Champions League Twenty20, 8th Match, Group A: Otago v Perth Scorchers at Jaipur, Sep 25, 2013
Champions League Twenty20 - 8th match, Group A
Otago won by 62 runs
Played at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur (neutral venue)
25 September 2013 - day/night match (20-over match)

Paris to Rutherford, OUT, and Paris strikes in his first ball in T20s, as he gets a length ball to come in and rap the pads. Perth go up for the appeal and the umpire does not hesitate to raise the finger. What a start from Paris

HD Rutherford lbw b Paris 2 (9m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00


Paris to BB McCullum, OUT, full and straight and Paris makes it two in two. Another swinging delivery and is too good for McCullum, who is facing his first delivery. Massive wicket for Perth as they will feel truly on top with this scalp.

BB McCullum lbw b Paris 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00


Paris to de Boorder, no run, in the blockhole and Derek is able to keep it out. Fantastic ball to deliver if you are looking for the hat-trick


Paris to de Boorder, no run, full again, this time hitting the pads, as Derek is unable to work it away on the leg side


Paris to de Boorder, no run, full again on middle and Derek is able to block this one out


Paris to de Boorder, no run, Paris delivers another full delivery, going past the leg side, as Derek tries to get a bat on it. Ends up with a double-wicket maiden to begin his T20 career

Otago 9/2   JS Paris 1-1-0-2

Paris to de Boorder, 1 run, full, and this time outside off as Derek squirts this to cover, who fires in a throw at the striker's end. Broom was struggling the whole way and would have been out by a long shot


Paris to Broom, no run, full again and Broom is able to defend the ball to the off side


Paris to Broom, FOUR, full and on middle as Broom tries to hit this down the ground, but gets an edge which rises over first slip to the boundary. Unlucky for Paris


Paris to Broom, FOUR, this time a little shorter from Paris, just outside off, and it is all Broom needs as he lofts this over extra-cover for a convincing boundary


Paris to Broom, no run, Paris sees Broom coming down so he adjusts the length accordingly, with back of a length on the leg stump


Paris to Broom, no run, right in the blockhole which Broom tries to guide through the inner ring, but to no avail

Otago 22/2   JS Paris 2-1-9-2

Paris to Broom, SIX, full toss on the pads and Broom simply helps it on its way to the fine leg boundary


Paris to Broom, FOUR, full toss, wide of off stump and carved behind square on the off side to beat an incoming third man


Paris to Broom, 1 run, finally gets one to land on the wicket, and that too a full yorker on middle, but Broom is able to eke it out for a single


Paris to ten Doeschate, SIX, full and on leg stump as Ryan clears the front leg to smash a massive six through long on


Paris to ten Doeschate, 2 runs, low full toss and Ryan clips this to deep midwicket


Paris to ten Doeschate, 1 run, full and just outside off, but Ryan unlucky to find a diving short cover, but hits it well enough to get a single and raise his fifty

Otago 188/3   JS Paris 3-1-29-2

Paris to Broom, 2 runs, fuller length slanting in as Broom tries to hit this over long off, but fails to get good bat on it. But long on ends up spilling the chance anyway. Yet another blunder in the field from the Scorchers


Paris to Broom, no run, yorker length delivery outside off stump, Broom fails to get bat on ball


Paris to Broom, SIX, full and wide outside off and Broom is able to clear Behnendorff at long on for six. On 95 now...


Paris to Broom, SIX, short ball and Broom hits one of the most astonishing shots you will ever see to get to a 100. Seeing this rising, he swivels sharply to lift this through fine leg, and hits it well enough to clear the boundary. 101 off 51 balls, wonderful stuff!


Paris to Broom, SIX, Broom simply has no mercy for the Scorchers bowling, as he ends up clubbing this over midwicket for six to get the highest score in Champions League history


Paris to Broom, 1 run, Broom able to work this away to long off to retain strike for the final over

Otago 225/4   JS Paris 4-1-50-2





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