Krishnamurthy, Sehrawat hit tons; Satghare takes 7 for 5 to bowl Nagaland out for 17

Krishnamurthy, Sehrawat hit tons; Satghare takes 7 for 5 to bowl Nagaland out for 17

Veda Krishnamurthy in action. © Getty Images

Mumbai skipper Sayali Satghare took 7 for 5 to bowl Nagaland out for 17 in a Group D match in Indore, while Veda Krishnamurthy scored a century in Karnataka’s 86 run win against Tamil Nadu in Group E on day seven of the Senior Women’s Senior One Day Trophy on Wednesday (March 17).

Electing to bat first Karnataka scored 294 for 6 with Krishamurthy scoring 103 and S Shubha scoring 60. In reply, Tamil Nadu could score only 208 in 48.3 overs as Arshi Choudhary’s 96-run knock went in vain, while Shylaja Sundar scored 56. This was Karnataka’s third win from as many matches.

In another Group E match in Chennai, Delhi scored a mammoth total of 332 in a big 285-run win against Meghalaya with the help of Shweta Sehrawat’s 118 and an unbeaten 93-run knock from Neha Tanwar 93. Vidharbha is the other team to register win in Group E with a 25-run win against Himachal.

Elsewhere in Indore, Kerala and Madhya Pradesh registered wins against Punjab and Baroda respectively.

In Plate group matches in Bengaluru, Jammu & Kashmir, Mizoram and Bihar registered wins.

Group D, Indore

Nagaland 17/10 in 17.4 overs (Sayali Satghare 7/5) lost to Mumbai 20/0 in 0.4 overs (Esha Oza 13*) by ten wickets

Kerala 216/10 in 48.4 overs (Minnu Mani 72, Shani T 50; Kanika Ahuja 4/38) beat Punjab 149/9 in 50 overs (B N Meena 50*; Jipsa V Joseph 2/24, Aleena Surendran 2/27) by 67 runs

Madhya Pradesh 220/6 in 50 overs (Pooja Vastrakar 66, Tamanna Nigam 49; J Mohite 2/65) beat Baroda 122/10 in 42.4 overs ( Anushka Sharma 3/18, Nikita Singh 2/21) by 98 runs

Group E, Chennai

Vidarbha 165/9 in 50 overs (Bharti Fulmali 67; Sushmita Kumari 4/16) beat Himachal 140/10 in 45.3 overs (Tanuja Kanwer 30; N T Kohale 4/19) by 25 runs

Karnataka 294/6 in 50 overs (Veda Krishnamurthy 103, S Shubha 60; K N Ramyashri 2/47) beat Tamil Nadu 208/10 in 48.3 overs (Arshi Choudhary 96, Shylaja Sundar 56) by 86 runs

Delhi 332/2 in 50 overs (Shweta Sehrawat 118, Neha Tanwar 93) beat Meghalaya 47/10 in 31.5 overs by 285 runs



Plate, Bengaluru

Jammu & Kashmir 268/5 in 50 overs (Sarla Devi 89, Rudrakshi Chib 57; S Ligu 2/50) beat Arunachal Pradesh 111/9 in 50 overs (B Ritu 56; Rubia Syed 2/11) by 157 runs


Mizoram
178/9 in 50 overs (Prajakta S 61; Shristi Rai 2/25) beat Sikkim 174/7 in 50 overs (Rinki Rajak 80*; Buley Ruchita 3/26) by four runs

Manipur 168/5 in 50 overs (Linthoingambi Rajkumari 62*) lost to Bihar 172/1 in 40.4 overs (Vishalakshi 81*, Shruti 56*) by nine wickets

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