Vanitha VR goes berserk against Hyderabad; Goa seal pre-quarterfinal spot 

Vanitha VR goes berserk against Hyderabad; Goa seal pre-quarterfinal spot 

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Vanitha VR smashed a magnificent century against Hyderabad in the seventh and final round of league games of the Senior One Day Tournament on Saturday (November 6). Goa trumped Mizoram to seal their pre-quarterfinal spot in the tournament. 

Shikha Pandey led Goa from the front with a four-fer as her team beat Mizoram by eight wickets to get through to the knockouts. They will take on Punjab in the pre-quarterfinals next week. Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha and Uttar Pradesh are the other four teams that would be playing in the pre-quarterfinals.

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Meanwhile, Vanitha smashed 107 runs from 57 balls against Hyderabad, setting up the tempo for the rest of the innings. Bengal skipper followed it up with a hundred, taking the team to 322 for five in 50 overs. Hyderabad managed to score only 147 for three, falling short by 175 runs. 

Tamil Nadu finished on a high as Niranjana Nagarajan led the troops with a six-fer against Uttarakhand. In reply, MD Thirushkamini smashed an unbeaten century, helping Tamil Nadu finish with their campaign a six-wicket win. 

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Railways continued to dominate as their clinical bowling unit bundled out Odisha for 107. Punam Raut held forte at one end, taking her team to a comfortable win by eight wickets. 

Punjab trumped Rajasthan in a last-ball finish, getting across the line by just two wickets. Kanika Ahuja was the star of the chase, scoring 90 runs and setting up the rest of the innings for Punjab.

For Delhi, Pratika's unbeaten 161 meant that they trumped Assam by 72 runs. Meanwhile, R S Chaudhari's century helped Mumbai beat Chandigarh by a massive 112 runs. 

Brief Scores:

Delhi 269/4 in 50 overs (Pratika 161*; Papori Gogoi 2/57) beat Assam 197/7 in 50 overs (Rashmi Dey 58; Sonia Lohiya 3/31) by 72 runs.

Kerala 159 all out in 50 overs (Minnu Mani 33; S B Pokhrakar 2/21) lost to Maharashtra 162/3 in 37.2 overs (S S Shinde 80; Sandra Suren 1/20) by 7 wickets. 

Jharkhand 169 all out in 48.2 overs (Durga Murmu 49; N N Debnath 4/43) lost to Tripura 170/7 in 49.2 overs ( R R Saha 52; Nidhi B 2/19) by 3 wickets. 

Uttarakhand 202/9 in 50 overs (A N Tomar 66; Niranjana Nagaran 6/37) lost to Tamil Nadu 203/4 in 40.3 overs (MD Thirushkamini 101*; Sarika Koli 3/22) by 6 wickets.

Mumbai 300/6 in 50 overs (R S Chaudhari 129; P Guleria 4/42) beat Chandigarh 188 all out in 49.2 overs (Palak Rana 74; P Naik 2/22) by 112 runs.  

Odisha 107 all out in 47.4 overs (Madhusmita Behera 25; Ekta Bisht 4/10) lost to Railways 109/2 in 20.1 overs (Punam Raut 59; Rameshwari Naik 1/23) by 8 wickets.

Himachal 110 all out in 45.3 overs (Harleen Deol 37; G Sindhuja 3/15) lost to Andhra 114/2 in 31.3 overs (C H Jhansi Lakshmi 41*; Sushmita H Kumari 1/28) by 8 wickets.

Rajasthan 194/9 in 50 overs (Jasia Akhter 84; Neelam Bisht 4/40) lost to Punjab 195/8 in 50 overs (Kanika Ahuja 90; R G Tak 2/23) by 2 wickets.

Bengal 322/5 in 50 overs (Vanitha V R 107; Kranthi Reddy N 1/29) beat Hyderabad 147/3 in 50 overs (Vanka Pooja 75; Sukanya Parida 2/24) by 175 runs. 

Mizoram 58 all out in 38.1 overs (Shweta 22; Shikha Pandey 4/6) lost to Goa 62/2 in 14.3 overs (Purvaja P Verlekar 25; Tarang Jha 1/13) by 8 wickets.

Madhya Pradesh 193/8 in 50 overs (Aashna Patidar 62; Kanchan Nagwai 3/31) beat Vidarbha 180 all out in 50 overs (D D Kasat 72; Salonee Dangore 3/33) by 13 runs. 

Gujarat 221/8 in 50 overs (Renuka Chaudhari 83; Priyanka Sharma 4/40) beat Haryana 168/7 in 50 overs (Sheetal Rana 45; Renuka Chaudhari 3/35) by 53 runs.

Pondicherry 84 all out in 42 overs (Rozario 21; Rashi Kanojiya 4/17) lost to Uttar Pradesh 88/3 in 15 overs (Kshama Singh 29; Abirame 2/19) by 7 wickets. 

Baroda 214 all out in 49.1 overs (Tarannum Pathan 65; S R Patil 3/40) lost to Karnataka 218/1 in 35.3 overs (Divya G 128; Tarannum Pathan 1/42) by 9 wickets.

Chhattisgarh 159 all out in 48 overs (Pransu Priya 54*; R B Dabhi 3/15) lost to Saurashtra 160/3 in 41.4 overs (Riddhi Ruparel 73; Urmila Harina 3/31) by 7 wickets.

Manipur 240/8 in 50 overs (Monica 77; Tabita Subba 2/34) beat Sikkim 180/9 in 50 overs (Manizha Mumtaz 72; Ganga W 2/31) by 60 runs. 

Meghalaya 127 all out in 37.3 overs (L Tamang 48; Mai Mekh 5/25) beat Arunachal Pradesh 115 all out in 40.3 overs (Megha Sharma 44; Ajima 2/20) by 12 runs. 

Nagaland 148 all out in 43.5 overs (Gautami Naik 70; Aarya 3/33) beat Bihar 81 all out in 28.3 overs (Apurva Kumari 22; Gautami Naik 4/25) by 67 runs.

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