Disha Kasat's ton, SS Kalal's five-fer highlight another day in the Senior one-day trophy

author-image
Women's CricZone Staff
New Update
Disha Kasat's ton, SS Kalal's five-fer highlight another day in the Senior one-day trophy

Paromita Roy's contributions were crucial for Bengal. © Paromita Roy/ Facebook

Railways put in yet another dominant performance as they beat Baroda by eight wickets in the ongoing Senior one-day Trophy on Sunday (February 23). This was Railways fourth win in as many matches. The victory was set up by their bowlers who restricted Baroda to just 115, before the batters led by Mona Meshram's unbeaten 38 helped them complete a comfortable win.

Elsewhere, Maharashtra held their nerve to win an absolute thriller against Vidarbha by just three wickets with three balls  to spare. Having elected to bat Vidarbha rode on Disha Kasat's knock of 108 to post a total of 196. In their chase Maharashtra suffered an early wobble before Anuja Patil's 77 helped them over the line.

SS Kalal put in another notable performance for Rajasthan, routing Assam's line-up with a five-for. Her incredible spell of 5 for 17 with the new ball helped them skittle out the opposition for just 53, before Rajasthan romped home with close to 28 overs to spare.

Paramita Roy's 93 was a standout performance in Bengal's easy win over Himachal Pradesh, while Tamil Nadu, Odisha, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh also registered comfortable victories.

Brief scores:

Group A and B

Baroda 115/9 in 50 overs (Jenita Fernandes 24; Swagatika Rath 3-18 Asha Joy 2-14) lost to Railways 118/2 in 32 overs (Mona Meshram 38, S Meghana 36) by eight wickets.

Bengal 209 all out in 49.4 overs (Paramita Roy 93, Mita Paul 43; Tanuja Kanwer 3-26, Renuka Singh 2-29) beat Himachal Pradesh 121 all out in 43.2 overs (M Paul 3-9) by 88 runs.

Vidarbha 195/6 in 50 overs (Disha Kasat 108; Priyanka Garkhede 2-25, Utkarsha Pawar 2-35) lost Maharashtra 196/7 in 49.3 overs (Anuja Patil 77, S A Lonkar 31; Komal Zanzad 2-27, Nupur Kohale 2-36) by three wickets.

Odisha 238/6 in 50 overs (Sarita Meher 72, Madhuri Meheta 66; Anjali Sarvani 2-16) beat Andhra 186/9 in 44 overs (V Pushpa Latha 62, CH Jhansi Lakshmi 42; Priyanka Priyadarshini 3-31 Sushree Dibyadarshini 2-28) by 52 runs.

Chhattisgarh 177/7 in 50 overs (Yashi Pandey 64, Manpreet Kaur 31) lost to Haryana 181/3 in 43.2 overs (Sheetal Rana 67*, Bhawna Ohlan 59) by seven wickets.

Tamil Nadu 202 all out in 49.2 overs (S Anusha 64, Niranjana Nagarajan 58; Sayali Sathghare 4-27, Vrushali Bhagat 2-30) beat Mumbai 87 all out in 35.1 overs (Shweta Haranhalli 19; Eloski Arun 3-11, S Anusha 3-16) by 115 runs.

Group C 

Assam 53 all out 23.2 overs (Sapna Choudhary 32; SS Kalal 5-17, S P Sharma 2-11) lost to Rajasthan 54/4 in 22.1 overs  (T B Vaishnav 26*; Monikha Das 2-13) by six wickets.

Jharkhand 200/6 in 50 overs (Sonia 52, Ruma 50; Pragna Chaudhari 2-37, P A Talpada 2-43) beat Gujarat 146/7 in 50 overs (Simran 96; Niharika Prasad 4-26, Shanti Kumari 2-16) by 54 runs.

Saurashtra 80 all out in 43.4 overs (Pooja Nimavat 15; Meghana Singh 3-27 Rashi Kanojiya 2-7) lost to Uttar Pradesh 82/2 in 31.3 overs (Shoba Devi 39*, Aditi Sharma 23*; P Modhwadia 1-7) by eight wickets.
Subscribe