Saurashtra 177/9 v Uttarakhand 120/7
Saurashtra won by 57 Runs
Half-century from captain Jayu Jadeja guided Saurashtra to a score of 177 for the loss of 9 wickets. The second innings saw a substantial partnership between AN Tomar and Preeti Bhandari but failed to gain any momentum further on. Saurashtra bowlers bowled economically with N Chavda picking up 3 wickets and N Oza picking up 2 to guide their team to a 57 run win over Uttarakhand.
Bengal 242/8 v Goa 150/9
Bengal Won by 92 Runs
Half-century from Paramita Roy followed by decent contributions from the middle order helped Bengal post a momentous first inning total. Goan batters Sanjula Naik and Sunanda contributed vital runs in the middle but to no avail. Losing wickets at regular intervals cost Goa the game.
Karnataka 76 v Railways 266/5
Railways Won by 191 Runs
94 from opening batter Punam Raut and a magnificent century from Mithali Raj (121 off 123 deliveries) posted 266 onboard for Railways. Meanwhile, Karnataka innings stood bowled out at 76 with none of the batters managing to cross the 20 run mark. Preeti Bose with 3 wickets and Swagatika Rath and Ekta Bisht with a couple each fared for trickling Karnataka down.
Maharashtra 75/1 v Tripura 74
Maharashtra Won by 9 Wickets
With just two batters managing to score double-digit runs, Tripura wrapped up at a meager 75 in the first innings. The chase turned out be a cakewalk for Maharashtra with a 2nd wicket partnership between wicketkeeper S Shinde and captain Anagha D doing the honors.
Chhattisgarh 165/6 v Delhi 164
Chhattisgarh Won by 4 Wickets
Losing wickets at regular intervals, half-centuries from Ayushi Soni and Simran Dil Bahadur kept Delhi afloat bringing up 165 at the end of 50 overs. Chhattisgarh chased the target with ease as Shivi Pandey remained unbeaten at 87 to take her side home by 4 wickets.
Kerala 85 v Odisha 166/7
Odisha Won by 81 Runs
Significant contributions from the lower order helped Odisha to 166 for the loss of 7 wickets. Kerela lineup meanwhile struggled with a string of low scores with none of the batters crossing the 20 run mark. 3 wickets each from Sushree Dibyadarshini, Madhusmita Behera and Priyanka Priyadarshini handed over Odisha a victory by 81 runs.
Mumbai 241/7 v Punjab 47/9
Mumbai Won by 194 Runs
Ample contributions from all corners brought up a huge first inning total for Mumbai. Punjab perished in the ensuing chase, with the batting lineup crumbling like a pack of cards. Eventually, the highest score by a Punjab batter was a mere 11 runs. S Thakor picked up 4 wickets for team Mumbai.
Gujarat 142/7 v Hyderabad 143/3
Hyderabad Won by 7 Wickets
Gujarat batters struggled against the Hyderabad bowling attack managing just 147 in 50 overs. Bhogi Shravani picked up 4 wickets for her team Hyderabad and was instrumental in breaking the backbone of the Gujarat batting lineup. Half-centuries from Ramya (59) and Mamtha Kanojia (67) took the match home for Hyderabad.
Madhya Pradesh 101/2 v Rajasthan 99
Madhya Pradesh Won by 8 Wickets
Rajasthan bundled up at mere 99 runs on board with none of the batters leaving a mark. Madhya Pradesh chased the target comfortably with Tamanna Nigam unbeaten on 59 taking her team to the finish.
Arunachal Pradesh 105/6 v Pondicherry 316/0
Pondicherry Won by 215 Runs (VJD Method)
A solid opening partnership that saw centuries from both openers, captain Latika Kumar (156 off 146 deliveries) and BS Tamore (127 off 142 deliveries) posted a humongous first innings total of 316 for Pondicherry. Meanwhile, Arunachal managed only 105 in their stipulated quota of 48 overs losing the match by a huge margin of 215 runs.
Mizoram 99/6 v Manipur 98
Mizoram Won by 4 Wickets
A below par first inning total by Manipur was chased by Mizoram within 32 overs. Interestingly, both innings were laced with a helluva lot of extras and quite a lot of batters getting dismissed on ducks.
J & K 130 v Chandigarh 133/3
Chandigarh Won by 7 Wickets
J&K batters failed to keep the scoreboard ticking and managed to score just 130 runs in the first innings. Kumari Shibhi and Manisha Badhan picked up 3 wickets each to spiral the J&K innings down. Chandigarh chased the target with ease raking in substantial contributions from Amanjot Kaur (45) and Monika Pandey (38).