Centuries from MD Thirushkamini and Indrani Roy, fifer for Madhusmita Behera on Day 6 of Senior One Day Trophy

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MD Thirushkamini and Indrani Roy hit centuries to help their respective sides to win on day six of the Women’s Senior One Day Trophy on Tuesday (March 16). Thirushkamini’s 114 unbeaten headlined Railways’ 143 run win against Haryana in Elite Group B match in Rajkot. In Surat, Roy remained 130 not out to guide Jharkhand to a six wicket against Gujarat in Elite Group A.

In other Group A matches, skipper Madhusmita Behera’s five-wicket haul helped Odisha to a 43-run win, while Hyderabad skipper Vellore Mahesh Kavya starred with a four-wicket haul in their five-wicket win against Chattisgarh.

In Rajkot, Assam registered their first win in Group B as Saurashtra succumbed to their third successive defeat, while Shrayosi Aich’s 4 for 25 helped Bengal defeat Uttarakhand by 79 runs.

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In Group C, Andhra continued their winning run with their third win from as many matches and Anuja Patil’s 88 not out and a two-wicket haul helped Maharashtra to a 55 run win. In another match in the group, Uttar Pradesh beat Chandigarh by 16 runs at the K L Saini Stadium, Jaipur.

In Plate matches in Bengaluru, Pondicherry continued to top the group with an easy ten wicket win against Arunachal Pradesh, while Mizoram registered their third win from as many matches. Rinki Rajak’s 74 helped Sikkim sneak home with a two-wicket win in the final ball of the match against Bihar.

Group A, Surat

Odisha 163/8 in 50 overs (Sushree Dibyadarshini 59*; A B Das 3/14) beat Tripura 120/10 in 48.2 overs (Mouchaity Debnath 31; Madhusmita Behera 5/15) by 43 runs

Chhattisgarh 133/10 in 49.3 overs (Shivi Pandey 38; Vellore Mahesh Kavya 4/25, Yashasri 3/28) lost to Hyderabad 134/5 in 43.1 overs ( Anuradha Nayak 35; Pransu Priya 2/28) by five wickets

Gujarat 229/5 in 50 overs (Sarvi 90, Renuka Chaudhari 52;  Arti 2/30) lost to Jharkhand 230/4 in 47.1 overs (Indrani Roy 130*; Krutikaben 2/35) by six wickets

Group B, Rajkot

Assam 161/10 in 49.3 overs (Monikha Das 60; R B Dabhi 2/20) beat Saurashtra 155/10 in 47.2 overs (M Jadeja 53; Nibedita 3/33, Rashmi Dey 3/35) by six runs

287/1 in 50 overs (MD Thirushkamini 114*, S Meghana 88) beat  Haryana 134/4 in 50 overs (Bhawna Ohlan 38; Asha S 2/18) by 143 runs

Bengal 231/4 in 50 overs (P P Paul 73*, Mita Paul 60*; Radha Chand 2/48) beat Uttarakhand 152/9 in 49.4 overs ( A N Tomar 82*; Shrayosi Aich 4/25) by 79 runs

Group C, Jaipur

Maharashtra 242/7 in 50 overs (Anuja Patil 88*; Rupali Chavan 3/42) beat Goa 187/10 in 45.2 overs (Tejashwini Duragad 69; P B Garkhede 4/41) by 55 runs

Andhra 202/7 in 50 overs (S Hima Bindu 49; K P Choudhary 3/26) beat Rajasthan (S R Jat 78; G Chandra Lekha 3/23) by 48 runs

Uttar Pradesh 219/7 in 50 overs (Anjali Singh 62, Shobha Devi 60; Amanjot Kaur 3/61) beat Chandigarh 203/9 in 49.1 overs (Kashvee Gautam 60; Anjali Singh 2/31) by 16 runs

Plate, Bengaluru

Mizoram 221/4 in 50 overs (Buley Ruchita 84*, Zuali 84) beat Manipur 200/5 in 50 overs (Rebika S 51; Zuali 2/22) by 21 runs

Arunachal Pradesh 42 in 34.4 overs (Jaya 5/9, Amruta Saran 3/11) lost to Pondicherry 44/0 in 7.1 overs (Bhakti Tamore 32*) by ten wickets

Bihar 186/10 in 47.5 overs (Apurva Kumari 81; Sarika Koli 3/24) lost to Sikkim 187/8 in 50 overs (Rinki Rajak 74; Rachana Kumari 3/22) by two wickets