The competitions of the Khelo India J-K Winter Games will be held at Kongdori, Gulmarg in four age categories for both boys and girls.
Openers Quinton de Kock and Temba Bavuma provided a quickfire start to the Proteas as the duo put on 48 runs inside five overs. However, England came back strongly as the side dismissed skipper de Kock (43) in the fifth over.
Harmanpreet Kaur (14) and Arundhati Reddy (0) were sent back to the pavilion, reducing India to 118/6 in the 16th over. In the end, India capitulated and went on to lose the final by 11 runs.
In the T20I series between India and New Zealand, the third and fourth match went into the Super Over, and the Men in Blue managed to come out triumphant both times.
This was Rahul's (112) first century while batting at the number five position. However, Rahul (112) and Pandey (42) perished in the 47th over, leaving India at 269/6.
New Zealand brought in Kane Williamson and Mitchell Santner in place of Tom Blundell and Mitchell Santner. On the other hand, India decided to give Manish Pandey a chance in place of Kedar Jadhav.
Yashasvi Jaiswal's knock of 88 runs helped India put up a total of 177 runs. During Bangladesh's innings, the match was reduced to 46 overs due to rain.
Bangladesh defeated India by three wickets (DLS method) in the final of the tournament to lift their maiden title here at Senwes Park on Sunday. After the match, both the teams engaged in an exchange of words and even some pushing.
The winning team's captain Akbar Ali also stated that the incident should not have had happened and apologised for it.