Player of the Match
Player of the Match

10:16pm Thunder lost their way at the end of their innings, but the Hurricanes' domination ended there. Completely outdone as they set out to chase this - by some top quality spin, and then by soft dismissals. The batting line-up didn't look like a very good idea either. Fawad Ahmed picked up and Arjun Nair picked up four wickets between them, conceded less than 40 together, and bowled nearly four overs worth of dot balls. You don't recover from that. Especially with Mitch McClenaghan to contend with as well. Two wickets for him, and he went for 19 off his four overs. Sandhu and Green got into it as well. A complete bowling performance, backing up Jos Buttler's brute 67. Sydney Thunder become the fourth team on four points now, while Hurricanes stay bottom having lost two in two. That's all we have for you today. See you soon!

19.3
W
Sandhu to Mills, OUT, back of a length, in at his body. It takes a deflection off his pad and crashes into the stumps as he tries to carve one through the off side

TS Mills b Sandhu 1 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 14.28

19.2
0
Sandhu to Mills, no run, slower ball at a length on middle stump, looks to lift this over extra cover. Beaten and it climbs over the stumps
19.1
0
Sandhu to Mills, no run, bouncer at off stump, backs away and hoicks. Beaten

END OF OVER:
19 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | HH: 109/9 (58 runs required from 3 balls, RR: 5.73, RRR: 58.00)

  • TS Mills1 (4b)
  • JC Archer25 (16b)
  • MJ McClenaghan4-0-19-2
  • CJ Green4-0-30-2
18.6
1
McClenaghan to Mills, 1 run, slower yorker outside off, gets underneath it and manages to chip it wide of the non-striker whilst looking at the point boundary
18.5
0
McClenaghan to Mills, no run, yorker does too much and tails away from off stump, Mills doesn't do a lot but gets away
18.4
0
McClenaghan to Mills, no run, slower ball, back of a length on leg stump and cutting away. Past his outside edge as he looks to guide it past short third
18.3
0
McClenaghan to Mills, no run, short ball, flying across middle stump. Backs away and swings, beaten
18.2
W
McClenaghan to Rogers, OUT, nicely done. Outfoxes the No. 10 batsman completely with a loopy slower ball that appear to be a beamer, but ends up sneaking through from under the bat because it's a yorker

TS Rogers b McClenaghan 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

18.1
1
McClenaghan to Archer, 1 run, another one off the toe-end. Might have had 15 extra runs on another day. Backs away, lines up to this slower ball outside off and swings across the line. Everythign right about it other than the connection. Lands well in front of deep midwicket

END OF OVER:
18 | 6 Runs 1 Wkt | HH: 107/8 (60 runs required from 3 balls, RR: 5.94, RRR: 30.00)

  • TS Rogers0 (1b)
  • JC Archer24 (15b)
  • CJ Green4-0-30-2
  • MJ McClenaghan3-0-17-1

tanzim: "He is going to wait five years??!! Why not play for the West-Indies?? Does English first class cricket seriously pay more money than what the West-Indies national team does? Or does he just like the life-style in England? Woweee.." --- Yeahhhh. He's obviously headed for plenty of T20 success too. At least financially over the next few years.

17.6
0
Green to Rogers, no run, back of a length, pushed through fast in the corridor. No feet, looks to nudge it past short third man. Beaten
17.5
1
Green to Archer, 1 run, good length at middle stump, can't get to the pitch for this slog. It lands short of deep midwicket
17.4
4
Green to Archer, FOUR runs, crafty. Anticipates the yorker on leg stump, gets outside the line, picks it on the full and paddles it past short fine
17.3
W
Green to Rose, OUT, he gets all of this but he can't clear the boundary. Floated up slow outside off. Backs away and swings for the long boundary. Can't beat long-off

CA Rose c sub (AL Fekete) b Green 13 (17b 0x4 0x6) SR: 76.47

17.2
1
Green to Archer, 1 run, yorker at leg stump, can only manage to jam it out to long-on
17.1
0
Green to Archer, no run, yorker at leg stump, whips it straight into his toe...off the toe-end

That toe-end has been battered so much, he's getting a replacement bat now.

END OF OVER:
17 | 6 Runs | HH: 101/7 (66 runs required from 3 balls, RR: 5.94, RRR: 22.00)

  • JC Archer18 (11b)
  • CA Rose13 (16b)
  • MJ McClenaghan3-0-17-1
  • GS Sandhu3-0-29-1

Prasann: "Why hasnt Jofra Archer been selected for the national team?He looks to be excellent" --- He has opted to wait till 2022 to be eligible for England selection.

16.6
1
McClenaghan to Archer, 1 run, low full toss, wide outside off. Reaches out and taps it off the toe-end again. To deep extra cover
16.5
2
McClenaghan to Archer, 2 runs, slower ball, full and wide outside off. Gets down on one knee and clubs it off the toe-end. Between long-on and long-off
16.4
0
McClenaghan to Archer, no run, slower ball, good length and in the corridor. Swings at it, beaten
16.4
1w
McClenaghan to Archer, 1 wide, bouncer dug in too short, he leaves it alone

Hurricanes 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st23AJ DoolanDJM Short
2nd12AJ DoolanBR McDermott
3rd17GJ BaileyAJ Doolan
4th4MS WadeAJ Doolan
5th1AJ DoolanCJ Boyce
6th5DT ChristianAJ Doolan
7th13DT ChristianCA Rose
8th27CA RoseJC Archer
9th6TS RogersJC Archer
10th1TS MillsJC Archer