Mumbai, Kerala, Andhra win big on Day 5 of U-19 One Day
A flurry of four-wicket hauls headlined Day 5 of the Under-19 One Day Trophy on Saturday (October 2). On a day that saw Uttar Pradesh, Hyderabad, Kerala, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, Sikkim and Manipur register wins, several matches were affected by rain and four of them were abandoned without a ball being bowled.
In a Group A match at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot, Uttar Pradesh scored a mammoth total of 280 for five in the first innings as Shikha and Rama Kushwah registered half-centuries. In reply, Gujarat’s momentum was halted by 17 maiden overs bowled by Uttar Pradesh as they could only score 124 runs in the chase. In the same group, Mumbai bowled out Vidarbha for 90 in the pursuit of 187 to seal the victory by 96 runs. At the Railway Cricket Ground in Rajkot, Hyderabad bowled Assam out for 42 runs as G Trisha and M Sakshi Rao took four wickets each and chased down the target in the 12th over.
All the matches in Group B, scheduled in Nagpur were abandoned. In the Group C clash, yet another five-wicket haul by Soumya Tiwari, after scoring 48 with the bat in the first innings, led Madhya Pradesh to beat Chhattisgarh by 36 runs. Najla Cmc’s four-wicket haul helped Kerala bowl Bihar out for 99 runs. Bihar fought well to take 5 wickets, but Kerala chased down the modest target and registered a win. Prapti’s all-round performance led to Baroda beating Haryana by four wickets as she scored an unbeaten 47 in the chase and took three wickets.
Andhra’ N R Shree Charani and K Sai Poojitha took three wickets each to bowl Saurashtra out for 84 runs. They chased down the total without losing any wicket as K E Dayana scored a half-century in the 85 run partnership with P Aishwaryarai. Chandigarh amassed 227 runs in 50 overs on the back of an unbeaten knock of 90 by Aaradhana D Bisht and later restricted Rajasthan for 199 as Bisht took four wickets. Another Group D clash between Maharashtra and Uttarakhand was abandoned.
S B Lorence’s three-wicket haul dismantled Tripura as they could only score 53 runs losing 8 wickets against Odisha in the chase. Tripura’s captain Sebika Das showed some fight as she took four wickets in the first innings to bowl Odisha out for 119. Punjab registered a massive 70 run victory against Himachal at RCA Academy Ground in Jaipur. Sneha Jagadish and Chandasi K’s for wickets each sunk Mizoram for 28 all out in the Group D match as Karnataka chased it down without losing any wicket.
In the plate group, Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur and Sikkim won their matches against Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya.
Uttar Pradesh 280/5 in 50 overs (Shikha 63, Rama Kushwah 63; Zeel N Mithaiwala 2/39) beat Gujarat 124/8 in 50 overs (Shifa N Karimbhai 31; Archana Devi 2/16, Parshavi Chopra 2/22, Sonam Yadav 2/23) by 156 runs
Mumbai 186 all out in 47 overs (Tushi Shah 31, Aachal Valanju 28, Fatima Jaffer 28; Aayushi Thakre 3/26) beat Vidarbha 90 all out 47 overs (Janhvi Ranganathan 21, Aarohi Bambode 12, Prangini Chauhan 12; Nirmiti Rane 3/11) by 96 runs
Assam 42 all out in 19.1 overs (Gayatri Gurung 17, Amontika Munda 17; G Trisha 4/1, M Sakshi Rao 4/5) lost to Hyderabad 44/2 in 11.1 overs (Mamatha 18*, G Trisha 14*, Mousumi Narah 1/6) by 8 wickets
Madhya Pradesh 142/7 in 47 overs (Soumya Tiwari 48, Anushka Sharma 18; Mamta Bhagat 2/32) beat Chattisgarh 106 all out in 46.1 overs (Kumud Sahu 40, Kriti Gupta 20; Soumya Tiwari 5/12) by 36 runs
Bihar 99 all out in 37.5 overs (Vaidehi Yadav 28, Yashita Singh 27; Najla Cmc 4/24) lost to Kerala 100/5 in 38.2 overs (M Abina 40*, Vaishna Mp 31; Kumari Nishtha 2/29) by five wickets
Haryana 150 all out in 48.5 overs (Sonia Mendhiya 63, Gyanbharti Jangra 25; Prapti 3/18) lost to Baroda 151/6 in 47.4 overs (Prapti 47*, Dharti 28; Amandeep Kaur 2/15) by four wickets
Saurashtra 84 all out in 42 overs (Komal B 30, Kashish T 12; K Sai Poojitha 3/9, N R Shree Charani 3/13) lost to Andhra 85/0 in 12.4 overs (K E Dayana 55, P Aishwaryarai 17) by 10 wickets
Chandigarh 227/2 in 50 overs (Aaradhana D Bisht 90*, Palak Rana 51; S P Sharma 1/25) beat Rajasthan 199/9 in 50 overs (A K Garg 68*, Shreya 22; Aaradhana D Bisht 4/19) by 28 runs
Odisha 119 all out in 49 overs (Alipsa Biswal 47, Subhra Nirjharini Swain 18; Sebika Das 4/26) beat Tripura 53/8 in 29.2 overs (Anamika Das 24, Antara Das 12; S B Lorence 3/15) by 49 runs
Punjab 190/7 in 50 overs (Aishmine Kaur 43, Pragati Singh 28; Nancy A Sharma 3/34) beat Himachal 68/6 in 31 overs (Nancy A Sharma 15, Devanshi R Verma 15; Muskan Sogi 1/2) by 70 runs
Mizoram 28 all out in 20.3 overs (Chandasi K 4/4, Sneha Jagadish 4/5) lost to Karnataka 29/0 in 6.2 overs (Rakshitha Nayaka 13, Krishika Reddy 12) by 10 wickets
Nagaland 119/6 in 50 overs (Bipila 32, Iluneule Zeliang 22; Ronaq Jahan 3/24) lost to Jammu & Kashmir 120/5 in 33.2 overs (Rudrakshi Chib 46, Sadiya Wani 21; Soyimkumla 2/27) by five wickets
Manipur 183/9 in 50 overs (Seterny 56, L Linthoi 37; D Popi 2/38) beat Arunachal Pradesh 100 all out in 47.5 overs (Takam Riniu 23, Omshi Arora 13; TH Mangalsana 3/18) by 83 runs
Sikkim 135/7 in 50 overs (Samayita 55, Yuden 26; Suriti 3/17) beat Meghalaya 40 all out in 27.1 overs (M Lyngdoh 11, Ankita S 8; Leeza 4/18) by 95 runs