Champions League Twenty20, 15th Match, League A: New South Wales v Trinidad & Tobago at Hyderabad (Deccan), Oct 16, 2009
Champions League Twenty20 - 15th match, League A
Trinidad & Tobago won by 4 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
16 October 2009 - night match (20-over match)

Phil Hughes and David Warner are the batsmen for NSW, Rampaul will kick things off for T&T. We are ready.

Jim Davis: "A low turn out for possibly the game of the series? Sacrilegious! (and I don't even support either team)"

T&T are in a huddle, the NSW openers are ready to make their way out.

The umpires are making their way out now. The teams follow for the tournament anthem - it'll echo loud and clear across the largely empty stands. The teams shake hands, the captains exchange a piece of cloth in a show of commitment to the "Spirit of Cricket". Lets get on with the game, shall we?

Niala writes in from T&T: "Back at home everyone is so excited to see this game and see our boys win this league! We love our cricket and we love our team 100%! The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus loves you all and we are supporting the team all the way!"

Jon Harris-Bass, who hosts Cricinfo's Switch Hit show, sends us this: "Concerning the super over, maybe they should introduce it at the end of a test match if it's a draw so that like all American sports there's always awinner and a loser... We'll discuss it in the Switch Hit show on Tuesday!" A novel idea, no doubt, but one that will have plenty of dissenters.

A poor turnout for today's matches in Hyderabad; the fans appear to have lost interest after their home team was knocked out. The organisers won't be too happy.

New in Page 2: Harbhajan Singh on his best Aussie mate, his dancing skills, and his burning batting ambition.

Sue de Groot on why Twenty20 is ideal for the ladies.

Andrew Hughes offers solutions to the problem of tied games: dance-offs, anyone?

NSW have won the toss and opted to bat. They have stuck to the same team. No changes for T&T either.

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We'll have the toss in around five minutes. Read the preview to this game in the meantime.

Both teams have carried points coming into this round, and being the best teams from their respective groups in the first round, this promises to be an entertaining contest. Andrew Symonds has a job after his team was knocked out earlier in the tournament, he's commentating and giving the pitch report. He says a score of 180 is possible on a track like this, and fancies batting first.

Hello and welcome to the League A fixture between Trinidad and Tobago and New South Wales being played in Hyderabad.

Join Cricinfo's associate editor Dileep Premachandran and Inbox contributor Sriram Dayanand for the pre-match discussion here. Send your questions for them in to chatterbox@cricinfo.com.

0.1

Rampaul to Hughes, no run, bowls it short and wide, reaches to play a cut, doesn't make contact

0.2

Rampaul to Hughes, 1 run, kept just a little low, short of a good length on the off, defended wide of square leg for a single

0.3

Rampaul to Warner, FOUR, short and wide, punches it away hard through the covers for a boundary, off the mark in confident fashion

0.4

Rampaul to Warner, 1 run, nipped back in a hint and got some good bounce, bowled at 136.2 kmph, struck on the thighs, they get a run

0.5

Rampaul to Hughes, FOUR, short and wide again, there to cut and he cracks it off the back foot behind point for a boundary

0.6

Rampaul to Hughes, FOUR, straying on the pads, NSW are off in positive fashion, tickled down to the fine-leg boundary

Three poor deliveries, each dispatched promptly. Rampaul has to alter both his length and direction

End of over 1 (14 runs) New South Wales 14/0 (RR: 14.00)

    • PJ Hughes 9 (4b 2x4)
    • DA Warner 5 (2b 1x4)
    • R Rampaul 1-0-14-0

Bravo comes on, a widish slip. He's bowling round the wicket

1.1

DJ Bravo to Warner, 1 run, pitched it up, full and wide, went for the drive, got a thick edge down to third man

1.2

DJ Bravo to Hughes, FOUR, was made to reach for it and he didn't time it all too well but it had enough on it to roll down the ropes, length ball and he scooped it in front of cover, he dived forward to snap it but it bounced just in front to evade him and go for another four

1.3

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, short of a good length on the off, punched back to the bowler

1.4

DJ Bravo to Hughes, 1 wide, pushes it a touch too wide, reaches for a booming drive, can't get to it

1.4

DJ Bravo to Hughes, FOUR, shot! Pitched it up on the off stump and leant into the drive, caressing it between mid-off and extra cover for a boundary, ominous signs for T&T

1.5

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, darted back in from a good length on the off stump, rocked back to defend it to the bowler

1.6

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, shortish on the off, guided down to point from the crease

NSW have taken advantage of every available opportunity thus far. Five boundaries already!

