Kathmandu, January 11
Lumbini All Stars have won the title of the maiden edition of Nepal T20 League, the first official T20 domestic league of the country which has made headlines over charges of spot-fixing being investigated by the police and cricket bodies.
In the final match held at the TU Cricket Ground in Kirtipur of Kathmandu, Lumbini All Stars defeated Biratnagar Super Kings by 24 runs to clinch the title.
The Super Kings were chasing a low target of 134 runs yet could not make it on their side. They could just score 109 runs at the loss of eight wickets in the allocated overs.
For Biratnagar, Arjun Saud scored the highest of 34 runs followed by Prithu Baskota (29). On the bowling side, Sagar Dhakal and Harmeet Singh of the All Stars took two wickets each.
In the first innings, the winners, after electing to bat first, were all-out in 19.2 overs with a total of 133 runs.
Lahiru Milantha and Harmeet Singh scored 42 and 30 runs respectively.