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Bengal Pro T20 Women’s: Kolkata Tigers win over Siliguri Strikers in low scoring match
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Bengal Pro T20 Women’s: Kolkata Tigers win over Siliguri Strikers in low scoring match

| @indiablooms | 18 Jun 2024, 02:37 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: The Sobisco Bengal Pro T20 League's Women's League, on its seventh day (Tuesday, June 18) opening game, saw a low scoring duel between Lux Shyam Kolkata Tigers (LSKT) and Servotech Siliguri Strikers (SSS), with LSKT winning easily with 7 wickets to spare.

SSS won the toss elected to bat first and could only muster 86 runs, losing 8 wickets.

Experienced Mita Paul was once gain the pick of the bowlers picking up 3 wickets ably supported by Priya Aich who picked up 2 wickets.

For SSS, Priyanka and Bristi scored 29 each.

Chasing a modest 87 runs target, LSKT's Ipsita Mondal scored 28 and Mamta Kisku, who was also adjudged as Player of the Match, scored 27 runs.

For the losing side, Snigdha Bag picked up 2 for 27 and Pampa Sarkar 1 for 13.

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