Ravi Inder guides Pokhara Paltan to lift the PPL Trophy
November 6, 2018 02:38 PM NPT
Chitwan Rhinos captain Paras Khadka (left) and Pokhara Paltan captain Sarad Vesawakar pose with the Pokhara Premier League T20 cricket tournament trophy in Pokhara on Monday, ahead of their final scheduled for Tuesday. | Photo: Republica
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: Ravi Inder Singh led the Pokhara Paltan to lift the Pokhara Premier League (PPL)'s trophy today. The home team won by three wickets.
Ravi Inder had single handedly led the Pokhara Paltan to taste its victory by scoring 90 runs including 13 fours and three sixes. Chitwan Rhinos made an astounding return after taking the wicket of Ravi Inder Singh in the 18th over. After two fresh wickets, Binod Bhandari hit a boundary to end the nailbiting game.
The home team, Pokhara Paltan chose to field first after winning the toss. Chitwan Rhinos scored 160 runs on the board at the loss of five wickets. Paras Khadka and Sunny Patel scored 51 and 43 runs respectively to take the Rhinos to the 160 mark.
Fall of wickets: 1-4, 2-65, 3-98, 4-148, 5-148, 6-157, 7-157