Day 6: Tejal Hasabnis, Harleen Deol, Disha Kasat, Shafali Verma’s performance stood out

Day 6 of the Senior Women’s T20 tournament 2021-22 saw 18 matches being played today. Out of the 18 matches, 12 were played in the morning and six were played in the evening. In this article, we will look at the 12 matches that were played in the morning.


Harleen Deol scored an unbeaten Century - 112 Runs in 73 balls in Senior Women's T20 League
Harleen Deol scored an unbeaten Century – 112 Runs in 73 balls in Senior Women’s T20 League

Maharashtra beat Hyderabad by 7 wickets

Maharashtra cruised to a seven-wicket win over Hyderabad at the CAP Ground 3 as they chased down 100 runs in 17.5 overs. Batting first, Hyderabad were restricted to 8-99 in 20 overs as SB Pokharkar wreaked havoc with the ball picking up 3-17 in three overs. Ramya top scored with 35 runs off 38 balls for Hyderabad, while for Maharashtra, Tejal Hasabnis led the run chase with a brilliant 52 not out off 46 balls. On the other hand, for Hyderabad, Yashasri was the pick of the bowlers as she clinched 2-11 in three overs.

  • Hyderabad: 99/8 (20)

Ramya: 35 (38)
SB Pokharkar: 3 Wickets

  • Maharashtra: 103/3 (17.5)

Tejal Hasabnis: 52* (46)
Yashasri: 2 Wickets

Result: Maharashtra Won by 7 wickets

Chhattisgarh beat Bihar by 31 runs

Batting first, Chhattisgarh posted 4-100 in 20 overs against Bihar at the Greenfield Stadium. Shivi Pandey top scored with 34 runs off 37 balls for Chhattisgarh while for Bihar, P Priya and Nivedita starred with the ball as they picked up two wickets apiece. In reply, Bihar could only manage to score 9-69 in 20 overs as they fell short of 31 runs in the end. Pragati Singh fought hard for her 37-ball 29 but kept losing partners at regular intervals. On the other hand, for Chhattisgarh, it was Shraddha Vaishnava who wreaked havoc with the ball claiming 3-11 in four overs.

  • Chhattisgarh: 100/4 (20)

Shivi Pandey: 34 (37)
P Priya: 2 Wickets
Nivedita: 2 Wickets

  • Bihar: 69/9 (20)

Pragati Singh: 29 (37)
Shraddha Vaishnava: 3 Wickets

Result: Chhattisgarh Won by 31 runs

Tamil Nadu beat Tripura by 34 runs

Riding on Nethra L’s 62 not out off 58 balls, Tamil Nadu put together 1-137 in 20 overs against Tripura at the St. Xavier’s KCA Ground. MD Thirushkamini also made a useful contribution of 46 not out off 39 balls to help Tamil Nadu’s cause. On the other hand, Tripura had an off day with the ball. They managed to pick up just the one wicket which came in the form of a run out. In reply, Tripura were bowled out for 103 in 19.1 overs, losing the match by 34 runs. Sulakshana Roy top scored with 20 runs off 38 balls while for Tamil Nadu, SB Keerthana was the pick of the bowlers as she scalped 3-10 in four overs.

  • Tamil Nadu: 137/1 (20)

Nethra L: 62* (58)
MD Thirushkamini: 46* (39)

  • Tripura: 103/10 (19.1)

Sulakshana Roy: 20 (38)
SB Keerthana: 3 Wickets

Result: Tamil Nadu Won by 34 Runs 

Railways beat Chandigarh by 6 wickets

Railways continued to dominate in this tournament as they beat Chandigarh by six wickets at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Batting first, Saurashtra put together 9-103 in 20 overs, thanks to Parushi Prabhakar who top scored with 31 runs off 40 balls. With the ball, Swagatika Rath and Tanuja Kanwer picked up two wickets apiece for Railways. In reply, riding on Mona Meshram’s 31-ball 36, Railways achieved the total in 17.4 overs. For Chandigarh, Kashvee Gautam, Nandani Sharma, Amanjot Kaur and P Guleria struck with one wicket each.

