Nepal has won the Tri-nation T20 Series, which was held at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan University Cricket Stadium.
The hosts beat the Netherlands by 142 runs in the match that took place on Saturday.
Nepal was forced to bat first after losing the toss in the first innings of the match. They did, however, score 238 runs, one of the most in franchise history.
The Dutch, chasing a 239-run mark, could only muster 96 runs before all of their batsmen were dismissed.
As Nepal batted, opener Kushal Bhurtel top-scored with 77 runs in 55 balls, including eight fours and three sixes. Similarly, deputy captain Dipendra Singh Airee scored 48 runs not out and Kushal Malla 50 runs not out.
The hosts maintained their outstanding success in the second innings, taking all of the Dutch wickets in 17.2 overs and limiting them to 96 runs.
In three overs, Karan KC claimed three wickets for 11 runs. Similarly, Kamal Singh Airee and Sandeep Lamichhane each took two wickets, while Gyanendra Malla, Kushal Bhurtel, and Abinash Bohora each took one.