• BATSMEN
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    4.1 the ball was swirling in the air, tough against the night sky but he kept his eye on the ball, positioned himself nicely and took it on the second attempt. It was an almighty heave over midwicket, but all Simmons managed to get on it was a top edge, as the fielder caught it on the second attempt between his thighs. 46/1
    8.3 that has come about because of the squeeze that was superby applied in the last over. Ludeman looks to clear the short leg side boundary at deep backward square, swings it across the line but only gets a top edge, the wicketkeeper had quite a task at hand in his quest to take that skier, ran to his left, kept his eyes on the ball, ensured he wasn't too close to it and pouched it as cleanly as they come. 66/3
    5.3 nothing delivery but it gets the wicket, so it really doesn't matter, does it? Back of length delivery angling away, Mahela looks to use the pace and glide that wide of the wicketkeeper, but can only feather and edge through. Two wickets in quick succession now 54/2
    not out
    101
    53
    4
    9
    190.56
    14.5 this time, the catch is taken by Sean Abbott. Short ball, he rolled his wrists on that one to keep the pull down., it was a short boundary, but found the lone man at deep backward square leg. Big moment in the match 113/4
    16.3 goes for a wild swing, only manages to slice it down towards third man, the point fielder threw his hat into the race by going for it, but backed off finally., and Ayre held his own to take it quite comfortably 123/5
    not out
    2
    1
    0
    0
    200.00
    Extras
    4 (w 4)
    TOTAL
    182/5 (19.3 Overs, RR: 9.33)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    JM Bird4.003318.2510
    BJ Dwarshuis4.002536.2510
    DE Bollinger4.003107.7500
    J Botha4.003609.0010
    SA Abbott3.3057116.2810
    Fall of wickets:1-46 (CJ Simmons, 4.1 ov), 2-54 (DPMD Jayawardene, 5.3 ov), 3-66 (TP Ludeman, 8.3 ov), 4-113 (BJ Hodge, 14.5 ov), 5-123 (AI Ross, 16.3 ov)

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