The 27-year-old batsman hit 134 runs in 109 balls ( Photo: Twitter/morganbarrell )
New Delhi: Age 27. Citizenship of England. And, even if he made the field of vandalism his own heart. Right-handed explosive-tempered batsman Paige Scofield made Bristol a base and created havoc. His mayhem with the bat lasted for two whole hours. It was a shocking century, in which it was not even known when 74 runs were scored. Now in such a storm, you can guess the fate of the bowlers yourself.
RHF Trophy matches are still going on in England. In this tournament, on May 1, the competition between two women’s cricket teams South East Stars and Western Storm was going on. In the match, South East Stars batted first and then it happened for which we have given you the light hints.
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27-year-old batsman explodes after team’s poor start
South East Stars got off to a bad start. The first 3 wickets fell for just 17 runs. After this, while reaching 80 runs, the fourth wicket also fell. Somehow the score board of the team crossed the 100-run mark. But by then the 5th wicket had also fallen. In the midst of this bad condition, Paige Scofield gave speed to the team’s score board.
74 runs in just 17 balls in a shocking century!
This 27-year-old batsman batted for almost 2 hours. He faced 109 balls during his inning of 119 minutes and scored 134 not out. It included 14 fours and 3 sixes. Meaning, he collected 74 runs only from 17 boundaries in his innings.
Paige Scholfield today- 134*
Paige Scholfield in the whole 2022 RHF Trophy- 175
— Krithika (@krithika0808) May 1, 2023
Team won the match by 207 runs
The effect of this explosive inning of the page was that the innings of South East Stars, who were seen faltering in the cricket match, ended at 296 for 7 wickets after 50 overs. In response, the team of Western Storm, which was playing against South East Stars in this match, was bundled out for just 89 runs. In this way South East Stars won the match by a big margin of 207 runs.
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