Nepal Defeat Uganda In ICC World Cricket League 3 Final

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In the play-off for third place, Malaysia beat Singapore by 7 wickets with 105 balls remaining. The tournament also attracted United States of America and Bermuda.

Uganda has suffered defeat to Nepal in the finals of the ICC World Cricket League 3 that climaxed today in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Although both team have qualified for the Division 2 tournament to take place in Namibia in January, Nepal managed to revenge over Uganda who had stopped them in the round robing when the event started last week.

Nepal who battled first beat Uganda by 62 runs after they put on 223 (49.5) and the team led by skipper Frank Nsubuga chased and collapsed at 161 (44.1).
Roger Mukasa who has played a pivotal role for the Ugandan team in the tournament again top scored with 51 runs, while Hamu Bagenda collected 22 runs. Nepal's duo of Sugar Pun and Gyanendra Malla collected 64 and 56 runs respectively.

In the play-off for third place, Malaysia beat Singapore by 7 wickets with 105 balls remaining. The tournament also attracted United States of America and Bermuda.
Uganda now stands a chance to benefit from the International Cricket Council (ICC) funding for high performance if they manage to finish among the best four teams that will battle in Division 2 in Namibia.
 
Previously ICC offered about UGX810 million (US$350,000) annually for four teams in Division 2 for high performance. The teams that will battle in the final event which will determine who benefits from ICC's funding include; Namibia, Kenya, Canada, Netherlands, Uganda and Nepal.