End of over 2 (10 runs) New South Wales 24/0 (RR: 12.00)

    • PJ Hughes 17 (9b 4x4)
    • DA Warner 6 (3b 1x4)
    • DJ Bravo 1-0-10-0
    • R Rampaul 1-0-14-0

Jason: "A lot of international cricket "experts" are not giving T&T a chance in this league because they link the team to the West Indies. Please note that this T&T team have been together over 3 years now and at the moment are much better than the current W.I. team. We are Trinidad and Tobago and though we have a few players on the W.I. team we are considered the strongest team in the Caribbean region. We hope that the W.I. selectors learn from their mistakes and include many players of this team in their West Indies 50 over and T20 team in the future."

Sherwin Ganga replaces Rampaul, spinner into the act immediately

2.1

S Ganga to Warner, no run, short on middle, moves away and slaps it to cover point

2.2

S Ganga to Warner, FOUR, dragged it short again, on leg stump and turning away, makes room and swats it between mid-off and extra cover for four more

2.3

S Ganga to Warner, no run, quicker through the air, on middle and off, a touch fuller, defended to cover

2.4

S Ganga to Warner, 1 run, quickish on the off, jabbed down to long-on for a single

2.5

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, pitches it on a good length on the off, rocks back and defends it on the pitch

2.6

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, good come back after the boundary, bowled it on a good length just a fraction outside leg, it turned in and he worked it down to square leg

End of over 3 (5 runs) New South Wales 29/0 (RR: 9.66)

    • PJ Hughes 17 (11b 4x4)
    • DA Warner 11 (7b 2x4)
    • S Ganga 1-0-5-0
    • DJ Bravo 1-0-10-0

Brian from T&T: "Not a big 20-20 fan, but I am more excited about this game than I was about the Champions Trophy. I was also more excited about picking my nose than watching England play Oz for 7 ODIs after the Ashes - ridiculous. Anyway come on T&T - mash dem up bwoyz!"

3.1

DJ Bravo to Warner, no run, swings hard, tries to ram it through the covers, doesn't connect as it came back in

3.2

DJ Bravo to Warner, 1 run, slower one, at 113.8 kmph, stopped on him a little, punched it uppishly through cover into the deep for a single

3.3

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, appeal for catch, short outside off, came back in, went for the cut, it went through to the keeper, there was a sound but not a strong enough appeal from the keeper though, close

3.4

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, pushed off the front foot towards cover

3.5

DJ Bravo to Hughes, FOUR, a heave works for Hughes, short on the off and he just swung hard at it, aiming to clear mid-on and did so easily, one bounce four

3.6

DJ Bravo to Hughes, 1 run, slower one bowled full on the off, driven uppishly but wide of the bowler to mid-off for a single

End of over 4 (6 runs) New South Wales 35/0 (RR: 8.75)

    • PJ Hughes 22 (15b 5x4)
    • DA Warner 12 (9b 2x4)
    • DJ Bravo 2-0-16-0
    • S Ganga 1-0-5-0
4.1

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, short on the off, turning away sharply, tries to guide it behind point, misses

4.2

S Ganga to Hughes, 2 runs, shortish on leg stump, whipped away wide of midwicket for a couple of runs

4.3

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, tight line, on middle and off, pushed it back to the bowler

4.4

S Ganga to Hughes, 2 runs, flat and on a good length on the off, driven wide of long-on, plenty of open spaces and he gets an easy couple

4.5

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, short on leg stump, worked away down to square leg

4.6

S Ganga to Hughes, 1 run, bowled on a good length on middle, defended wide of mid-off for a single to keep the strike

End of over 5 (5 runs) New South Wales 40/0 (RR: 8.00)

    • PJ Hughes 27 (21b 5x4)
    • DA Warner 12 (9b 2x4)
    • S Ganga 2-0-10-0
    • DJ Bravo 2-0-16-0

Paul: "In reply to Jason, our T&T team is very strong because they have been playing together for such a long time. This doesn't mean that many of our players will succeed at the international level. Darren Ganga is a good example of someone who does brilliantly playing for T&T but fails when playing for the WI team."

