The decision has been made in the executive committee meeting of the association which has been held yesterday. All the matches of Women’s cricket tournament will be held at Baikhora, Kanchannagar and Santirbazar field.
From November 25-28 at Wankhede stadium, Tripura will play their last match against host Mumbai. The whole team will leave for Mumbai in the afternoon flight tomorrow.
Subham Ghosh and Nikita Debnath have been selected as the best cricketer respectively while Samir Biswas has been selected as the best umpire of the year by Tripura Cricket association.
BCA first year student of ICFAI University Tripura Mr. Sanjay Debbarma was today felicitated at the inaugural function for his outstanding performance to win gold medal in National Muaythai Championship.
At Gymkhana ground in Hyderabad today host Hyderabad declared their first innings on 633/4 while in reply at the end of day two visiting Tripura made 46 runs for the loss of 2 wickets.
Before this match Tripura was at the no 1 position in the points table but in this match the batsmen batted so badly that the match ended within the third day.
Maurasingh made 81 from 89 balls with 7 fours and 4 sixes while Gurinder Singh made 81 from 104 balls with 11 fours and 1 six. In reply at the end of day three Andhra made 51/1 with overall 138 runs lead.
Though Tripura thrashed Jammu in their opening match by 6 wickets but on the other hand host Hyderabad shared points with Vidarbha in their opening match and thus very much desperate to grab full points from the match at their home turf.
In the morning today Andhra resumed their innings on 252/2 as Rickey Bhui soon completed his half century.
Today in the last match Assam defeated Tripura by 9 wickets. Batting first Tripura made just 116 runs which have been achieved by the Assam batsmen in just 33 overs losing just 1 wicket.
In a condolence messaged, the BCCI said, "The BCCI condoles the sad demise of A.G. Milkha Singh, a former Test player who passed away on Friday. Singh played four Test matches and made his India debut just after turning 18."
At MBBB Stadium today the visiting team showed a glimpse of it and put on 252 for the loss of 2 wickets at the end of day one.
Both the teams did their final preparations today for the match. With 15 points Andhra Pradesh topped the table in Group C while Tripura has been placed in the sixth position with just 3 points from the 6 matches that they have played.
The main architect behind this win is star opener from Belonia, Arup Datta who scored an unbeaten knock of 114 to lead Tripura to a famous victory.
After their defeat against Saurashtra in the opening match, Tripura Under 23 team never looked back and defeated Assam and Jammu and Kashmir in respective matches.
From November 9-12 Tripura Ranji cricket team will play against Andhra Pradesh at Agartala while Under 23 team will play against Rajasthan in their last match from November 11-14.
Tripura started day two from their overnight score of 130/2. Opener Arup Datta failed to add any run from his overnight score as he went out after scoring 52 from 83 balls with 7 fours.
Tripura Under 23 cricket team is just a step away to create history as on the last day tomorrow they need 7 wickets against Goa to register their third win on the trot in the ongoing Col C K Nayudu trophy under 23 cricket tournament.
Tripura today got the chance to take the first innings lead but Smit Patel got less support today and they have been bundled out with 85 runs short.
At the end of day two today Tripura has an overall lead of 50 runs as in their second innings Tripura made 19 for the loss of 1 wicket.
In the morning at JSCA Oval ground at Ranchi, Odisha won the toss and elected to bat first. From 50 overs Odisha made 218 for the loss of 3 wickets.
In the morning Tripura Captain Subham Ghosh won the toss and elected to bat first. Arkaprabha Singh gave the visiting side a prolific start but at the other then Tripura was losing wickets at regular intervals.
At the end of day three Tripura made 327 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Baroda scored 521 runs in their first innings as thus still now Tripura is trailing by another huge 194 runs with just one day left in the match.
At the end of day two Tripura made 63 runs for the loss of 1 wicket. Day three will be crucial for Tripura batsmen as they need to bat very much well to avoid the follow on otherwise another defeat is on the cart for Tripura.