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Bangladesh beat Nepal by 10 wickets

Published: 04 Dec 2019 Updated: 04 Dec 2019   

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Women cricketers of Bangladesh have defeated Nepal by 10 wickets in SA Games on Wednesday.

Bangladesh bundled Nepal out for just 50 runs in the T20 affair in their second match of the tournament at Pokhara.

Rabeya Khan bagged four wickets for just eight runs while Jahanara Alam picked up two wickets for two runs. Salma Khatun, Nahida Akhter and Fahima Khatun got one wicket each.

Bangladesh will play Maldives on Thursday in their last group phase match. 

Women cricketers of Bangladesh lead the four-team table with four points.

The final of the tournament is scheduled for December 8th.

Bangladesh had earlier beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets during their first match in the T20 competition on Tuesday.



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