Day 5: Senior Women's T20 League 2018-19

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An unbeaten knock of 113 by Kasat and a 27 ball half century by Kanchan took Vidarbha to a total of 201 runs against Arunachal Pradesh. Suvalaxmi was the lone batter to have scored double figures for Arunachal in their chase. Vidarbha’s Reena Paul put an end to the match with bowling figures of 3/4 .Vidarbha winning the game by a massive 139 runs.

Batting first, Bihar failed to score a defendable total and was all out for a mere 15 runs. Niharika being the star bowler for Jharkhand finished with the bowling figures of 4/5. Jharkhand chased the total down in just 1.5 overs.

Sinha, Rajni, Bora’s small contributions of 73 runs together helped Assam reach to a total of 130 for the loss of 6 wickets at the end of 20 overs. Sikkim failed to cross the line and restricted by the Assam skipper Mohini Das who took 3 wickets to beat Sikkim by 75 runs.

Priya Pransu of Chattisgarh wrap up the the Nagaland batting for a mere total of 45 runs with bowling figures of 3/8. Shiv Pandey scoring 18 runs off 11 balls supported by Shalini and Sahu, Chattisgarh beat Nagaland with 9 wickets

Himachal Pradesh beat Manipur by 10 wickets. Chauhan’s 63 runs off 34 balls led to Himachal to Victory.

Baroda clinched a nail biter against Uttar Pradesh by 1 run. Radha Yadav was the top scorer of the match and scored 40 runs off 49 balls. UP team was so close yet so far as they lost by just 1 run.

Manisha Pradhan of Uttarakhand took 3 wickets, restricting Goa to a total of 85 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. While chasing not a single batter scored double figures as Nikita and Rupali grabbed 3 wickets each to seal the game for Goa by 43 runs.

Priya Khatkar’s 4 wickets topple the Gujarat team setting a target of 83 runs. Sonia and Bhavana of Haryana with their small yet notable contributions took the team past 83 and won the game by 6 wickets.

Put to bat first, Madhuri Mehta of Odisha smashed a 55 ball 69 runs and helped the team to get to a total of 123 for the loss of 3 wickets. Rajasthan in an attempt to chase the total was restricted by Madhusmita by taking 3 wickets winning the game for Odisha.

Thirushkamini’s 43 runs off 38 balls went in vain as Tamil Nadu’s batsman succumb to Andhra’s bowling. Andhra beat Tamil Nadu by 15 runs.


Match Results:

Karnataka beat J&K; by 48 runs

Vidarbha beat Arunachal Pradesh by 139 runs

Jharkhand beat Bihar by 9 wickets

Assam beat Sikkim by 75 runs

Chattisgarh beat Nagaland by 9 wickets

Bengak beat Mizoram by 10 wickets

Kerala beat Pondicherry by 49 runs

Mumbai beat Delhi by 6 wickets

Himachal beat Manipur by 10 wickets

Hyderabad beat Tripura by 6 wickets

Baroda beat Uttar Pradesh by 1 run

Goa beat Uttarakhand by 43 runs

Haryana beat Gujarat by 6 wickets

Madhya Pradesh beat Saurashtra by by 7 wickets

Odisha beat Rajasthan by 28 runs

Andra beat Tamil Nadu by 15 runs