Sneh Rana picks six; Mandeep Kaur's futile 97; Ananya Upendran's allround efforts in vain in One Day Trophy

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Sneh Rana picks six; Mandeep Kaur's futile 97; Ananya Upendran's allround efforts in vain in One Day Trophy

Sneh Rana in action. © Getty Images

Mandeep Kaur top-scored with 97 runs for Delhi against Odisha and Sneh Rana, who had a memorable 26th birthday, thanks to her six wicket-haul for Railways against Goa were the standout batting and bowling performances respectively on the first day of the Women's Senior One Day trophy. Eight of the 12 matches games were won defending totals, which highlights the kind of day the teams had.

Baroda, Karnataka, Railways, Odisha, Andhra, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan registered victories over Maharashtra, Bengal, Goa, Delhi, Mumbai, Chattisgarh, Gujrat and Hyderabad respectively in the elite matches.

The match between Maharashtra and Baroda went right down to the wire as Baroda beat by just five runs. In a low scoring game batting first Baroda posted 143 on back of J Mohite's 38 and Tarannum Pathan's 32. While chasing 144, Maharashtra's batters led by Anuja Patil kept them in the hunt before she departed for 46. Kesha was the pick of the bowlers for Baroda with five wickets. Elsewhere in Mumbai, Sneh Rana picked up six wickets for Railways to bundle Goa out for just 92 runs.

In the plate matches, Ananya Upendran's allround efforts were not enough as Sikkim went down by just one run against Jammu & Kashmir. Upendran picked up four wickets and scored 108 runs to almost steer Sikkim to victory before Jammu & Kashmir's bowlers triggered a late collapse by picking six wickets for just 22 runs. Meanwhile, Pondicherry beat Manipur by 110 runs and Nagaland beat Meghalaya by 88 runs.

Brief Scores:

Group (A and B)

Baroda 143 all out in 46.5 overs (J Mohite 38, Tarannum Pathan 32; AA Patil 3/13, SB Pokharkar 3/38) beat Maharashtra 139 all out in 38 overs (Anuja Patil 46, Anagha D 28; Kesha 5/23, Janaki Rathod 2/23) by four runs.

Bengal 193 all out in 50 overs (Pramita Roy 43, Gouher Sultana 29; Chandu V 4/33; Niki Prasad 3/39) lost to Karnataka 194/6 in 48.3 overs (Vanitha V R 64, S Shubha 48; M Maji 2/24, Jhumia Khatun 2/27) by four wickets.

Railways 199/4 in 50 overs (MD Thirushkamini 53, Mithali Raj 52*; Sunanda 2/43, Rupali Chavan 1/34) beat Goa 92/10 in 34 overs (Shrey 31: Sneh Rana 6/25, Asha S 4/23) by 107 runs.

Mumbai 197 all out in 50 overs (Sayali Satghare 57, Manali Dakshini 43; Anjali Sarvani 3/28, K Dhatri 2/35) lost to Andhra Pradesh 201/6 in 46.4 overs (P V Sudharani 61, E Padmaja 58; Sayali Satghare 2/41) by four wickets.

Chhattisgarh 72/10 in 42 overs (Shilpa Sahu 33; Shani T 4/9, Aneena Mathews 3/8) lost to Kerala 75/2 in 24.1 overs (Jincy George 37*, Deepthi J S 28; Shyla Alam 1/12) by eight wickets.

Delhi 214/6 in 50 overs (Mandeep Kaur 97, Priya Punia 62; Priyanka Priyadarshini 2/46, Sujata Mallik 2/47) lost to Odisha 216/6 in 49 overs (Pragyan Mohanty 57, Sushree Dibyadarshini 54*; Neha Chhillar 1/22) by four wickets.

Group C

Saurashtra 146/8 in 50 overs (Riddhi Ruparel 32, Sarasvati K 27*; Urmila Chatterjee 3/16) beat Assam 145 all out in 48.3 overs (Monikha Das 52, Archana Dutta 33; Jayu Jadeja 3/29) by one run.

Madhya Pradesh 179 all out in 49.4 overs (Babita Mandlik 72, Tamanna Nigam 30; Retal Patel 2/32; Renuka Chaudhari 2/37) beat Gujrat 114 all out in 45.2 overs (Bhavana Goplani 27; Babita Mandlik 2/14, Salonee Dangore 2/17) by 65 runs.

Rajasthan 166/6 in 50 overs (T B Vaishnav 60, J U Bijarnya 25; Bhogi Shravani 2/21, G Trisha 1/26) beat Hyderabad 160 all out in 48.5 overs (Rachana Kumar 37, Anitha K 33; SS Kalal 3/15; AD Garg 2/29) by six runs.

Plate

Pondicherry 215/5 in 50 overs (B S Tamore 97, Radhi 54; Nanoa T 1/25, Mina Devi 1/29) beat Manipur 105 all out in 47 overs (Ganga W 39; Divya Shanmugam 3/10; Radhi 2/16) by 110 runs.

Jammu & Kashmir 163/8 in 50 overs (Sarla Devi 48, Anju Devi 24; Ananya Upendran 4/40, Shubi Pandey 2/28) beat Sikkim 162 all out in 49.4 overs (Ananya Upendran 108; Sandhya 3/27; Rubia Syed 2/22) by one run.

Nagaland 202/7 in 50 overs (Munia 44, Ayantika 37; D D Dutta 2/28, Vandana Mahajan 2/46) beat Manipur 114 all out in 43.1 overs (Vandana Mahajan 32, Tiew 29; Trishna Nair 3/13; Nazma 3/29) by 88 runs.
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