Twelve matches were played on the fourth day of Senior India Women’s One Day League across the country. Here is the round up:
Elite Group A and B
Maharashtra vs Railways
After a rare top order failure by Railways, run a ball 80 by Krishnamurthy and some late blitz by all-rounder Arundhati Reddy (48* off 27) help Railways beat a weakened Maharashtra side by 52 runs (Mandhana [WBBL], Patil [injured while fielding] and Vaidya [viral infection]). Hasabnis bags 3 wickets for Maharashtra while Poonam shines with 3 for Railways.
Railways 231/6 (V Krishnamurthy 80, T Hasabnis 3/52) beat Maharashtra 179/7 (S Mane 55, P Yadav 3/46) by 52 runs.
Chattisgarh vs Goa
A Shikha Pandey-less Goa side loses another match as Shyla Alam and Urmila Harina bag 3 wickets each to restrict them to 148 losing by 26 runs to Chattisgarh. While batting first, Shivi Pandey top scored with 60 to help Chattisgarh put 174 on the board.
Chattisgarh 174/5 (S Pandey 60, S Naik 2/44) beat Goa 148/8 (Sunanda 40, U Harina 3/23) by 26 runs.
Punjab vs Saurashtra
Opener Jasia Akhter stars for Punjab with 76 as Punjab puts 199 on the board. They beat Saurashtra by 91 runs as the chasing side could end up putting 108 before getting bundled out. Sunita Rani picks up 2 wickets by just giving 5 runs in her 8 over spell with 5 maidens to her name.
Punjab 199/8 (J Akhter 76, R Dabhi 3/18) beat Saurashtra 108/10 (R Ruparel 27, S Rani 2/5) by 91 runs.
Karnataka vs Mumbai
An all round performance by India star Jemimah Rodrigues helps her side beat Karnataka comprehensively by 7 wickets. Rodrigues picked up 2 wickets with the ball, scored 2 run outs before hitting an unbeaten 78 as Karnataka were bundled for 125 and Mumbai easily chasing down.
Mumbai 126/3 (J Rodrigues 78*, S Pawar 2/13) beat Karnataka 125/10 (G Divya 32, S Thakor 4/28) by 7 wickets.
Bengal vs Delhi
Some excellent bowling performances from both the sides with Kaur leading the onslaught for Delhi and Lakshmi starring for Bengal picking 4 wickets with able support from captain Goswami (3/17) and Sharma (3/28). Bengal beat Delhi by 24 runs led by Mahapatra hitting the lone half century of the match.
Bengal 178/10 (M Mahapatra 57*, M Kaur 4/29) beat Delhi 154/10 (P Punia 47, S Lakshmi 4/33) by 24 runs.
Kerala vs Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu beat Kerala in another low scoring encounter as Kerala fail to chase down a score of 186 led by Hemlatha’s 67 (the only half century of the match). Ramyashri picks up 4 wickets for Tamil Nadu. They beat Kerala by 20 runs.
Tamil Nadu 186/7 (D Hemalatha 67, M Mani 2/46) beat Kerala 166/10 (Asha S 36, K Ramyashri 4/37) by 20 runs.
Elite Group C
Jharkhand vs Odisha
Jharkhand chase down Odisha’s total of 68 easily with only 3 wickets falling for them. Before that, they bundled down Odisha for 68 with Kavita bagging 3 wickets without giving away any run. Priyanka scores 29 in the chase for Jharkhand.
Jharkhand 72/3 (Priyanka 29, P Priyadarshini 1/7) beat Odisha 68/10 (S Dibyadarshini 12, Kavita 3/0) by 7 wickets.
Himachal vs Hyderabad
Neena Chaudhary’s unbeaten 49 help Himachal beat Hyderabad by 4 wickets as the side from north chase down the total with over 12 overs to spare. Batting first, Hyderabad put up 148 on the board with Deol and Singh bagging 2 wickets each for Himachal.
Himachal 152/6 (N Chaudhary 49*, H Yadav 3/27) beat Hyderabad 148/10 (V Pooja 34, R Singh 2/20) by 4 wickets.
Madhya Pradesh vs Team Rajasthan
On the back of an 81 by Babita Mandlik and her 94 runs partnership with Varsha Choudhary, Madhya Pradesh put up a daunting total of 202 on the board. Rajasthan get beaten by 138 runs with only P Sharma scoring in double figures (29). None of the other batters could cross the score of 6.
Madhya Pradesh 202/3 (B Mandlik 81, S Bishnoi 2/38) beat Team Rajasthan 64/10 (P Sharma 29, V Choudhary 2/6) by 138 runs.
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Cricket Association of Mizoram vs CAP
A double century partnership between CAP openers with each of them scoring a century help them put a score of 319 on the board against a weak Mizoram side. Mizoram get beaten by 232 runs after getting bundled for 87 with Gouher bagging 4 wickets. Iram Khan, the only positive in Mizoram’s side with an unbeaten 33 and 2 wickets.
CAP 319/4 (L Kumari 122, I Khan 2/53) beat Mizoram 87 (I Khan 33*, Gouher 4/19) by 232 runs.
Arunachal Pradesh vs Manipur
Saba Siddiqui’s 4/6 with 4 maidens bundle Arunachal for 44 in a chase of 198 as another one-sided contest takes place in the Plate Group. Ganga’s 42 help Manipur put up a total of 198 on the board in the 1st innings. None of the Arunachal batters claim double digit scores with six claiming ducks.
Manipur 198/9 (Ganga W 42, N Rajput 3/27) beat Arunachal Pradesh 44/10 (N Rajput 7, S Siddiqui 4/6) by 154 runs.
Nagaland vs Sikkim
V Karuna Jain misses out on a well deserved century getting out on 98 to take Nagaland’s total to 214 before Ayantika’s 4/28 bundle Sikkim for 160 as Nagaland beat Sikkim by 54 runs.
Nagaland 214/7 (V Karuna Jain 98, P Acharya 2/34) beat Sikkim 160/10 (Archana 34, Ayantika 4/28) by 54 runs.
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