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(N), Sydney, Jan 17 2010, Twenty20 Big Bash
NSW won by 8 wickets (with 68 balls remaining)
Player Of The Match
54 (21)
david-warner
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• Alex Malcolm

David Warner dominates one-sided fixture

South Australia were completely dismantled by last year's champions New South Wales at Stadium Australia in the final qualifying match of the tournament

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Scorecard summary
South Australia81/10(14.4 overs)
New South Wales82/2(8.4 overs)

That was extraordinary. The Redbacks collaspse was a surprise in itself but david warner 20-ball half century, including four sixes in one Tait over lit up the Olympic Stadium.

It took just 8.4 overs for the Blues to chase the 82 required.

SA need to regroup for the final after a horrible night. The Blues leave this competition with their heads held high,

They couldn't defend their title but they put on a show tonight. Dave Warner is a clear man of the Match.

So the six states have now been wittled to three. Join us for the preliminary final from the Gabba on Tuesday Night.

The Bulls host the Bushrangers in a replay of last years Prelim. The winner will take some momentum to Adeliade for the final next Saturday against the Redbacks. Join us then.

8.4
1
Putland to Jaques, 1 run

slower ball full toss square driven through point. Game over.

8.3
Putland to Jaques, no run

good length on off, Jaques defends off the back foot.

One to win.

8.2
1
Putland to Henriques, 1 run

full toss steered through cover-point. Afridi challenged them to take two but they decided against it.

8.1
W
Putland to Hughes, OUT

Bowled him. Hughes steps across his stumps to a full slower ball trying to lap sweep and he loses his legstump.

Phillip Hughes b Putland 25 (30m 27b 4x4 0x6) SR: 92.59
end of over 88 runs • 1 wicket
NSW: 80/1CRR: 10.00 RRR: 0.16
Phil Jaques0 (1)
Phillip Hughes25 (26)
Shahid Afridi 2-0-20-1
7.6
Afridi to Jaques, no run

leg break tossed up, Jaques defends to boos from the crowd. Very harsh.

7.5
1
Afridi to Hughes, 1 run

whipped to deep square leg.

7.4
Afridi to Hughes, no run

pushed to midwicket.

7.4
1w
Afridi to Hughes, 1 wide

wrong un too wide.

7.3
W
Afridi to Warner, OUT

Caught! Warner slog sweeps again, high top edge, he loses his ba,t the ball flies high to Cosgrove who holds on this time.

David Warner c Cosgrove b Shahid Afridi 54 (27m 21b 3x4 6x6) SR: 257.14
7.2
6
Afridi to Warner, SIX runs

short ball, slapped high over long on for six! Third fastest fifty ever. 20 balls.

7.1
Afridi to Warner, no run

wrong un, play and miss trying to slog sweep.

end of over 78 runs
NSW: 72/0CRR: 10.28 RRR: 0.76
Phillip Hughes24 (24)
David Warner48 (18)
Gary Putland 2-0-16-0
6.6
Putland to Hughes, no run

yorker lengthm Hughes backs away and chops it back to the bowler.

6.5
4
Putland to Hughes, FOUR runs

full and wide outswinger, Hughes slashes it wide of third man for four.

6.4
Putland to Hughes, no run

good slower ball, defended back to Putland.

6.3
Putland to Hughes, no run

clears the front leg, and chops a full ball back to the bowler.

6.2
Putland to Hughes, no run

outswinger cut hard straight to backward point.

6.1
4
Putland to Hughes, FOUR runs

short and wide, cut hard over backward point for four. Not the place to bowl to Hughes.

end of over 612 runs
NSW: 64/0CRR: 10.66 RRR: 1.28
David Warner48 (18)
Phillip Hughes16 (18)
Shahid Afridi 1-0-12-0
5.6
2
Afridi to Warner, 2 runs

down leg, Warner slog sweeps off the top edge safely to deep backward square for two.

5.5
1
Afridi to Hughes, 1 run

wrong un, cut to cover-point for one.

5.4
Afridi to Hughes, no run

Hughes yorked, squeezed it back to Afridi.

Match details
Stadium Australia, Sydney
TossSouth Australia, elected to bat first
SeriesTwenty20 Big Bash
Season2009/10
Player Of The Match
David Warner
David Warner
Hours of play (local time)19.15 start, First Session 19.15-20.30, Interval 20.30-20.45, Second Session 20.45-22.00
Match days17 January 2010 - night (20-over match)
T20 debut
Peter Nevill
Peter Nevill
Umpires
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Gerard Abood
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Ian Lock
TV Umpire
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Peter Tate
Match Referee
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Steve Small
PointsNew South Wales 2, South Australia 0