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DC vs RCB Match 17 Results

Match 17, Delhi, March 10, 2024, Women's Premier League, 2024
Delhi Capitals beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by 1 run
Delhi Capitals181/5 (20.0 overs)
Royal Challengers Bangalore180/7 (20.0 overs)
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Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Commentary

5:44 PM IST Right then, that's it from the coverage of this game. The Women's T20 League will return on 11th March. In this game, Gujarat will be locking horns against UP. The first ball will be at 7.30 pm IST (2pm GMT) but as you all know, you can join us early for the build-up. Until then, take care and goodbye.
5:41 PM IST Jemimah Rodrigues wins the Player of the Match award for her brilliant half-century. Firstly she is happy they have two days to recover from this victory. Mentions the talk during the strategic break was only to focus and continue bowling well and take the game deep. Felt more experienced in this game as they have been some part of last-over thrillers plenty of time. She just focused on taking effective runs, but feels it was a team effort which helped them to get over the line. Praises Richa Ghosh for her knock but adds that she feels for her.
5:41 PM IST Meg Lanning, the skipper of Delhi, says that that was really stressful. She adds that she always tries to stay calm and that is really important. She says that they had set a good target and just needed to bowl well. Mentions that the batting lineup was changed according to the situation and ends by saying that she is happy with the win.
5:41 PM IST Stay tuned for the presentations...
5:32 PM IST Jess Jonassen, the bowler who held her nerves in the final over is in for a quick word. She says that she had her plans clear for the last over and it worked well. Adds that after the six on the second last ball, they had it decided on which line to bowl. Adds that Meg Lanning is a great captain, as she keeps her cool and tries to calm everyone. Says that it was very hard for them and it feels good to be on the winning side. Ends by saying that its a team sport and they will aim for the silverware.
5:31 PM IST Smriti Mandhana, the captain of Bangalore is in for a chat. She says that it is a tough loss to take. Adds that Richa Ghosh played excellent and it was just amazing to see her play. She mentions that he had a niggle so it was tough for her. She adds that she would have loved to play better but it just wasn't her day. She says that Richa is a quality player and ends by saying that they played good cricket.
5:24 PM IST Delhi lost the very first match of this campaign on the very last delivery to Mumbai and now, they have managed to defend 1 run off the final delivery. That is certainly an improvement. What a performance it was though with the ball in hand. It was Alice Capsey who drew the first blood, but then there was a phase when the bowlers just could not trouble the batters. Nevertheless, Ellyse Perry and Sophie Molineux were struggling with their communication and that eventually came to benefit Delhi as the second-wicket stand was broken through a run-out. Soon, Arundhati Reddy got rid of Sophie Molineux who was looking set. Then there was a moment when Bangalore conceded 17 runs in the 15th over which brought them back in the game. After that though, it was some great bowling showcased by Shikha Pandey, Marizanne Kapp and Jess Jonassen to make sure that it is Delhi that takes two crucial points away. Four bowlers chipped in with a wicket each to get across the line by the barest of margins.
5:23 PM IST Bangalore did a brilliant job early on with the ball in hand to restrict Delhi to just 181 on this batting paradise. Bangalore came in with the right intent, and a new gameplan. It was a new opening pair for them, which started off pretty nicely, although their skipper could not stick out there for long. Sophie Molineux though got off to a positive start. She continued to get boundaries at regular intervals, although she got this motivation after seeing the way Ellyse Perry got going at number 3. These two repaired the innings for their side, but they both fell in quick succession and allowed Delhi to come back in the game. Richa Ghosh though held her nerve really well, but she could not take them home.
5:18 PM IST OH MY GOSH! Richa Ghosh, you did everything in your power to take you side home, but from the outside prespective, this Women's Indian T20 League continues to reach new heights, but for now it is Delhi that are on the peak. Richa Ghosh seems to be in tears, but a good gesture by Jemimah Rodrigues and then Shikha Pandey who brings out a warm hug, for a fair fight. Delhi have cemented their spot in the top three.
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RCB: 180/7CRR: 9.00
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Jess Jonassen to Richa Ghosh, no run

OUT! RUN OUT! What a game of cricket we have seen here! Touch short and on off, Richa Ghosh taps it to point for a quick single. Shafali Verma is quick to throw the ball towards Jess Jonassen who makes a run out! The umpire goes upstairs to have a check and replays show that Richa Ghosh's dive fell just short of the crease. Delhi beat Bangalore by just 1 run!


Jess Jonassen to Richa Ghosh, 6 runs

SIX! It is all happening here at Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi! FIFTY up for Richa Ghosh! A half tracker that sits up to be hit, Richa Ghosh gets low and clatters it all the way over deep mid-wicket for a maximum! 2 needed off the final delivery now! Are we in for a super over?

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DC vs RCB Venue Details

Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi, India
Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
PitchBatting friendly
Matches Won
Batting First7 Won (63.64%)
Bowling First4 Won (36.36%)
Temperature, 20.66C, Haze
Humidity - 49%Wind Speed 1.54 meter/sec
  • 154Average 1st Innings
  • 146Average 2nd Innings
  • 36.29%PACEPercentage of wickets takes by pacers
  • 63.71%SPINPercentage of wickets takes by spinners
  • 199-5By Gujarat Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Highest Total
  • 113-10By Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians Lowest Total
  • 95* Runs Harmanpreet KaurHighest Individual Score
  • 6/15Ellyse PerryBest Bowling Figures
Reviews Remaining:DC - 1 of 2, RCB - 2 of 2

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Match Details

Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
Delhi Capitals, elected to bat
Women's Premier League, 2024
Series Period
23 Feb 2024 - 17 Mar 2024
Match Day
10 Mar 2024 - D/N (20 - over match)
Abhijit Bhattacharya (IND), N Janani (IND) and Mohamad Rafi (IND)
Match Referee
Rajni Basnet (IND)
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