RESULT
15th Match (D/N), Hobart, December 20, 2021, Big Bash League
(20 ov, T:168) 125/9

Scorchers won by 42 runs

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end of over 208 runs
HH: 125/9CRR: 6.25 
Wil Parker25 (17b 1x4 1x6)
Sandeep Lamichhane8 (7b)
Ashton Turner 1-0-8-0
Andrew Tye 4-0-19-3

10.36pm: That brings us to the end of this game's coverage. Scorchers were pretty much in control throughout and have gone to the top of the BBL 2021 table now. They're certainly looking like the team to beat. They have a gun bowling attack and batters who have stepped up as needed. Hurricanes have lots to ponder. On that thought, this is Saurabh Somani signing off, on behalf of Thilak too.

Kurtis Patterson is the Player of the Match: It's a bit of a weird one with Mitch and Josh Inglis coming back, I thought I would only get the first two games, but I'm really stoked they stuck with me. (On his innings) I tried to hit sixes off the short side of the boundary. Just got a little bit sore, took the safe option (not fielding in the second innings).

10.30pm: A comprehensive win for the Scorchers, by 42 runs. Kurtis Patterson controlled their batting with a superb 78 off 48, whose value was shown when the Hurricanes found the going so tough in their chase. Ashton Agar's cameo 30* off 11 was very valuable too. The Scorchers bowlers then turned up the heat on the Hurricanes. They kept things tight, they kept their lines probing, and they kept the batters guessing with their variety. The Scorchers have outclassed the Hurricanes.

19.6
2
Turner to Parker, 2 runs

fullish on the stumps, one hand comes off the bat as he sweeps to deep midwicket, and that will be that.

19.5
2
Turner to Parker, 2 runs

length ball going across him, waits for it and opens the bat face late to glide it fine

19.4
1
Turner to Lamichhane, 1 run

fuller on off, swept to deep midwicket

19.3
1
Turner to Parker, 1 run

length ball going aaway from him, cuts it to deep point

19.2
1
Turner to Lamichhane, 1 run

makes room and carves it over cover

19.1
1
Turner to Parker, 1 run

length ball on the stumps, looks to sweep, balls takes bottom edge and rolls to third man

Ashton Turner will bowl the last over.

end of over 197 runs
HH: 117/9CRR: 6.15 RRR: 51.00 • Need 51 runs from 6b
Sandeep Lamichhane6 (5b)
Wil Parker19 (13b 1x4 1x6)
Andrew Tye 4-0-19-3
Ashton Agar 4-0-31-2
18.6
2
Tye to Lamichhane, 2 runs

backing away again, throws his bat into a pull shot that goes straight past the bowler. No timing though so it's stopped easily enough beyond the bowler

18.5
1
Tye to Parker, 1 run

steps across to this slower ball, waits for it and pulls it to fine leg

18.4
1
Tye to Lamichhane, 1 run

making room again, this time it's a full ball into him, inside edges the drive onto pad, the ball rolls to point

18.3
2
Tye to Lamichhane, 2 runs

and now it's full and wide outside off, hoping to catch him on the back foot but Lamichhane makes decent connection with the drive, lofts it over cover.

18.2
Tye to Lamichhane, no run

dug in short to the No.11, who backs away and tries to pull. Doesn't get anywhere near the ball though

18.1
1
Tye to Parker, 1 run

fuller on off, looks to drive, goes to deep midwicket off the inside half

end of over 189 runs • 1 wicket
HH: 110/9CRR: 6.11 RRR: 29.00 • Need 58 runs from 12b
Wil Parker17 (11b 1x4 1x6)
Sandeep Lamichhane1 (1b)
Ashton Agar 4-0-31-2
Peter Hatzoglou 4-0-29-2
17.6
1
Agar to Parker, 1 run

length ball on the stumps, goes across and tucks it through square leg. Parker might not have realised that was the last ball because he was looking for the second. He'll keep strike with that single though

17.5
1
Agar to Lamichhane, 1 run

makes room to this full ball on off and drives it to deep cover

Devon: "Hurricanes aren't going to go anywhere this season with the fabled opening pair of Darcy short and Matt Wade looking no better than any of the bunch of relatively inexperienced local kids most of the team seems to be made up of. Been a few games now and they seem bad to an extent that you wouldn't imagine they could be before the start of the season."

17.4
W
Agar to Ellis, OUT

and he's stumped this time. Was coming down the track while giving himself room, so Agar kept it wide outside off. Too far for the batter to reach and Inglis whips the bails off in a flash.

Nathan Ellis st †Inglis b Agar 20 (25m 15b 2x4 0x6) SR: 133.33
17.3
1
Agar to Parker, 1 run

tossed up on the pads, jams it through square leg

17.2
4
Agar to Parker, FOUR runs

and the reverse sweep now. Tossed up outside off, and he executes superbly to beat point and get a boundary

17.1
2
Agar to Parker, 2 runs

short of a length, goes on one knee and sweeps to deep midwicket

end of over 1710 runs
HH: 101/8CRR: 5.94 RRR: 22.33 • Need 67 runs from 18b
Wil Parker9 (7b 1x6)
Nathan Ellis20 (14b 2x4)
Peter Hatzoglou 4-0-29-2
Ashton Agar 3-0-22-1
16.6
1
Hatzoglou to Parker, 1 run

down the track again, bowler shorters his length, nudged towards backward square leg off his pads

16.5
Hatzoglou to Parker, no run

length ball outside off, swept to short fine leg

 
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