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Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 Day 7 Review – Points Table, Top Run-Getters and Wicket-Takers

With the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 reaching the business end of its proceedings, Round 7 of the tournament witnessed some interesting encounters. The results of today made it clear as to how the knockouts will play out.

Making their way to the pre-quarterfinals are Tamil Nadu, Mumbai, Vidarbha and Himachal Pradesh. Making headway into the quarter-finals are Delhi, Uttarakhand, Tripura and Railways. Based on the outcomes of the pre-quarterfinals and the quarter-finals, the semi-finalists and subsequently, the finalists will be decided.

Here’s how Day 7 unfolded of Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024:

Group A

Chandigarh vs Odisha- Chandigarh Won by 12 Runs

In another low-scoring affair that turned out to be a thriller at the CAP Ground 3 in Puducherry, Chandigarh sealed a memorable 12-run win versus Odisha. Opting to field first on winning the toss, Odisha did a splendid effort with the ball to skittle Chandigarh to a below-par 108 but Monika Pandey’s 51 was a special knock.

Priyanka Priyadarshini of Odisha scalped four crucial wickets and with Rima Lakshmi Ekka’s three wickets- it was a commendable bowling effort. The run chase, however, was far from ideal for Odisha who slipped to a 12-run loss as none of the set batters could convert their starts and drive the team home.

Saurashtra vs Tamil Nadu- Tamil Nadu Won by 9 Wickets

In a closely contested Group A encounter, Tamil Nadu sealed a nine-wicket win versus Saurashtra at the CAP Ground 2. Saurashtra won the toss and elected to bat first but could only score 151/7 on the board and TN’s S B Keerthana with a fifer was a delight to witness. TN in reply chased down the total in 39 overs as the experienced campaigner M D Thirushkamini’s 105 coupled with A Eloksi’s 37 was crucial to register a win.

Manipur vs Railways- Railways Won by 286 Runs

In what was a complete dominance displayed by Railways who exerted their supremacy with a 286-run win, it was Manipur who was on the receiving end of this routing. Batting first, Railways mounted on a massive total of 347/7 as S Meghana’s 45, C H Jhansi Lakshmi’s 50, Mona’s 74, Dayalan Hemaltha’s 80 and crucial knocks down the order helped post a total of this nature.

Manipur in return folded for 61 as Rajeshwari Gayakwad’s three wickets coupled with two wickets from Dayalan Hemalatha and Preeti R Bose wrapped up the match in 40.1 overs.

Assam vs Madhya Pradesh- Madhya Pradesh Won by 15 Runs

Madhya Pradesh defeated Assam by 15 runs in a closely contested match at the SLIMS Cricket Ground. MP won the toss and decided to bat first with Anushka Sharma scoring 42 but the late exploits of Soumya Tiwari who raked up a crucial 61 that meant there was a total to defend.

Assam in return was all out for 174 and agonisingly slipped to a 15-run defeat as the set batters Uma Chetry, Rubina Pegu and Jintimani Kalita could not salvage the proceedings. Vaishnavi Sharma was scintillating with a five-wicket haul and paved the way for the win.

Points Table

Group A standings. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Group A standings. [Image: BCCI’s Website]
Group B

Jharkhand vs Mizoram- Jharkhand Won by 9 Wickets

Jharkhand registered a commendable 9-wicket win versus Mizoram at Ravenshaw University Ground 1 in Cuttack. Mizoram won the toss and elected to bat first but were dismissed 109 all out as Jharkhand’s Devyani and Arti scalped three wickets each. The run chase witnessed Jharkhand chase down the total in 18.1 overs as opener Rashmi’s 61 was the guiding light in the run-chase.

Gujarat vs Vidarbha- Vidarbha Won by 8 Wickets

In a decisive Group B encounter at the Barabati Stadium, Gujarat was handed an eight-wicket loss by Vidarbha. Opting to bat first on winning the toss, Gujarat was all out for 120 as none of the batters could withstand the might of the Vidarbha bowlers. Saloni Rajput and Komal Zanzad were the pick of the bowlers.

