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Bengal Pro T20 Women's: Rarh Tigers beat Harbor Diamonds by 15 runs
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Bengal Pro T20 Women's: Rarh Tigers beat Harbor Diamonds by 15 runs

| @indiablooms | 14 Jun 2024, 01:56 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Shrachi Rarh Tigers (SRT) beat Harbor Diamonds (HD) by 15 runs in the Women’s Sobisco Bengal Pro T20 League match in Kolkata on Friday.

In a repeat result of the Men’s fixture last night the Shrachi Rarh Tigers (SRT) Eve’s team beat the Harbour Diamonds (HD) by 15 runs in the women’s league.

Harbor Diamonds won the toss and elected to field, SRT scored 109 for the loss of 7 wickets with Sujata Dey scoring 33 runs in 25 balls supported by Rupal Tiwari who scored 20.

Jhumia Khatun and Payal Vakharia picked up 2 wickets each.

HD faltered in their reply and could only muster 94 runs with Jhumia Khatun and Sukanya Parida scoring 17 and 15 runs respectively.

Remondina Khatun and Chandrima Biswas picked up 2 wickets each.

Sujata Dey was declared the Player of the Match.

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