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Thatscricket - Women's - News - Sindhu claims record victims, K'taka triumphs

Published: Friday, December 27, 2002, 2:31 [IST]
 
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Karimnagar (Andhra Pradesh): Right-arm medium pacer D Anuradha (four for 18) and left-arm medium pacer Pooja Shah (two for 18) bowled destructive spells to help Karnataka beat fancied Mumbai by nine wickets and enter the quarter-final of the National Junior Women's Tournament on Thursday.[an error occurred while processing this directive]Mumbai was bundled out for 56 in 26.1 overs with leg spinner Deepika Babu chipping in with two wickets conceding just eight runs. Wicket-keeper A Sindhu, the 14-year-old, claimed a record six victims behind the wickets including three stumpings and three diving catches.Karnataka, in return, knocked off 58 for one in 16.1 overs with Janice D'Cunha remaining unbeaten on 33. Karnataka will take on the winners of the Delhi versus Madhya Pradesh tie in the quarter-finals.

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