Vidarbha in return were rocked early on in the run chase losing their openers but skipper Disha Kasat’s 52 and B S Fulmali’s 55 secured an easy win for Vidarbha.

Bihar vs Karnataka- Karnataka Won by 153 Runs

Karnataka who has been blowing hot and cold in the tournament sought a massive 153-run win versus Bihar at the MGM School of Sports in Cuttack. Karnataka posted a total of 259/9 as Niki Prasad’s 58, Vrinda Dinesh’s 52 and Mithila Vinod’s 61 ensured a competitive score on the board.

Bihar’s P Priya was clinical with her four scalps but the run chase was far from it for Bihar who succumbed to 106/9 in their fifty overs as Karnataka had a memorable and fitting bowling performance.

Pondicherry vs Tripura- Pondicherry Won by 81 Runs

Pondicherry brushed aside Tripura with an 81-run win at the KIIT Cricket Stadium in Bhubaneshwar. Scoring 294/5 in their first essay- Pondicherry had Tamanna Nigam, their skipper lead from the front with a stellar knock of 140, E Kavisha’s 72 and Asha S’ 65 meant a big total on the board was guaranteed and delivered. T

rue to their fighting spirit, Tripura posted 213/4 on the board as R R Saha scored 85 but with the other batters piling on the dot balls with no intent to get across the line, Pondicherry stole the show with an 81-run win.

Points Table

Group B standings. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Group B standings. [Image: BCCI’s Website]
Group C

Meghalaya vs Uttar Pradesh- Uttar Pradesh Won by 8 Wickets

In a low-scoring match at St Xavier’s KCA Cricket Ground in Trivandrum- Uttar Pradesh pulled off an easy eight-wicket win. Skittling Meghalaya for a meagre 34, UP’s Sonam Yadav was stellar with seven wickets and dismantled Meghalaya’s batting.

In the subsequent run chase, UP chased down the total in a mere seven overs with clinical knocks of Tripti Singh and Shipra Giri taking them across the line.

Goa vs Rajasthan- Goa Won by 4 Wickets

Another decisive Group C match saw Goa edge out Rajasthan by 4 wickets at the KCA Cricket Ground, Mangalapuram in Trivandrum. Rajasthan batting first posted 190/8 with A D Garg scoring 85 and S L Meena’s late cameo ensuring a respectable total of 190/8 on the table.

Goa’s Sunanda was fantastic with her fifer and had the support of the other bowlers to restrict the Rajasthan batting. In spite of losing six wickets, Goa chased down the total in 46.1 overs taking the match down to the wire as Tarannum Pathan’s calm and composed 52 was critical in nailing the run-chase.

Jammu and Kashmir vs Maharashtra- Maharashtra Won by 145 Runs

Maharashtra stepped up to the occasion and ensured a 145-run win versus Jammu and Kashmir at the Sports Hub International Cricket Stadium in Trivandrum. Batting first, Maharashtra scored 290/5 on the board with T S Hasabnis scoring a crucial 77 and skipper Devika Vaidya’s 98 being the icing on the cake. A A Patil’s run-a-ball 47 was the perfect way to end the innings.

J & K had A N Tomar’s 40 with Chitra Singh Jamwal’s 59 setting a base but it was after their dismissals, the batters were unable to capitalise in the run-chase and see themselves across the line.

Points Table

Group C standings. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Group C standings. [Image: BCCI’s Website]
Group D

Arunachal Pradesh vs Punjab- Punjab Won by 10 Wickets

Punjab got back to winning ways with a clinical 10-wicket win against Arunachal Pradesh at the St. Stephen’s Ground in Delhi. Punjab won the toss and strategically elected to field first.

