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MATTHEW WADE IS DECLARED AS THE MAN OF THE MATCH! His quickfire and risk-free 84 from 49 balls depleted any chance the Strikers had of coming into this game.
It rarely happens that there isn't much to speak about the Strikers' bowling, well, nothing positive at least. They looked jaded right from the off, devoid of any inspiration to even give the feeling that maybe something could happen. Just an off night for them, best to move on and focus on the next game. Earlier in the day, the hosts were powered to 154 after Colin Ingram scored a brisk fifty following a shaky start from the top order. It obviously didn't prove to be enough.
An emphatic victory for the visiting side. Never for a moment did it look like Wade or Short ever lost control. They started the chase off well and kept the runs coming at a good rate. Wade was the aggressor initially, but then Short took over and both eventually saw their side over the line, scoring fifties in the process. There have been six 100-plus stands this season, out of which Wade and Short have been involved in two. Their partnership of 158 in this game is the biggest of the lot.
16.5MShort to DShort
FOUR! There are the winning runs! This is one of the biggest wins in BBL history and only the second time a team has done it without losing a single wicket in the run chase. D'Arcy Short walks down the track and lofts it cleanly over mid on for a boundary. HOBART HURRICANES WIN BY 10 WICKETS!
16.4MShort to DShort
FOUR! A misfield! Just sums it really. Short crunches it through the covers and it goes straight to the fielder. He gets low to stop it but it goes right through.
16.3MShort to MWade
Short and wide outside off, punched through to sweeper cover for a single. The 150-run stand between these two comes up.
16.2MShort to DShort
Floated again, on the stumps, eased down to long on again for just the one this time.
16.1MShort to DShort
Full and drifting in on middle, Short drives it on the up past his partner, towards long on and comes back for the second.
15.6RKhan to DShort
Punched into the off side again but just a single this time. Massive one, not often Rashid concedes so many in an over.
15.5RKhan to DShort
FOUR! 16 runs already! Never expected that, did you? Half-tracker wide outside off, Short cuts it square through point and finds the fence without any problem.
15.4RKhan to DShort
The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball to covers.
15.3RKhan to DShort
SIX! Two in two! This pair is in a hurry to finish things off. Short ball in line of the stumps, D'Arcy goes deep inside the crease and heaves it over mid-wicket for a biggie. Launching rockets.
15.2RKhan to DShort
SIX! Right out of the screws! What a hit. Tossed up on the stumps, Short just gets right under it and smokes it into the second tier over mid-wicket. Fifty for D'Arcy Short as well. Has played second fiddle in this stand but his role cannot be undermined.
15.1RKhan to DShort
The wrong 'un, around off, Short is down to sweep but the ball goes under his bat.
Rashid Khan will bowl out.
14.6MShort to MWade
Spinning in on leg, keeps going down, Wade makes a lot of room and cuts it away. Can't get it past short third man though.
14.5MShort to DShort
Moves inside the line and turns it through square leg for one.
14.4MShort to DShort
Drifting in from middle stump, Short looks to whip this away but misses and the ball lobs towards short third man off the pads.
14.3MShort to MWade
The batsman has played it towards mid-wicket. They pick up a single.
14.2MShort to MWade
Strays on the pads, it's helped down to fine leg with ease. Wade gets a couple of runs for it.
14.1MShort to DShort
Full on middle from around the wicket, worked down to long on for an easy run.
Matthew Short introduced into the bowling attack.
13.6BenLaughlin to DShort
Shortish ball into the body, D'Arcy pulls it along the turf to deep mid-wicket and keeps strike with a single.
13.5BenLaughlin to DShort
Good effort. Short smashes this down the ground, quite straight. Long off comes to his left and slides to stop it. The umpire wants to check if it's a clean save and it is. So only two runs for the batsmen.
13.4BenLaughlin to MWade
Closes the face and turns this through mid-wicket for a run.
13.3BenLaughlin to DShort
Good yorker from Laughlin, on leg stump, Short looks to work it across the line but it goes off his boot and travels on the off side. There was a short-lived lbw appeal. One run added to the scoreboard.
13.2BenLaughlin to MWade
Full in length and just outside off, driven down the ground to long off for a run.
13.1BenLaughlin to MWade
Slightly fuller, outside off, Wade smacks it square through the off side. Big gap out there, so the batsmen easily take two.
Ben Laughlin will now bowl once more.
12.6CValente to DShort
FOUR! Streaky runs, all the same for the Hurricanes though. Short of a length ball around off, Short swings and gets a thick edge past the left of the keeper. It runs away to the third man fence. The required rate is under 6 now.
12.5CValente to MWade
The batsman plays it with an angled bat and guides it to third man. They have run through for a single.
12.4CValente to MWade
FOUR! Width on offer and Wade uses the pace on this. Waits for it to come, opens the face and plays this late as he steers it past short third man. The timing is superb, the chasing fielder has no chance.
12.3CValente to DShort
Extremely full, almost in the blockhole, Short digs it out towards mid off and crosses over.
12.2CValente to MWade
Full ball without much pace outside off, Wade drives it through covers for a single.
12.1CValente to DShort
Starts off from around the wicket, it's short and flat outside off, cut hard to sweeper cover by Short and he jogs across to the other end.
Cameron Valente brought on now.
11.6BStanlake to MWade
FOUR! Just finding the boundary for fun now. Wade anticipates the short ball and camps back. Stands tall and muscles the heave over mid-wicket for consecutive boundaries. 18 runs from this over.
11.5BStanlake to MWade
FOUR! Full toss, with a lot of pace and a lot of width on offer. Wade opens the bat face a little and then slices it past point for a boundary. 100 up for the Hurricanes, all too easy for them in this chase.
11.4BStanlake to MWade
Fuller again, outside off, driven square through point for a brace.
11.3BStanlake to MWade
SIX! That's a meaty blow! Gave everything in that. Wade was clear about what he wanted to do, waited for the ball to come and then just launched it high and mighty deep into the stands over the cow corner.
11.2BStanlake to DShort
On the stumps, full in length, driven through wide mid on and the batsmen change ends.
11.1BStanlake to MWade
Stanlake spears it full and well outside off, it's driven through towards sweeper cover for a single.
Billy Stanlake returns.
10.6LO'Connor to MWade
10.6: L O'Connor to M Wade, On the leg stump line, flicked through square leg by Wade for one run. The Hurricanes need 69 runs to win in 54 balls.