Match Day December 21, 2019 – Day/Night Match – BBL 9 Match 6 Results – 20 Overs Match. Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades played at Optus Stadium and broadcasted by Fox Sports. Marsh Brothers (Mitchell Marsh and Shaun Marsh) both played a stunning knock with the bat for their team individually. Mitchell Marsh won the player of the match award for his outstanding innings of 55 runs of just 22 balls. While Batting first Scorchers set up a massive total of 197 runs in 20 overs to Renegades.
The prominent performances by Perth Scorchers put a big total on the scoreboard with 196 runs with the loss of seven wickets. Marsh innings of 55 runs against Renegades, he smashed five sixes to Harry Gurney, and it is the biggest total in BBL 9 so far. While chasing down the target, Shuan Marsh anticipated with his 55 runs off 28 balls and slowly but steadily brought the game to closer.
Beau Webster played his highest individual innings of 67 runs off 37 balls with four boundaries and three maximum. In bowling innings, Kane Richardson dismissed four batsmen by conceding 22 runs only in his limited over spell. Except for him, Fawad Ahmed recorded his best bowling innings of BBL 9 with his two wickets by conceding 22 runs in his bowling spell. Melbourne Renegades chase of 196 runs was unsuccessful for, and they lost the game by 11 runs.
Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades Squads
Josh Inglis, Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Turner, Mitchell Marsh, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Chris Jordan, Matt Kelly, Fawad Ahmed
Sam Harper, Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Tom Cooper, Dan Christian, Beau Webster, Jack Wildermuth, Cameron Boyce, Kane Richardson, Harry Gurney, Richard Gleeson
BBL 9 Match 7 Results – 1st Inning
Melbourne Renegades won the toss and decided to bowl first at Optus Stadium, Perth. Liam Livings and Josh Inglis started their batting innings for Scorchers in their traditional way with the ten run rate. Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades match the first match – Sochers lost their first wicket at the second last bowl of 3rd wicket that made no difference to their innings.
In the second wicket partnership, Liam Livingstone and Cameron Bancroft added 70 runs in the next six overs. Perth Scorchers lost their second wicket of the tournament in 9th over, and Ashton Turner came to bat at fourth number position. As their 4th wicket partnership didn’t work well for Socorchers and after Bancroft lost his wicket than Mitchell Marsh joined Ashton Turner.
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In a keynote, Mitchell Marsh explosive batting style turned his fat when he added 56 runs off 22 balls by hitting six maximums and a single boundary. In the bowling innings of Kane Richardson grab four wickets in his limited-overs bowling spell. Except for Richardson, Gleeson and Hary Gurney dismissed only batsman each. Jake Wildermuth and Cameron Boyce remained unsuccessful in taking their breakthroughs.
Liam Livingstone 29 (19) ,Josh Inglis 14 (10), Cameron Bancroft 51 (37), Ashton Turner 36 (26), . Mitchell Marsh 56 (22), Ashton Agar 2 (2), Cameron Green 3 (4), Chris Jordan 0 (0)
Didn’t Bat: Jhye Richardson, Matt Kelly, Fawad Ahmed
Kane Richardson 4-4-22, Richard Gleeson 4-49-1, Jack Wildermuth 4-0-37, Harry Gurney 4-1-55, Cameron Boyce 4-0-32
BBL 9 Match 7 Results – 2nd Innings
In the chase of mighty total Renegades opening pair, Sam Harper and Aaron Finch started their batting innings aggressively. Renegades vs Scorchers – The team completed their first batting powerplay with the run rate of eight runs however required NRR 9. Renegades lost two wickets in quick succession costs Scorchers reasonably well.
Beau Webster came to bat first after the dismissal of Tom Cooper, and he scored 67 runs off 37 balls. Webster played a great knock but couldn’t win the game for his team. The three top run-scorers for Renegades – Aaron Finch 28 (15), Mitchell Marsh 55 (38) and Beau Webster 67 (37). Scorchers lost their three wickets in a quick in the margin of just five runs.
While bowling second and defending the total – Chris Jordan and Fawad Ahmed two wickets each. Joel Paris and Ashton Agar picked up singe wickets for themselves. Perth Scorchers ended their battings innings to 185 with the loss of six wickets.
Sam Harper 15 (12), Aaron Finch 28 (15), Shaun Marsh 55 (38), Tom Cooper 9 (14), Dan Christian 0 (2), Beau Webster 67 (37), Jack Wildermuth 0 (1), Cameron Boyce 4 (1)
Didn’t Bat: Kane Richardson, Harry Gurney, Richard Gleeson
Kane Richardson 4-0-41, Joel Paris 3-1-36, Chris Jordan 4-2-30, Shuan Marsh 2-0-23, Fawad Ahmed 4-2-22, Ashton Agar 3-1-30
BBL Points Table: Perth Scorchers 2 Points, Melbourne Renegades 0 Points