In the 19th match of the BBL 2022-23 played at Carrara Oval, Queensland, Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder squared off. BRH won the toss and invited Sydney Thunder to bat first.
Mathew Gilkes and Hales opened the attack for SYT while Neser bowled the first over. SYT lost only 1 wicket in the powerplay and scored 35 runs. Sydney have ended with a strong total in the end. Hales went early in the powerplay. Gilkes and Rossouw steadied the ship. Sydney scored a decent score of 71 for 1 in 11 overs and then they decided to storm the bowlers. Ross and Sams went berserk and have propelled Thunder beyond 180. Bazley was the pick of the bowlers and picked up four wickets. In 20 overs, SYT scored 182-6.
Sydney Thunder vs. Munro was the focus of the second inning! Even when his companion at the other end continued losing, the New Zealander persisted. James Bazley and he combined for 48 runs, which helped the hosts win the match. Munro remained there until the last over but was unable to complete a well-earned century. He missed the milestone by a few runs as Sams made a wonderful catch in the deep while under pressure. The hosts were unable to solve the equation—13 off 4—because McAndrew added a few more wickets to his total of 4/32. Due to Green and Usman Qadir of the Thunder’s tight bowling, the Heat found the going to be difficult in the middle overs. In 20 overs, BRH could only managed to put 171-9 on the scoreboard. They lost by 11 runs to Sydney Thunder. Due to Green and Usman Qadir of the Thunder’s tight bowling, the Heat found the going to be difficult in the middle overs. If any of Brisbane’s hitters had assisted Munro, the team would have attempted to reach this total. The Heat are still at the bottom of the standings since that wasn’t the case.
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