BBL 7: Match 3, Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades – Statistical Highlights
All the stats and records that were created during the game between Hurricanes and Renegades.
Published - Dec 21, 2017 6:56 pm | Updated - Dec 22, 2017 12:24 pm
Melbourne Renegades started off their BBL 2017/18 campaign with a convincing 7-wicket win against the Hobart Hurricanes powered an all-round display. A 5-wicket haul from Dwayne Bravo put the breaks to the home team’s scoring rate as the Hurricanes ended up with 164/7 after completing their 100-run mark in the 11th over itself. An unbeaten 79 from Cameron White and Marcus Harris’ 50 saw the Renegades through with nine balls to spare.
All the stats and records that were created during the game between Hurricanes and Renegades:
5 – Melbourne Renegades now have won five of their seven matches in the BBL against Hobart Hurricanes. These are the joint most number of games they won against any team in the BBL and also the joint most Hobart have lost against any side. Renegades have won five matches against Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder as well in the BBL.
5/18 – Dwayne Bravo became the first Melbourne Renegades bowler to take a 5-wicket haul in the Big Bash League. The previous best figures for a Renegades’ bowler in BBL are 4/13 by Shakib Al Hasan against Brisbane Heat in 2014/15.
11 – Bravo now has taken 4-wicket hauls on 11 different occasions in Twenty20 cricket which are the joint 2nd most by any player. Lasith Malinga has picked a 4-fer on 12 occasions in this format. Shahid Afridi and Sunil Narine also have as many 11 4-fers in T20s.
46y 318d – At the age of 46 years and 318 days, Brad Hogg became the 4th oldest player to feature in a Twenty20 game. Carlton Saunders is the only player to feature in a T20 game after turning 50.
46y 318d – Brad Hogg became the oldest player ever to take a wicket in Twenty20 cricket. He surpassed Sri Lanka’s Ajith Ekanayake who picked up a wicket at the age of 46y 179d in Domestic T20.
50 – Brad Hodge became the 4th player to hit 50 sixes in the BBL after Chris Lynn (94), Aaron Finch (56) and Chris Gayle (51).
113 – The 113-run stand between Harris and White is the 3rd highest partnership for Renegades in the BBL and their highest for the 2nd wicket. Aaron Finch and White shared 112 for the 2nd wicket against Brisbane Heat in the 2015/16 season.
400 – Dwayne Bravo became the first player to take 400 wickets in Twenty20 cricket with the 5-wicket haul in this game. Lasith Malinga stands behind Bravo with 331 wickets in the format.
541 – Cameron White is now the 2nd highest run-getter in the BBL for Melbourne Renegades after Aaron Finch (1565). He went past Ben Rohrer (498) and Tom Cooper (491) during his unbeaten innings of 79. Dwayne Bravo (20) also became the 2nd highest wicket-taker for Renegades in the BBL after Nathan Rimmington (34).