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Kochi: Kasaragod under-19 girls team all-out at Four run | Under-19 Girls' All-Out, Not A Battery Allowed By 4 Runs

This match took place between Kasaragod and Wayanad at Parinathalamna Stadium in Mallapuram
Waynead's team lost the match without losing a wicket in the first over by 5 runs

Kochi. The entire team of Kasaragod returned to the pavilion only on 4 runs on Thursday in the Under-19 match of girls played at Parinithalamanna Stadium in Mallapuram. In the match against Wayanad, none of Kasuragode's team team could open the account. Not only this, all the batsmen who have been dismissed have been clean bowled.

All the batsmen got bold

This is probably the first case of all-batsmen being dismissed in a single innings in the history of cricket in the same way. The four runs in the team's account were made due to the extra runs of the opposing team's bowlers. Waynead scored the required 5 runs in an over and won the match by 10 wickets.

Kasaragod did not get a single wicket for 2 overs

In this match, KasaraGod captain S Azhta won the toss and decided to bat. However, his decision proved wrong. Team opener Viveeta and S Chitra batted for 2 overs, but both of them could not open their account. In the third over, Wayne's captain Nitya also sent the pavilion to the Rajas of Kasaragod in addition to the two openers. In the next two overs, Kasaragod gave away three wickets and lost. Afterwards the other batsmen came in without opening the pavilion.

Nagaland team was all out for 2 runs 2 years ago

In the match against Kerala in February 2017, Nagaland girls under-19 team were all out for 2 runs. Then Nagaland opener Maneka was able to score only one run, while one run-wide was connected to the team's account. The other nine batsmen of the team returned to the pavilion at zero. Kerala won the match of 299 balls remaining in that match of 50 overs. The first ball of Kerala's innings was wide. On the next ball, Kerala opener Anshu S Raju gave his team a 10-wicket victory by chasing four.

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