Railways, Mumbai, Delhi and Bengal register a win

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Bengal chose to bat first making a total of 109 with the help of Prativa who scored 56. The Vidarbha players couldn’t manage to score even a 100 runs. After the wicket of Vaishnavi Khandkar, Vidarbha just toppled at 99-9. Bengal triumphed by 10 runs.



In the consecutive match, Railways won by 4 wickets. Gujarat won the toss and chose to bat first and could only accumulate the score of 99 runs. Bharti Bawa of Railways was the pick of bowlers picking up 3 wickets. Railways scored 100 with a few stumbles and 2 overs to spare. Similarly, Mumbai bowled out Baroda for 94 to register a six-wicket win. Baroda skipper’s knock of 42 went in vain as it couldn't bring her team home.



Punjab lost against Delhi by a whisker. Delhi put forward a mere total of 86. Punjab opener, Ridhima Aggarwal scored an unbeaten half-century but the victory eventually was Delhi’s. After the joint efforts of Arti Dhama, Simran Dil Bahadur and Arushi Goel, Delhi was victorious by the margin of 3 runs.



Super League:



Group A



Railways beat Gujarat by 4 wickets.



Mumbai beat Baroda by 6 wickets



Group B



Delhi beat Punjab by 3 runs



Bengal beat Vidarbha by 10 runs

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