Hong Kong sealed the match with one ball to spare
Asked to bat first, Malaysia put up a score of 85. Christina Baret and Mas Elysa made a stand of 49 with the contribution of 21 and 19 respectively. Kary Chan picked up 3 wickets for the 11 runs. Hong Kong lost two wickets for two, as Yasmin Daswani and Kary Chan held the team to build a 64 runs partnership. With 4 runs required for one over, Hong Kong won by 5 wickets with one ball to spare.
Brief Scores: Malaysia 85/6 (Christina Baret 21, Kary Chan 3/11) lost to Hong Kong 86/5 (Yasmin Daswani 31, WA Duraisingam 3/10) by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
Chhetry’s hattrick wins the match for Nepal
With the joint batting efforts of Bindu Rawal (28) and Rubina Chhetry (22), Nepal scored 116. In the second innings, Chhetry picked up a hattrick in the last over as Kuwait failed to score the target. Maryam Omar was the leading run-getter at 29.
Brief Scores: Nepal 116/7 (Bindu Rawal 28, Priyada Murali 2/19) beat Kuwait 86/9 (Maryam Omar 29, Karuna Bhandari 3/12) by 30 runs
Thailand tops the chart with their sixth consecutive win
Nattakan Chantam’s 35 powered Thailand to a score 106 for 8 while Shubha Venkataraman of UAE picked up 3 wickets. They couldn’t chase down the total as Thailand knocked out UAE with joint bowling efforts. Thailand has won the tournament after topping the charts.
Brief Scores: Thailand 106/8 (Nattakan Chantam 35, Shubha Venkataraman 3/20) beat UAE 57/10 (UCKA Dona 13, S Tippoch 2/4) by 50 runs
Statistics Of the ICC Women’s World Cup Asia Qualifiers 2019
|Naruemol Chaiwai||Thailand||Most Runs||181 Runs|
|Sornnarin Tippoch||Thailand||Most Wickets||13 Wickets|
|Nary Thapa||Nepal||Best Bowling Figures||6/4|
|Mariko Hill||Hong Kong||Most Catches||6 Catches|