Hobart Hurricanes’ pacer Riley Meredith suffered a terrible day within the ongoing 8th version of Large Bash League (BBL 08) as he conceded 17 runs off one felony supply towards the Melbourne Renegades on Thursday.
Meredith, a 22-year-old Australian rapid bowler, gave Hurricanes the worst conceivable begin to their protection of a 184-run goal as he conceded 23 runs within the first over of the innings.
All of it started when Meredith overstepped within the fourth supply of his first over.
Meredith adopted up the primary no-ball with a large that went well beyond wicketkeeper Matthew Wade to the boundary, giving Renegades five additional runs. The following ball flew to the boundary off Aaron Finch’s inside-edge. After a short lived dialogue, the on-field umpire gave it a no-ball for top, albeit it being a marginal determination.
The speedster overstepped as soon as once more, finishing 3 no-balls within the first over. Finch didn’t pass over out this time as he smashed it to the large mid-off boundary.
When Meredith in spite of everything bowled a felony ball, the Hobart crowd applauded the teenager.
Right here’s the video:
17 runs… FROM ONE BALL 😳
— KFC Large Bash League (@BBL) February 7, 2019
Regardless of Meredith’s expensive first over, Hurricanes limited the Renegades to 167 for eight and registered a 16-run win.
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