Army Club set a target of 288 runs in the PM Cup

Kathmandu, January 15

The Tribhuwan Army Club of Nepal Army has set a target of 288 runs to the Gandaki Province in the Prime Minister’s Cup One-Day Men’s National Cricket Tournament.

Army who won the toss before the start of the inning chose to begin first batting made the 287 run losing 6 wickets in the 50 overs on Friday.

Similarly, Raju Rijal, the opening batsman for the Army, scored 45 off 71 balls. June hit one six and four fours. Similarly, Harikrishna Jha returned to the pavilion with 14 runs. Similarly, Rohit Poudel scored only 10 runs. He earned the scoring a six and four six in the inning. Similarly, HariKrisna Jha returned to the pavilion scoring 14 runs and Rohit only scored off 10 runs

Bipin Khatri and Bishal Paudel from Gandi took 2/2 wickets and Dipesh Khatri and Ram Chandra hauled 1/1 wickets in the first inning of the tournament.