Contemporary Fit File – Strikers vs Thunder eighth Fit 2023/24

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Adelaide Strikers 205 for 4 (M Quick 82, D Quick 66) beat Sydney Thunder 200 for 7 (Bancroft 74, Ross 46) through six wickets

Matt Quick‘s masterclass and Adam Hose‘s snatch hitting on the dying lifted Adelaide Strikers to an exciting six-wicket win over the Sydney Thunder at Adelaide Oval.

After Cameron Bancroft (74) anchored the Thunder’s 200 for 7 on Tuesday evening, Quick (82) led the answer fantastically in his first fit as everlasting captain sooner than Hose raised victory with two deliveries last with a towering six.

Quick, who pounded six sixes in his 41-ball knock, and unrelated namesake D’Arcy Quick (66) placed on 139 for the primary wicket and had the hosts in keep watch over sooner than the skipper’s departure noticed the scoring fee sluggish.

Chris Lynn was once uncharacteristically subdued because the asking fee escalated to 35 required from the remaining 3 overs.

Strikers took the facility surge and misplaced Lynn, bowled through a Zaman Khan yorker, sooner than Jake Weatherald was once run out in amateurish type, crushed through Zaman’s direct hit whilst dawdling to the non-striker’s finish.

However Hose (28 no longer out off 9 balls) saved his cool, hanging 3 limitations off Nathan McAndrew within the nineteenth over sooner than going 4-2-6 off Zaman within the twentieth in an instant after Weatherald’s embarrassment.

Previous, Bancroft persisted to press his claims for upper honours, translating his wealthy red-ball shape to the shortest layout and giving Thunder a robust platform.

English opener Alex Hales was once bowled through Matt Quick making an attempt his fourth successive boundary sooner than Matt Gilkes departed first ball right through a frenetic powerplay.

No. 3 Ollie Davies fell to a very good catch from Matt Quick sooner than Bancroft and Alex Ross (46) mixed for an entertaining 82-run stand for the fourth wicket.

Daniel Sams gave the impression to harm his proper hip flexor whilst tumbling for a run in his transient innings however was once ready to bowl, reputedly with out discomfort.

Giant Englishman Jamie Overton inspired in his BBL debut, snaring 2 for 29 and taking a fantastic outfield catch to brush aside McAndrew within the twentieth over.



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