BCCI Women’s One Day Trophy: Badhan, Shibi bowl Chandigarh to victory over J&K
By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |

Published: February 23, 2020 5:17:26 am


BCCI Women’s One Day Trophy, Manisha Badhan, Jaspreet Kaur, indian women cricket team, chandigarh news, sports news, indian express news Cricketers Manisha Badhan with Kumari Shibi. (Express photograph)

Three-wicket hauls every by Manisha Badhan (three for 8) and Kumari Shibi (three for 23) coupled with a superb batting efficiency by captain Amarjot Kaur (45) helped Chandigarh rating a seven-wicket win over Jammu and Kashmir within the BCCI Women’s One Day Trophy at Pondicherry on Saturday. This was Chandigarh’s second successive win within the match.

After skipper Amanjot Kaur gained the toss and elected to bowl first, Jammu and Kashmir made an unfavourable begin as they misplaced opener Jaspreet Kaur within the first over of the innings. Kaur, who failed to open her account, was caught by Shivangi off the bowling of Nandani. Sandhya and Sarla Devi then added 37 runs for the second wicket earlier than, Devi was clear bowled by Kumari Shibi at a person rating of 26 runs within the tenth over of the innings. Three overs later, Sandhya was run out after an excellent throw from Parul Saini. Sandhya performed a knock of three runs off 31 balls. At that point, Jammu and Kashmir rating board learn 44 for three in 12.5 overs.

The subsequent over noticed Shibi claiming the wicket of Nadia Chaudhary because the batswoman was caught by Nandini. Chaudhary too failed to open her account. Meenu Singh Salathia and Insha Bashir then added 23 runs for the fifth wicket earlier than Bashir was caught by Shivangi off the bowling of Nandani Sharma at a person rating of six runs off 44 balls. Salathia and Rubia Sayed then added 27 runs for the sixth wicket earlier than Salathia was caught by Shivangi off the bowling of Kumari Shibi at a person rating of 32 runs off 90 balls. Salathia smashed 5 boundaries throughout her keep on the crease.

Jammu and Kashmir then misplaced the final 4 wickets for 36 runs as Manisha Badhan claimed three wickets out of the final 4 wickets. Rubia Syed performed a knock of 28 runs.

For Chandigarh, Manisha Badhan claimed three wickets whereas Kumari Shibi grabbed three wickets for 23 runs. Nandani Sharma claimed two wickets for 24 runs.

Chasing the goal, Chandigarh too made a gradual begin as they misplaced the wicket of Parul Saini within the third over of their innings as Saini was clear bowled by Bismah Hassan. Saini failed to open her account. Skipper Amanjot Kaur and Monika Pandey then added 87 runs for the second wicket earlier than Kaur was caught by Insha Bashir off the bowling of Sandhya within the 22nd over.

Kaur performed a knock of 45 runs off 60 balls and smashed six boundaries throughout her keep on the crease. Pandey and Priyanka Guleria then added 32 runs for the third wicket earlier than Pandey was clear bowled by Sarla Devi at a person rating of 38 runs. Pandey smashed six boundaries throughout her 82-ball keep on the crease. Guleria and Ambu then took Chandigarh dwelling because the workforce reached the goal for the lack of three wickets in 33.5 overs.

For Jammu and Kashmir, Bismah Hassan, Sarla Devi and Sandhya claimed one wicket every.

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