5.1

DJ Bravo to Hughes, FOUR, slogs it away, just a fraction short outside off and he seizes on it early, smacking it away wide of midwicket for a boundary

5.2

DJ Bravo to Hughes, no run, banged in short outside off, lets it through to the keeper

Reagan: "Jason, dont speak harshly about the West Indies selectors, right now the WIPA and WICB are seeing eye to eye, try not to jinx it. Although you are right!"

5.3

DJ Bravo to Hughes, FOUR, trying to make the most of the restrictions here, short again and Hughes, very awkwardly, pulls it away between midwicket and square leg, four more

5.4

DJ Bravo to Hughes, 1 run, bowled it slower, turned it behind square for a single

Candace: "True cricket fans are finally getting to see some good cricket from this Trinidad and Tobago team, because for a couple of months we've had to endure through the WICB drama without a proper team to back. "

5.5

DJ Bravo to Warner, no run, short of a good length on the off, punches it hard but straight to extra cover

5.6

DJ Bravo to Warner, 1 run, bludgeoned through the covers but there's a fielder in the deep, just a single to bring up the 50

NSW have started strongly, the openers have laid the stage for a substantial total here. T&T need a wicket badly amid all the support they're getting from people sending their comments

End of over 6 (10 runs) New South Wales 50/0 (RR: 8.33)

    • DA Warner 13 (11b 2x4)
    • PJ Hughes 36 (25b 7x4)
    • DJ Bravo 3-0-26-0
    • S Ganga 2-0-10-0
6.1

S Ganga to Warner, no run, short on the off, cut away down to point

6.2

S Ganga to Warner, no run, how did that miss? Short on leg stump, went for the pull, misses, it clipped his trousers on the way to the keeper, missed the leg stump by a whisker

6.3

S Ganga to Warner, no run, pushed back to the bowler off the back foot

6.4

S Ganga to Warner, 1 run, tossed up on the off, driven down to long-off for a single

6.5

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, bowled it short on the off, turns away, tries to late-cut it behind point, misses

6.6

S Ganga to Hughes, no run, shortish on middle, rocks back and taps it back to the bowler

Sherwin's done well, was brought on after Rampaul was smacked around and has kept it tight

End of over 7 (1 run) New South Wales 51/0 (RR: 7.28)

    • PJ Hughes 36 (27b 7x4)
    • DA Warner 14 (15b 2x4)
    • S Ganga 3-0-11-0
    • DJ Bravo 3-0-26-0

Dave Mohammed to bowl his chinamen

7.1

Mohammed to Warner, 1 run, short of a good length on the off, knocked down to deep cover for a single

A slip in place

7.2

Mohammed to Hughes, no run, quicker through the air, didn't spin, zipped through the gate as he played forward

7.3

Mohammed to Hughes, 2 runs, pushed gently into the leg side in the midwicket region, lots of vacant spaces, gets an easy couple

7.4

Mohammed to Hughes, no run, short and wide, turns away, goes for the cut, misses

7.5

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, shortish on leg stump, whipped down to long leg for a single

7.6

Mohammed to Warner, 1 run, shortish on the off, slapped down to deep cover for a single

End of over 8 (5 runs) New South Wales 56/0 (RR: 7.00)

    • DA Warner 16 (17b 2x4)
    • PJ Hughes 39 (31b 7x4)
    • D Mohammed 1-0-5-0
    • S Ganga 3-0-11-0

Robbie: "Im considering putting some money on T&T to win the whole tournament. With Bravo (Dwayne) and Pollard (just for his six hitting) I think they have 2 of the best T20 players around. Pity their bowling doesn't look up to much in this game."

Lendl Simmons to bowl some medium-pacers

8.1

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, short on leg stump, pulled away to deep square leg

8.2

Simmons to Hughes, no run, bowled full on the off, mistimes a drive to midwicket

8.3

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, slower one bowled short, eased off the back foot to deep cover for a single

8.4

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, lands on a length on the off, punched crisply down to long-off for a single

8.5

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, slower one bowled full outside off, drives it with a slightly open face wide of cover for a single

8.6

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, short and wide, cut away hard but straight to deep point, just a single

The three overs after the Powerplay have yielded just 11. One of these two will have to step it up

End of over 9 (5 runs) New South Wales 61/0 (RR: 6.77)

    • DA Warner 19 (20b 2x4)
    • PJ Hughes 41 (34b 7x4)
    • LMP Simmons 1-0-5-0
    • D Mohammed 1-0-5-0

