Zimbabwe ‘A’ sets 214 runs target against Nepal in final ODI

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Kathmandu: Zimbabwe ‘A’ set 214 runs target against Nepal in the last One-Day International match under a bilateral series played at the Kirtipur-based TU Cricket Ground on Monday.

Put to bat first after losing the toss, the visitors notched up 213 runs on the board losing all wickets in 32.1 overs in the match that was curtailed to 33 overs each due to a wet outfit.

Tadiwanashe Marumani completed a half-century scorning 50 runs off 31 balls hitting seven fours and two sixes. Kudzai Maunze and Roy Kaia contributed 39 and 36 runs respectively.

For Nepal, Kishore Mahato grabbed five wickets as Sompal Kami sent two Zimbabwean batsmen back to the pavilion.