Hit and Run scores 200 runs in Twenty20 Jimboomba clash

HIT and Run has become the first team to score over 200 runs in the Last Man Standing Twenty20 cricket competition at Jimboomba's Glenlogan Park on Sunday.

GOOD START: Debut player for Jimby Crickets Brad Hamill scored a half century.

GOOD START: Debut player for Jimby Crickets Brad Hamill scored a half century.

The undefeated side smacked a whopping 206 runs from 20 overs against Duck Duck Gone's bowling effort.

Man of the match Hayden Teese scored 53 runs from 35 balls and was well supported with a half century from Andrew Hardy with 53 runs from 27 balls.

Hit and Run's next batsman to the crease Max Harkin pushed the game out of Duck Duck Gone's reach with 52 runs blasted from 20 balls.

Duck Duck Gone's batting line up collapsed under the pressure of trying to reach an insurmountable score.

Only skipper Scotty Leach showed any sign of resistance with 44 runs from 58 balls.

Hit and Run's bowling attack included Hayden Teese (3-11) and Andrew Hardy (2-2).

Rodney Teese was effective on the field taking three catches to restrict Duck Duck Gone to a miserable 67 runs all out.

Meanwhile, a closer contest ensued between Jimby Crickets and Bengal Warriors.

Jimby Crickets were first to bat and scored a respectable 160 runs from 20 overs.

Debut player and man of the match Brad Hamill scored 50 runs from 32 balls and was well supported by Andrew Rice who scored 82 runs from 44 balls.

Hamill was also dangerous with the ball taking three wickets for 30 runs.

Asif Alam was the pick of the bowlers with impressive figures of 3-28.

The Bengal Warriors attempted to chase down Jimby Cricket's score with Rodney Teese cracking 56 runs from 30 balls.

But it wasn't enough to withstand a good bowling effort from the Jimby Crickets who restricted the Bengal Warriors to 129 runs and won by 31 runs.

The Jimby Crickets are considered to be best placed to challenge Hit and Run as the Last Man Standing season progresses.

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