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Nepal inscribed another noteworthy entry in their cricketing history by winning on their first visit to Lords on Tuesday in front of several thousand delighted fans. On a sweltering day in north London, a Nepal XI defeated MCC by 41 runs after which the Nepal captain, Paras Khadka, led his players around the outfield to pay tribute to their typically exuberant supporters.Having chosen to bat first, Nepals every run was cheered to the rafters by a crowd of around 5000 that spread itself out across the Mound, Tavern, Edrich and Allen stands. Boundaries and wickets brought even greater outbursts of adulation and chants of Ne-pal! Ne-pal! Ne-pal! echoed around the old ground as Sompal Kami and Basant Regmi cleaned up the tail to dismiss MCC for 176 in pursuit of 218 in 50 overs.The fixture was arranged as part of celebrations to mark the 200-year-old relationship between Britain and Nepal, with proceeds from the match going towards rebuilding work in Nepal after last years earthquake.MCC opener George Adair did his best to spoil the visitors party by scoring an even 100 but the left-hander was eighth man out, caught behind off Regmi, with the asking rate rising towards two runs a ball. Nepals main contributor was Gyanendra Malla with 39 but there were useful scores throughout the order as they built a match-winning total beneath clear blue skies, a Nepali flag above the pavilion fluttering in the occasional breeze.Boys were excited, a little bit nervous as well - you can understand, playing at Lords just doesnt happen everyday, Khadka said. I think we managed to hold ourselves pretty well.Everybody contributed bits and pieces, overall it was very good. Batting, we were 20-30 runs short but the boys kept digging in, the wicket wasnt that easy and the bowlers were very, very disciplined and that was one of the key factors for us to win today.The result gave the majority of those who had paid £10 for a ticket the perfect summers day out - Nepal shirts were de rigueur, although those attempting to unfurl a flag in the stands received a gentle talking to from the stewards, as per Lords rules.MCC were captained by former Middlesex and Somerset allrounder Keith Dutch and included former Queensland batsman Clinton Perren and South Africa-born fast bowler Chad Barrett, who made his only first-class appearance for Northamptonshire two years ago.Dutch and Barrett picked up two wickets apiece and Nepal did well to get up to 217 for 8 in their 50 overs after slipping to 174 for 7. Khadka swept the only six of the innings as he and Malla took the score to 104 for 2 but the experienced pair fell in successive overs, as Dutch and left-arm spinner Marc Reingold established a stranglehold on the scoring.Kami and Regmi bolted together a resourceful 42-run stand for the eighth wicket and the Nepal bowlers then proved adept at defending a score. Sagar Pun picked up 3 for 35 with his offspin as only Adair, fellow MCC opener Steve Clark and No. 7 Richard Wilkinson managed to get into double-figures - and, in the case of Adair, a 28-year-old who plays for Hampstead, beyond. His well-paced century, from 122 balls, was warmly applauded by players on both sides.Pubudu Dassanayake, who stepped down as Nepal coach last year after being involved in some of their greatest moments of recent times, joined the celebrations in the dressing room afterwards. Dassanayake has been back working with the side recently as a consultant, arranged by the ICC, and his pride in their achievement was obvious.These boys, the amount of work they put in, they deserve this, to come and play a game here, Dassanayake said. They make a lot of sacrifices and fight always. Wholesale Soccer Jerseys . -- Bobby Ryan helped the U. Stitched Soccer Jerseys . -- Nate Robinson has played for seven teams, so beating one of them is no longer a rare occurrence. https://www.soccerjerseyschina.us/ .Y. - General manager Billy King says the Brooklyn Nets are looking to add a big man and confirmed the team worked out centre Jason Collins, who would become the first openly gay active NBA player if signed. Clearance Soccer Jerseys . Aaron Harrison scored a 22 points for Kentucky (6-1), which has won four in a row following a Nov. 12 loss to current No. 1 Michigan State. Julius Randle overcame a scoreless first half and added his sixth double-double in as many games with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Cheap Soccer Jerseys Authentic . Collaros, 25, was solid last season, posting a 5-2 record as the starter while incumbent Ricky Ray was injured. Collaros also started Torontos 23-20 regular-season finale loss to Montreal — Ray didnt dress because the Argos had already clinched first in the East Division — but was one of three quarterbacks to play that day.MONTREAL -- The Montreal Impact returned from last weeks road trip sitting in first place in the MLS Eastern Conference and with the Voyageurs Cup in hand. An eight-day span saw the Impact win 5-3 at home against Philadelphia, tie 2-2 in Vancouver to claim the Amway Canadian Championship final series on the away goals rule, and then come from behind to beat Sporting Kansas City 2-1 for a key road victory. 