For Tamil Nadu, Indian player A Sandhya scored eight goals, M Saritha four goals and A Durga and Malavika three goals each. Sethu FC, playing in the National Women’s League, led Tamil Nadu by eight goals in the first half.
In another match of the group, Punjab and Bengal drew 0-0. Maharashtra beat Arunachal Pradesh by six wickets in Group E at the Corporation Stadium. In another match, Sikkim thrashed Jammu and Kashmir by five unanswered goals.
The Goa-Delhi match ended in a draw. Mamta scored for Delhi. Dedicated Yashwant Pednakar found the target for Goa.
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Shane Warne | Australian spin legend Shane Warne injured in car accident
Australian spin legend Shane Warne has been injured in an accident. The accident happened while riding a bike with his son Jackson. Vaughn and his son escaped from the bike with minor injuries. Vaughn was the one riding the bike.
The accident happened on Sunday. Vaughn, who did not go to the hospital due to any serious injuries, returned home on Monday after suffering a concussion. Australian media quoted Vaughn as saying that he had a slight bruise and pain in his leg in the accident.
The bike skidded about 15 meters in the accident and sustained minor injuries to the hip, leg and ankle. Vaughn’s son took care of him immediately after the accident.
Vaughan, Australia’s all-time leading wicket-taker in Test cricket, is preparing to become a commentator on the Ashes series starting on December 8.
Cricket Australia and the England and Wales Cricket Board have reportedly begun discussions over the conduct of the Ashes series in the wake of the spread of the new variant of the corona virus, the Omicron.
“Discussions on the conduct of the Ashes are a bit early now, but we have already begun discussions with the Australian Board. Given the new situation, there is scope for a change in the rules of the border, but it is unlikely that it will affect the England squad for the Ashes. But once we get there, our security will be in the hands of the central and state governments, “said Ashley Giles, England’s director of cricket.