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Big Bash League, 10th Match: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars at Sydney, Dec 27, 2018

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Sydney Sixers 130/9

Melbourne Stars 132/5 (14.5/20 ov)

Melbourne Stars won by 5 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)

Batsman R B S.R
Peter Handscomb (rhb) 70 35 200.00
Nick Larkin (rhb) 20 22 90.90
Bowller O M R W Econ
Ben Dwarshuis (lfm) 3.5 0 26 3 6.78
Steve O’Keefe (lfm) 4.0 0 22 2 5.50
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The Stars win by five wickets with 31 balls to spare. That was a clinic from Peter Handscomb. Magnificent batting on a surface where a lot of players had trouble timing the ball. He used his feet beautifully and timed the ball sweetly. He is the Player of the Match. Handscomb tells Channel Seven “I said before the game it’s only two games into a 14-game season. Hopefully this can kick start us and get us on a roll now.” The Stars get their first win of the season. The Sixers have lost two in a row. The Sixers need to regroup against the Renegades in two days time. Thanks for your company tonight. Join us again tomorrow night as the Hurricanes host the Thunder in Hobart, Until then, goodbye.

14.5 4 Dwarshuis to Gulbis short ball wide of off, he cracks a pull shot wide of mid on! FOUR
14.4 . Dwarshuis to Gulbis big flash and miss driving on the up at a ball angled across no run
14.3 . Dwarshuis to Gulbis he pushes off the back foot to the right of backward point no run

Two slips in

14.2 W Dwarshuis to Stoinis caught behind! Slower ball wide of off does the trick. He just rolled the fingers over an off cutter, he leaned back to leather it through point, got a thin edge through to the keeper OUT
MP Stoinis c †Philippe b Dwarshuis 10 (8b 1×4 0x6) SR: 125.00
14.1 4 Dwarshuis to Stoinis punched off the back foot wide of mid off! This was hit with incredible power! He just stood up and crushed it past the man on the circle FOUR

End of Over No.14 124/4 Last Over (10 runs)

13.6 4 Denly to Bravo brilliant slog sweep picking the gap at deep midwicket! He took the chance hitting against the turn and found the gap well FOUR
13.5 1 Denly to Stoinis full outside off, he drives to long off for a single 1 run
13.4 1 Denly to Bravo short ball on leg, he was back and whipping this to deep midwicket 1 run
13.3 1 Denly to Stoinis 78kph leg break, he pushes a drive just back past Denly diving to his left and down to long off 1 run
13.2 2 Denly to Stoinis leg break, tossed up, he chips this lifting it up and over cover for an easy two 2 runs
13.1 1 Denly to Bravo leg break on off, he pushes forward to cover’s left and they pinch one 1 run

Denly on

End of Over No.13 114/4 Last Over (5 runs)

12.6 3 Dwarshuis to Bravo full outside off, he pierces the gap a cover with a trademark drive leaning back, doesn’t get it to the rope but runs three 3 runs

Michael: “I had a century and a five-for against my nephews in a game of backyard yesterday! Expecting a call-up to play for NSW tomorrow. Different formats, sure, but you can only perform in the format you’re playing! (Handscomb is not an international test batsman at this stage)” He looked a cut above this level tonight. And has looked good at Shield level. Which might say more about Australian domestic cricket at the moment than Handscomb

12.5 1 Dwarshuis to Stoinis short ball, 135kph, on off, he pulls to deep forward square 1 run
12.4 W Dwarshuis to Maxwell caught at mid on! He skies a top edge straight up! Shorter length, not quite short enough to pull, he got a top edge off the toe end of the bat, it flew straight up to mid on, Silk cruises under it and takes the catch comfortably OUT
GJ Maxwell c Silk b Dwarshuis 8 (11b 0x4 0x6) SR: 72.72
12.3 1 Dwarshuis to Stoinis 145kph, good length, wide of off, he runs this off the face to third man 1 run
12.2 . Dwarshuis to Stoinis 129kph, good length wide of off, he lets this go no run
12.1 W Dwarshuis to Handscomb caught at mid off! Henriques held this one. Fuller on off, he tries to place this wide of mid off instead of going over the top, but he didn’t time it, Henriques moving to his left on the circle takes the catch at waist-height OUT
PSP Handscomb c Henriques b Dwarshuis 70 (35b 9×4 3×6) SR: 200.00

