The seventh match of the Big Base League held a match between Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades, in which Perth Scorchers beat Melbourne Renegades by 11 runs, let's know in detail.
Yesterday was the seventh match of the Big Boss League between Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Renegades. In which Perth Scorchers defeated Melbourne Renegades by 11 runs. Melbourne Renegades won the toss and invited Perth Scorchers to bat first. Perth Scorchers, batting first, scored 196 runs, losing 7 wickets in 20 overs. In which Cameron Bancroft hit a brilliant 51-run half-century in 37 balls, Mitchell Marsh scored an unbeaten half-century of 56 off 22 balls, Liam Livingstone 29 off 19 balls, Ashton Turner 36 off 26 balls and Josh Inglis 10. 14 runs scored in balls. In this way Perth Scorchers scored 196 runs losing 7 wickets in 20 overs.
In the second inning, Melbourne Renegades, chasing a target of 196 runs, could only manage 185 runs, losing 6 wickets in 20 overs, to stay away from 11 runs to get the target and lost the match by 11 runs, with Beau Webster in 37 balls. An unbeaten half-century innings of 67 runs, Shaun Marsh scored a 55-run half-century in 38 balls, Aaron Finch scored 28 runs in 15 balls, Sam Harper scored 15 runs in 12 balls, and Tom Cooper scored 9 runs in 14 balls. In this way, Melbourne Renegades could manage only 185 runs after losing six wickets in 20 overs and remained 11 runs away from their target and lost the match by 11 runs.