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2016–17 Senior Women's T20 League

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2016–17 Senior Women's T20 League was the ninth edition of the domestic women's T20 competition in India.[1][2] It was held from 2 January to 15 January 2017. Railway women emerged as champions by defeating all 3 teams in the Elite super league.[3] Other 3 teams Madhya Pradesh women, Hyderabad women, and Bengal women won 1 game each. Delhi women won the Plate final by defeating Bengal women.[4]

2016–17 Senior Women's T20 League
Dates2 January 2017 (2017-01-02)–15 January 2017
Administrator(s)BCCI
Cricket formatWomen's Twenty20
Tournament format(s)Round-robin tournament and Playoff
Host(s)various
ChampionsRailways (9th title)
Runners-upHyderabad
Participants27
Most runsMithali Raj 311
Most wicketsNidhi Buley 18
Official websitebcci.tv
2016–17 Indian domestic cricket season
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Contents

ParticipantsEdit

All 27 women's teams participated in the tournament. The teams were divided in 5 groups in 2 tiers. 3 in Plate level and 2 in Elite level.

Elite Group Plate Group
Group A Group B Group A Group B Group C

VenueEdit

The following venue hoisted the tournament.

Venues for the 2016–17 Senior women's T20 league

Elite Super LeagueEdit

Pos Team Pts Pld W L NRR
1 Railways 12 3 3 0 +2.183
2 Hyderabad 4 3 1 2 -0.282
3 Bengal 4 3 1 2 -0.625
4 Madhya Pradesh 4 3 1 2 -1.083
10 January 2017
Scorecard
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Railways Won by 9 Runs
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot
10 January 2017
Scorecard
Bengal
124/5
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Bengal Won by 3 Runs
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot
11 January 2017
Scorecard
Bengal
82/6
v
Railways Won by 9 Wickets
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot
11 January 2017
Scorecard
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Madhya Pradesh Won by 10 Runs
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot
13 January 2017
Scorecard
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Railways Won by 72 Runs
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot
13 January 2017
Scorecard
Bengal
112/5
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Hyderabad Won by 5 Wickets
Railway Cricket Ground, Rajkot

Plate PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

11 January 2017
Scorecard
v
Baroda
96/4
11 January 2017
Scorecard
v
Karnataka Won by 35 Runs
Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur

Semi FinalsEdit

13 January 2017
Scorecard
v
Baroda
93/3
13 January 2017
Scorecard
v
Delhi
105/2

FinalsEdit

15 January 2017
Scorecard
Delhi
115/3
v
Baroda
110/8

StatisticsEdit

Most RunsEdit

Pos Player Team Runs Mat Inns NO HS Avg BF SR 100 50 4s 6s
1 Mithali Raj Railways 311 7 6 4 100* 155.50 274 113.50 1 2 40 3
2 Punam Raut Railways 274 7 7 3 75* 68.50 226 121.23 0 3 30 9
3 Mona Vidarbha 265 6 6 2 75* 66.25 241 109.95 0 2 32 2
4 Mridula Jadeja Saurashtra 246 6 6 4 45* 123.00 285 86.31 0 0 17 1
5 Latika Kumari Delhi 231 6 6 2 59* 57.75 197 117.25 0 2 37 0

Most wicketsEdit

Pos Player Team Wkts Mat Inns Overs Runs BBI Avg Econ SR 4w 5w
1 Nidhi Buley Madhya Pradesh 18 7 7 27.5 144 5/17 8.00 5.17 9.27 0 1
2 R B Dabhi Saurashtra 13 6 6 23.4 89 4/9 6.84 3.76 10.92 1 0
3 Ashwani Kumari Jharkhand 12 5 5 18.0 88 4/20 7.33 4.88 9.00 1 0
4 Reema Malhotra Delhi 11 6 6 14.3 85 3/11 7.72 5.86 7.90 0 0
Radha Yadav Baroda 11 6 6 23.3 90 3/9 8.18 3.82 12.81 0 0
Poonam Yadav Railways 11 7 7 22.0 107 3/12 9.72 4.86 12.00 0 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "senior-womens-t20-league-2016-17". Bcci.tv.
  2. ^ "Inter_State_Womens_Twenty20_Competition_2016-17". Cricketarchive.com. (Subscription required (help)). Cite uses deprecated parameter |subscription= (help)
  3. ^ "dominant-railways-defend-t20-title". Bcci.tv.
  4. ^ "Delhi clinch Senior Women's T20 Plate league". www.bcci.tv.