11.20pm And that is that. Bit of an early finish, and an opportunity to rest those fingers. Hope you enjoyed the game. I certainly enjoyed bringing it to you, and all of that chat about doppelgangers and whatnot. Until next time, it's ta ta and good night.

11.10pm Time for the presentation.

Tim Paine: "Can't fault that bowling effort, as good as we've bowled for some time. I thought Shoaib and Aiden played really well to get us out of a disastrous start. [When I got out] we were probably looking at 15-0-160. I thought if we could take early wickets against them, some of their guys haven't batted much in the qualifiers or their first game, so we thought we might get them under pressure."

Ben Hilfenhaus is the man of the match "I think it was very well set up by Blizzard and Malik. Fantastic effort, gave us bowlers a pretty good chance. It's quite funny, I thought it came out better the other day but I was hit everywhere. There was a bit of movement and assistance, and it was good to get the overs out of the way and not get tapped around at the end."

Aiden Blizzard: "It was quite tough out there. I knew if I hung in there, I knew Shoaib Malik is coming in, he's in superb form, I knew we could get a big total. It was a little two-paced, some were skidding on, some were stopping. I was able to go under the radar for a little bit. Shoaib is on fire, we're glad to have him."

Daniel Flynn: "The way those guys [openers] have been playing, we just backed them to pull off their game plans, it didn't just work for us today. We've got another big game in a couple of days, we look forward to that."

11.05pm Till today, Northern Knights' middle order hadn't been properly tested. Today it was, and the batsmen haven't passed the test. Chasing a big target, they lost Williamson and Devcich cheaply, and from there it was all one-way traffic. Hilfenhaus swung the new ball beautifully, and the other bowlers chipped in as well, Doherty getting a few to really grip and turn and Bollinger sweeping away the lower order in a hurry. Knights' net run rate has plummeted from +4.5 to -1.94.

Bollinger to Southee, OUT, backs away from the stumps, and slaps this high and straight into long-off's hands, and Bollinger finishes with three wickets. This is a humongous win for Hurricanes.

TG Southee c Hilfenhaus b Bollinger 21 (18m 12b 1x4 2x6) SR: 175.00

Bollinger to Sodhi, OUT, now he looks to clear his front leg and slog it over midwicket. It's too quick for him and he slices it high into the air over the off side, drops into the hands of cover point

IS Sodhi c Birt b Bollinger 0 (1m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Bollinger to Sodhi, no run, off-stump yorker, and he steers that to point with an open face
Bollinger to JJ Boult, OUT, low full-toss, and today they are all going to get you wickets. He makes some room, and hits that straight to cover at a nice catchable height

JJ Boult c Wells b Bollinger 1 (3m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Nayeem: "Once in ICL they tried introducing a "Niner". All that Northern Districts needs is some "Niners"" They could also win it playing Cricket Max, that form of cricket invented in New Zealand. Didn't they have double the runs if you hit it in one particular zone down the ground?

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    Ish Sodhi, the Northern Knights legspinner, has said that the performances of his side in the Champions League T20 were along expected lines after their intense preparations before the tournament

Styris' double


Scott Styris is the second allrounder after Kieron Pollard to score more than 4000 runs and take more than 100 wickets in T20s

Hilfenhaus' best


Ben Hilfenhaus' figures against Knights are also his best in T20s

A Powerplay struggle


Number of runs Knights scored in the Powerplay against Hurricanes, the lowest across all seasons of the Champions League

A low for Knights


Knights' score when their third wicket fell. This equals the lowest they have scored at the loss of their third wicket in T20s

Mennie shines


Hurricanes' Joe Mennie produced the first wicket-maiden and the fourth overall maiden over of this season's CLT20

Kane tops the charts


Number of runs Kane Williamson has scored in this CLT20, the most by a batsman in the 2014 edition. His knocks include a hundred and two fifties

The big Hurricanes stands


The partnership between Aiden Blizzard and Shoaib Malik against Knights is only the fourth century stand for Hurricanes in T20s

A T20 Blizzard


Number of fifties Aiden Blizzard has scored in T20s in India. Only one of his five T20 fifties has come in Australia

Malik's run of form


Runs by Shoaib Malik in 2014 while batting at No.3 or lower. Only Glenn Maxwell and David Miller have scored more in T20s among non-opening batsmen

The other Boult


Number of T20 wickets Jono Boult has taken when fielding first at 36.40 apiece. He's taken 10 at 14.4 when bowling second

Sodhi's T20 journey


Ish Sodhi's bowling average in T20s; he has taken 10 wickets in 18 games at an economy of 8.20

The Boult-Southee show


Number of wickets Tim Southee and Trent Boult have taken in this CLT20 at 9.9 runs apiece. Knights' other bowlers have taken 9 at 25.6.

A solid pair


Number of fifty-plus partnerships Ben Dunk and Tim Paine have put up in nine innings in 2014

Champions League Twenty20

Group A
Group B
Qualifying Group