Nepal’s Dhangadhi Premier League 2019: Series Highlights


Continuing the lines of Everest Premier League and a step bigger than previous events, Nepal’s Dhangadi Premier League (DPL) 2019 kicked off in Nepal on February 11, 2019.

Let’s take a look into Nepal’s #DPL2019Highlights, match by match:

#Day1: Dhangadhi Stars Vs Kathmandu Goldens, Goldens Win!

The first match of the Dhangadhi Premier League 2019 saw Dhangadhi Stars and Kathmandu Goldens facing each other for a 20-over battle.

The 20-over match began with Kathmandu Goldens winning the toss and choosing to field.

Dhangadhi Stars, who began to bat first, made a slow start with its openers S Dhamala and Rohan Mustafa finishing with single digit scores.

However, the team got a lift with A Shrestha scoring 50 runs in 50 balls, after coming third in the batting order.

The motivation brought in by Shrestha efforts lived long, continued by performance of S Rajali who scored 28 runs in 35 balls and Khanal ( 25 runs in 10 balls) who remaining not-out.

Dhangadhi Stars had 132 runs in their basket at the end of their batting innings after completing 20 overs, for the loss of wickets.

Then, Kathmandu Goldens entered the pitch with confidence, which openers GY Tomar and AK Sah lived up to by scoring 28 runs in 25 balls and 24 runs in 40 balls, respectively.

Am Dhabas supported the batting order by scoring 29 runs in 23 balls, followed by others in the team who scored single and less double-digit scores, respectively.

Finally, the team finished the target by scoring 133 runs for the loss of six wickets, at a 6.6 run rate.

Dabas was announced the ‘Player of the Match’, while Rohan Mustafa also supported the team with his outstanding bowling performance of 4 wickets in 4 overs giving just 27 runs.

DPL Cricket Match Highlights

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