fuller, just outside the leg stump, Worrall aims for the trees but misses
D'Arcy Short is Man of the Match. The win means the Hurricanes are now second on the points table with seven points from two games. That's all from our side for this game. See you soon.
5.27pm The Hurricanes win by 11 runs but an unbroken 61-run stand for the tenth wicket - the second-highest tenth-wicket stand in all T20s - really gave them a scare even though at one point, the win seemed like a foregone conclusion. Worrall hit an unbeaten 62 off 37 balls and Briggs an 18-ball 35 not out but the Strikers top order really let them down. Despite a slow start, Short was the star with the bat for the winners, hitting 72 off 48 balls, while Faulkner picked up three with the ball.
another attempted yorker, jams his bat at it and gets two to deep square leg
in the blockhole and Worrall can dig it out only to the bowler. That should calm the nerves in the Hurricanes camp
a full toss at the stumps but Worrall fails to put it away as he loses his shape. Still manages two to long-on
16 needed from four
fuller at the stumps and steered away towards deep cover, only a single though
in the blockhole and Worrall NatMegs it towards fine leg for one
18 needed from the last over. Boland to bowl. Around the wicket
a low full toss outside off, hits it towards long-off for one
in the slot and he gives it his all, finds the gap at extra cover and gets four
another yorker, this time much closer to the stumps, Worrall once again fails to put bat on the ball
a yorker at the sixth stump, Worrall cannot get bat on that one
loses his radar now while trying to bowl a quicker one. Way outside off
goes for another wide yorker but ends up bowling a knee-height full toss, only a single though as Briggs hits it square of the wicket
a low full toss outside off, hits it towards deep point, 150 comes up with that
26 required from 12. Can they do it?
flatter and quicker, Briggs was stuck on the back foot but manages to get it towards midwicket and they come back for the second
a slog sweep this time and Briggs gets enough bat on that to clear the deep midwicket boundary, 28 required from 13 now
tossed up outside off and Briggs goes again, another reverse sweep to get four more to third man
beats short third man with a reverse sweep, gets a boundary. Are we on to something here?
fuller outside off, looks to drive, bounces towards cover off the outer half
length ball on the stumps, taps it towards short fine leg
43 needed from 18 balls but just one wicket in hand. D'Arcy Short now
fuller outside off, moves across and paddles it past short fine leg for four more