The helmet has come off for Warner

9.1

Mohammed to Warner, 1 run, comes down the track and drives it to long-on

9.2

Mohammed to Hughes, 2 runs, nicely timed, tossed up, comes down the track and flicks it wide of Bravo at deep midwicket for couple of runs

9.3

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, shortish on leg stump, paddles it down to long leg for a single

9.4

Mohammed to Warner, 1 run, shortish on middle, pushed through to deep cover, one more

9.5

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, quicker one, holding its line, pushed wide of extra cover, just a single

9.6

Mohammed to Warner, FOUR, he finds the gap and breaks the shackles, tossed up, comes down the track and chips it in that wide gap between long-on and deep midwicket for a one bounce four

End of over 10 (10 runs) New South Wales 71/0 (RR: 7.10)

    • DA Warner 25 (23b 3x4)
    • PJ Hughes 45 (37b 7x4)
    • D Mohammed 2-0-15-0
    • LMP Simmons 1-0-5-0
10.1

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, bowled it full on leg stump, flicked away wide of long-on for a single

10.2

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, slower one bowled short, makes way and presses it down to long-off for one more

10.3

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, short of a good length on the off, pushed past the bowler to long-off

10.4

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, full and wide, square driven down to deep point for a single

10.5

Simmons to Hughes, no run, slower one bowled full on the off, guided straight to point

10.6

Simmons to Hughes, 2 runs, angling it on the pads, driven to the left of deep midwicket for a couple of runs

End of over 11 (6 runs) New South Wales 77/0 (RR: 7.00)

    • PJ Hughes 49 (41b 7x4)
    • DA Warner 27 (25b 3x4)
    • LMP Simmons 2-0-11-0
    • D Mohammed 2-0-15-0

Peri: "Chat seems a little one sided, Love this Champions Trophy format, C'mon NSW, if Haddin/Clarke was fit and in the team it would be stronger than Aus 20/20 & ODI side all together! Go the Blues!"

Badree to bowl

11.1

Badree to Warner, no run, pulled but straight to midwicket

11.2

Badree to Warner, 2 runs, appeal for run out, short on the off, slapped wide of a diving extra cover into the deep, they sense a chance for a second and Warner races back to reach the crease just in time

11.3

Badree to Warner, SIX, that was coming, clears the ropes by a distance, bowled full on middle, he bends low and swings it hard over long-on for a massive six

11.4

Badree to Warner, SIX, another one! Flatter from Badree but its a length delivery, he gets under it and deposits it over long-off for a flat six

11.5

Badree to Warner, FOUR, the runs are pouring now, short on leg stump, whips it away between fine leg and deep square leg for a boundary

11.6

Badree to Warner, SIX, Warner's overtaken Hughes to reach his half-century, just took four balls, short on leg stump and he pulls it away high and handsome over deep square leg for the third six of the over

Badree's been smashed, 24 off that over. The NSW innings is back on course after a momentary blip in scoring

End of over 12 (24 runs) New South Wales 101/0 (RR: 8.41)

    • DA Warner 51 (31b 4x4 3x6)
    • PJ Hughes 49 (41b 7x4)
    • S Badree 1-0-24-0
    • LMP Simmons 2-0-11-0
12.1

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, gets to his half-century with a punch wide of cover

12.2

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, full on the off, drilled down the ground to long-on for a single

12.3

Simmons to Hughes, no run, slightly short, pushed straight to extra cover

12.4

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, slower one bowled full on middle, gets across and flicks it down to deep midwicket

12.5

Simmons to Warner, 1 run, short on the off, makes room and swats it to long-off for a single

12.6

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, fullish on the pads, clipped away to deep square leg to keep the strike

End of over 13 (5 runs) New South Wales 106/0 (RR: 8.15)

    • PJ Hughes 52 (45b 7x4)
    • DA Warner 53 (33b 4x4 3x6)
    • LMP Simmons 3-0-16-0
    • S Badree 1-0-24-0

180, or perhaps more, is on the cards with all ten wickets intact. Mohammed is back

13.1

Mohammed to Hughes, no run, shortish, pushed straight back to the bowler

13.2

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, slapped down towards deep cover for a single

13.3

Mohammed to Warner, 2 runs, threw it up, came down the track and tried to dismiss it over deep midwicket but didn't time it well enough, just a couple wide of long-on

