Three five-wicket hauls headline day 4 of Under-19 One Day as Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Bengal win big
Five-wicket hauls from Mitali, Muskan Sogi and Soumya Tiwari headlined day 4 of the Under-19 One Day trophy on Friday (October 1). On a day that saw Delhi, Bengal, Chattisgarh, Pondicherry, Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh register wins, several matches were affected by rain and five of them were abandoned without a ball being bowled.
While Group A match between Gujarat and Vidarbha was called off without a ball being bowled, in the same group Uttar Pradesh beat Assam by 49 runs in a rain-reduced encounter. A quick-fire 41 by Falak Naz led Uttar Pradesh to 126 for 6 in the first innings. In reply, Assam could not chase down the target and eventually finished on 77 for eight. In the other Group A match, Mumbai restricted Hyderabad to 73 for eight as defending 93, courtesy of Savesharvi Suhas’ three-wicket haul.
In the Group B match at VCA Stadium in Nagpur, Bengal were reduced to 19 for seven while batting first before a partnership between wicket-keeper Hrishita Basu and Srilekha Roy led them to a competitive total of 130. After a strong opening partnership, Goa collapsed and could only score 68 runs. In another Group B match, Delhi bowled Jharkhand out for 107 on the back of a five-fer by Mitali. Pondicherry chased down the target of 152 set up by Tamil Nadu in the penultimate over as Roshini R scored an unbeaten half-century in the chase.
Madhya Pradesh thumped Haryana to register an 81-run win in Group C as Soumya Tiwari took five wickets. Kerala and Chattisgarh also won their clashes against Baroda and Bihar respectively. All the matches scheduled to play in Surat from Group D were abandoned.
A four-wicket haul by S B Lorence helped Odisha bowl Mizoram out for just 27 and Odisha chased down the total without losing any wicket in the Group E match. In another match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur, Punjab posted a total of 214 for six batting first as captain Karishma scored a half-century. Muskan Sogi continued her form with the ball for Punjab as she took a five-wicket haul to skittle Tripura for 61 all out. Himachal could not last long against Karnataka as they were bowled out for 96. Karnataka chased it down with eighth wickets in hand in the 26th over.
In Plate Group in Bhubaneshwar, Jammu & Kashmir and Sikkim registered wins against Arunachal and Manipur respectively, while the clash between Nagaland and Meghalaya was abandoned.
Uttar Pradesh 126/6 in 22 overs (Falak Naz 41, Shikha 27; Mousumi Narah 2/32) beat Assam 77/8 in 22 overs (Gayatri Gurung 21, Priyanka Dutta 12; Parshavi Chopra 2/17) by 49 runs
Mumbai 93/4 in 20 overs (Saloni Kushte 45, Aachal Valanju 31) beat Hyderabad 73/8 in 20 overs (Mamatha 29, Anika Kumaresan 10; Savesharvi Suhas 3/20) by 20 runs
Bengal 130/8 in 37 overs (Hrishita Basu 43, Srilekha Roy 33; Savali S Kolambkar 3/8) beat Goa 68/9 in 37 overs (Ibtisam Shaikh 15, Bhike 15; Piyali Ghosh 3/8) by 62 runs
Delhi 165 all out in 48.3 overs (Shweta Sehrawat 47, Tanisha Singh 29; P Rathore 3/28) beat Jharkhand 107 all out in 44.3 overs (Priti Kumari 39, Anushka Parmar 20; Mitali 5/18) by 58 runs
Tamil Nadu 151/8 in 50 overs (Aaisha Bee 50, Priyanshi Pande 27; Amruta Saran 2/17) lost to Pondicherry 153/7 (Roshini R 72, Yuvashri 17; C Shushanthika 2/24) by 3 wickets.
Madhya Pradesh 191/6 in 50 overs (Anushka Sharma 51, Naini Rajput 31; Sonia Mendhiya 3/38) beat Haryana 110 all out in 45.2 overs (Neha Sharma 24, Sonia Mendhiya 21; Soumya Tiwari 5/15) by 81 runs.
Baroda 87 all out in 34 overs (N Changiwala 23, Nidhi Dhrmuniya 17; Aleena M P 3/12) lost to Kerala 88/4 in 43.5 overs (M Abina 25, Vaishna Mp 13; Rathod Janki 2/14) by 6 wickets
Bihar 151/9 in 50 overs (Yashita Singh 84, Harshita 9; Mamta Bhagat 2/17) lost to Chattisgarh 152/2 in 40.4 overs (Aishwarya Singh 63, Maanshee Maurya 49; Kumari Nishtha 2/29) by 8 wickets
Sikkim 197/6 in 50 overs (Nandita 55, Yuden 30; Sanaloo 2/33) beat Manipur 174/9 in 50 overs (Seterny 38, L Prena 32; Pranita C 3/18) by 23 runs
Jammu & Kashmir 165/3 in 50 overs (Bawandeep Kaur 37, Rudrakshi Chib 26; G Yapa 2/28) beat Arunachal Pradesh 58 all out 31.1 overs (Megha Sharma 23, Tayo Ana 7; Sadiya Wani 4/8, Mariya Noorain 4/18) by 107 runs
Punjab 214/6 in 50 overs (Krishma 62, Priyanka 35; Ambesha Das 4/23) beat Tripura 61 all out in 33.2 overs (Antara Das 13, Selina Datta 10; Muskan Sogi 5/13) by 153 runs
Mizoram 27 all out in 20.3 overs (Mami 8, Vanlal Rem Tluangi 5; S B Lorence 4/2) lost to Odisha 30/0 in 3.5 overs (Subhra Nirjharini Swain 23, Alipsa Biswal 5) by 10 wickets
Himachal 96 all out in 38.2 overs (Devanshi R Verma 12, Nancy A Sharma 12, Shweta Suresh Jamwal 12; Chandasi K 3/28) lost to Karnataka 97/2 in 25.5 overs (Roshni Kiran 53, Rakshitha Nayaka 16; Sakshi S Thakur 1/37) by 8 wickets