Summary: Day 2 – Women’s Senior One Day Trophy 2019-20

Hyderabad 190/6 vs Uttarakhand 127/9

Hyderabad Won by 63 Runs
Hyderabad posted a decent first inning total of 190 after 66 runs from S K Sravanthi Naidu and decent contributions from other middle-order batters. Uttarakhand innings stumbled as Bhogi Shravani bagged 3 wickets while Yashasri and Mahesh Kavya bagged a couple each.


Durga Murmu struck a half-century for Jharkhand but with other batters failing to contribute, Jharkhand wrapped up its innings at 139. Madhya Pradesh chased the target with ease with 5 wickets remaining.

Baroda 133 v Vidarbha 238/7

Vidarbha won by 105 Runs

Vidarbha posted a might first innings total of 238 runs riding on half-centuries from top three batters L M Inamdar, Vaishnavi Khandkar and D D Kasat. NT Kohale bagged a five – fer in the second innings to restrict Baroda to 133.

Goa 150/8 v Tripura 154

Tripura Won by 4 Runs

75 runs from R R Saha remained the highlight of Tripura innings. The Goa innings saw wicketkeeper Vinavi Gurav chipping in with essential 65 runs before her team fell short of the target by 4 runs.

Himachal 152/9 v Karnataka 235/8

Karnataka Won by 83 Runs

Half-centuries from the bat of captain Rakshitha K and C Prathyusha propelled Karnataka to 235 for the loss of 8 wickets. Decent contributions from the middle order kept Himachal in the chase, but a lower-order collapse at the end wiped out their chances at victory.

Andhra 91/4 v Tamil Nadu 89

Andhra Won by 6 Wickets

Succumbing to opposition bowling, Tamil Nadu wrapped up their innings at a paltry score of 89 which Andhra managed to chase comfortably.

Delhi 245/3 v Punjab 180

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Delhi Won by 65 Runs

A strong foundation by openers Priya Punia and Vandana Chaturvedi, followed by a blistering 84 from Mandeep Kaur and 63 from Simran Dil Bahadur were instrumental in putting 245 runs on board for Delhi. After a decent start, a middle and lower order collapse put the match in Delhi’s tide.

Haryana 164 v Kerala 165/7

Kerala Won by 3 Wickets

Haryana put 164 onboard which turned out to be an easy task for Kerela. Jincy George remained unbeaten on 87 to guide her team to victory.

Assam 138 v Uttar Pradesh 191/8

Uttar Pradesh Won by 53 Runs

After a half-century from captain Aditi, Uttar Pradesh posted 191 on board. Sapna Chaudhary, the lone warrior remained unbeaten on one end while Assam witnessed a batting collapse, ultimately losing the match by 53 runs.

Arunachal Pradesh 121 v Nagaland 125/2

Nagaland Won by 8 Wickets
Arunachal Pradesh posted an easy target of 121 which Nagaland managed to chase comfortably with8 wickets in hand.

Bihar 82 v Chandigarh 188/8

Chandigarh Won by 106 Runs
Nandini Sharma took a four-fer to dismiss Bihar batting and set them back by a huge margin of 106 runs.

Mizoram 120/9 v J & K 121/7

J & K Won by 3 Wickets

A half-century from captain Meenu Singh Salathia took Jammu & Kashmir to victory. Earlier in the day, Bismah Hassan and Sarla Devi shared 5 wickets between them to wrap up Mizoram innings for 120.

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