George's 87*, Kohale's five-for headline Senior One-day Trophy day two

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Jincy George’s unbeaten 87 and Nupur Kohale’s five-wicket haul headlined the second day of the Senior Women’s One-day Trophy on Wednesday (February 19). While George’s valuable knock was the cornerstone of Kerala’s three-wicket win against Haryana, Kohale’s destructive spell of 9.3 overs giving away just 38 runs helped Vidarbha destroy Baroda by 105 runs.

Among others, Karnataka, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh also registered victories in their respective matches. As many as six encounters on the day were won by the sides batting first while five teams won while chasing.

The Goa versus Tripura encounter turned out to be the most interesting match of the day. Batting first, Tripura was bundled out for just 154 runs, thanks to RR Saha’s gutsy 75. In reply, Vinavi Gurav’s 65 kept Goa in the hunt for a victory, but her dismissal in the 41st over turned the tide in favour of Tripura. Coming down the order Nikita (33 not out) did really give Tripura a scare but eventually finished four runs short of the target.

Meanwhile, in the Plate category, the Mizoram versus Jammu & Kashmir clash turned out to be a thriller with the latter prevailing by three wickets. Bismah Hassan was the star performer for Jammu & Kashmir with 3/28 and vital 25 runs in the end that saw her team chase down 121.

Brief Scores:

Group (A and B)

Tamil Nadu 89 all out in 38.2 overs (S Anusha 32; K Dhathri 3/11, Anjali Sarvani 3/17) lost to Andhra Pradesh 91/4 in 23.5 overs (Hima Bindu 43, Pushpa Latha 26; S Anusha 2/17) by six wickets.

Haryana 164 all out in 50 overs (Bhwana Ohlan 75, Mansi Joshi 44; S Sanjana 4/35, VS Mrudhula 2/27) lost to Kerala 165/7 in 46.5 overs (Jincy George 87 not out, T Shani 25; Sheetal Rana 3/30, Priyanka Sharma 2/26) by three wickets.

Delhi 245/3 in 50 overs (Mandeep Kaur 84, Simran Dil Bahadur 63; Sunita Rani 1/40) beat Punjab 180 all out in 43.1 overs (Priyanka Malik 67, Parveen Khan 31; Lalita Sharma 3/29, Soni Yadav 2/19) by 66 runs.

Karnataka 235/8 in 50 overs ( C Parthyusha 77, K Rakshitha 58; Tanuja Kanwar 3/58, Anisha Ansari 2/28) beat Himachal 152/9 in 50 overs (Chitra Jamwal 43, Vandana Rana 29; Sahana Pawar 4/20) by 83 runs.

Tripura 154 all out in 49.1 overs (R R Saha 75; Tejashwini Duragad 3/24, Sanjula Naik 2/27) beat to Goa 150/8 in 50 overs (Vinavi Gurav 65, Nikita 33*; S B Sinha 3/9, M K Rabidas 1/18) by four runs.

Vidarbha 238/7 in 50 overs (D D Kasat 79, Vaishnavi  Khandkar 55; Shalini 3/38, Tarannum Pathan 1/47) beat Baroda 133 all out in 36.3 overs (P A Patel 46, Y H Bhatia 25; Nupur Kohale 5/28, Vaishnavi Khandkar 2/29) by 105 runs.

Group C

Uttar Pradesh 191/8 in 50 overs (Aditi 69, Nishu Choudhary 35; Monikha Das 2/23, Urmila Chatterjee 2/26) beat Assam 138 all out in 49.2 overs (Sapna Choudhary 66; Rashi Kanojiya 2/19) by 53 runs.

Jharkhand 139 all out in 48.5 overs (Durga Murmu 56; Babita Mandlik 3/28, Priyanka 2/25) lost to Madhya Pradesh 142/5 in 44 overs (Pooja Choudhary 41, Priti Yadav 31*; Shanti Kumari 1/18) by five wickets.

Plate Group

Arunachal Pradesh 121 all out in 49.5 overs (Nabam Yapu 33, B Ritu 32; Pankul 3/22, Madhumonti 1/16) lost to Nagaland 125/2 in 23.1 overs (Vaincy Chaudhary 64, Nazma 41; Mari Ado 1/5) by eight wickets.

Chandigarh 188/8 in 50 overs (Amanjot Kaur 84, Monika Pandey 54; Apurva 2/37, Shraddha 2/38) beat Bihar 82 all out in 39.1 overs (Prity 17; Nandani Sharma 4/13, Ambu 2/9) by 106 runs.

Mizoram 120/9 in 50 overs (Prajakta S 44; Bismah Hassan 3/28, Sarla Devi 2/16) lost to Jammu & Kashmir 121/7 in 43.3 overs (Meenu Salathia 52, Bismah Hassan 25; Buley Ruchita 3/15, Apurva Bhardwaj 2/20) by three wickets.
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