Ryan Rickelton and Rassie van der Dussen, a half-century demonstration of a powerful bowling from the bouncers, made Jozi Stars a comfortable win over Paarl Rocks in the Mzansi Super League match in Boland Park on Tuesday. ensured . The victory margin gave them a valuable bonus point.
The two openers shared the 155 Enthusiastic opening booth to help Chris Gayle-less visitors gather 209 in 20 races – both scores were recorded in the short history of the record.
Rickelton ransacked 91 of the 91 ball's 59th (7 fourth, 3 rd third) over a century. Some time ago, Proteas batsman Van der Dussen, 78 stole 49 (3 four, 4 six).
In spite of the strong start of the host, Simon Harmer (3/22) and Eddie Leie (3/33) won victories in the 18.4 on 149. On Sunday, Tshwane made a weak effort, considering that they were collecting 202 points for six people, one time for Spartans.
On this occasion, however, the West Indian star suppressed pressure by Rickelton and Van der Dussen, who had been promoted by Gayle to leave the weekend after Nelson Mandela Mr. Giants' loss after the end of another commitment. them.
After they lost the buds and were sent to the bat, they reached a modest 44 without the 81 out of 81, while they were not at all. But then they switched 128 gears from the second 10 passes, including 76 from the second five.
Daniel Christian helped out with a sensational show in the final kick – Australia contributed to the 32 balls of death in death.
Thanks to 36 ball (4 fours, 4 sixes) off the 60's in Captain Henry Davids, the answer started well for the Rocks. Before leaving, the Captain followed Vaughn van Jaarseveld (11) and a 56-person partnership to help him reach the eighth place.
Both of them fell from the top four, falling from the top eight to the top eight, finished the tail with the excellent Duanne Olivier (2/19) and Beuran Hendricks (2/36) – Paarl appeared with eight balls in tow.
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