Summary: Day 6 of Women’s U-23 T20 Trophy 2019-20

Summary: Day 6 of Women’s U-23 T20 Trophy 2019-20
Date and Day: 19th November 2019, Tuesday

86th Match: Assam vs Kerala (Judges Field, Guwahati)
Despite being a low scoring contest the match went up to last over. Kerala eventually won by 6 wickets. Brief Scores – Kerala 84/4 in 19.5 overs (37-Minnu Mani & Rashmi Dey -2 for 6) won over Assam in 82/7 in 20 overs (35- Uma Chetry & Mrudula Suresh- 2 for 10) by 6 wickets.

88th Match: Goa vs Arunanchal Pradesh (JKC College Ground, Guntur)
Goa women’s team showed an all-round performance and won the match against Arunachal.
Brief Scores – Goa 170/5 in 20 overs (54- Sanjula Naik & Shivangi Tyagi -2 for28) Defeated Arunanchal 46/5 in 20 overs (19-Megha Sharma & Sanjula Naik- 2 for 9) by 124 runs.

89th Match: Bengal vs Chhatisgarh (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
Chhattisgarh Women’s team short fell of efforts and Bengal defeated them by 18 runs in this contest.
Brief Scores – Bengal 132/3 in 20 overs in 2.3 overs (49- Prativa Rana & Shraddha Vaishnava- 1 for 24) Defeated Chhattisgarh 114/4 in 20 overs (68- Devika Vaidya & Shrayosi – 1 for 19) by 18 runs.

90th Match: Cricket Association of Mizoram vs Maharashtra (Siechem Stadium, Puducherry)
Mizoram was totally dominated by Maharashtra in this game in Puducherry. Brief Scores – Maharashtra 193/4 in 20 overs (47-Aditi Gaikwad & Dinpuii- 1 or 31) defeated Mizoram 36/8 in 20 overs (13- Sandhya Kumari & Priyanka Sahoo – 3 for 7) by 125 runs.

91st Match: Hyderabad vs Mumbai (CAP Ground 2, Puducherry)
Mumbai showed their strength and won the game against Hyderabad by 9 wickets. Brief Scores – Mumbai 61/1 in 15.4 overs (23-Vrashali Bhagat) won over Hyderabad 60/7 in 20 overs (16-Veramalla & Jahnvi Kate-2 for 10) by 9 wickets.

92nd Match: Meghalaya vs J&K (Alur Cricket Ground III, Bangalore)
J&K Women’s team emerged as winners in this match against Meghalaya as the bowlers of the side took responsibility and helped to win. Brief Scores – J&K 123/4 in 20 overs (50-Nadia Mohd & Luiza Tamang -1 for 22) Defeated Meghalaya 48/7 in 20 overs (15- Luiza Tamang & Hassan Talie – 2 for 7) by 75 runs.

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93rd Match: Madhya Pradesh vs Punjab (Alur Cricket Ground III, Bangalore)
Madhya Pradesh Women’s team won this contest against Punjab by successfully defending their low score total.
Brief Scores – Madhya Pradesh 113/4 in 20 overs (57- Salonee Dangore & Komalpreet-1 for 10) Defeated Punjab 92/10 in 18.3 overs (24- Neetu Singh & Nitya Tiwari -3 for 11) by 21 runs.

94th Match: Baroda vs Jharkhand (Shastri Medan, Anand)
Another low scoring game for the day Haryana Women’s team defeated Baroda, all credits to their bowlers.
Brief Scores – Jharkhand 86/6 in 20 overs (44- Rashmi Gudhia & Jaya Mohite-2 for 12) defeated Baroda 62/10 in 19.4 overs (13- Yastika Bhatia & Devyani Prasad-4 for 14) by 24 runs.

95th Match: Gujarat vs Nagaland (Gokulbhai Somabhai Patel Stadium, Nadiad)
Gujarat being one of the top teams in this tournament, again dominated their opponents here by defeating Nagaland by a humongous margin of 157 runs. Brief Scores – Gujarat 183/3 in 20 overs (86- Bhavana & Ananya Halder-1 for 37 ) defeated Nagaland 26/7 in 20 overs (9- Ayantika Guha & Krutikaben -2 for 5) by 157 runs.

96th Match: Delhi vs Railways (Judges Field, Guwahati)
Another low scoring affair and one-sided game, Railways won over Delhi by 8 wickets. Brief Scores – Railways 90/2 in 15.2 overs (37- Nuzhat Parveen & Tanu Kala-1 for 15) won over Delhi 89/2 in 20 overs (38- Simran Bahadur & Sindhuja -2 for 19) by 8 wickets.

97th Match: Andhra vs Chandigarh (JKC college ground, Guntur)
Andhra outplayed Chandigarh in this contest by sending all the players in the pavilion in two digit score.
Brief Scores – Andhra 149/5 in 20 overs (70- Jhansi Challa & Kashvi Gautam-2 for 33) defeated Chandigarh 62/10 in 19.1 overs (26- Amanjot Kaur & Anjali -3 for 12) by 87 runs.

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98th Match: Himanchal vs Odisha (RVR & JC college ground, Guntur)
Hyderabad Women’s team defended their low scoring total successfully by defeating Maharashtra in a low scoring contest. Brief Scores – Himanchal 82/0 in 12.5 overs (49- Shivani Singh) Won over Odisha 81/10 in 19.4 overs (23- Anjali Singh & Tajinder Singh -3 for 8) by 10 wickets.

100th Match: Tamil Nadu vs Rajasthan (CAP Ground 2, Puducherry)
This low scoring game had a nail-biting last over thriller contest, where Tamil-Nadu eventually defeated Rajasthan by 1 run. Brief Scores – Tamil Nadu 111/7 in 20 overs (35- Keerthana & Siddhi Sharma – 3 for 16) defeated Rajasthan 110/8 in 20 overs (38- Archna Saini & Ramyashree – 2 for 25) by 1 run.

101st Match: Karnataka vs Uttar Pradesh (Alur Cricket Ground III, Bangalore)
Again a one-sided low scoring affair, where Uttar-Pradesh Women’s Team emerged victorious over Karnataka effortlessly. Brief Scores – Uttar Pradesh 98/5 in 19 overs (46- Muskan Malik & Sahana Pawar- 1 for 16) won over Karnataka 97/10 in 19.3 overs (18- Shubha Satish & Anjali Singh-3 for 19) by 5 wickets.

102nd Match: Haryana vs Manipur (Shastri Medan, Anand)
Haryana 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 of 206 runs.
Brief Scores – Haryana 245/3 in 20 overs (79- Sheetal Rana & Hanjabam-2 for 34) defeated Manipur 39/9 in 20 overs (12- Thokchom Chanu & Diksha Sharma-4 for 6) by 206 runs.

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