Jewell & McDermott, Fifties, Help Hurricanes in Chasing Ace 178

The Hobart Hurricanes 178 of 3 (Jewell & McDermott) Beat the Adelaide Strikers 177 of 6 (Lynn 87, Short 38) by seven wickets.

The Hobart Hurricanes overcame a brutal blow from a resurgent. Chris Lynn to take a decisive victory over the Adelaide Strikers.

Lynn hit 58 of 87 on Monday night at Blundstone Arena. His best result of the summer as the Strikers scored 177 of 6. It wasn’t enough: the Hurricanes’ top score was given to Lynn. Now the tournament’s leading scorer. the taste of your own medicine.

First players Caleb Jewell (54 of 28). Ben McDermott (53 of 33) got off to a fast start with 86 streaks from 49 balls.

Jewell, named man of the match, opened ahead of Matthew Wade and D’Arcy. Short and hit four sixes, including one from Rashid Khan, who was unusually expensive.

Short and Tim David both finished unbeaten at 27th, leading the Hurricanes home with 16 balls to spare. The win, the third of the Hurricanes’ six games, lifts them off the bottom of the table.

As the strikers have lost four matches in a row after a promising 3-0 start to the tournament.

Lynn, who was sacked by the Brisbane Heat in the off-season.

Lynn hit nine fours and three sixes after the Strikers won the toss to pick bat.

In the final, he fell due to Jewell’s sharp catch in the bowling alley of young sailor Mitch Owen. Lynn shared a 72-run partnership with Matthew Short after an early loss to first-teamer Henry Hunt. He upped the ante late, along with New Zealand’s Colin de Grandhomme, who made a cameo appearance.

Lynn, liked Short in the 14th over hitting two fours, and a six in an over that totaled 16 runs. Spinner Patrick Dooley was the Hurricane’s most economical bowler, hitting 25 runs out of his four overs.

Strikers have decided to rest the tournament’s leading player, Henry Thornton, who may be injury-troubled with Peter Siddle appearing to be bowling in pain.

well done Jewell & McDermott

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