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The 2nd T20:G Trisha, Archana Devi, and Hurley Gala Shine As India U-19 Beat New Zealand By 110 Runs

On Tuesday, India’s Under-19 women’s team put on another strong performance, defeating New Zealand’s development team by 110 runs in the second Twenty20 match of the five-match series.Hurley Occasion had a decent day all around, and G Trisha and Archana Devi both showed noteworthy bat and ball abilities.

Shweta Sehrawat and co. have a 2-0 lead in a crucial pre-tournament series before the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup, which begins in South Africa in January.

They won the first T20 by seven wickets and now have a 2-0 lead.After winning the toss, India elected to bat first, scoring a solid 176/6 in their 20 overs.

In the previous match, Tiwari had scored a match-winning 52* off 33. This time, he showed some finesse through the cover region and scored 31* off 27.In contrast, in her 24-ball 34, Sehrawat, who was run out after hitting a four-ball duck in the initial Twenty20 match, hit seven fours.

Shweta Sehrawat and co. have a 2-0 lead in a crucial pre-tournament series before the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup, which begins in South Africa in January. They won the first T20 by seven wickets and now have a 2-0 lead.

After winning the toss

India elected to bat first, scoring a solid 176/6 in their 20 overs. In their response, the visitors once more struggled with the bat, scoring just 66 runs in 15 overs.India’s strong start was helped by Soumya Tiwari and captain Sehrawat.

Albeit the New Zealand bowlers at first tried to keep things tight, both right-handers kept the scoreboard moving by rebuffing the free conveyances.

In the previous match, Tiwari had scored a match-winning 52* off 33. This time, he showed some finesse through the cover region and scored 31* off 27.

In contrast, in her 24-ball 34, Sehrawat, who was run out after hitting a four-ball duck in the initial Twenty20 match, hit seven fours.

The extremely talented Trisha, who came in at No.3, who finished the game with 36 points off 26 hits, struck out the first six batters of the series.

During the middle overs, the right-hander played a crucial role for her team and confidently followed the aerial path at all times. With her bat, wicketkeeper Hrishita Basu provided significant value by hitting two strong square cutters and two scoops over point for fours.

When the two teams meet on Thursday for the third Twenty20 match at the same location, India will be eager to sweep the series.

In the first two games, India has dominated all departments, and their fielding continues to impress.

On Tuesday, India’s Under-19 women’s team put on another strong performance, defeating New Zealand’s development team by 110 runs in the second Twenty20 match of the five-match series.

Hurley Occasion had a decent day all around, and G Trisha and Archana Devi both showed noteworthy bat and ball abilities.

Shweta Sehrawat and co. have a 2-0 lead in a crucial pre-tournament series before the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup, which begins in South Africa in January. They won the first T20 by seven wickets and now have a 2-0 lead.After winning the toss, India elected to bat first, scoring a solid 176/6 in their 20 overs.

In the previous match, Tiwari had scored a match-winning 52* off 33. This time, he showed some finesse through the cover region and scored 31* off 27.

In contrast, in her 24-ball 34, Sehrawat, who was run out after hitting a four-ball duck in the initial Twenty20 match, hit seven fours.

Shweta Sehrawat and co. have a 2-0 lead in a crucial pre-tournament series before the ICC Women’s U19 T20 World Cup, which begins in South Africa in January.

They won the first T20 by seven wickets and now have a 2-0 lead.After winning the toss, India elected to bat first, scoring a solid 176/6 in their 20 overs.

In their response, the visitors once more struggled with the bat, scoring just 66 runs in 15 overs.India’s strong start was helped by Soumya Tiwari and captain Sehrawat. Albeit the New Zealand bowlers at first tried to keep things tight, both right-handers kept the scoreboard moving by rebuffing the free conveyances.

In the previous match

Tiwari had scored a match-winning 52* off 33. This time, he showed some finesse through the cover region and scored 31* off 27.In contrast, in her 24-ball 34, Sehrawat, who was run out after hitting a four-ball duck in the initial Twenty20 match, hit seven fours.

The extremely talented Trisha, who came in at No.3, who finished the game with 36 points off 26 hits, struck out the first six batters of the series. During the middle overs, the right-hander played a crucial role for her team and confidently followed the aerial path at all times.

With her bat, wicketkeeper Hrishita Basu provided significant value by hitting two strong square cutters and two scoops over point for fours.

When the two teams meet on Thursday for the third Twenty20 match at the same location, India will be eager to sweep the series.

In the first two games, India has dominated all departments, and their fielding continues to impress.

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