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India levels series against Nepal in the Women’s T20 Bilateral Series for the blind

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Pokhara: Unbeaten half centuries by Simu Das and Phula Saren helped India beat Nepal by 9 wickets in the second match of the Women’s Bilateral Series for the Blind which was played here at the Pokhara Stadium on Wednesday.

India levelled the series after Nepal had won the first match yesterday.

India’s Captain Sushma Patel won the toss and opted to field. Phula Saren struck in the second over dismissing Gita Poudel and last match’s centurion Binita Pun was run out in the third over reducing Nepal to 24-2. Ganga dismissed Maya Lingali in the seventh over, halting the momentum of the host’s innings. Sarita Ghimire and Bimala Rai then put together an 84 run partnership for the fourth wicket giving the innings some momentum.

The Indian bowlers dismissed both batters in the space of two overs ending the hopes of Nepal posting a big total. Sarita scored 56 runs while Bimala scored 29.

The bowlers wrapped up the innings quickly and bowled out Nepal in the last ball of the innings. Eventually, Nepal were all out for 172 in their 20 overs. Phula Saren, Ganga and Sushma Patel picked a wicket each for India and rest all were run outs.

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