The 11th match of the Big Base League was played yesterday between Sydney Sixers and Adelaide Strikers at Bellerive Oval, Hobart. In which the Sydney Sixers beat Adelaide Strikers by 38 runs.
Adelaide Strikers won the toss and invited Sydney Sixers to bat first, Sydney Sixers batted first and scored 177 runs after losing 5 wickets in 20 overs, Sydney Sixers did not start well, Josh Philippe and Jack Edwards came to start the inning. The first wicket of the inning fell in 12 runs, Josh Philippe was dismissed just for 6 runs in 12 balls, the next batsman James Vince came to bat, and played batting well with Jack Edwards, the second wicket of the inning fell for 29 runs, Jack Edwards dismissed for 17 from 18 balls, the next batsman Daniel Hughes came to bat and handled the inning, the third wicket fell for 58 runs, James Vince was out for 19 runs from 19 balls, after that Daniel Christian came to bat, and Handled the inning with Daniel Hughes, and formed a good partnership, the fourth wicket of the inning fell for 116 runs, Daniel Christian dismissed after playing a brilliant quick fast half-century inning of 50 runs in just 16 balls with 5 sixes and 4 boundaries, next batsman Jordan Silk came to bat, and he dismissed for 15 runs in 9 balls, then Johnson Holder came in to bat, and supported Daniel Hughes to the end, Daniel Hughes scored a brilliant unbeaten inning of 46 runs in 41 balls, and Johnson Holder played unbeaten 11 runs in 5 balls. In this way, Sydney Sixer batted first after losing the toss, scored 177 runs after losing 5 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs, and set a target of 178 runs in front of the Adelaide Strikers.
Adelaide Strikers bowlers Daniel Worrall and Wes Agar got 2-2 wickets, and Rashid Khan took 1 wicket.
Adelaide Strikers chasing 178 runs in the second inning, they were able to score only 139 runs, after losing 7 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs, and as a result, this match lost by 38 runs. The Adelaide Strikers had a good start but the ending was very poor, Philip Salt and Jake Weatherald came in to start the inning, and gave a good start, the first wicket of the inning fell for 52 runs, Philip Salt dismissed for 8 runs in 16 balls, next batsman Matt Renshaw came to bat, meanwhile the second wicket has gone, Jake Weatherald was dismissed for 27 from 15 balls, then Alex Carey came to bat, meanwhile the third wicket fell, Matt Renshaw dismissed just for 6 runs in 10 balls, next batsman Jonathan Wells came to bat, meanwhile the fourth wicket has gone, Alex Carey dismissed just for 9 runs from 9 balls, the next batsman Matthew Short came to bat, and he dismissed just for 3 runs in 6 balls, after that Liam Scott came to bat, and he was also out just for 10 runs in 12 balls, one side Jonathan Wells was holding the inning, on the other side wickets keep falling one after the other, the next batsman Rashid Khan came to bat, and he was dismissed just for 11 runs in13 balls, after that Daniel Worrall came to bat, and he was remain unbeaten after plying 1 run in 1 ball and, on the other hand, Jonathan Wells played an unbeaten inning of 36 runs in 38 balls. In this way, Adelaide Strikers chasing 178 runs in the second inning, they were able to score just 139 runs after losing 7 wickets in prescribed 20 overs, which resulted in the match lost by 38 runs.
The Sydney Sixers bowlers performed well, Ben Manenti, Carlos Brathwaite, and Steve OKeefe took 2-2 wickets, and Daniel Christian got one wicket.
Sydney Sixers batsman Daniel Christian selected for Man of the Match, he played a brilliant quick fast half-century inning of 50 runs in just 16 balls with 5 sixes and 4 boundaries, and he also got 1 wicket.