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ACC Women’s Premier Cup 2024 Day 3: Review – Highlights and Recap

After intriguing, lopsided, thrilling encounters headlined Day 1 and 2 of the ACC Women’s Premier Cup 2024; Day 3 presented its fair share of interesting matches and player performances. It is pertinent to note that the results of the day and the results of the first two days, ensured that the quarter-finalists of the tournament were decided and set in stone.

Here’s how Day 3 of the ACC Women’s Premier Cup 2024 unfolded:

Group A

Kuwait vs Malaysia- Kuwait Won by 27 Runs

Kuwait handed Myanmar, a 27-run defeat in Kuala Lumpur in their Group A match. Batting first, Kuwait posted 125/8 with knocks of 27 from Zeefa Jilani, 19 from Amna Tariq and 10 from Suchitha Lita D Sa ensuring a competitive total. Myanmar had Shwe Yee Win scalp four wickets and she was instrumental in restricting the run flow with support from Theint Soe.

Myanmar got off to a tricky start in the run chase losing Khin Myat and Htet Aung early on but it was the decisive partnership of Zon Lin and skipper Theint Soe that offered some resistance. However, their dismissals led to a domino effect and led to a string of batters getting dismissed cheaply, leading to Kuwait sealing a 27-run win.

Thailand vs Singapore- Thailand Won by 86 Runs

Thailand cruised to an 86-run win versus Singapore in a dominant fashion. With Suwanan Khiaoto’s 74 coupled with skipper Naruemol Chaiwai’s 33, Rosenan Kanoh’s 20 and Chanida Sutthiruang’s 12- a big total was always on the cards as Thailand scored 162/5.

Dismissing Singapore for 76, it was Chayanisa Phengpaen’s three wickers, Thipatcha Putthawong and Chanida Sutthiruang’s two wickets each that paved the way for a famous win.

Group B

Oman vs China- China Won by 8 Wickets

China pulled off one of the most remarkable wins in the tournament versus Oman. Skittling Oman for a dismal 56 as Xu Qian and Mengting Liu scalp three wickets each with support coming from the other bowlers. In return, China had Sun Meng Yao headline the run-chase with a scintillating 32 with contributions of Zi Mei, Huang Zhuo and Han Lili helping register a famous win.

Japan vs UAE- UAE Won by 10 Wickets

Japan slumped to a 10-wicket defeat to the UAE. Batting first, Japan posted 67/7 with none of the batters converting their starts. UAE had a remarkable bowling effort as Vaishanave Mahesh scalped three wickets with support from the other bowlers. The UAE chased down the total with skipper Esha Oza’s 24 and Kavisha Egodage’s 34 sealing the win for UAE without any hassle.

Group C

Malaysia vs Bahrain- Malaysia Won by 126 Runs

Malaysia romped to a massive 126-run win versus Bahrain. Malaysia, batting first posted a mammoth 188/3 on the board. With Elsa Hunter’s 68, Mas Elysa’s 66 and 22 extras conceded by Bahrain, coming to the fray.

In the run-chase that followed, Bahrain lost their top three cheaply and even as skipper Deepika Rasangika soldiered on with a knock of 43, wickets constantly kept falling led them to slip to 62 all out handing Malaysia a 126-run defeat. For Malaysia, with the ball it was Mahirah Izzati Ismail who stood out with a five-wicket haul.

Indonesia vs Qatar- Indonesia Won by 9 Wickets

Indonesia sailed to a nine-wicket win versus Qatar in Kuala Lumpur. Qatar, batting first had a dismal batting effort as none of the batters came to the party and delivered as they ended up with a score of 67/9 on the board. Indonesia had Ni Wayan Sariani star with three wickets, Ni Made Putri Suwandewi, and Ni Luh Dewi pocket two wickets apiece in what was a disciplined bowling outing.

In the run chase that ensued Ni Luh Dewi’s 34 and Maria Xorazon’s 24 ensured that the total was chased down in a span of 12.1 overs.

Group D

Hong Kong vs Bhutan- Hong Kong Won by 72 Runs

Hing Kong scripted an iconic 72-run win versus Bhutan in Match 20 of the tournament. Batting first, Hong Kong posted 160/3 in their 20 overs. Driven by the knocks of Kary Chan (69) and Mariko Hill (56)- Hong Kong looked in a comfortable position for a win.

Struggling to chase down the total, Bhutan found the going tough. Karma Dema marched on from one end with a knock of 33 but with no other batter chipping in, they skipped to 88/6 falling 72 runs short of the total.

Nepal vs Maldives- Nepal Won by 214 Runs

In what was the biggest win cemented by Nepal in a clinical showing, a 214-run loss was handed to Maldives in Bangi. Batting first, Nepal posted 227/4 as Rubina Chhetry got a delightful century, a knock of 118 coming from 59 deliveries and Puja Mahato’s 59 coming in handy.

It was always going to be a challenging and daunting total for the Maldives, who then succumbed to a 214-run drubbing getting dismissed for a miserly 13. For Nepal, it was Ashmina Karmacharya who starred with four wickets, Puja Mahato and Rubina Chhetry with three wickets.

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