Heazlett, Bazley steer Brisbane Warmth house on Gold Coast after nighttime border crossing
The duo headlined a five-wicket victory over Melbourne Renegades after Warmth crossed the border from NSW at 2am on fit day
Brisbane Warmth 5 for 141 (Heazlett 44, Lynn 32, Khan 2-27) beat Melbourne Renegades 6 for 140 (Harvey 71, Bazley 3-28) via 5 wickets
The win comes after Warmth left the northern New South Wales the city of Kingscliff, the place they’d been staying following final week’s loss to Perth Scorchers in Western Australia, and crossed the border at 2am on Monday prior to attaining their resort two hours later.
Despatched in to bat via Warmth captain Jimmy Peirson, Renegades had lots to be grateful in opposition to Harvey for after he top-scored, off 56 balls. He was once the one Renegades batter to move 20 in a innings the place the Warmth bowlers Liam Guthrie (0 for 10) and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (0 for 19) bowled their 4 overs each and every with out conceding a boundary.
Legspinner Mitch Swepson and English Lions batter Tom Abell added to Warmth’s line-up after taking part within the four-day excursion sport at Brisbane’s Ian Healy Oval, the place Australia A defeated the Lions via 112 runs.
Swepson, in tandem with Mujeeb, tied down the Renegades within the first part in their innings, as they went from the top of the 3rd over till the eleventh with out scoring a boundary.
Brisbane subsequent play Sydney Thunder on the Gabba on Sunday with Renegades’ subsequent fit at house in opposition to Scorchers on December 22.