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Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 Final: Review – Highlights And Recap

Railways handed Uttarakhand a commendable eight-wicket loss to win the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 Final. The exciting semi-finals of the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024 saw Railways defeat Delhi and Uttarakhand hand Maharashtra a loss which meant Railways would take on Uttarakhand in the coveted finals of this tournament.

Railways have undoubtedly been the team to reckon with. They managed to assert their dominance with yet another clinical win versus Uttarakhand on the 26th of January 2024 in the finals of the tournament; thereby drawing curtains to a successful campaign and ending with a trophy win to their already illustrious cabinet.

Here’s how the match unfolded in the final of the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024:

It was a low-scoring match at the Infipro Sports Club Ground in Vadodara, Railways brushed aside Uttarakhand without breaking a sweat. Earlier in the match, Uttarakhand won the toss and elected to bat first in the final of the Senior Women’s One Day Trophy 2024.

Uttarakhand was off to a tricky start losing Punam Raut and Jasia Akter early on as the early breakthroughs were provided by Simran Dil Bahadur and Renuka K Singh respectively for the Railways. With even Raghvi falling subsequently, Uttarakhand was down three crucial batters. It was then the dependable Sarika Koli and Kanchan Parihar who began the resurrection act and even stitched a crucial 42-run partnership.


While they seemed poised to pile on some more boundaries, it was Sneh Rana who got rid of Koli and Tanuja P Kanwer who dismissed Parihar further complicating the proceedings for Uttarakhand. With Mansi Joshi at one end holding the side, wickets kept tumbling from the other side as Ekta Bisht, Anjali Kathait and Preeti Bhandari were all dismissed cheaply without adding much to the scoreboard.

With Prema LBW and Safina run out, Joshi was not out from the other end at 15 as Uttarakhand crumbled to 84 in 32.1 overs. Railways were commendable with the ball as Renuka K Singh, Sneh Rana, and Rajeshwari Gayakwad scalped two wickets apiece and Simran Dil Bahadur and Tanuja Kanwer with 1 wicket each playing excellent support systems from the other end.

The task was cut out for Railways and a bowling performance like that would pave the way for an easy win. C H Jhansi Lakshmi and S Meghana gave the finest possible starts to the proceedings and after Lakshmi was out dismissed by Safina, Nuzhat Paween chipped in with a wily 20.

But with S Meghana’s knock of 46, Railways was well across the line having sealed a perfect win. Sneh Rana was awarded the ‘Player of the Match’ for her remarkable performance.

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