The teams Hobart Hurricanes and Melbourne Renegades came against each other at Bellerive Oval, Hobart.
Hobart Hurricanes won the toss and opted to bat first. To open the batting attack, Neesham and D’Arcy Short came to the middle on the opening bowling attack of Mujeeb.
In the first over only, Neesham slammed a six and a four in the immediate over and the side got a score of 20 after 2 overs. Scoring just 5 runs in 5 balls, Short lost his wicket to David Moody.
On the over from Moody, Jewell bought the first four for the side. In the 5th over, Neesham slammed a four and a six and the score shifted to 47-1. Fueling 28 off 19, Neesham got a dismissal from Russell.
After 6 overs, HBH crossed the half-century with a score of 53-2. Completing 11 overs successfully, the side reached 71-5. After 15 overs, HBH crossed the century, standing at a score of 101-8.
First innings was wrapped up in 18 overs as HH lost all their 10 wickets, scoring 122.
For the run chase of 123, Maddinson and Sam Harper came to the middle to witness the bowling of Joel Paris. In the first ball only, Maddinson lost his wicket and the right-handed batter, Jake Fraser McGurk came to the middle. Harper bought the first four for the side.
In the 2nd over, Fraser got a dismissal from Dooley and the right-handed batter, Aaron Finch came to the middle. After 3 overs, MLR got a score of 12-3. After 10 overs, MLR boys managed to reach the half-century with a score of 50-4.
Scoring 26 off 33 balls, Wells lost his wicket to Shadab Khan and the right-handed batter, Will Sutherland came to the middle. After 14 overs, MLR jumped to a score of 72-7.
In 19.2 overs, MLR scored 114 runs with a loss of 10 wickets and lost the match to Hobart Hurricanes by 8 runs.
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