  • Chandigarh: 103/9 (20)

Parushi Prabhakar: 31 (40)
Swagatika Rath: 2 Wickets
Tanuja Kanwer: 2 Wickets

  • Railways: 106/4 (17.4)

Mona Meshram: 36 (31)
Kashvee Gautam: 1 Wicket
Nandani Sharma: 1 Wicket
Amanjot Kaur: 1 Wicket
P Guleria: 1 Wicket

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Result: Railways Won by 6 Wickets

Himachal Pradesh beat Delhi by 7 wickets

Harleen Deol’s all-round brilliance helped Himachal Pradesh register a seven wicket win over Delhi at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium Ground C. Batting first, Delhi posted 9-143 in 20 overs, thanks to Priya Punia and Tanisha Singh, who mustered 44 runs each. For Himachal, Sushmita Kumari, Prachi Chauhan and Harleen Deol accounted for two wickets each. In reply, riding on Deol’s delectable 112 not out off 73 balls, Himachal chased down the total in 19.4 overs. On the other hand, for Delhi, Simran Dil Bahadur was the pick of the bowlers as she struck with 2-20 in four overs.-

  • Delhi: 143/9 (20)

Priya Punia: 44 (45)
Tanisha Singh: 44 (27)

Sushmita Kumari: 2 Wickets
Prachi Chauhan: 2 Wickets
Harleen Deol: 2 Wickets

  • Himachal Pradesh: 144/3 (19.4)

Harleen Deol: 112* (73)
Simran Dil Bahadur: 2 Wickets

Result: Himachal Pradesh beat Delhi by 7 Wickets

Vidarbha beat Uttarakhand by 20 runs

Disha Kasat’s 76 not out off 46 balls helped Vidarbha register a 20-run win over Uttarakhand at the IS Bindra Cricket Stadium, PCA. Vidarbha posted 2-143 in 20 overs, while for Uttarakhand, Radha Chand was the lone wicket-taker as she scalped 1-11 in four overs. In reply, Uttarakhand scored 4-123 in 20 overs, thanks to Raghvi who top-scored with 37 runs off 45 balls. For Vidarbha, Vaishnavi Khandkar was the pick of the bowlers as she struck with 2-20 in three overs.

  • Vidarbha: 143/2 (20)

Disha Kasat: 76* (46)
Radha Chand: 1 Wicket

  • Uttarakhand: 123/4 (20)

Raghvi: 37 (45)
Vaishnavi Khandkar: 2 Wickets

Result: Vidarbha won by 20 runs

Goa beat Uttar Pradesh by 8 Wickets

Goa got the better of Uttar Pradesh at the Maharaja Yadavindra Singh International Cricket Stadium, Mullanpur as they chased down 124 in 19 overs to win the match by eight wickets. Batting first, Uttar Pradesh posted 6-123 in 20 overs, thanks to Nishu Choudhary who top scored with an unbeaten 36 off 26 balls. For Goa, Poorva Bhaidkar starred with the ball as she bagged 2-21 in four overs. In reply, Sanjula Naik led the run chase for Goa with a 50 not out off 55 balls while for Uttar Pradesh, Shilpi Yadav and Rashi Kanojiya were the only wicket takers as they accounted for one wicket each.

  • Uttar Pradesh: 123/6 (20)

Nishu Choudhary: 36* (26)
Poorva Bhaidkar: 2 Wickets

  • Goa: 124/2 (19)

Sanjula Naik: 50* (55)
Shilpi Yadav: 1 Wicket
Rashi Kanojiya: 1 Wicket

Result: Goa won by 8 Wickets

Haryana beat Bengal by 7 wickets

Shafali Verma’s all-round performance helped Haryana clinch a seven wicket win over Bengal. Batting first, Bengal piled up 7-137 in 20 overs, thanks to Deepti Sharma who top scored with 43 runs off 36 balls. For Haryana, Sheetal Rana and Shafali Verma picked up two wickets each. In reply, riding on Shafali Verma’s 75 not out off 46 balls, Haryana made light work of the run chase as they completed the formalities in 18.2 overs. On the other hand, for Bengal, Titas Sadhu was the pick of the bowlers as she bagged 2-8 in four overs.

