Day 3: India U-23 One Day League 2018-19

Day 3: India U-23 One Day League 2018-19


Elected to bat first, Nagaland opener Vaincy Chaudhary's 82-ball 58 helped her team to cross the 100-mark as Meghalaya captain D Dutta bagged a 5-wicket haul and bundled them within 128. Dutta scored 30 off 59 also but her all-round effort went in vain as Sariba picked up 4 wickets and bowled them out for 65 and Nagaland registered a 63-run win.

Batting first, Team Uttarakhand opener Ankita Dhami scored 48, Megha Saini scored 56 and Kanchan Parihar scored 42 off 51 and helped their team to put up 246 on board. While chasing, apart from captain R Sandhya Mounika, Moumee Sasmal and Janaki no other batters of Cricket Association of Pondicherry were able to reach the double figure. Rekha and Nisha Mishra bagged 4 wickets each and guided their team to a comfortable 162-run victory.

Batting first, J&K; managed to put up a mere total of 86, including Bismah Hassan's 47 off 71 against a strong side, Goa where Diksha Gawde picked up 3 wickets, Rakshanda and Tejashwini Duragad scalped too each. 87 is an easy total to chase for a team like Goa. But Nadia Chowdhary certainly had some other plan. She bagged a 6-wicket haul and Bismah Hassan took 3 wickets which eventually bundled out Goa within 58 and J&K; claimed a 28-run victory.

Put into bat, Maharashtra wicketkeeper-batter Shivali Shinde scored 59, captain Devika Vaidya scored 36 and Tejal Hasabnis scored an unbeaten 47 and guided her team to 219 in 50 overs where Keerthi Reddy picked up a 4-wicket haul. Hyderabad opener G Trisha's 47 went in vain as Devika Vaidya bagged 4 wickets and Tejal Hasabnis picked up 3 wickets. They restricted Hyderabad within 158 and registered a 61 runs victory.

Match Results:

Mumbai beat Vidarbha by 43 Runs

Arunachal Pradesh beat Sikkim by 6 Wickets

Kerala beat Punjab by 4 Wickets

Railways beat Uttar Pradesh by 8 Wickets

Gujarat beat Tamil Nadu by 7 Wickets

Delhi beat Tripura by 8 Wickets

Jharkhand beat Team Rajasthan by 6 Wickets

Baroda beat Saurashtra by 9 Wickets