Middleweight Renuka Singh overcame Barbados’ top with a four-stroke run as India beat their short rivals 100 times to qualify for the women’s T20 cricket semifinals at the Games Commonwealth on Wednesday. Invited to hit the ball, India was crowned 162 wins 4 thanks to Jemimah Rodrigues’ half-century unbeaten record (56 without 46 passes) and 26 goals 43 from the opener. Shafali Verma. The Indians then restricted Barbados to 62 for 8 out of 20 rounds against Renuka trezling who hit Barbados with an impressive spell.
Captain Harmanpreet KaurSneh Rana, Meghna Singh and Radha Yadav jostled each other with a bundle.
Barbados was sacked for 64 in a nine-match loss to Australia in a previous game.
With the win, India ranked second after Australia (6 points after 3 matches) in Group A with four points after two wins. They have beaten Pakistan and lost to Australia in previous matches.
The semi-finals will take place on Saturday. Renuka scores in the third ball of the Barbados half, clearing the opener Dendra Dottin for a duck. She then fired captain Hayley Matthews (9), Kycia Knight (3) and Aaliyah Alleyne (0) in a row quickly reduced Barbados to 19 for 4 out of nine passes.
In Indian rounds, the opener Smriti Mandhana (5), who had a half-century record in India’s victory over arch-rivals Pakistan, fell cheaply but Verma and Rodrigues secured a 71-match finish for the second player. support the match.
However, India had difficulty when captain Harmanpreet (0) played only 3 times after Verma was sacked. But the partnership lasted 70 times between Rodrigues and Deepti Sharma (34 not out) for an uninterrupted fifth match put India on a good total.
For Barbados, Shanika Bruce, Hayley Matthews and Shakera Selman each hold a wicket.
Brief score: India: 162 for 4 out of 20 episodes (Jemimah Rodrigues 56 not out, Shafali Verma.43; Shanika Bruce 1/17) Barbados: 62 for 8 out of 20 episodes (Kyshona Knight 16; Renuka Singh 4/ ten).
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