Date and Day: 15th November 2019, Friday
35th Match: Bihar vs Tripura (Judges Field, Guwahati)
Tripura Women’s team won the match quite comfortably as the bowlers of the side bundled up Bihar in 24 runs only in 15th over after Tripura set up a target of 109 runs for the opponent to chase. Tripura won the match against Bihar by 85 runs. Brief Scores – Tripura 109/6 in 20 overs (29-Suravi Roy & Apurva Kumari -2 for 12) Defeated Bihar in 24/10 in 15.1 overs (7- Priyanka Kumari & Mampi 4 for 3) by 85 runs.
36th Match: Delhi vs Cricket Association of Uttrakhand (NFRSA Ground, Guwahati)
In a low scoring match where Uttrakhand Women’s team could not score an average total for the opponent to chase, they managed to put up a total of only 50 runs, Delhi chased the target slowly but successfully in 13 overs. Brief Scores – Delhi 51/3 in 13.3 overs (15-Simran Bahadur & Nisha Mishra -2 for 8) won over Uttrakhand 50/10 in 20 overs (18-Jyoti Giri & Ria Sharma 2 for 6) by 7 wickets.
37th Match: Arunanchal Pradesh vs Himanchal (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
Another extremely low-scoring affair, Himanchal Women’s team Defeated Arunanchal by 10 wickets in the third match of the day by chasing a below-par score of 14 runs in 2.3 overs. Brief Scores – Himanchal 15/0 in 2.3 overs (7- Kashish Verma) Defeated Arunanchal 14/10 in 15 overs ( 9- Shivangi Tyagi & Preeti Kahlon- 5 for 6) by 10 wickets.
38th Match: Bengal vs Chandigarh (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
Himanchal Women’s team bowlers outperformed Chattisgarh by sending all the batters back to the pavilion with a double-digit score. Brief Scores – Bengal 76/10 in 19 overs (28-Ambika Guha & Amanjot -4 for 15) Defeated Chandigarh 28/9 in 15.3 overs (13-Shivangi Yadav & Shreya- 1 for 5) by 48 runs.
39th Match: Cricket Association of Mizoram vs Mumbai (Siechem Stadium, Puducherry)
Another low-scoring affair and one-sided match, Mumbai Women’s team Clinched victory over Hyderabad by 10 wickets. Brief Scores – Mumbai 24/0 in 2 overs (11-Sejal Raut) won over Mizoram 23/10 in 17.1 overs (6- Sandhya Kumari & Saima – 4 for 7) by 10 wickets.
40th Match: Cricket Association of Pondicherry vs Tamil Nadu (CAP Ground 2, Puducherry)
Tamil Nadu Women’s team registered an easy victory Pondicherry after sending the whole team back in less than 60 runs while they had to chase 109 runs to win, all credits to their bowling. Brief Scores – Tamil Nadu 109/6 in 20 overs (63-Arshi & Sonal Patil-2 for 8) Defeated Pondicherry 59/10 in 20 overs (12-Ramya Latha & Keerthana-4 for 3) by 48 runs.
41st Match: Punjab vs J&K (IAF Cricket Ground, Bangalore)
Punjab Women’s team emerged as winners in this match against J&K as the bowlers of the side took responsibility and helped to win. Brief Scores – Punjab 72/2 in 9.5 overs (42-Riddhima & Nadia-1 for 19) Won over J&K 71/6 in 20 overs (27- Rifat Chaudhary & Amarpal Kaur – 2 for 8) by 8 wickets.
43rd Match: Gujarat vs Saurashtra (Shastri Medan, Anand)
In yet another low scoring game for the day, Gujarat’s Women’s team over-all performance helped the side to win over Haryana. Brief Scores- Gujarat 57/2 in 11.5 overs (31- Haniban Patel & Reena Mota-1 for 15) won over Saurashtra 56/8 in 20 overs (16- Puja & Pinal Talpada -4 for 18) by 6 wickets.
44th Match: Haryana vs Nagaland (Gokulbhai Somabhai Patel Stadium, Nadiad)
Haryana Women’s team showed an all-round performance. The batters and bowlers contributed to the satisfying victory over Nagaland by a big margin. Brief Scores – Haryana 159/1 in 20 overs (85- Sheetal Rana & Ananya-1 for 22) defeated Nagaland 41/8 in 19.5 overs (10- Tulika Kumar & Parmila Kumari-3 for 2) by 118 runs.
45th Match: Assam vs Railways (NFRSA Ground, Guwahati)
In yet another One-sided game for the day, Railway’s Women’s team bowlers helped the side to win over Haryana. Brief Scores – Railways 97/3 in 16.3 overs (29- Nuzhat Parween & Ruhina Pegu-1 for 6) won over Assam 92/7 in 20 overs (35- Uma Chetry & Arti Dhama -2 for 17) by 7 wickets.
46th Match: Andhra Pradesh vs Chhatisgarh (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
Despite being a low scoring game for the day, the game went up to last over where Andhra Women’s team emerged victorious in the encounter against Chhatisgarh. Brief Scores – Andhra 125/4 in 20 overs (58- Avula & Tejal-1 for 22) won over Chhatisgarh 124/2 in 20 overs (49- Yashi Pandey & Sindhuja -2 for 19) by 6 wickets.
47th Match: Goa vs Odisha (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
This game was one of the most interesting games of this year’s entire tournament till now, a last-ball thriller game where Odisha Women’s team reached the winning line leaving Goa behind. Brief Scores – Odisha 122/6 in 20 overs (26- Anjali Singh & Shreya Purab-2 for 13) defeated Goa 120/5 in 20 overs (51- Purvaja & Dharani Thappetla-3 for 7) by 2 runs.
48th Match: Hyderabad vs Maharashtra (Siechem Stadium, Puducherry)
Hyderabad Women’s team defended their low scoring total successfully by defeating Maharashtra in a low scoring contest. Brief Scores – Hyderabad 90/9 in 20 overs (37- Ramya Doli & Maya Sonawane-3 for 23) defeated Maharashtra 65/10 in 18.1 overs (29- Charmy Gawai & Trisha-3 for 4) by 25 runs.
49th Match: Sikkim vs Rajasthan (CAP Ground 2, Puducherry)
In yet another low scoring game for the day, Rajasthan women’s team quite smoothly clinched victory over Sikkim in this encounter. Brief Scores – Rajasthan 39/0 in 7.3 overs (22- Sumitra Jat) won over Sikkim 38/10 in 16.3 overs (16- Sarojini & Arpita Chaudhary -2 for 10) by 10 wickets.
50th Match: Karnataka vs Vidarbha (IAF Cricket Ground, Bangalore)
Again a one-sided low scoring affair, where Karnataka Women’s Team emerged victorious over Vidarbha effortlessly. Brief Scores – Karnataka 32/0 in 5.1 overs (16- Prathyusha) won over Vidarbha 31/10 in 14.1 overs (9- Gargi Wankar & Monika Patel -2 for 7) by 10 wickets.
51st Match: Baroda vs Manipur (Gokulbhai Somabhai Patel Stadium, Nadiad)
Baroda Women’s team showed an all-round performance while giving the opponents an emphatic score to chase. The batters and bowlers contributed to the satisfying victory over Manipur by a humongous margin. Brief Scores –
Baroda 245/3 in 20 overs (125- Yastika Bhatia & Haurungbam-2 for 55) defeated Manipur 39/9 in 20 overs (9- Thokchom Chanu & Jaya Mohite-3 for 3) by 206 runs.