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Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 Day 4 Review – Points Table, Top Run-getters And Wicket-takers

Another day of riveting cricket was witnessed at the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024. Be it the scintillating wins, close matches, thrillers, one-sided affairs- Day 4 saw it all.

Here’s a quick overview of everything that transpired on Day 4 of the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024:

Group A

Rain did not play spoilsport as matches in this group finally saw the light of the day.

Odisha vs Tamil Nadu- Tamil Nadu Won by 38 Runs

Odisha was handed a tough loss at the hands of Tamil Nadu at the SLIMS Cricket Ground. Tamil Nadu won the toss and elected to bat first. Not having the best outing with the bat, they could muster only 138/8 as G Kamalini’s 29, and Niranjan Nagarajan’s 16 struggled but skipper S Anusha’s 47 ensured a total that could be defended.

For Odisha, Sushree Dibyadarshini stood out with three wickets, and Rameshwari Naik with two wickets. Odisha had a tough outing with the bat as they were dismissed all out for 100 as only Madhuri Meheta’s 33, and Pragyan P Mohanty’s 21 were knocks worth mentioning in an otherwise shambolic display with the bat.

Chandigarh vs Madhya Pradesh- Chandigarh Won by 15 Runs

In another closely contested match, Chandigarh ended up on the winning end as they handed Madhya Pradesh a 15-run loss at the CAP Ground 4 in Puducherry. Madhya Pradesh won the toss and elected to field first. Posting a not-so-appealing 146/8, Chandigarh had skipper Aaradhana D Bisht lead from the front with a knock of 43 but none of the other batters could stand up to the might of Madhya Pradesh’s bowling as Priti Yadav scalped three wickets with able support from the other bowlers.

Chasing a total that was not so daunting, Madhya Pradesh had its fair share of struggles as losing their top order and middle order cheaply further made their chase impossible to revive and they slipped to a 15-run loss.

Railways vs Assam- Railways Won by 129 Runs

Railways, one of the most dominant outfits in women’s domestic cricket continued to show why they reign supreme with a 129-run victory against Assam at the CAP Ground 2, Puducherry. Railways won the toss and elected to bat first. Scoring 236/9, it was Mona Meshwam’s 84 couped with Dayalan Hemalatha’s 80 and Simran Dil Bahadur’s late cameo of 22 that ensured a scintillating total on the board.

Urmila Chatterjee of Assam fared well with the ball and Assam in return was all out for 107 as none of the batters who got to double digits were able to capitalise and make their stay at the grease count and Railways pounced at all of these weaknesses registering a massive win in what was a collective bowling effort.

Manipur vs Saurashtra- Saurashtra Won by 8 Wickets

In another low-scoring affair at the CAP Ground 3 witnessed Saurashtra pulled off an eight-wicket win against Manipur. Saurashtra won the toss and elected to field first and was commendable with the ball to skittle Manipur for 69 as R B Dabhi and N Oza scalped four and three wickets respectively. Saurashtra then wrapped up the match in 12.3 overs as Ayushi P’s calm and composed 44 was sufficient to ensure a win.

Points Table

Group A standings. [Image: Getty]
Group A standings. [Image: BCCI’s website]

Group B

Jharkhand vs Pondicherry- Jharkhand Won by 25 Runs

In the match contested at MGM School of Sports, Jharkhand scripted an iconic 25-run victory against Pondicherry. Pondicherry won the toss and decided to field first. Jharkhand were able to post 184/6 as Priyanka Luthra’s 39 and Ritu’s 50 coupled with skipper Niharika’s 36 and Khushbu Kumari’s 26 taking them to a fighting total.

Pondicherry who had had a good bowling effort were unable to salvage the match with their batting as Yuvashri’s 34 gave them a start but with E Kavisha, Asha S and the lack of support to Amruta Saran meant Pondicherry slipped to a 25-run loss. On the bowling side of things, Priyanka Luthra was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets even as Durga Murmu and Arti scalped two wickets to commemorate a win!

Tripura vs Vidarbha- Tripura Won by 65 Runs

One of the biggest revelations this season has to be Tripura who registered another win this time versus Vidarbha at the Ravenshaw University Ground 1. Tripura won the toss and elected to bat first. Scoring 191/9 it was wicketkeeper Mouchaity Debnath’s 65, R R Saha’s 40 and other handy knocks that breathed some life into the game.

