Amandeep Kaur, Prerana G R star in round 5 to help Haryana, Karnataka qualify for pre-quarters

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Seven-wicket haul from Amandeep Kaur, Shivali V Kumari’s six-fer headlined round five of the Under-19 One Day Trophy as their feats helped Haryana and Himachal register ten wicket wins on Monday (October 4). Kaur’s feat took Haryana to the pre-quarters against Andhra even as Himachal missed out on a berth in Elite Group E.

Centuries from Prerana G R and Aachal Valanju were the other highlights of the day, while the former’s ton helped Karnataka to a huge win against Tripura as they qualified for the pre-quarter final of the tournament against Bengal. Although Valanju’s century went in vain, Mumbai have qualified to play Sikkim in the first pre-quarter final.

Uttarakhand and Punjab are poised to play each other in the fourth Quarter Final, while Hyderabad, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh will face the winners from the pre-quarters.

In the match at the Railway Stadium in Vizag, Kaur ran through Chattisgarh line-up taking seven wickets giving away only six runs from her 8.4 overs to help Haryana bundle them out for 80. Chasing the meager target for the win, Kaur opened the batting with skipper Sonia Mendhiya and put on an unbeaten 83-run partnership to help them to a huge win – their third in the tournament – and a berth in the pre-quarters. Mendhiya scored 51 not out while Kaur contributed with 31.

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In the Group E match at the RCA Academy Ground in Jaipur, Prerana G R came in at three and smashed an unbeaten 114 from 101 balls. She put on a 138-run partnership with Pooja D to take Karnataka to 266 for four from their fifty overs. In reply, Tripura were skittled out for just 39.

Brief Scores:

Vidarbha 120/8 in 50 overs (Akshaya Sudke 27; Kotla Sannidhi 2/13, G Trisha 2/16) lost to Hyderabad 121/2 in 31.3 overs (Mamatha 75*, Boddu Anjali 23) by 8 wickets

Assam 212/8 in 50 overs (Jintimani Kalita 74; Stuti Jani 3/29) lost to Gujarat 213/7 in 49.2 overs (Lisa K Joshi 57, Zeel N Mithaiwala 51) by 3 wickets

Mumbai 206/6 in 50 overs (Aachal Valanju 100*, Sanika Chalke 53; Sonam Yadav 2/27) lost to Uttar Pradesh 208/7 in 49.3 overs (Shikha 54, Tripti Singh 51; Nirmiti Rane 2/27) by 3 wickets

Jharkhand 90/10 in 32 overs (Pushpa Kumari 19*; Amruta Saran 4/15, Roshni R 3/9) lost to Pondicherry 91/0 in 13.5 overs (Yuvashri 47*, E Kavisha 40*) by 10 wickets

Goa 113/8 in 50 overs (Ibtisam Shaikh 46, Tanaya Naik 34; C Shushanthika 4/17) lost to Tamil Nadu 114/5 in 27.4 overs (M S Aishwarya 46*, C Shushanthika 39; Taniya Pawar 2/15) by 5 wickets

Delhi 104/10 in 43.3 overs (Riya Shokeen 36; Titas Sadhu 3/9, Piyali Ghosh 2/28) beat Bengal 91/10 in 37.1 overs (Sneha Gupta 42; Parunika Sisodia 3/24, Madhu 3/27) by 13 runs

Bihar 121/9 in 50 overs (Vaidehi Yadav 44, Aarya 32; Mesvi Pokar 3/10, Nrupa 3/15) lost to Baroda 122/9 in 44.1 overs (Nidhi Dhrmuniya 28, Mesvi Pokar 26; Kumari Nishtha 4/28) by 1 wicket

Chhattisgarh 80/10 in 37.4 overs (Aishwarya Singh 23; Amandeep Kaur 7/6) lost to Haryana 83/0 in 23.4 overs (Sonia Mendhiya 51*, Amandeep Kaur 31*) by 10 wickets

Kerala 104/10 in 40.3 overs (M Abina 21; Soumya Tiwari 3/13) lost to Madhya Pradesh 107/5 in 39.3 overs (Anushka Sharma 44, Soumya Tiwari 27; Soorya Sukumar 2/7) by 5 wickets

Chandigarh 170/10 in 44.4 overs (Twinkle Pathak 64, Parushi Prabhakar 38; Shweta Savant 4/29) lost to Maharashtra 173/4 in 32.2 overs (I M Savkar 73) by 6 wickets

Saurashtra 39/10 in 17.3 overs (Raghvi 4/3, Sakshi 2/3) lost to Uttarakhand 42/1 in 3.5 overs (Raghvi 28*) by 9 wickets

Mizoram 32/10 in 19.3 overs (Shivali V Kumari 6/14) lost to Himachal 33/0 in 8.5 overs (Devanshi R Verma 22*) by 10 wickets

Karnataka 266/4 in 50 overs (Prerana G R 114*, Pooja D 60) beat Tripura 39/10 in 25.2 overs (Chandasi K 3/6, Mithila Vinod 3/18) by 227 runs

Odisha 141/7 in 50 overs (Subhra Nirjharini Swain 60; Mannat Kashyap 3/28) lost to Punjab 144/8 in 47 overs (Pragati Singh 56; Subhra Nirjharini Swain 2/19) by 2 wickets

Sikkim 207/5 in 50 overs (Samayita 68; D Popi 2/47) beat Arunachal Pradesh 17/3 in 20 overs (Dikcha 3/3) by 64 runs (VJD Method)

Jammu & Kashmir 177/5 in 50 overs (Bawandeep Kaur 54, Sadiya Wani 37*; Sistilin Ryntathiang 2/25) beat Meghalaya 102/10 in 45.4 overs (Ankita S 20; Sadiya Wani 3/19, Neemami Slathia 3/20) by 75 runs

Manipur 77/10 in 38 overs (Irengbam Shelina 22; Soyimkumla 5/13) no result v Nagaland 12/0 in 9 overs