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This cricket team got all out on 8 runs

This cricket team got all out on 8 runs

In the Asia Cup qualifier of the ICC women’s under-19 T20 World Cup Nepal women’s cricket team got bowled out on the lowest score of just 8 runs versus the women’s cricket team of United Arab Emirates.  The match took place on June 4th at UKW-YSD Cricket oval Bangi in Malaysia.

Surprisingly the top-scoring better from the Nepal team was Sneha Mahara.  She scored three runs whereas, six of the players left the ground without scoring any runs. Earlier in the day Nepal won the toss and elected to bat first unluckily they lost the first four of their wickets in the three over, that too only for two runs.

Batters Anjali Bishowkarma, Sana Praveen, Shristi Jaisi, Kritika Marasini, R Shrestha and AK Yadav but the players who fail to score any run. On the other hand Kiran Kunwari Kunwar, AP Magar and A Kadayat contributed with one run apiece. The second-highest run-scorer from the Nepalese women’s cricket team was M Rana who added two runs. What is more to surprise, the rivals won the game within just 2 overs handing over a humiliating defeat to the Nepalese cricket team.

Gaur, who is the offer spinner from the UAE women’s cricket team destroyed Nepal’s bowling lineup. She delivered 22 dot deliveries, grabbed 5 wickets, and yielded 2 runs, in four overs. Surprisingly Nepal’s inning ended in the ninth over which means they took almost 9 overs to score just 8 runs.

Nepal W vs UAE W: Nepal women’s cricket team all out on 8 runs, a record in writing

Hunting for the lowest chase, the UAE cricket team openers, Theertha Satish and Lavanya Keny remained not out and added four and three runs respectively. The scores were levelled with the end of the first over of the second inning and the target was chased down on the next ball of the next over.

It is more astonished to mention here that there were no six and four during both innings of the game. This match would probably be in the records book and portrays how women’s cricket is demolished due to the lack of equal opportunities. It is pertinent to mention here that Nepal won their last encounter versus Qatar on 3rd June, Friday, by 79 runs.

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