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Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Perth Scorchers vs Auckland Aces Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012

Perth Scorchers vs Auckland Aces Statistical Highlights CLT20-2012:

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1 Mitchell Marsh missed a T20 match for the Perth Scorchers for the first time.

4 for 24 – Michael Bates’ figures are the best for any New Zealand side in the main event of the CLT20. Fellow teammate Azhar Mahmood had taken 3 for 16 against the Kolkata Knight Riders at Cape Town on October 15.

10 Number of matches after which a side batting first won a T20 match at Centurion.

66 Dot balls bowled by Kyle Mills in CLT20 2012 – most by any bowler. The all-time record is of 84 dots held by Trinidad & Tobago’s Samuel Badree in the 2011 edition.

264 Runs scored in the match – second lowest in a match in CLT20 2012 where both teams batted their allotted 20 overs. The lowest remains 260 for 15 in Sydney Sixers-Mumbai Indians match at Durban on October 22.

Brief Scores: Perth Scorchers 140-7 in 20.0 overs (Paul Collingwood 38, Marcus North 37, Michael Bates 4-34) beat Auckland Aces 124-8 in 20.0 overs (Martin Guptill 36, Michael Beer 3-14, Joe Rennie 2-23) by 16 runs.

Man of the Match: Michael Beer, for his match-winning spell of 4-0-14-3.


source: clt20.com

Perth Scorchers win by 16 runs

  • North: It’s been a frustrating campaign for us so it was nice to finish with a win. I think at the start of the day 150 looked good but in the end we were ok with 140. It played a little slower than we first thought but once we adjusted, we scored runs. Hogg and Beer were our go to guys back home. Hogg’s been fantastic and Beer’s been our bowler of the tournament.
  • Hopkins: I was happy with 140. It was tough to bat on and I thought the Scorchers batted well. They showed us how to play on a slightly slower wicket. The problem for us was that wickets kept on falling and it is hard to get started when that keeps happening. We’ve picked guys in the middle order who have done it for us back home. We came here to win so we are disappointed.
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