The 24-year-old batsman, during his explosive batting, thrashed 6 bowlers of the opposing team well.
24-year-old Josh Clarkson scored an unbeaten 71 off 32 balls
There is no talk of fanfare in T20 cricket. There are reports of explosions of batsmen from some or the other pitch in the world. One such news is coming from Wellington, where in the Super Smash T20 tournament being played, a 24-year-old Kiwi batsman has played a fast-paced innings in 32 balls, hitting 6 sixes. The name of this right-handed batsman is Josh Clarkson. In the 20-20 over match, the match was between Central District and Wellington. In this match, the Central District did it. Josh Clarkson was also a member of this team.
Central District’s batting against Wellington did not start well. His two wickets fell for 11 runs. The openers contributed only 9 runs for the team. After this, reaching the score of 30 runs, the third setback of the team also took place. Central District scored 80 runs in the first 10 overs but lost 4 wickets to reach here. But, the real storm was yet to hit the ground. This storm came in the form of 24-year-old batsman Josh Clarkson, who created such a ruckus in 32 balls that Central District first scored 110 runs in the last 10 overs.
Clarkson hit 71* with 6 sixes
Captain Tom Bruce was cracking down on Wellington’s bowlers from one end. But, Clarkson rained even louder than him. The 24-year-old Clarkson played an innings of 71 runs in 32 balls at a strike rate of about 222. His innings included 6 sixes, while 3 fours were also seen. Meaning Clarkson scored 48 runs in just 9 balls from the boundaries in his explosive innings.
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