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Bengal girls beaten again

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GUWAHATI, Oct 13 - Bengal suffered their second consecutive defeat in the East Zone U-19 Women One-day Cricket Championship. Earlier they were beaten by host Assam.

At Nehru Stadium, here today, Tripura handed a three-wicket drubbing to Bengal. In reply to Bengal�s 105 all out, Tripura scored 106 for seven.

Opting to bat first, the Bengal girls could score only 105 with two ball to spare losing all the wickets. Barring Antara Jana (34 off 109 balls) and Ankita Chaterjee (15 off 17 balls), nobody could withstand the tight Tripura bowling as Annapurna Das ripped through their batting line up with a rich five-wicket haul. Preeti Sinha and Moutoshi Dey took two wickets each for the winning team. Moutoshi again came good with her willow. She remained unbeaten with 40 (off 140 balls) as her team reached the winning target in 47.4 overs.

Orissa down Jharkhand: At NF Railway Stadium, Maligaon Orissa got the better of Jharkhand by 15 runs.

Chasing a winning target of 135 set by Orissa, Jharkhand were all out for 119 in 46.5 overs.

Brief scores: Bengal 105 (Antara Jana 34, Ankita Chaterjee 15, Annapurna Das 5/15, Preeti Sinha 2/11, Moutoshi Dey 2/31). Tripura 106/7 (Moutoshi Dey 40 n.o, Rita Devvarma 12, Sukanya Parida 3/19, Ankita Naskar 1/15).

Orissa 134/9 (H Behra 48, SB Rath 16, SN Pradhan 13, DR Prasad 3/23, TS Kumari 2/23). Jharkhand 119 (NH Yadav 32, MN Pandit 12, SK Mallick 2/22, SB Rath 2/9, H Behra 2/19).

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Bengal girls beaten again

GUWAHATI, Oct 13 - Bengal suffered their second consecutive defeat in the East Zone U-19 Women One-day Cricket Championship. Earlier they were beaten by host Assam.

At Nehru Stadium, here today, Tripura handed a three-wicket drubbing to Bengal. In reply to Bengal�s 105 all out, Tripura scored 106 for seven.

Opting to bat first, the Bengal girls could score only 105 with two ball to spare losing all the wickets. Barring Antara Jana (34 off 109 balls) and Ankita Chaterjee (15 off 17 balls), nobody could withstand the tight Tripura bowling as Annapurna Das ripped through their batting line up with a rich five-wicket haul. Preeti Sinha and Moutoshi Dey took two wickets each for the winning team. Moutoshi again came good with her willow. She remained unbeaten with 40 (off 140 balls) as her team reached the winning target in 47.4 overs.

Orissa down Jharkhand: At NF Railway Stadium, Maligaon Orissa got the better of Jharkhand by 15 runs.

Chasing a winning target of 135 set by Orissa, Jharkhand were all out for 119 in 46.5 overs.

Brief scores: Bengal 105 (Antara Jana 34, Ankita Chaterjee 15, Annapurna Das 5/15, Preeti Sinha 2/11, Moutoshi Dey 2/31). Tripura 106/7 (Moutoshi Dey 40 n.o, Rita Devvarma 12, Sukanya Parida 3/19, Ankita Naskar 1/15).

Orissa 134/9 (H Behra 48, SB Rath 16, SN Pradhan 13, DR Prasad 3/23, TS Kumari 2/23). Jharkhand 119 (NH Yadav 32, MN Pandit 12, SK Mallick 2/22, SB Rath 2/9, H Behra 2/19).

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