Summary: Day 8 – Women’s Senior One Day Trophy 2019-20

Assam 168/9 v Jharkhand 178/5
Jharkhand Won by 10 Runs
A four-wicket haul from Arti helped restrict Jharkhand to 178 for the loss of 5. Losing openers early, Monikha Das and Sapna Chaudhary ignited hopes for Assam but a lower order batting collapse put up the odds in Jharkhand’s favor.

Baroda 107 v Himachal 196/9
40 from Neena Chaudhary and 45 from captain Sushma Verma put up a respectable total on board for Himachal. Baroda in reply never got going and stood all out at 107 with PG Kohlan picking up 6 wickets.
Himachal Won by 89 Runs

Goa 102/4 v Vidarbha 99
Goa Won by 6 Wickets
Vidarbha batter DD Kasat struck a half-century but zero support from the other end meant a collapse for 99. Goa managed to chase the target within 25 overs winning the match by 6 wickets.

Karnataka 218/3 v Tripura 120/9
Karnataka Won by 98 Runs
90 from G Divya and a sublime half-century from Rakshitha K posted a mammoth first inning total on board for Karnataka. Tripura meanwhile stumbled and could only manage 120 in their quota of 50 overs.

Andhra 199/2 v Haryana 198/5
Andhra Won by 8 Wickets
Riding on wicketkeeper batter Sonia Khatri’s unbeaten 79, Haryana ended at 198 for 5. In reply, Pushpa Latha (81) and Jhansi Lakshmi (62) stitched a vital partnership in the middle and steered Andhra to victory.

Delhi 87/4 v Tamil Nadu 83
Delhi Won by 6 Wickets
3 wickets from Lalita Sharma and a couple each from Manju A and Babita Negi restricted Tamil Nadu to just 83. Delhi managed to chase the target comfortably in just 27 overs.

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Kerala 113/4 v Punjab 112
Kerala Won by 6 Wickets
Losing wickets at regular intervals, Punjab bundled up at a meagre 112. 46 runs from Jincy George guided Kerela to a comfortable 4 wicket victory.

Hyderabad 148/8 v Uttar Pradesh 147
Hyderabad Won by 2 Wickets
Uttar Pradesh stood all out at 147 runs in the first innings. A half-century from Mamtha Kanojia sealed the deal for Hyderabad with 8 balls to spare.

Madhya Pradesh 65/2 v Uttarakhand 64
Madhya Pradesh Won by 8 Wickets
Batting first, Uttarakhand stood all out for a paltry 64 runs. Salonee Dongare bagged a five-wicket haul as Madhya Pradesh chased the target with ease winning the match by 8 wickets.

Bihar 158 v Mizoram 159/5
Mizoram Won by 5 Wickets
Wicketkeeper batter Prajakta S laid the foundation for the Mizoram chase with a well made 48 runs. Significant partnerships in the middle took the match home for the Mizo side.

Pondicherry 196/8 v Sikkim 73
Pondicherry Won by 123 Runs
With captain Latika Kumari (42 off 59 balls) leading from the front, Pondicherry managed to stun Sikkim by a huge margin of 123 runs. Sikkim stood all out at 31 overs as bowler Jaya bagged a four-wicket haul.

J & K 147 v Manipur 71
J & K Won by 76 Runs
J& K ended at 147 with little contributions from all corners. A five-wicket haul from Sarla Devi wrapped up the Manipur innings at just 71.

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