13.4

Mohammed to Warner, 1 run, almost holed out, didn't read it well, came down the track, didn't get the pitch, it turned away and he just chipped it, was lucky it landed safe in front of long-off

13.5

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, whipped away down to deep square leg for a single

13.6

Mohammed to Warner, no run, shortish on leg stump, came down the track to whip it square, was struck on the pads

The last two overs have just yielded 10

End of over 14 (5 runs) New South Wales 111/0 (RR: 7.92)

    • DA Warner 56 (36b 4x4 3x6)
    • PJ Hughes 54 (48b 7x4)
    • D Mohammed 3-0-20-0
    • LMP Simmons 3-0-16-0

Sherwin Ganga comes on

14.1

S Ganga to Hughes, 1 run, on middle and leg, tickled wide of midwicket for a single

14.2

S Ganga to Warner, 1 run, slightly short on the off, punched down to deep cover for a single

14.3

S Ganga to Hughes, 1 run, pushed off the back foot towards extra cover for a single

14.4

S Ganga to Warner, 1 run, the reverse-slog sweep from Warner, mistimed, that was the switch-hit actually, just a single for all that effort, went down to long-off

14.5

S Ganga to Hughes, 1 run, guided behind point for a single

14.6

S Ganga to Warner, 1 run, short on leg stump and turning away, whacked down to long-off

Pretty tidy overs these, Sherwin Ganga has just finished an excellent spell

End of over 15 (6 runs) New South Wales 117/0 (RR: 7.80)

    • DA Warner 59 (39b 4x4 3x6)
    • PJ Hughes 57 (51b 7x4)
    • S Ganga 4-0-17-0
    • D Mohammed 3-0-20-0
15.1

Mohammed to Warner, FOUR, struck hard, short on the off, came down a couple of steps and swatted it over the bowler's head to beat long-off to the ropes

15.2

Mohammed to Warner, OUT, gone! A bit of air, bowled slower, he had charged down the pitch, waited for it to come to him and swung hard but it turned away and he got a top edge that landed safely in the hands of Dwayne Bravo at deep midwicket

DA Warner c DJ Bravo b Mohammed 63 (41b 5x4 3x6) SR: 153.65

That ends an epic opening stand - we're talking about Twenty20 cricket here.

15.3

Mohammed to Hughes, no run, dropped, full on the off, driven straight back to Mohammed who could not hold on to a straightforward chance while moving to his right

15.4

Mohammed to Hughes, no run, goes for a mighty sweep but can't connect, went over the stumps

15.5

Mohammed to Hughes, 1 run, pushed it down to long-off for a single

Henriques to face

15.6

Mohammed to Henriques, 1 run, short on the off, cut away down to deep point for a single

End of over 16 (6 runs) New South Wales 123/1 (RR: 7.68)

    • MC Henriques 1 (1b)
    • PJ Hughes 58 (54b 7x4)
    • D Mohammed 4-0-26-1
    • S Ganga 4-0-17-0

With nine wickets in hand, they can afford to go hammer and tongs now. Rampaul, who had disappeared for a while, comes back

16.1

Rampaul to Henriques, 2 runs, short on the off, pulled away between long-on and deep midwicket for a couple

Round the wicket

16.2

Rampaul to Henriques, no run, banged in short on middle, tries to pull it past midwicket, gets an under edge down to the keeper

16.3

Rampaul to Henriques, 1 run, full on the off, driven down the ground but Dwayne Bravo throws himself to his left at mid-on to prevent a couple of runs

Over the wicket to the left-hander

16.4

Rampaul to Hughes, FOUR, gifts him a full toss, makes room and slices it over point for a boundary, a poor delivery

16.5

Rampaul to Hughes, 2 runs, made room and he followed him, drove it wide of mid-on, Darren Bravo slipped and so did the fielder running in from deep midwicket, they run a couple amid all that fun

16.6

Rampaul to Hughes, FOUR, slower one dealt with, full on leg stump, he made room and crashed it past the outstretched hands of Rampaul to beat long-on to the ropes, fiercely struck, poor return for Rampaul

End of over 17 (13 runs) New South Wales 136/1 (RR: 8.00)

    • PJ Hughes 68 (57b 9x4)
    • MC Henriques 4 (4b)
    • R Rampaul 2-0-27-0
    • D Mohammed 4-0-26-1