  • Bengal: 137/7 (20)

Deepti Sharma: 43 (36)
Sheetal Rana: 2 Wickets
Shafali Verma: 2 Wickets

  • Haryana: 141/3 (18.2)

Shafali Verma: 75* (46)
Titas Sadhu: 2 Wickets

Result: Haryana won by 7 Wickets

Punjab beat Saurashtra by 7 wickets

Batting first, Saurashtra piled up 8-107 in 20 overs against Punjab at the JSCA Oval Ground. Jayu Jadega starred with the bat as she registered 35 runs off 43 balls while for Punjab, Neelam Bisht was the pick of the bowlers as she bagged 3-20 in four overs. In reply, Punjab chased down the target with ease as they completed the formalities in 16.5 overs, winning the match by seven wickets. Ridhima Aggarwal led the run chase with a 38-ball 34, while for Saurashtra, Reena M, N Chavda and T Dharani accounted for one wicket each.

  • Saurashtra: 107/8 (20)
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Jayu Jadeja: 35 (43)
Neelam Bisht: 3 Wickets

  • Punjab: 111/3 (16.5)

Ridhima Aggarwal: 34 (38)

Reena M: 1 Wicket
N Chavda: 1 Wicket
T Dharani: 1 Wicket

Result: Punjab won by 7 Wickets 

Nagaland beat Mizoram by 6 runs

Nagaland won their fifth match on the trot in the tournament as they beat Mizoram by six runs at the ACA Stadium, Barsapara. Batting first, Nagaland posted 4-106 in 20 overs, thanks to Kiran Navgire and Gautami Naik who chipped in with 31 runs each. On the other hand, for Mizoram, Tarang Jha and Apurwa Bhardwaj struck with two wickets each. In reply, Mizoram fought hard as they took the game all the way down the wire. Shweta top-scored with 26-ball 27 to lead the run chase however could not find able allies. Gautami Naik starred with the ball for Nagaland as she claimed 3-17 in four overs.

  • Nagaland: 106/4 (20)

Kiran Navgire: 31 (23)
Gautami Naik: 31 (33)
Tarang Jha: 2 Wickets
Apurwa Bhardwaj: 2 Wickets

  • Mizoram: 100/9 (20)

Shweta: 27 (26)
Gautami Naik: 3 Wickets

Result: Nagaland won by 6 runs

J&K beat Pondicherry by 8 runs

In a nail-biting thriller, J&K beat Pondicherry by just eight runs at the Amingaon Cricket Ground, Guwahati. Batting first, J&K posted 8-90 in 20 overs, thanks to Sheerazah Banoo who top-scored with 31 runs off 49 balls. On the other hand, for Pondicherry, Rebecca was the pick of the bowlers as she scalped 3-9 in four overs. In reply, Pondicherry fought hard but fell short of eight runs in the end. Bhakti Tamore was the lone warrior in the run chase as she mustered 20 runs off 26 balls while for J&K, Bismah Hassan starred with the ball as she picked up 4-20 in four overs.

  • J&K: 90/8 (20)

Sheerazah Banoo: 31 (49)
Rebecca: 3 Wickets

  • Pondicherry: 82/8 (20)

Bhakti Tamore: 20 (26)
Bismah Hassan: 4 Wickets

Result: J&K won by 8 runs

Kerala beat Meghalaya by 8 wickets

Kerala handed a crushing eight wicket defeat to Meghalaya as they chased down 59 runs in just 5.1 overs at the Siechem Stadium. Batting first, Meghalaya was bowled out cheaply for 58 in 19.3 overs, thanks to Keerthy James, Minnu Mani, Sajana S and Darsana Mohanan who picked up two wickets each. On the other hand, Rajni Lodhi was the lone warrior for Meghalaya as she top scored with 24 runs off 30 balls. For Kerala, Akshaya A led the charge with an unbeaten 25 off 15 balls to see her side home. With the ball, for Meghalaya, Debasmita Dutta and Ajima claimed one wicket each. 

  • Meghalaya: 58/10 (19.3)

Rajni Lodhi: 24 (30)

Keerthy James: 2 Wickets
Minnu Mani: 2 Wickets
Sajana S: 2 Wickets

Darsana Mohanan: 2 Wickets

  • Kerala: 60/2 (5.1)

Akshaya A: 25* (15)
Debasmita Dutta: 1 Wicket
Ajima: 1 Wicket

Result: Kerala won by 8 wickets

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I am a former cricketer having represented Mumbai University at All India University level. I was a part of MCA probables for the U-19 and U-23 age group. I have been an avid cricket writer for the last five years. Currently I am pursuing my Ph.D from IIT Bombay.

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