India internationals star for Railways, Madhya Pradesh and Bengal in Senior One-Day

Railways in action during Women's Senior One Day Trophy 2020-21 © BCCI

Four centuries and two five-wicket hauls headlined Women’s Senior One-Day Trophy on Wednesday (November 3). Hundreds from Uttarakhand’s A N Tomar, Bengal’s Dhara Gujjar and Uttar Pradesh’s Muskan Malik helped their respective sides to wins, while Keerthi Reddy’s unbeaten ton for Hyderabad went in vain. Dayalan Hemalatha with her bowling and Sneh Rana’s aggression with the bat extended Railways’ unbeaten run in Pune.

In the Elite Group B match at the PYC Gymkhana in Pune, Rana’s quick fire 61 not out made light of the chase for Railways against Tamil Nadu. Eariler, Hemalatha starred with the ball to bundle the opposition out for just 111 runs. The off-spinning allrounder accounted for four Tamil Nadu wickets including the top-scorer M D Thirushkamini for 38. Hemalatha finished with enviable figures of four for 19 from just six overs.

Skipper Rumeli Dhar backed up Gujjar’s ton with an all-round performance – she scored 65 before taking three wickets for four runs – to help Bengal thump Himachal by 200 runs. Despite Reddy’s century, Parween Khan’s 82 guided Punjab home by five wickets against Hyderabad. Malik scored 113 in Uttar Pradesh’s 74 runs against Baroda in Nagpur.

Skipper Pooja Vastrakar scored an 84 to take Madhya Pradesh to their third win from as many matches in Elite Group D and Priyanka Sharma’s five-wicket haul helped Haryana trounce Mizoram by ten wickets to register their first win in the same group.

In Elite Group E, C Prathyusha’s four-wicket haul and fifties from D Vrinda and Shubha Satish meant Karnataka continue to stay on top with yet another win. Best bowling figures of the day came from Jammu & Kashmir’s Sandhya – she took six wickets for just nine runs – as they trounced Manipur by nine wickets.

Brief Scores:

Jharkhand 98/10 in 41.4 overs (Sonia 32; Minnu Mani 4/12) lost to Kerala 102/3 in 26.5 overs (Drishya I V 33*, Minnu Mani 31*) by seven wickets

Tripura 181/8 in 49 overs (R R Saha 49; Parunika Sisodia 3/33) lost to Delhi 184/3 in 48.2 overs (Simran Dil Bahadur 59*, Ayushi Soni 50*) by seven wickets

Assam 120/10 in 46.4 overs (Uma Chetry 31; Anuja Patil 3/4) lost to Maharashtra 123/2 in 29.1 overs (Tejal Hasabnis 52*, Anuja Patil 49*; Nirupama Baro 2/23)  by eight wickets

Odisha 251/5 in 50 overs (Madhuri Meheta 81, Sushree Dibyadarshini 72) beat Mumbai 182/10 in 40.4 overs (Vrushali Bhagat 46, H Kazi 45; Madhusmita Behera 2/38) by 69 runs

Tamil Nadu 111/10 in 44.2 overs (M D Thirushkamini 38; Dayalan Hemalatha 4/19) lost to Railways 117/2 in 21.5 overs (Sneh Rana 61*; K N Ramyashri 2/33) by eight wickets

Uttarakhand 231/6 in 50 overs (A N Tomar 124*, Sarika Koli 58; Rajni Devi 2/47) beat Chandigarh 128/10 in 47 overs (Shivani Thakur 33; Amisha B 3/17) by 103 runs

Hyderabad 202/7 in 50 overs (Keerthi Reddy 100*; Mehak Kesar 3/31) lost to Punjab 206/5 in 48.2 overs (Parveen Khan 82, Kanika Ahuja 46*; Yashasri 3/60) by five wickets

Bengal 272/6 in 50 overs (Dhara Gujjar 115, Rumeli Dhar 65; Harleen Deol 3/66) beat Himachal 72/10 in 33 overs (Rumeli Dhar 3/4 , Saika Ishaque 3/8) by 200 runs

Rajasthan 144/10 in 49.4 overs (S L Meena 52; B Anusha 3/35) beat Andhra 142/10 in 46.4 overs (R Kalpana 46; S R Jat 2/14, S L Meena 2/31) by two runs

Gujarat 171/6 in 50 overs (Simran 63, Bhavana Goplani 45; Komal Zanzad 2/32) v Vidarbha 13/0 in 3.2 overs. No result

Mizoram 31/10 in 14.1 overs (Priyanka Sharma 5/11, Amandeep Kaur 0/3) lost to Haryana 34/0 in 5.2 overs (Bhawna Ohlan 20*) by ten wickets

Madhya Pradesh 209/8 in 50 overs (Pooja Vastrakar 84) beat Goa 90/4 in 33 overs (Purvaja P Verlekar 26) by 45 runs (VJD Method)

Chhattisgarh 150/10 in 43.5 overs (H V Borwankar 76; C Prathyusha 4/20) lost to Karnataka 151/3 in 34.1 overs (D Vrinda 67*, Shubha Sathish 64; Ritu Meshram 2/32) by seven wickets

Saurashtra 176/9 in 50 overs (M Jadeja 61; Abirame R 2/26) beat Pondicherry 169/10 in 49.2 overs (Yuvashri 54; Sujan Sama 2/32) by seven runs

Uttar Pradesh 257/8 in 50 overs (Muskan Malik 113, Shipra Giri 71; Tanvir Shaikh 2/29) beat Baroda 183/10 in 45.1 overs (P A Patel 70, B D Surti 47; Rashi Kanojiya 3/46) by 74 runs

Nagaland 169/10 in 47.4 overs (K P Navgire 62, Gautami Naik 57; Hajong 3/16) beat Meghalaya 129/10 in 43.4 overs (Rajni Lodhi 22; Gautami Naik 2/18) by 40 runs

Manipur 75/10 in 27.2 overs (Sandhya 6/9) lost to Jammu & Kashmir 76/1 in 20.3 overs (Rubia Syed 40*) by nine wickets

Arunachal Pradesh 74/10 in 37.3 overs (Manizha Mumtaz 4/11) lost to Sikkim 77/4 in 27.1 overs (Jetsun 23*) by six wickets