On the last day of the West Zone Inter University Cricket (Women) Tournament for the session 2018-19 Savitribai Phule Pune University stamped their supremacy and won the title. LNIPE Gwalior had to settle for the second place while University of Mumbai got third place and SGB Amravati University came at fourth place.
In the closing ceremony the guests were Mr. Prashant Vaidya, International Cricketer, Dr. Nitin Kongre, Member of Managaement Council, RTMNU, Dr. Urmila Dabir, Principal, R. K. K. MV., Mrs. Bhavana Bhotmange, Board Member, Sports and Physical Education Board, Dr. D. Welurkar, Ex Director, RTMNU, Dr. Yashwant Patil, Principal, PWS College, Dr. Vijay Datarkar, Principal, JCPE, Dr. Arvind Joshi, Vice Principal, Dr. Ambedkar College, Dr. Madhavi Mardikar, Co-ordinator, PGTD of Physical Education, Prof. Ravindra Pundlik, Ex Director, RTMNU, Dr. (Ms) Kalpana Jadhav, Ex Director, RTMNU and Prof. Atamaram Pande, Director, Department of Physical Education, RTMNU. Dr. Sharad Suryawanshi compared the programme while Dr. Babulal Dhotre gave the vote of thanks.
Saloni Rajput of SGB Amravati University got Best batswomen award, Vidhi Mathuriya of University of Mumbai got the best Bowler award, Jasmine Kar of LNIPE Gwalior got the best fielder award, Aditi Kale of Savitribai Phule Pune University got Best Wicketkeeper award, while Bharati Chaudhary of LNIPE got Best Player of the Tournament award.
In today’s match Savitribai Phule Pune University defeated University of Mumbai by 3 wickets. University of Mumbai batted first and scored 193 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 40 overs. Darshana Pawar scored 65 runs while Kasmira Shinde took 2 wickets. In reply Pune University scored 194 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 37 overs.
In the last league match LNIPE Gwalior defeated SGB Amravati University by 6 wickets. Amravati University scored 96 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 37 overs. Mamta Mahajan scored 27 runs while Anshula Rao took 3 wickets. In reply LNIPE Gwalior scored 97 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 24 overs. Anita scored 15 runs while Bhagyashri kadu took 3 wickets.