Women’s Cricket: Nagaland women all out for 2, Kerala reach target in 1 ball
India’s Under-19 Cricket match is a unique record. Playing under-19 one-day league match against Kerala, Nagaland’s team scored just 2 runs …. Yes, its true only 2 runs and got out. Nagaland team could only play 17 overs in the match. Interestingly, during this time nine team members of the team were dismissed without opening the account. The team’s initial batsman Maneka scored one run while another run came in the form of extra (wide). In the match, the Nagaland team made two runs in the first five overs.
At one time, the team’s score was 2 runs without losing the wicket and watching the entire team got out on this score, the pavilion returned. In reply, Kerala got this goal only on one ball. In this way Kerala broke Nepal’s record of achieving the goal in the lowest ball. In 2006, Nepal took only two balls to reach the goal in the match against Myanmar.