Simmons comes on

17.1

Simmons to Henriques, 1 run, short on the off, bowled at 120.4 kmph, pulled away to deep square leg

17.2

Simmons to Hughes, 1 run, bowled it full, made room and drove it down to long-on for a single

17.3

Simmons to Henriques, SIX, Mohammed catches it on the edge of the ropes, bowled full on middle, the slower delivery, lofted it hard and straight to long-on where Mohammed waited and pouched it over his head, but he had made contact with the rope at the time he cupped it, given a six

17.4

Simmons to Henriques, FOUR, punished, follows it up with a short delivery and he pulls it disdainfully between long-on and deep midwicket

17.5

Simmons to Henriques, 1 run, slower one, slogged down to long-on for a single

17.6

Simmons to Hughes, FOUR, four more, fuller outside off, opened the face at the last moment and steered it between third man and deep point, innovative and it works

End of over 18 (17 runs) New South Wales 153/1 (RR: 8.50)

    • PJ Hughes 73 (59b 10x4)
    • MC Henriques 16 (8b 1x4 1x6)
    • LMP Simmons 4-0-33-0
    • R Rampaul 2-0-27-0

30 off the last two overs. Rampaul will continue

18.1

Rampaul to Henriques, no run, full outside off, tried to steer it past point again, didn't make contact

18.2

Rampaul to Henriques, 1 run, full on the off, drilled down to long-off for a single

18.3

Rampaul to Hughes, no run, in the blockhole outside off, Hughes had given himself some room there but the ball zipped past him as he tried to get his bat down in time

18.4

Rampaul to Hughes, SIX, absolutely smacked! Full, a length ball on middle, gets his right foot out of the way and deposits it over the bowler's head for a flat six

18.5

Rampaul to Hughes, FOUR, beautifully played, almost in the blockhole, he makes room and gets his bat down with an opened face to guide it behind point and wide of third man for a boundary

18.6

Rampaul to Hughes, no run, misses out on this full delivery, it's outside off and he doesn't connect on the attempted drive

End of over 19 (11 runs) New South Wales 164/1 (RR: 8.63)

    • PJ Hughes 83 (63b 11x4 1x6)
    • MC Henriques 17 (10b 1x4 1x6)
    • R Rampaul 3-0-38-0
    • LMP Simmons 4-0-33-0

It's left to Henriques to do all the damage in the last over. Can they get to 180? Dwayne Bravo to bowl

19.1

DJ Bravo to Henriques, OUT, low full toss, strikes it off the mat but straight down long-on's throat

MC Henriques c Simmons b DJ Bravo 17 (11b 1x4 1x6) SR: 154.54

Ben Rohrer walks in

19.2

DJ Bravo to Hughes, OUT, Hughes goes, low full toss on leg stump, goes for the slog-sweep and ends up miscuing it straight to Pollard at long-on

PJ Hughes c Pollard b DJ Bravo 83 (64b 11x4 1x6) SR: 129.68

Bravo is on a hat-trick

19.3

DJ Bravo to Rohrer, 1 leg bye, doesn't get it, short outside leg stump, the slower one, tries to whip it over square leg, is struck on the thighs, gets a leg bye

19.4

DJ Bravo to SPD Smith, 3 runs, slower one bowled full outside off, ends up slicing it over cover, lands short of the fielder converging, Darren Bravo returned a poor throw well over the keeper and they get three runs

19.5

DJ Bravo to Rohrer, 2 runs, dropped, Pollard fails to hold on, full on leg stump, driven uppishly and hard but straight to Pollard who spills an easy one

19.6

DJ Bravo to Rohrer, OUT, Pollard takes it this time, low full toss, picks it up nicely but sends it straight to Pollard at long-on who bends low and takes it Australian style in front of his face

BJ Rohrer c Pollard b DJ Bravo 2 (3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

Bravo's taken three in the last over, but NSW will be happy with what they have in the end, though 180 was a realistic possibility after Warner went ballistic in that Badree over. T&T haven't chased in this tournament yet, so it remains to be seen how their batting order shapes up for the chase of a big target. Warner and Hughes were the stars for NSW, and T&T will need a better effort to take their points tally to four. Join us in a bit for the reply.

End of over 20 (6 runs) New South Wales 170/4

    • SPD Smith 3 (1b)
    • DJ Bravo 4-0-31-3
    • R Rampaul 3-0-38-0
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