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, 1 wide

    5.5

    Rajbanshi to Mandal, 1 run

    5.4

    Rajbanshi to Mandal, no run

    5.3

    Rajbanshi to Mandal, no run

    5.2

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, 1 run

    5.1

    Rajbanshi to Dhamala, no run

    End of over 5 (7 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 34/1

    S Dhamala 17 (23b 1x4 1x6)

    AK Mandal 0 (0b 0x4 0x6)

    LS Bhandari 3-0-19-1

    A Bohara 2-0-11-0

    4.6

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 run

    4.5

    Bhandari to Dhamala, SIX

    4.4

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    4.3

    Bhandari to Sunar, OUT

    S Sunar c Rajbanshi b Bhandari 7 (7b 0x4 1x6) SR: 100.00

    4.2

    Bhandari to Sunar, no run

    4.1

    Bhandari to Sunar, no run

    End of over 4 (2 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 27/0

    S Dhamala 10 (20b 1x4 0x6)

    S Sunar 7 (4b 0x4 1x6)

    A Bohara 2-0-11-0

    LS Bhandari 2-0-12-0

    3.6

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    3.5

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    3.4

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    3.3

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    3.2

    Bohara to Sunar, 1 run

    3.1

    Bohara to Dhamala, 1 run

    End of over 3 (6 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 25/0

    S Dhamala 9 (15b 1x4 0x6)

    S Sunar 6 (3b 0x4 1x6)

    LS Bhandari 2-0-12-0

    A Bohara 1-0-9-0

    2.6

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 run

    2.6

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    2.6

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    2.6

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    2.5

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    2.4

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    2.3

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    2.3

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    2.2

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    2.1

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    2.1

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    End of over 2 (9 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 19/0

    S Sunar 6 (3b 0x4 1x6)

    S Dhamala 8 (9b 1x4 0x6)

    A Bohara 1-0-9-0

    LS Bhandari 1-0-6-0

    1.6

    Bohara to Sunar, SIX

    1.5

    Bohara to Dhamala, 1 run

    1.4

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    1.3

    Bohara to Dhamala, 2 runs

    1.2

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    1.1

    Bohara to Dhamala, no run

    End of over 1 (10 runs) Sagarmatha Legends 10/0

    S Sunar 0 (2b 0x4 0x6)

    S Dhamala 5 (4b 1x4 0x6)

    LS Bhandari 1-0-6-0

    0.6

    Bhandari to Sunar, 4 leg byes

    0.5

    Bhandari to Sunar, no run

    0.4

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 run

    0.3

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    0.2

    Bhandari to Dhamala, no run

    0.2

    Bhandari to Dhamala, 1 wide

    0.1

    Bhandari to Dhamala, FOUR

     

    Kantipur Gurkhas has won the toss and elected to field .  

     

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