Day 11: Disha Kasat’s unbeaten century powers Vidarbha to a four-run win over Karnataka

The Women’s Senior One Day Tournament saw nine matches being played on Sunday. In this article, we will have a quick look at all nine fixtures.

Kerala vs Nagaland

Kerala took on Nagaland in round five of the Elite Group D. Batting first, Nagaland was bowled out for just 54 runs in 28.4 overs. In reply, Baroda completed the formalities in 5.2 overs, winning the match by nine wickets. The top performers in the match were Alemienla (13 runs) and Sariba (1-12 in 2 overs) from Nagaland and Shani T (32 not out) and Minnu Mani (4-9 in 8 overs) from Kerala.

Mumbai vs Baroda

In the same group, Mumbai locked horns with Baroda. Batting first, Mumbai scored 188-9 in 50 overs. In reply, Baroda chased down the target in 48.3 overs, winning the match by three wickets. The top performers in the match were Vrushali Bhagat (39 runs) and Fatima Jaffer (2-30 in 10 overs) from Mumbai and P A Patel (66 runs) and Kesha (3-36 in 10 overs) from Baroda.

Punjab vs Madhya Pradesh

The third match of the day in Elite Group D was played between Punjab and Madhya Pradesh. Batting first, Madhya Pradesh posted 200-8 in 50 overs, and in reply, Punjab fought tooth and nail only to lose by 10 runs. The top performers of the match were Tamanna Nigam (38 runs) and Poonam Soni (5-28 in 10 overs) from Madhya Pradesh and Taniya Bhatia (56 runs) and Mehak Kesar (2-27 in 10 overs) from Punjab.

Himachal Pradesh vs Meghalaya

In the fifth round of Elite Group E, Himachal Pradesh and Meghalaya clashed against each other. Batting first, Meghalaya was bundled out for a paltry 28 in 20.1 overs and in reply, Himachal Pradesh cruised to victory in four overs, winning the match by 10 wickets. The top performers in the match were Hajong (8 runs) from Meghalaya and Tanuja Kanwer (6-10 in 10 overs) and S M Singh (17 not out) from Himachal Pradesh.

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Karnataka vs Vidarbha

In another match in Elite Group E, Karnataka took on Vidarbha. Batting first, Vidarbha put together 216-5 in 50 overs, and in reply, Karnataka fell shy of just four runs. The top performers in the match were Disha Kasat (126 not out) and N T Kohale (3-34 in 10 overs) from Vidarbha and S Shubha (85 runs) and Chandu V (3-17 in 9.3 overs) from Karnataka.

Delhi vs Tamil Nadu

In the same group, Delhi and Tamil Nadu locked horns with each other. Riding on S Anusha’s half-century, Tamil Nadu posted 132 runs in 49.4 overs. In reply, Delhi crossed the line in 41.2 overs, winning the match by six wickets. The top performers in the match were S Anusha (77 runs) and Niranjana Nagarajan (4-23 in 10 overs) from Tamil Nadu and Shweta Sehrawat (35 runs) and Babita Negi (3-34 in 10 overs) from Delhi.

Jammu Kashmir vs Pondicherry

In round seven of Plate Group, Pondicherry took on Jammu Kashmir. Batting first, Jammu Kashmir was bowled out for 148 in 42.5 overs. In reply, Pondicherry ran away with the game in 33 overs, registering a 10-wicket win. The top performers in the match were Sarla Devi (53 runs) from Jammu Kashmir and Bhakti Tamore (76 not out) and Amruta Saran (3-50 in 8.5 overs) from Pondicherry.

Manipur vs Arunachal Pradesh

Another match in the Plate Group was played between Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh. Batting first, Arunachal Pradesh posted 146-9 in 50 overs. In reply, Manipur overhauled the target with ease in 29.5 overs, winning the match by five wickets. The top performers in the match were Nabam Yapu (49 runs) and N Yakar (2-23 in 4.5 overs) from Arunachal Pradesh and Rebika S (37 not out) and Ganga W (4-23 in 10 overs) from Manipur.

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Bihar vs Mizoram

In the same group, Bihar and Mizoram locked horns against each other. Batting first, Mizoram was bowled out for 128 in 47 overs and in reply, Bihar achieved the target in 43.3 overs, winning the match by six wickets. The top performers in the match were Prajakta Shirwadkar (52 runs) and Apurwa Bhardwaj (1-25 in 10 overs) from Mizoram and Apurva Kumari (39 not out and 2-21 in 10 overs) from Bihar.

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I am a former cricketer having represented Mumbai University at All India University level. I was a part of MCA probables for the U-19 and U-23 age group. I have been an avid cricket writer for the last five years. Currently I am pursuing my Ph.D from IIT Bombay.

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