Thursday, October 6, 2022

Astonishing Sixes Hit by Andre Russell


Caribbean dangerous All-rounder Andre Russell hit an astonishing hit six to assist the Trinbago Knight  Riders beat the St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots by only three runs in the SKYEXCH 6IXTY in St. Kitts on Saturday. Andre Russell had scored a wonderful 72 off only 24 balls including five fours and eight sixes, in any event, hitting six in succession at a certain point, to assist the Knight Riders with posting 155-5 from their 10 overs after the Patriots won the toss and chose for field first.

Openers Tim Seifert and Tion Webster additionally contributed 22 each off 13 and 10 balls, individually. Pacer Jeremiah Louis took 1-21 from his two overs. The Patriots were similarly damaging in their chance at the wrinkle, polishing 152-4 off their 10 overs, barely passing up triumph. Sherfane Rutherford was in fine structure, crushing a 15-ball 50 including one four and seven sixes. Dominic Drakes additionally created some lower order hitting with 33 not out off only 10 balls including two fours and four sixes.

Anderson Phillip was splendid with the ball with 3-17 from his two overs. Between them, the groups scored 306 runs and hit 30 sixes, the most over the top ever in a 10 overs for each side. The two groups progressed to Sunday’s semi-finals by the Jamaica Tallawahs and Barbados Royals. In the semis, the Tallawahs will play the Patriots while the Knight Riders will go against the Royals. The last will likewise occur on Sunday.

In the Women’s version, The Barbados Royals booked a spot in Sunday’s last against the Trinbago Knight Riders by overcoming the Guyana Amazon Warriors by five wickets.

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The Amazon Warriors were held to only 58 all out in 9.5 overs in the wake of winning the toss and choosing to bat first. Skipper Stafanie Taylor top scored with 28 while Royals skipper Hayley Matthews took 1-11 from her two overs.

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Matthews (25 not out) and South African Chloe Tryon (27 not out) then, at that point, consolidated to direct the Royals to an effective pursuit, arriving at 59-1 off 7.3 overs.



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