End of Over No.12 109/2 Last Over (6 runs)

11.6 . Abbott to Maxwell 125kph, back of a length, he backs away and hammers it back at Abbott who blocks it off the body! He smashed that no run
11.5 2 Abbott to Maxwell 131kph, shorter on off, he’s back and tucking this past the square leg umpire and they run well 2 runs
11.4 1 Abbott to Handscomb 132kph, banged in, he skips down and backs away and crunches this flat in the air for a way but well short of deep cover 1 run
11.3 1 Abbott to Maxwell 130kph, banged in, it holds up, he backs away and mishits a slog, dragging it to mid on 1 run
11.2 2 Abbott to Maxwell 136kph, short ball, high outside off, he pulls off the top edge but it falls well short of deep midwicket running to his right 2 runs

Ron: “Sure, different format. But you can only make runs in the format you’re playing, so this is a great showing from Handscomb. Nevertheless, I don’t think it will determine whether or not he gets his spot back. ” Very true Ron.

11.1 . Abbott to Maxwell 138kph, back of a length outside off, tries to pull but misses no run

Abbott returns

End of Over No.11 103/2 Last Over (5 runs)

10.6 . Dwarshuis to Handscomb 137kph, full into leg stump, he tries to pick over square leg, gets a thick inside edge onto pad no run
10.5 1 Dwarshuis to Maxwell full slower ball, 116kph, he drives nicely but hits Handscomb at the non-striker’s, they still get one 1 run
10.5 1 Dwarshuis to Maxwell 123kph, bouncer, he ducks under it but it’s too high and called wide 1 wide
10.4 1 Dwarshuis to Handscomb banged in cutter, he pulls off the toe from wide of off through mid on 1 run
10.3 . Dwarshuis to Handscomb 137kph, full angled outside off, he steps across to whip but misses, he’s hit on the pad well outside the line of off no run
10.2 1 Dwarshuis to Maxwell good length outside off, he sits way back in his crease and knocks this against the angle wide of mid on 1 run

Sukhpreet: “Handscomb is playing for selectors” He is making a statement. Different format of course

10.1 1 Dwarshuis to Handscomb skips down to a length ball, drives hard on the up to deep cover-point 1 run

Just 33 needed from 60 balls. Dwarshuis is on

What is it?

Big Bash League, 10th Match: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars at Sydney, Dec 27, 2018.

When is it?

Dec 27, 2018.

What time does it start?

2018-12-27 08:15:00 GMT, 2018-12-27 19:15:00 local

Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground

Score Cards

  • To bat
    Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100
    8. S Lamichhane 44 21 6* 10.50 0
    9. SM Boland 36 34 8* 8.50 0
    10. A Zampa 115 138 17* 6.00 0
    11. JR Coleman 9 0 0
  • Batting R B 4 6
    BR Dunk caught 4 6 0 0
    PSP Handscomb caught 70 35 9 3
    NCR Larkin caught 20 22 2 0
    GJ Maxwell caught 8 11 0 0
    MP Stoinis caught wk 10 8 1 0
    DJ Bravo not out 9 4 1 0
    EP Gulbis not out 4 3 1 0
    S Lamichhane
    SM Boland
    A Zampa
    JR Coleman
    Extras (b 1, w 6) 7
    Total (5 wkts; 14.5 ovs) 132
  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    SNJ O’Keefe 4 0 22 2 5.50 (1w)
    BJ Dwarshuis 3.5 0 26 3 6.78 (1w)
    JL Denly 2 0 19 0 9.50
    SA Abbott 3 0 27 0 9.00
    TK Curran 1 0 14 0 14.00
    GA West 1 0 23 0 23.00 (2w)
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 4 BR Dunk 4 PSP Handscomb 0
    2nd 87 NCR Larkin 20 PSP Handscomb 65
    3rd 18 PSP Handscomb 5 GJ Maxwell 8
    4th 1 GJ Maxwell 0 MP Stoinis 1
    5th 18 MP Stoinis 9 DJ Bravo 9
    6th 4* DJ Bravo 0 EP Gulbis 4
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    Summary

    Sports Event
    10th Match Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Stars

    Location

    Sydney Cricket Ground,
    Sydney,Sydney,AUS
    Starting on
    Dec 27, 2018
    Ending on
    Dec 27, 2018
    Description
    Big Bash League, 10th Match: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars at Sydney, Dec 27, 2018.

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