A T20 match is a flood of runs. Make bowlers spectators in this short format with batters fours and sixes.
A T20 match is a flood of runs. In this short format the bowlers are made spectators and the batsmen break through with fours and sixes. It was during this time that a match in New Zealand domestic cricket became the center of attraction. The T20 match between Central Districts and Canterbury was played on December 31. The batsmen rained down runs, massacring the bowlers. Off-spinner Aziz Patel, who set a world record in recent Tests, was bowled by two batsmen with a strike rate of over 300.
Central Districts, who batted first in the match, scored 217 for 4 in the allotted 20 overs. Captain Tom Bruce scored 93 off 36 balls with 8 sixes and 8 fours. Wicketkeeper-batsman Dane Clever scored 61 off 32 balls. Canterbury batted as part of a massive 218-run target and reached the target in just 17.5 overs. 25-year-old Henry Sibley and 28-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman Cam Fletcher were instrumental in hitting the target.
Match ends in 58 minutes!
Cam Fletcher scored an unbeaten 48 off just 21 balls with 6 sixes and 1 four. Henry Sibley scored an unbeaten 39 off 11 balls with a strike rate of 354.54. The two batsmen finished the match in 58 minutes. In addition, both of them bowled Aziz Patel. Aziz Patel scored 31 runs in 2 overs in this match.