Dismissing Arunachal Pradesh for 60, it was Priya Kumari and Mannat Kashyap who were the pick of the bowlers with five and three wickets respectively. Punjab then chased down the total in 6 overs as Riddhima Aggarwal’s attacking 48 off 25 ensured an easy win was sealed.

Mumbai vs Uttarakhand- Uttarakhand Won by 1 Wicket

In what was the biggest upset of the day, Uttarakhand pulled off a 1-wicket win versus Mumbai at the Jamia Milia Islamia ground in New Delhi. Mumbai posted 150/8 batting first in what was a rare batting failure yet skipper Humairaa Kaazi’s 60 and Sayali Satghare’s 54 were remarkable.

Mansi Joshi and Anjali Kathait were at the forefront for Uttarakhand scalping three wickets each at a miserly economy. In reply, Uttarakhand braved all the challenges and with Jasia Akhter’s 53 and the unbeaten Raghvi who scored 41, ensured they were across the line in this memorable win.

Chhatisgarh vs Hyderabad- Hyderabad Won by 14 Runs

Hyderabad raced to a 14-run win versus Chhattisgarh at the Airforce Complex Ground, Palam II. Batting first, Hyderabad posted 185/6 with G Trisha’s 42, Mamatha’s 51 and Trisha Poojitha’s 53; other dismissals did not help their cause. Chhattisgarh seemed on track to chase down the total with Kriti Gupta’s 83 but with none of the other batters making the most of their starts, Hyderabad won by a miniscule margin of 14 runs setting up an interesting win.

Points Table

Group D standings. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Group D standings. [Image: BCCI’s Website]
Group E

Delhi vs Sikkim- Delhi Won by 9 Wickets

Delhi registered a nine-wicket win against Sikkim at the JSCA Oval Ground. Dismissed for 98, Sikkim did not have the most memorable outing with the bat. For Delhi, it was Priya Mishra’s four wickets coupled with Ayushi Soni’s three wickets which were crucial.

Delhi chased down the total at a staggering run rate of 12.77 as Shweta Sehrawat’s 47 off 21 coupled with knocks from Priya Punia and Ayushi Soni got them across the line.

Baroda vs Nagaland- Baroda Won by 210 Runs

In a high-scoring match, Baroda scripted a 210-run win against Nagaland at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi. Batting first, Baroda piled on a massive 316/4 as Amrita Joseph scored 107 and Radha Yadav’s 90, Gautami Naik’s 53- it was a good outing with the bat. Nagaland was dismissed for 106 even though S K Raut scored a valiant 52, yet they were handed a 210-run loss.

Andhra vs Kerala- Kerala Won by 6 Wickets

In the Andhra vs Kerala encounter at the MECON stadium, batting first Andhra got to 256 as crucial knocks from M Durga, V Sneha Deepthi and N Anusha and a late flourish from V Pushpa Latha were clinical. For Kerala, it was Keerthy K James who scalped five wickets and stood out and Minnu Mani took three wickets. Kerala then backed up their bowling performance by chasing the total as Vaishna MP’s 62 and S Sajana’s 92 coupled with Arundathi Reddy’s 64 was enough to seal the deal for Kerala.

Points Table

Group E standings. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Group E standings. [Image: BCCI’s Website]

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

At the end of the group stage, Shweta Sehrawat’s memorable run sees her at the top of the batting charts with 454 runs and with Pratika (334 runs), Punam Raut (334 runs), Tanisha Singh (331 runs) and Chitra Singh Jamwal (327 runs) occupy the next four positions.

Top 10 Run Getters. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Top 10 Run Getters. [Image: BCCI’s Website]

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

The surprise package Priya Mishra with 19 wickets is at the #1 position followed by Vinaya, Krishna D Patel and Tarang Jha with 17 wickets each occupying the next three positions and Asha S with 16 wickets capped off the top five list.

Top 10 Wicket Takers. [Image: BCCI's Website]
Top 10 Wicket Takers. [Image: BCCI’s Website]

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