Papua New Guinea have beaten Nepal in another last over thriller to record back to back wins in the World Cricket League Championship.
Nepal made 224 for 8 batting first in Abu Dhabi, with Assad Vala and Norman Vanua snaring three wickets each.
In reply, captain Jack Vare top-scored with an unbeaten 76 to anchor PNG's run-chase.
The wicketkeeper-batsmen put on an unbroken stand of 84 runs with debutant Hiri Hiri to get the Barramundi's home with three wickets and two balls to spare.
The result mirrors PNG's victory over the same opponent two days ago, when they won by two wickets with three balls remaining.
The Barramundi's have risen to fifth in the Championship standings and next face Afghanistan in a four day Intercontinental Cup clash in Sharjah this weekend.