A T20 match is sure to be a flood of runs. The bowlers are just spectators… the batters rain fours and sixes. A similar scene took place in a recent T20 match in New Zealand. A total of 426 runs were scored in a recent match in the ongoing Super Smash tournament there. In this, 5 batsmen were beaten. 40 fours and 19 sixes were recorded in this match. In such a high-voltage match, one team eventually won by just 2 runs.
This match was played between Central Districts and Wellington. Batting first, Wellington scored 214 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs. In order to achieve that huge target, the Central Districts team was defeated by just 2 runs. In this match, Wellington openers Finn Allen (33) and Nick Kelly (58) struck. From the beginning, they continued the chorus of boundaries and attacked the Central District bowlers. As a result, Wellington’s score reached 80 runs after just 5.5 overs. Also, Troy Johnson (35) and Van Beek (21) also shone and the team managed to score 214 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the allotted 20 overs.
Squatting Central Districts..
Chasing a huge target of 215 runs, Central Districts were crushed. Lost 4 wickets in 100 runs. But captain Tom Bruce (56) and Jos Clarkson (55) took the team to the brink of victory for the 5th wicket. But as these two batsmen got out in the last two balls, the Central Districts match was lost by 2 runs.