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10-wicket win for Tamil Nadu

NEW DELHI, JULY 22. An unbeaten 77 by Niranjana and her 138-run opening wicket partnership with T. Kamini helped Tamil Nadu to a 10-wicket victory over host Delhi in the National sub-junior women's cricket championship at the Kamala Nehru College ground here on Thursday.

In the quarterfinals, Tamil Nadu will take on Madhya Pradesh, while Uttar Pradesh will clash with Jharkhand, Karnataka will meet Andhra Pradesh and Mumbai will be challenged by Chandigarh.

The scores: Delhi 134 for seven in 25 overs (Yaseema Singh 73, Sweta three for 24) lost to Tamil Nadu 138 for no wicket in 23.4 overs (Niranjana 77 not out, T. Kamini 30 not out).

Mumbai 104 in 24.l4 overs (Apoorva Kokil 40, Sucharu Singh four for 11) beat Jammu and Kashmir 62 in 22.4 overs.

Madhya Pradesh 125 for five in 25 overs (Versha Choudhary 45 not out, Minakshi Rawat four for 32) beat Uttaranchal 49 in 16.5 overs (Nishtha Pharsi 30, Pallavi Bhardwaj four for 13).

Chandigarh 77 in 23.4 overs (Rubi Singh three for 12, Richa Singh three for 24) beat Bihar 51 in 25 overs (Mannu Singh five for 19).

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