Cross regional bilateral series aren't common at this level of associate cricket, so this series between Nepal and Uganda represented a rare chance to compare the strengths of two regions.

The series started on Monday with the visitors batting first and scoring 102-5. Nepal batted out their overs in reply but fell just short at 90-9. Tuesday's second game was even closer with Nepal scoring 101-7 batting first and Uganda chasing down their target with just one ball and one wicket to spare thanks to Rita Musamali's 30.

After a rest day on Wednesday the series resumed on Thursday, with Nepal batting first and scoring just 99-8 from their 20 overs, the bulk of the runs coming from Jyoti Pandey, who scored 47 from 54 balls. Kevin Awino scored an unbeaten 42 from 51 balls in Uganda's reply as they chased down the runs with ten balls to spare to win by 6 wickets.

Already 3-0 up in the series, Uganda would have been confident of making it 4-0 when they bowled out Uganda for 97 yesterday in a game reduced to 18 overs each. But Nepal bowled well and restricted the visitors to 82-8, winning by 15 runs.

The series concluded today with Jyoti Pandey again in the runs, scoring 49 from 61 balls as Nepal scored 123-6 from their 20 overs, the highest score of the series. Nepal again bowled well, keeping the away team to just 90-6 from their 20 overs and winning by 36 runs.

Uganda currently have no fixtures confirmed, whilst Nepal's next scheduled matches will be in Malaysia where they will take part in a ten team T20 tournament next month from which the finalists will qualify for the Asia Cup later this year.