Srinagar, Oct 23 (UNI) Delhi defeated Jammu and Kashmir by ten wickets with 26.5 overs to spare in the women's senior cricket tournament here today.
Jammu and Kashmir had won the toss and elected to bat first on a flat wicket at the picturesque Sher-i-Kashmir cricket stadium here.
The home team lost some quick wickets and did not recover after that. A breezy knock of 30 runs by Meenu helped Jammu and Kashmir reach 80 for the loss of six wickets at the end of their stipulated 50 overs. For Delhi, Deepti took two wickets.
After being set a paltry total of 81 runs, Delhi scored the required runs in just 13.1 overs with all ten wickets intact.
For the visitors, Neha Tanwar scored 44 runs and her opening partner Latika Kumari chipped in valuable 27 runs to hand over a humiliating ten-wicket defeat to Jammu and Kashmir.
Neha was declared man of the match.
Earlier yesterday, a two-day match as part of the ongoing tournament, being organised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), between the two teams ended in a draw.