Adelaide Strikers Secure An Easy Win Over Hobart Hurricanes
How Adelaide Strikers Secure An Easy Win Over Hobart Hurricanes? The Adelaide Strikers won the toss and took the decision to bowl first at the UTAS. With regards to the batting of the Hobart Hurricanes, they made a poor initial start as both their opening batsmen got out early on.
The middle-order batsman Ben McDermott then stabilized the inning with his teammate Colin Ingram. Besides these two brave hearts, no one else managed to impress us well with their innings.
Although Tim David did play a quick inning of 24 runs while smashing 3 fours and 1 six. The remaining team got all out at the score of just a mere 146 runs in 19.3 overs. If we talk about the Adelaide Strikers, then Peter Siddle destroyed the innings of the opposite team with his phenomenal performance. He succeeded in taking a whopping 5 wickets in total. He was also the most economical bowler of all and gave just 16 runs in the three and a half overs that he bowled.
The most expensive bowlers in terms of economy rate were Matt Renshaw and Danny Briggs.
The innings of the Adelaide Strikers did not start well like their opponents as well. While most of the batsmen failed to cross even the double-digit mark, the wicketkeeper skipper Alex Carey and Jake Weatherald managed to make their team win with their wonderful inning. They managed to score 55 and 68 runs respectively. The team managed to achieve the set target of 147 runs in just 18.4 overs.
As for the bowling of the Hobart Hurricanes, James Faulkner and Nathan Ellis were the two most successful bowlers who managed to take 2 wickets each. Their bowlers should have tried to be more aggressive. Had they been that, the result of the match might have been different. Overall, it was a great and enjoyable game.
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