Summary: Day 6 – Women’s Senior One Day Trophy 2019-20

Saurashtra 80 v Uttar Pradesh 84/2
Uttar Pradesh Won by 8 Wickets
A string of low scores and cheap dismissals saw Saurashtra being bundled for a mere 80 runs in the first innings. Uttar Pradesh chased the target easily, winning the match by 8 wickets.

Baroda 115/9 v Railways 118/2
Railways Won by 8 Wickets
Baroda could only manage a mere 115 runs in their quota of 50 overs. Railway chased the target within 32 overs, winning the match by 8 wickets.

Bengal 209 v Himachal 121
Bengal Won by 88 Runs
An exquisite 93 from Paramita Roy and 40 from Mita Paul ended the first innings at 209 for Bengal. Meanwhile, Himachal batters failed to get going, getting dismissed cheaply, standing all out at 121.

Maharashtra 196/7 v Vidarbha 195/6
Maharashtra Won by 3 Wickets
A well made century from Vidarbha batter D Kasat (108 off 134 balls) ended in a losing cause as 77 from Anuja Patil, and decent contributions from Shivali Shinde and S Lonkar helped team Maharashtra take the match home.

Andhra 186/9 v Odisha 238/4
Odisha won by 52 Runs

A fabulous opening partnership of 122 followed by middle-order contributions, posted a huge target of 238 runs for Andhra. Andhra losing its openers early rode on decent middle contributions but ultimately fell short of the target by 52 runs.

Chhattisgarh 177/7 v Haryana 181/3
Haryana Won by 7 Wickets
Chattisgarh wrapped up at 177 with Yashi Pandey top-scoring with a half-century. Half-century from opener Bhawna Ohlan, 30 runs from Shivangi Chauhan followed by a well-crafted knock of 67 from skipper Sheetal Rana landed a comfortable victory for team Haryana.

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Mumbai 87 v Tamil Nadu 202
Tamil Nadu Won by 115 Runs
Half-centuries from Niranjana Nagarajan and S Anusha propelled Tamil Nadu to a worthy total of 202 in the first inning. A dismal batting performance saw team Mumbai all out on 87 at the end of 35 overs. S Anusha and E Eloksi chipped in three wickets each to lead Tamil Nadu to a comfortable victory.

Assam 53 v Rajasthan 54/4
Rajasthan Won by 6 Wickets
In a low scoring encounter, Assam bundled out for a meek 53 runs, courtesy a five-wicket haul from S Kalal. Rajasthan managed to chase the total in 22 overs with 6 wickets in hand.

Gujarat 146/7 v Jharkhand 200/6
Jharkhand Won by 54 Runs
Half-centuries from Sonia and Ruma posted 200 on board for Jharkhand. Apart from a well knocked 96 runs from opening batter Simran, none of the other Gujarat batters managed to hold ground. Jharkhand captain Niharika bagged 4 wickets to dismantle the opposition batting lineup.

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