HYDERABAD: Hyderabad Team defeated Karnataka by eight wickets in the BCCI women’s cricket Under-23 South Zone T20 tournament held at Mulapadu .Opting to bat, Karnataka made 63 runs with Rachna Kumar (2/7) and G Trisha (2/11) doing the main damage. Hyderabad reached the target in14.5 overs. New Norms by Telangana Government for MBBS students and Service Doctors.
Other matches than Hyderabad Team :
In the other matches, Andhra routed Kerala by 9 wickets with Anjali Sravani picking up 5 wickets for 8 runs.Elsewhere, Goa won their game against Tamil Nadu by 4 wickets as Sanjula Naik scored 27 runs and picked up two wickets.Brief Scores: Kerala 49 in 16.1 overs (Aarathy Jaipal 26; Anjali Sarvani 5/8, K Jyothi 1/12) lost to Andhra 50/1 in 11.1 overs (Ch Jhansi Lakshmi 8, N Anusha 23 no, G Chandra Lekha 15 no; Minnu Mani 1/16) Follow us on Facebook.
Scores apart from Hyderabad Team :
Karnataka 63 in 19 overs (C Prathyusha 21; Rachna Kumar 2/7, G Trisha 2/11) lost to Hyderabad 64/2 in 14.5 overs (Pranathi Reddy 24 no, Rachna Kumar 13 no)
Tamil Nadu 78/7 in 20 overs (S Anusha 32 no; Sanjula Naik 2/7) lost to Goa 80/6 in 17.4 overs (Sanjula Naik 27; N Thenmozhi 3/16, Nida Rehman 2/8).
About BCCI women’s cricket:
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the national governing body for cricket in India. The board was formed in December 1928 as a society, registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act. It is a consortium of state cricket associations and the state associations select their representatives who in turn elect the BCCI officials. With the surge of cricket in India, BCCI has become rather notorious for its monopoly and has given its best efforts in providing fair systems in cricket. BCCI women’s cricket is an encouragement to women cricketers and to bring them on par with male cricketers.
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