Bengal Women's team enter final
8th November 2019
Bengal Senior Women's Team reached the final of Senior Women's T20 Trophy by defeating Baroda by 6 wickets today.
Bengal team continued their phenomenal form winning all the matches till now and lock horns with Railways in the Sunday showdown.
Women's coach Shib Shankar Paul said to CAB Media: "We are very happy to reach the final of Senior Women's T20 Trophy. The girls are playing very well throughout the tournament. We have given many younsters the chance to play as total 7 players made their debut this year. Which means the team combination is working well."
"There's discipline and a very strong team bonding within the squad. I told the girls to play freely and play their own game without any worry. Each and every player in the team is fit, noone have picked up any injuries which shows how efficiently our staff has been working," he added.
Earlier electing to bat first Baroda batters couldn't do much in front of a disciplined Bengal bowling attack and could amass only 88/9 in their quota of overs.
Gouher Sultana and Mita Paul bagged 2 wickets apiece for Bengal.
While chasing Mandira Mahapatra (27 not out) and Paramaita Roy (26) helped Bengal win the match with 8 balls left to play.
Bengal coach also said: "We will practice tomorrow and get ready for Sunday's final."
CAB MEDIA DESK