Melbourne Renegades won by 7 wickets

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, January 1st, 2018 | 0

The 7th season of Big Bash is going on which has started in 19th December, 2017. In the season of BBL, eight participants have competed for the title like before. Already number of matches of the season of BBL have finished successfully. Now, we have come to consider the 3rd match of the tournament. In the 3rd match, Melbourne Renegades won by 7 wickets against Hobart Hurricanes.

Melbourne Renegades won by 7 wickets

Melbourne Renegades once played the semi final of the tournament where Hobart Hurricanes played final once. So, they are two potential contenders in ongoing season of Big Bash League no doubt.

The match between Renegades and Hurricanes was staged in 21st December, 2017 at Bellerive Oval, Hobart where the attendance were 11,010. Michael Graham Smith and Sam Nogajski were the two umpires of the game. Melbourne Renegades won the toss and let Hurricanes to bat first. Hobart Hurricanes scored 164 runs by playing complete 20 overs. They lost total eight wickets where D’Arcy Short scored highest 34 runs. On the other hand, Melbourne Renegades reached the destination by playing 18.3 overs. They lost just three wickets where Cameron White scored highest 79 runs for the team Renegades. So, Renegades managed their first victory in the ongoing season of BBL where Dwayne Bravo from Renegades was declared as the player of the match.

Doolan and Short came to open the innings for Hurricanes. They started the innings very well. Openers added 53 runs to the scoreboard where Doolan was out with his 26 runs innings. Just after nine runs Short was gone as well who scored 34 runs. Later, McDermott and skipper Bailey tried to make another partnership that added fifty more runs. McDermott was gone with 34 runs and Bailey scored 25 runs. Most of the players of Hurricanes got runs though their innings did not get much longer but totally they scored 164 runs in 20 overs. Bravo took highest five wickets for Renegades.

Finch and Harris started to chase the score for Renegades. Finch scored just four runs but later Harris and White started to play and built a long lasting partnership. Both of them crossed half century milestone each. Harris scored 50 runs but White remained not out with his 79 runs innings. Cooper came later but got out with 0 runs. Later, Hodge and White finished the match successfully in 18.3 overs. They won by seven wickets in the match.

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