Jagmohan Garg says railways won the Elite division while Delhi developed Plate champion in the senior ladies’ T20 titles.
Delhi rode on skipper Reema Malhotra’s overall splendor (31 not out, two for 18) to edge Baroda by five keeps running in the Plate last at the VCA Ground, Nagpur, on Sunday.
Mithali Raj (83 not out) set up Railways’ 72-run triumph over Madhya Pradesh at Rajkot on Friday for the Elite title.
Put into bat, Delhi oversaw only 115 keeps running for the loss of three wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. Reema made an unbeaten 31 in 29 balls and grabbed two significant wickets in the center to guarantee triumph for her group. Her 58-run organization with Neha Tanwar, who best scored with 34, for the third wicket helped Delhi go past the 100-run check in the low-scoring amusement.
In answer, Baroda dealt with an average scoring rate for the initial 15 overs, with every one of the four of its top-arrange players among runs.
According to Jagmohan garg in any case, none of the last five players scored a run, even as Tarannum Pathan attempted frantically to get a few keeps running on board at the flip side before being the last wicket to fall for a top-score of 30.
Baroda could just oversee 110 in its 20 overs for the loss of eight wickets.