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They also picked up a nasty new rivalry with Kansas City, which Bernier says may have something to do with their success. The victory over last seasons first-place team came despite a questionable penalty shot that gave Sporting a 1-0 lead in first-half injury time, and despite seeing both coach Marco Schallibaum and veteran defender Alessandro Nesta sent off. The game ended with the teams shouting at each other on the field. "A rivalry out of nothing -- kind of like the Canadiens and the Senators," said Bernier, a former junior hockey defenceman. "Great. Some of these teams maybe feel theyre the team to beat and they see that we dont (recognize) that label of who they are. Were showing who we are. "Were not just an expansion team. Were a team with a lot of quality and we want to show were here to compete and to be one of the best, not just to fight for fifth place and the playoffs." It should make for a lively game July 27 when Kansas City visits Saputo Stadium. "Weve made a lot of statements since the beginning of the season," added Bernier. "Weve proven we deserve to be there. "It seems like (winning in) a place like Kansas City, where not many teams win, and the way we came back, now people see were very tough to beat. Last year we probably would have lost the game." The bbreak will give some injured players time to heal.dddddddddddd Assistant coach Mauro Biello said forward Daniele Paponi (thigh) is closest to returning, while midfielder Andrea Pisanu (thigh) is not far off. Captain Davy Arnaud is following protocol for treatment of a concussion. It is possible all three could be available to face Columbus. It was the second time in as many trips to Kansas City that Schallibaum was ejected. He was sent off for allegedly squirting water at the Kansas City bench during a 2-0 loss on March 30. For a second time, Biello took over and will be acting head coach again against Columbus, when both Schallibaum and Nesta will serve suspensions. "Now every time I go to K.C. Ill be ready -- Ill wear my suit," Biello quipped. Schallibaum got it for going onto the field to protest a penalty shot call after Nesta tugged at Claudio Bielers shirt. The foul looked to have occurred just outside the penalty area. Bieler made no mistake in scoring his seventh of the season. In the second half, Bieler knocked Nesta down and stepped on his hand, which went unnoticed by the officials. The former AC Milan great got up and head-butted the Kansas City forward, earning a red card. As much as it appeared to be provoked, it wasnt the most disciplined reaction from the 37-year-old. "It was a battle between him and Bieler the whole game," said Biello. "There was that little incident where he got stomped on his hand and he reacted a little too much and got thrown out. "Nesta is a champion. He brings tremendous experience to this team. But sometimes emotions get the better of you. He knew right away. He had his hand up and he talked to the group right after the game. Hes a guy who has been through everything." Nesta was not available for comment. Down 1-0 to start the second half, Sanna Nyassi tied it in the 47th minute and midfielder Collen Warner got his first MLS goal in two seasons with Montreal in the 53rd. A corner kick set up the game winner, as Kansas City defender Peterson Joseph got caught up with a teammate and his clearing attempt landed at Warners feet. "Mauro put me up in the box -- I dont usually get called up for those," said Warner. "I was just kind of hanging around, looking for scraps, and one happened to fall my way." Notes: Paulo DelPiccolo, a left-footed, mostly defensive midfielder who was taken 27th in this years SuperDraft, is on a two-week trial. The 22-year-old had been playing in Germany for Eintracht Frankfurt, mostly on the reserve team. Hes from the same Colorado Rush organization that produced Warner and defender Jeb Brovsky ... Nyassi is off to play two World Cup qualifiers for Gambia. ' ' '

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