BBL12, Match Highlights, Hobart Hurricanes Vs Perth Scorchers Dooley Bowls Hobart Hurricanes To Victory

BBL|12, Match Highlights, Hobart Hurricanes Vs Perth Scorchers: Dooley Bowls Hobart Hurricanes To Victory

HUR vs SCO match highlights

Here, let’s take a closer look at the HUR vs. SCO game highlights.

At the Aurora Stadium in Launceston today, Paddy Dooley bowled the Hobart Hurricanes to victory after a vital half-century from Matthew Wade

  • Big Bash League’s eighth game, Hobart Hurricanes vs. Perth Scorchers
  • Hurricanes of Hobart 172/8 (20 overs)
  • 164/8 for Perth Scorchers (20 overs)
  • The Hobart Hurricanes prevailed by an 8-run margin.

Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers, 8th Match, Big Bash League Score Card:

After the Hurricanes won the toss, Jason Behrendorff bowled Ben McDermott with the first ball, giving them a terrible start.

D’Arcy Short (35) and Matthew Wade formed an important relationship (51). Tim David (46*) was the only other player to contribute, as Jhye Richardson (3/26) and Aaron Hardie (2/10) prevented any other batsmen from reaching double digits.

Hobart Hurricanes nonetheless entered with a respectable score of 172/8 after a mixed set of innings.

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In the response, Paddy Dooley (4/16) was crucial in stopping the Scorchers and grabbing the crucial wicket of Faf du Plessis (32).

Josh Inglis (62) rose to the occasion though, scoring a crucial half-century to spark a revival. As the game neared its conclusion, Ashton Turner (20) contributed a few runs.

Despite the effort from Perth Scorchers the damage was done and Hobart Hurricanes made away with a 8 run win.

Paddy Dooley, a rookie spinner, has conjured up a magic spell to motivate the Hobart Hurricanes. After that, the Perth Scorchers were defeated by eight runs in the Big Bash League.

Dooley, who was just in his third Twenty20 match, recorded 4-16 from four overs on Monday in Launceston as Hobart held Launceston to 8-172.

The 25-year-old bowled a pivotal 16th over that changed the game, lately disclosing that his distinctive movement was influenced by Indian quick Jasprit Bumrah. Dooley dismissed Josh Inglis (62 from 37), had Ashton Agar stumped for a duck, and gave up just two runs as Perth needed 36 runs from 30 balls.

In the penultimate over, Hurricanes spinner Shadab Khan caught and bowled Aaron Hardie with a leaping catch. With 14 runs needed from Perth in the final over,

In the penultimate over, Hurricanes spinner Shadab Khan caught and bowled Aaron Hardie with a leaping catch. Perth needed 14 runs off the last over, which was bowled by Nathan Ellis quickly, but it proved to be too much.

Dooley had previously bowled seasoned South African Faf du Plessis (32 from 16) and trapped Nick Hobson in front during his first stint.

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The win breaks the Hurricanes’ five-game losing streak against Perth.

Both teams have a 1-1 record to begin the year. Tim David’s late swinging and Matthew Wade’s earlier half-century highlighted the Hurricanes’ innings.

With 51 from 29 balls, Wade gave his team a quick start. However, Hobart faltered in the middle overs and lost 5-18. David survived the storm, released his arms at the very end, and hit some crucial boundaries while scoring an unbeaten 46 off 28 deliveries.

Rapidly Perth In the midst of the power surge, Khan and James Neesham, two international players, were also eliminated. Jhye Richardson completed her four overs with a 3-26 total. On the second pitch of the inning, Wade was in the middle of the field. Following Ben McDermott’s lbw capture for a golden duck, by an inswinger from Jason Behrendorff.

In his place, D’Arcy Short displayed excellent performance, getting 35 points from 25 before being caught by Behrendorff in the deep on Tye’s second low catch. Short missed two receptions on a typical field night, including one from Inglis, who was in his 30s.

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