Wed. Aug 26th, 2020

Nepal Sports

All About sports

Lamichhane’s playing club Jamaica Tallawahs Beat Guyana Amzon by 5 Wickets

2 min read

Nepal’s young star Sandeep Lamichhane’s playing club Jamaica Tallawahs has won for the second time in the Caribbean Premier League 2020.

Jamaica beat the Guyana Amazon Warriors by five wickets in a game played this morning at Trinidad’s Queen’s Park Oval.

In CPL 2020, Nepal’s leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has been consistently bowling hard.

He took one wicket in the fourth match of CPL 2020, bowling four overs. He took wicket of Surfan Rutherford who scored 1 run in the first ball of the 12th over. Rutherford ball caught out by Asif Ali.

He took 1 wicket giving 30 runs in 4 overs against St. Lucia Joux in the first game. In the second game, Sandeep bowled 4 overs against Trincomalee and took 1 wicket for 23 runs. In the third match, he took two wickets.

Sandeep took five wickets in four matches played in the tournament.

Batting after losing the toss, Guyana scored only 108 runs in 20 overs. Ross Taylor scored the most runs for Guyana. He played 22 balls and scored 23 runs with the help of two fours and a six.

Similarly, Navin Ul Haq scored 20 runs and Nicholas Puran scored 15 runs. Guyana’s other batsmen failed to score in double figures.

As in the third game, Jamaica managed to bowl well today . Mujib Ur Rehman took three wickets for Jamaica. He bowled four overs and gave only 11 runs.

Another Jamaican bowler, Fidel Edwards, took three wickets for 30 runs. Sandeep and Andre Russell took one wicket each.

On the batting side, Cruma Bonner scored 30 runs to give Jamaica the victory. Opener Glenn Phillips scored 26 runs. Jermaine Blackwood and Andre Russell added 23 runs each for Jamaica.

With this victory, Jamaica has collected 4 points from two games with two defeats and two wins. Jamaica ranks fourth in the table. Guyana is third in the table with the same number of points.

Jamaica’s fifth game is against Barbados Tridents. The game will start tomorrow morning at 3:15 AM Nepali time.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright © All rights reserved. | Site Developed by Aadarsha Dhakal.