Komal Zanzad was stellar with the ball taking three wickets, G S Wankar took two and the other bowlers supported well in restricting Tripura. However, in an otherwise forgettable batting outing, Vidarbha was all out for 126 as none of the batters came to the party complicated the proceedings and handed Tripura a massive win.

Karnataka vs Mizoram- Karnataka Won by 6 Wickets

Karnataka finally got back to the winning ways with an assured six-wicket win against Mizorzm at the Barabati Stadium at Cuttack. Mizoram won the toss and elected to bat first. Able to muster up only 68 as one of the batters was able to bat through the innings and for Karnataka had Mithila Vinod and Chandu V scalp four wickets.

The run chase witnessed Karnataka lose four wickets in the pursuit of 69, yet Shishira A Gowda and Veda Krishnamurthy’s knocks coupled with G Divya’s knock were enough to guide them home. For Mizoram, the ever-consistent Tarang Jha was at the forefront with four wickets.

Bihar vs Gujarat- Gujarat Won by 7 Wickets

Gujarat kept up their winning momentum as they notched a seven-wicket victory against Bihar at the KIIT Cricket Stadium in a low-scoring match. Opting to bat first on winning the toss, Bihar scored a lowly 76/9 which was chased down by Gujarat in a span of 21.3 overs without much hassle.

Points Table

Group B standings. [Image: Getty]
Group B standings. [Image: BCCI’s website]

Group C

Jammu and Kashmir vs Uttar Pradesh- Uttar Pradesh Won by 4 Wickets

Uttar Pradesh secured a four-wicket win versus Jammu and Kashmir at the Sports Hub International Cricket Stadium to round up a memorable day. Uttar Pradesh won the toss and elected to field first. Batting first, J & K scored 144/6 as A N Tomar’s and Chitra Singh Jamwal’s similar scores of 52 were the only recognised batting scores as the rest of the batting did not quite deliver.

In the pursuit of 146, UP chased down the total albeit some wickets lost as Arushi’s 58 and the knocks of Anjali Singh and Nishu Choudhary sealed the deal and crucial points.

Goa vs Haryana- Haryana Won by 5 Wickets

Haryanad pulled off a remarkable win versus Goa at the KCA Cricket Ground, Mangalapuram in Trivandrum. Goa won the toss and elected to bat first. In a rare dismal batting effort, they were able to post 153 before being dismissed. Shrey’s 41 and Vinavi Gurav’s knocks of 41 and 59 were the only guiding lights.

Haryana had Sheetal Rana and Sonia Mendhiya with three and four wickets respectively. To back up their bowling performance, Haryana chased down the total in 39.5 overs with Sonia Mendhiya and Sheetal Rana once again stepping it up with the bat to seal a famous win.

Maharashtra vs Rajasthan- Rajasthan Won by 1 Wicket

Another thriller witnessed saw Rajasthan pip Maharashtra by 1 wicket at St Xavier’s KCA Cricket Ground. Rajasthan won the toss and elected to field. Batting first,  Maharashtra got to 131 as only M R Magre and K P Navgire got to scores of 30 odd and the rest of the batting was challenged by the bowlers. Rajasthan then chased down the total in 45.3 overs albeit losing nine wickets as T B Vaishnva, S L Meena and B N Meena held ground to seal a win for the ages.

Points Table

Group C standings. [Image: Getty]
Group C standings. [Image: BCCI’s website]

Group D

Mumbai vs Bengal- Mumbai Won by 25 Runs

In a battle of heavyweights in Group D, Mumbai sealed a 25-run win versus Bengal at the Jamia Milia Islamia ground in Delhi. Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat first. Scoring 200, it was Sanika Chalke’s 87 that was the only splendid performance besides some double-digit contributions for Mumbai to defend.

Jhumia Khatun was the standout bowler for Bengal. In reply, although Bengal looked solid with Dhara Gujjar and Sasthi Mondal’s partnership as they scored 26 and 63, besides skipper Mita Paul and Sukanya Parida- none of the batters delivered and Mumbai stole the show with a 25-run win and a laudable bowling performance.

Hyderabad vs Uttarakhand- Uttarakhand won by 6 Wickets

In another interesting contest, Uttarakhand registered a memorable six-wicket versus Hyderabad at the St. Stephen’s Ground, Delhi. Hyderabad batting first on winning the toss posted 182/7.

