During a Sheffield Shield match between Queensland and New South Wales saw a hilarious moment. When New South Wales batsman was kept on running despite ball goes for a boundary. Harry Conway nicked a delivery behind the stumps for a boundary. But in everyone’s surprise, he kept on running despite the ball crossing the ropes.
Even commentators joked about it saying, “You can’t get anything more than four Harry”.
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New South Wales won the match by five wickets, and Harry Conway was awarded with the player of the match award. In this match, Queensland won the toss and opted to bat first. Queensland has scored 153 runs in the first inning while New South Wales has scored 288/9 and declared the first inning.
Queensland has scored 298 runs in the second inning, and New South Wales chased down the target with five wickets spare. David Warner has scored a century in the first inning for New South Wales. He scored 25 runs in 221 balls with the help of 19 fours.
Harry Conway took five wickets in the first inning and five-wicket in the second inning for NSW. He took a total of 10 wickets in the game and awarded with the player of the match award.
“I’m just annoyed the game is dead. At the end of day three we have two more sessions tomorrow that we have to play of dead cricket,” Handscomb said.
“We’re all gonna walk away from here with a draw, whereas we could’ve been competing for something tomorrow.
“Both teams could’ve been competing for a win tomorrow.
“Now it’s just going to fizzle out into a draw. We’ll shake hands after tea and tell everyone thanks for coming and sorry for such a boring game of Shield cricket.”