Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes – 12th Match – Hits and Flops

Shashi / 31 December 2014

Today was the 12th match of the Big Bash League 2014-15. Adelaide Strikers whitewashed the Hobart Hurricanes and Adelaide Strikers won by 8 wickets. Tim Ludeman and Jonathon Dean were the main star of the match. They both scored half-century. Here are the Hits and Flops of the match.

Hits of the Day

1. Jonathan Wells

Although Jonathan Wells came after 5 wickets were down and the team was in a miserable condition. Only Alex Hales played good by scoring 29 runs. Jonathan Wells came to rescue after half of the innings was played. He managed to score 58 runs in the tough environment and raised his team total to 136 runs.

2. Shaun Tait

Today almost everyone bowled pretty well but Shaun Tait was the best. He picked up 3 wickets today and gave very few runs. In his 4 overs spell he 21 runs with an economy of 5.5.

3. Tim Ludeman

The wicketkeeper batsman Tim Ludeman played beautifully today. He opened the game. He played exceptionally well and scored a half century today. He scored 54 runs in just 33 balls with a strike rate of 163.6 and hit 4 fours and 4 sixes.

4. Jonathon Dean

Jonathon Dean was another player who played exceptionally well. He too scored a half century today. He scored 54 runs in 35 balls with a strike rate of 154.3. He was hitting sixes all the time. He hit 6 sixes and 1 boundary.

5. Darren Sammy

Darren Sammy was an exceptional bowler today. Although he was on the losing side but he was the best. He just gave away 10 runs in 3 overs and still managed to pick up a wicket. His economy was 3.3.

Flops of the Day                    

1. Ben Dunk

Ben Dunk was a flop today. He went out for a duck. He is the opening batsman. The top order didn’t work today and it was a miserable start for the Hobart Hurricanes.

2. Johan Botha

Johan Botha was very expensive today in the 1st innings. He gave the most runs with the highest economy. He gave away 33 runs in his 3 overs spell. His economy was of 11.

3. Ben Hilfenhaus

Ben Hilfenhaus was the most expensive bowler today. In just 1.3 overs he gave away 32 runs with an economy of 21.3, the highest in this league. And more over he didn’t pick any wickets.

4. Cameron Boyce

Cameron Boyce was too very expensive. He bowled his 4 overs and gave away 42 runs with an economy of 10.5. He picked up 1 wicket but it was already too late and his team lost the match.

5. Timm van der Gugten

Timm van der Gugten was another expensive bowler from Hobart Hurricanes. He bowled 3 overs and gave 32 runs with an economy of 10.7. And he didn’t pick any wickets.

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