Nepal lose to Scotland, bow out of trilateral series winlessThe loss puts Nepal in the sixth position with 18 points from 24 matches.
Scotland defeated Nepal by eight wickets in their final match of the Namibia-Nepal-Scotland Tri Series of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 on Thursday.
Scotland reached the 120 runs target set by Nepal in 17 overs losing two wickets in the match played at Windhoek, Namibia.
Christopher McBride (not out) contributed the highest 46 runs for Scotland as George Munsey made 45 runs. Opener Kyle Coetzer made 16 runs for his team.
Hari Shankar Shah and Dipendra Singh Airee of Nepal grabbed one wicket apiece.
Earlier, Nepal put 119 runs on the board losing all wickets in 35.3 overs as Nepal’s batting woes continued.
Skipper Rohit Paudel made 45 runs off 57 balls, smashing four fours and two sixes as Sompal Kami and Dipendra Singh Airee contributed 16 and 14 runs respectively.
Brandon McMullen, Safyaan Sharif and Mark Watt took two wickets each.
Nepal finished off the series winless. Nepal had shared points with Namibia in their first match after the game was called off due to rain.
Scotland defeated Nepal by three wickets in the second match and Nepal slumped to a second defeat in a row after they lost to hosts Namibia by 86 runs in Windhoek on Wednesday.
The loss puts Nepal in the sixth position with 18 points from 24 matches.