Duck Duck Gone wins Last Man Standing Twenty20 cricket clash by six runs

ONE of the closest and most entertaining games of the Last Man Standing Twenty20 cricket season featured Duck Duck Gone and Jimby Cricket over the weekend.

HIGH SCORER: Duck Duck Gone man of the match Jason Hart.

HIGH SCORER: Duck Duck Gone man of the match Jason Hart.

Duck Duck Gone scraped to 126 runs after batting first.

Only man of the match Jason Hart scored a half century with 50 runs from 34 balls.

Jimby Crickets bowler Jason McNamee took two wickets and conceded five runs from two overs.

In reply, the Jimby Crickets batting line up fell six runs short of Duck Duck Gone's total and only scored one run from the final over.

Phil Walsh found form and scored 49 runs from 34 balls.

Tight bowling restricted Jimby Crickets' run scoring capacity and was key to Duck Duck Gone's victory.

In the opening game of the day Hit and Run scored 160 runs from 20 overs to defeat Bengal Warriors who scored 118 runs.

Bengal Warriors bowlers Cameron Turbill and Tanzeer Ahmed both took two wickets

Man of the match Max Harkin was the only batsman to score 50 runs.

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