Four four-fors and five-fers each on Day 9 of the Senior One Day Trophy

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It was bowlers’ day out in the Women’s Senior One Day Trophy as four bowlers picked up four wickets each and four others picked five apiece on Friday (March 19).

NY Patel’s five for 20 in Indore helped Baroda bowl Nagaland out for 67 and win by five wickets. Tarannum Pathan made 26 for Baroda. Kanika Ahuja, meanwhile, picked up five for 43 for Punjab but the effort went in vain as Mumbai dismissed them for 98 in pursuit of 160, thanks to JR Pawar’s four for 25.

In another Group D clash in Indore, Madhya Pradesh beat Kerala by 98 runs via VJD Method. Varsha picked five wickets for just 25 runs for Madhya Pradesh, which meant Sajana S’s four for 47 went in vain. Saee Purandare's 53 went in vain for Meghalaya, who lost to Tamil Nadu with Arshi Choudhary picking up three wickets as well as scoring 51.

In their Group E clash in Chennai, Lalita Sharma’s fifer trumped NT Kohale’s four-fer as Delhi beat Vidarbha. Jammu & Kashmir’s Nadia Chowdhary also picked up a four-wicket haul, helping her team beat Bihar in the Plate group match in Bengaluru.

Brief Scores

Group D, Indore

Nagaland 67 all out in 33.1 overs (NY Patel 5/20) lost to Baroda 68/5 in 8.3 overs (Tarannum Pathan 26) by five wickets

Mumbai 159 all out in 43.1 overs (Vrushali Bhagat 43; Kanika Ahuja 5/43) beat Punjab 98 all out in 42.1 overs (Taniya Bhatia 28; JR Pawar 4/25) by 61 runs

Madhya Pradesh 203/9 in 50 overs (Tamanna Nigam 69, Pooja Vastrakar 40; Sajana S 4/47) beat Kerala 97/9 in 44 overs (Minnu Mani 30; Varsha 5/25) by 98 runs via VJD Method

Group E, Chennai

Meghalaya 101 all out in 40.3 overs (Saee Purandare 53; Arshi Choudhary 3/6, SB Keerthana 3/17) lost to Tamil Nadu 104/4 in 16 overs (Arshi Choudhary 51) by six wickets

Delhi 137/9 in 50 overs (NT Kohale 4/22) beat Vidarbha 67 all out in 34.4 overs (Lalita Sharma 5/22) by 70 runs

Himachal 163/8 in 50 overs (Chitra Singh Jamwal 53) lost to Karnataka 165/6 in 40.2 overs (S Shubha 76*) by four wickets

Plate, Bengaluru

Mizoram 185/6 in 50 overs (Buley Ruchita 74) beat Pondicherry 170 all out in 49 overs (Karuna Jain 73; Buley Ruchita 3/20) by 15 runs

J&K 202/8 in 50 overs (Rubiya Syed 57, Bismah Hassan 36) beat Bihar 164 all out in 47 overs (Visalakshi 37; Nadia Chowdhary 4/21) by 38 runs

Sikkim 132 all out in 50 overs (Rini Rajak 31) lost to Manipur 133/3 in 36.5 overs (Ganga W 82*) by seven wickets