Gujarat 137 v Uttarakhand 103
Gujarat Won by 34 Runs
Gujarat opening batter Simran struck 69 off 91 deliveries to guide her side to a respectable score. The second innings saw 48 runs from AN Tomar and 24 from Sapna Chaudhary. But, the Uttarakhand scoreboard painted a dismal picture with quite a few zeroes and single-digit scores.
Bengal 181/2 v Tripura 178/6
Bengal Won by 8 Wickets
Tripura scored 178 for the loss of 6 wickets in the first innings. SP Aich picked up three wickets. The chase turned out to be a cakewalk for Bengal with Paramita Roy (83 off 115 deliveries) and Mita Paul (65 off 78 deliveries) unbeaten towards the end of the innings.
Himachal 208/3 v Maharashtra 209/6
Maharashtra Won by 4 Wickets
A century from skipper Sushma Verma and a well made 90 from Neena Chaudhary guided Himachal to a strong total. In response, Maharashtra came all guns blazing with Anuja Patil not out 104 off 105 deliveries and a half-century from Anagha D to chase the target with 4 wickets remaining.
Railways 248/7 v Vidarbha 80
Railways Won by 168 Runs
M D Thirushkamini struck a magnificent century, 101 off 129 deliveries; ably supported by wicketkeeper Nuzhat Parween and captain Mithali to put a heavy target on board. Railway bowling attack led by Ekta Bisht and Sneh Rana wrapped up Vidharba at a meager 80, scalping in three wickets each.
Chhattisgarh 171/6 v Punjab 36
Chhattisgarh Won by 135 Runs
Pratigya Singh bagged a five-for while captain Pransu Priya picked up 4 to the spiral web of duck scores and bundle Punjab innings at a meager 36. Earlier in the day, Yashi Pandey remained unbeaten with a half-century to guide team Chattisgarh to 171 for the loss of 6 wickets.
Haryana 107 v Mumbai 108/4
Mumbai Won by 6 Wickets
Batting first, Haryana struggled to get going as Manali Dakshini bagged 4 wickets and S Thakor picked up 3. An easy chase ensued with a half-century from Esha Oza settling the game in Mumbai’s favor.
Odisha 212/9 v Tamil Nadu 227/4
Tamil Nadu Won by 15 Runs
Contributions coming in from all corners, Tamil Nadu ended up at 227. A half-century from Sushree Dibyadarshini and decent contributions coming in from Madhuri Mehta (39) and Anjali Singh (41) still saw Odisha short of the target by 15 runs.
Jharkhand 181/2 v Saurashtra 178/9
Jharkhand won by 8 wickets
It seems it was raining centuries on Day 3 of the Senior Women ODI Trophy. 111 from 134 balls by Jharkhand opener Rashmi and a half-century from Ruma guided team Jharkhand to a thumping victory over Saurashtra.
Rajasthan 182 v Uttar Pradesh 212/9
Uttar Pradesh Won by 30 Runs
75 from Shobha Devi and 41 from Nishu Chaudhary catapulted Uttar Pradesh to 212 for the loss of 9 wickets. Rajasthan ended on the losing side as PB Sharma and TB Vaishnav anchored the chase in the middle overs but failed to find any substantial support from other batters.