G Trisha was brilliant as she scored a knock of 48 with Trisha Poojitha’s 39 and Mamatha’s 35 propelled them to a score worth defending. In 43.3 overs, Uttarakhand wrapped up the proceedings as Raghvi’s 42, Sarika Koli’s 45 and Kanchan Parihar’s 39 ensured a win was sealed.

Chhattisgarh vs Punjab- Punjab Wob by 93 Runs

Punjab registered a massive 93-run win versus Chhattisgarh at the Airforce Complex Ground, Palam II in New Delhi. Chhattisgarh won the toss and elected to field first. Punjab in their first essay got to 215/5 as skipper Taniya Bhatia’s 56 and an even better knock of 71 from Parveen Khan put them in good stead.

In what was a batting collapse for Chhattisgarh, none of the batters were able to contribute which meant they were all out for 122 in their 44.3 overs long stay at the crease. For Punjab, Priya Kumari stood out with four wickets and was ably supported by Komalpreet Kour.

Points Table

Group D standings. [Image: Getty]
Group D standings. [BCCI’s website]

Group E

Andhra Pradesh vs Himachal Pradesh- Himachal Pradesh Won by 28 runs

In a close match and a battle of the finest teams in Group E at the MECON Stadium in Ranchi, Andhra Pradesh won the toss and elected to field first. Batting first, Himachal Pradesh posted a competitive 240/8 on the board as Harleen Deol crafted her way to a brilliant century. With Nikita S Chauhan’s 30, it was a commendable batting effort. For Andhra, N R Shree Charani stood out with her three wickets.

In the run chase that saw the early dismissal of the openers, it was the resilient knock of V Pushpa Latha’s 62 and E Padmaja’s 53 that was the shining grace as the rest of the batting crumbled which meant Andhra slipped to a 28 run loss. The collapse was triggered thanks to a fifer by Yamuna V Rana and Prachi P Chauhan who were perfect with their line and lengths.

Kerala vs Nagaland- Kerala Won by 220 runs

In a completely one-sided affair at the JSCA Oval Ground, Kerala handed Nagaland a massive 220-run defeat. Opting to bat first, Kerala won the toss and elected to bat first. Piling a mammoth 345/6 with Drishya I V’s 44, Vaishna MP’s 98, Arundathi Reddy’s 66 and a late flourish of 27 with Joshitha V J ensured the total.

Nagaland was then bowled out for 125 as R R Mane’s 41 and the openers with knocks of 28 and 16 were the only double-digit scores put up on board in a shambolic batting effort. Kerala’s Vinaya took a five-wicket haul and with Sajana S’ 2 wickets- it was a memorable bowling effort.

Baroda vs Delhi- Delhi Won by 123 Runs

Delhi pummelled Baroda by 123 runs at the JSCA International Stadium Complex. Delhi won the toss and elected to bat first. Posting 260/7 as Laxmi Yadav’s 61, Tanisha Singh’s 56, Nazma’s 50 with Soni Yadav’s 33 and Madhu’s 13 ensured this total.

N Y Patel with two wickets and with the rest of the bowling supporting, Baroda had their task cut out. Skittled for 137, none of the batters was able to show any resistance as Delhi’s Ayushi Soni and Priya Mishra scalped four and three wickets respectively to wrap up the match.

Points Table

Group E standings. [Image: Getty]
Group E standings. [Image: BCCI’s website]

Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 – Top Run-Getters

Shweta Sehrawat continues to dominate the batting charts with 277 runs right at the top of the order, closely followed by Chitra Singh Jamwal (257 runs), Tanisha Singh (230 runs), Shrey (226 runs) and Kashish Agarwal (217 runs).

Top run getters in the Senior Women's One Day Trophy. [Image: BCCI's website]
Top run-getters in the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy. [Image: BCCI’s website]

Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 – Top Wicket-Getters

Asha S’ sustained dominance sees her top the wicket-takers chart with 11 wickets, followed by Tarang Jha at 11 wickets, Krishna D Patel (10 wickets), Durga Murmu (10 wickets) and Priya Mishra (9 wickets).

Top wicket takers in the Senior Women's One Day Trophy. [Image: BCCI's website]
Top wicket-takers in the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy. [Image: BCCI’s website]

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