A good day for Renegades as they won their second game of the BBL 9 out of 11 after nine consecutive losses. Gade’s hopes are alive with their two straight wins. BBL 9 Match 44 Heat vs Renegades – As a mathematical chance for Gades to qualify for the upcoming finals. Cameron Boyce’s four wickets and Beau Webster 36 runs clinched the second victory for Melbourne Renegades at Gabba Ground, Brisbane. Heat faced the record-breaking meltdown after the barely batting line collapse in the chase of 164.
Brisbane Heat batting line falls to all out in 15 overs, taking 120 runs on the board and lost the game by 44 runs. Brisbane Heat lost their 6th game of the Big Bash League 9 and fall to the sixth position of the BBL Ladder. It was a quiet dramatic inning as Heat was 86/1 in the powerplay taking over Renegades in the chase of 164. Chris Lynn smashed 41 runs off 15 balls with his three sixes and five boundaries in his batting innings.
Brisbane Heat lost three quick wickets in four shots from nowhere. Jimmy Pierson and Matt Renshaw went back to the pavilion with a golden duck. Sam Heazlett got control over innings and formed a partnership of 27 runs off 36 balls with Joe Burns. Heazlett departed in the 13th over, and all sides astonishingly collapsed within seven runs losing seven wickets in the next two overs.
Cameron Boyce Best Bowling Figure 4/15
Cameron Boyce four wickets changed the game from nowhere to the dominating team. Heat recorded the worst collapse in the history of Big Bash League by losing ten wickets in just 36 balls. At first, when Lynn and Heazlett were on the crease, seemingly game expected to finish in 15 or 16th over. All turned off-way, and Heat’s astonishing collapse recorded one of the worst blows in the history of BBL.
Despite no half-century from Renegades batting line but still, nothing added to scorecard. A contributory six batsmen over 20+ runs post, a total of 164 runs in 20 overs. Marcus Harris’s struggling season continues as he departed after scoring six runs for eight balls. He trapped by James Pattinson, who recently got five wickets to haul against Adelaide Strikers’ last game. Pattinson bowled most balls of his bowling spell short of a length, and Harris decided to adapt the attacking approach.
He went aggressive over Pattinson’s quick pitch delivery and got an edge of the short ball, back to the pavilion. Shaun Marsh came with a hostile mood and charing over Ben Laughlin and caught by the bowler straightaway. Renegades batsman went blunted over Afghan spinner by clubbing six and four in the same over his bowling spell. The Heat’s made a comeback by taking Sam Harper’s wicket in the 10th over of the game where Gades were 63/3.
Heat Batting Line Collapsed
BBL 9 Match 44 Heat vs Renegades – AB de Villiers played brilliantly last game but went back to pavilion over the second ball he faced by Cameron Boyce. In the chase of 164 runs, Heat went so aggressive and fuelled by the bursty Chris Lynn innings of 15 balls 40 terms. The opening pair of Brisbane Heat added 84 runs in the powerplay with Lynn 41 (15) and Heazlett 43 (21). The second partnership between Heazlett and Joe Burn of 27 races, not a single batting pair, formed any solid grounds.
Beau Webster’s 23 runs off just ten balls did the same job for Gades. Down the order when the whole line collapsed for seven wickets in 7 runs. Cameron Boyce outstanding bowling spell 4/15 in four overs taking his best bowling figure in the Big Bash League. His three wickets in his first overdid the job bamboozle Heat to 120 all out in just 15 overs.
Most importantly, AB de Villiers, Matt Renshaw, and Ben Cuttings. Jimmy Pierson got only seven runs, including two ducks to the scoreboard. Ben Cutting got an lbw by Dan Christian and couldn’t survive after taking a review against the dismissal decision to a ball missing the stumps.