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Northern Knights beat Wellington Firebirds by 5 wickets in Dream11 Super Smash

Northern Knights beat Wellington Firebirds by 5 wickets
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Northern Knights beat Wellington Firebirds by 5 wickets in the 18th match of the Dream11 Super Smash today.

Match Summary

Northern Knights 162-5 – (19 Ovs) – (Daryl Mitchell 58, Tim Seifert 30; Ollie Newton 2-32)

Wellington Firebirds  161-8 – (20 Ovs) - (Devon Conway 32, Jamie Gibson 28; Brett Randell 3-34, Ish Sodhi 3-12)

Result – Northern Knights won by 5 wickets

 

Wellington Firebirds won the toss and decided to bat against Northern Knights at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui.

The Firebirds scored a competitive par total of 161-8 in their 20 Overs with Devon Conway 32 and Jamie Gibson 28 top scoring. They would be slightly disappointed with the score after the start they had, hitting 41 off just 4 overs before Pollard was out with score 41-1; Brett Randell 3-34 and Ish Sodhi 3-12 (off 4 overs) were the stars with the ball for Northern Knights.

In reply, Tim Seifert 30, Anton Devcich 14 and Dean Brownlie 24 all got good starts with the bat for Northern Knights; however, it was Daryl Mitchell 58 that pushed on and although he was out with the score 152-5, with the Knights needing 10 runs in 11 balls, Joe Carter and Daniel Flynn got them over the line with an over to spare.

 

Teams

Northern Knights - Tim Seifert (wk), Anton Devcich, Dean Brownlie (c), Joe Carter, Brett Hampton, Daryl Mitchell, Daniel Flynn, Scott Kuggeleijn, Ish Sodhi, Anurag Verma, Brett Randell

Bench - Peter Bocock, Jake Gibson

 

Wellington Firebirds - Devon Conway (wk), Michael Pollard, Rachin Ravindra, Michael Bracewell (c), James Neesham, Fraser Colson, Jamie Gibson, Malcolm Nofal, Logan van Beek, Ollie Newton, Hamish Bennett

Bench - Ian McPeake, Peter Younghusband

 

Match Details

 

Toss: Wellington Firebirds won the toss and decided to bat

Time: 06:00 AM GMT

Venue: Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui

Umpires: Billy Bowden, John Bromley Match Referee: RE Hayward

 

 

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