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Nepal ends UAE’s winning streak with an easy win

Nary Thapa picked up 4 wickets with joint bowling efforts by SR Magar (2/7), Kunwar (2/7) and Khadka (2/6) to restrict UAE to the score of 41 runs. Chamani Seneviratna was the lone batter in double-digit scores. Nepal comfortably chased down the total while Esha Oza picked 2 wickets in one over.

Brief Score: UAE 41/10 (Chamani Seneviratna 13, Nary Thapa 4/6) lost to Nepal 45/3 (RC Belbashi 18, Esha Oza 2/15) by 7 wickets

 

Thailand elevate themselves to the top of the charts

Naruemol Chaiwai’s 57 and Chantam’s 30 helped Thailand post 105 for 3. Hong Kong was knocked out at mere 23 runs as Boochatham picked up 4 wickets for 3 runs. Thailand registered a 82 run win to elevate themselves to the top of the charts with their third consecutive win of the series.

Brief Scores: Thailand 105/3 (Naruemol Chaiwai 57, Chan Ka Man 1/7) beat Nepal 23/10 (Y Daswani 7, Boochatham 4/3) by 82 runs

 

China grabs 3rd position with their 3rd win

Batting first, Malaysia posted a total of 63 runs for 9 wickets. Zumika Azmi was the leading run-getter for her side with an unbeaten 17. L Jie (2/13) and Han Lili (2/13) put up a joint effort to restrict Malaysia. China chased down the total with 8 overs to spare as Huang Zhuo and F Song stitched an unbeaten stand of 57 to register a win by 8 wickets.

Brief Scores: Malaysia 63/9 (Zumika Azmi 17*, L Jie 2/13) lost China 64/2 (F Song 25, WA Duraisingam 1/8) by 8 wickets