The Adelaide Strikers had won the toss and had decided to bowl first. This did not turn out well for them. Because Hobart Hurricanes Strike Over Adelaide Strikers by a narrow margin of 11 runs.
How Hobart Hurricanes Strike Over Adelaide Strikers? If we talk about the batting of the Hobart Hurricanes then they had a solid start thanks to the commendable performance of their openers. D’Arcy short managed to smash 72 runs in just 48 bowls. He was assisted by his teammates Will Jacks and Colin Ingram who managed to score 34 and 25 runs respectively.
If we talk about the bowling of the Adelaide Strikers then Wes Agar led the charge by taking 2 wickets to his name. His other fellow bowlers, Daniel Worrall, Peter Siddle and Rashid Khan meanwhile took a wicket each.
Matt Renshaw meanwhile was the most economical bowler with an economy rate of 6. If we talk about the chase done by the Adelaide Strikers then they did lose their wickets early on in their innings. They lost both their openers’ wickets after scoring only 16 runs. It was Matt Renshaw and Daniel Worrall who managed to put up some fight.
They managed to score 33 and 62 runs respectively. But their contribution was not enough to propel the Adelaide Strikers to victory. Danny Briggs also contributed 35 runs and tried his best to make his team win. But all their efforts were in vain as they lost by a mere 11 runs.
Their innings is a typical example that illustrates the importance of partnerships even in T20 cricket. Partnerships are vital to make any given innings successful. We hope that they work on this in the upcoming matches of their team.
As for the bowling of the Hobart Hurricanes, James Faulkner shone by managing to take 3 wickets to his name. While Johan Botha and Riley Meredith each managed to take 2 wickets each.