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Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers, 8th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers, 8th Match 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000 Adelaide Strikers won by 5 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000 HBH - 146 (19.3) ADS - 147/5 (18.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000 CRR:  7.88 Player of the Match Peter Siddle Scorecard Refresh Commentary So that ends today. Until tomorrow, and hopefully something closer, on behalf of us, ta ta!! Peter Siddle | Player of the Match : Disappointing with the way we started, we got the first game out of the way, a lot more improved tonight, still a bit to work on, but good improvement. I probably enjoyed a bit more tonight with not having to worry about the captaincy. It helped my bowling as well. Nice night, great to contribute, hopefully I continue.  22:32 Local Time, 11:32 GMT, 17:02 IST: Quite an easy stroll this for the Strikers, thanks to 107-run-stand between Jake Weatherald and Alex Carey to knock down what was clearly an under-par total. Hobart did give themselves a chance at the start, reducing Adelaide to 8/2. But what hit them after that was some serious hitting by those two, who refused to get bogged down, kept finding boundaries at will and snatched the 10-over bonus point as well. It was their bowling though that deserves a chunk of the credit (read Siddle's fifer), triggering a top-order and then a lower-order collapse. 146 was never going to be enough. Here come the presentations .. 18.4 Nathan Ellis to Ryan Gibson, 1 run, that'll do . Swinging into the pads and clipped away behind square leg. End the drama .. Ryan Gibson, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.3 Nathan Ellis to Short, out Caught by Tim David!! And another. With scores level, Short looks to flick one uppishly over mid-on, and much like Wells, doesn't get hold, and it's much simpler for mid-on this time. Short c Tim David b Nathan Ellis 0(1) Nathan Ellis to Short, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 18.2 Nathan Ellis to Weatherald, 1 run, hurried skidder, which Weatherald very awkwardly jabs round the corner Matthew Short, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.1 Nathan Ellis to Wells, out Caught by Tim David!! There it comes. The match may've been lost, but Adelaide do the needful of throwing away a mandatory wicket in the batting powerplay. And Wells does it with an attempted hoick down the ground to finish it off quickly, but miscues big time and mid-on takes a smart running-back catch. Wells c Tim David b Nathan Ellis 8(16) Nathan Ellis to Wells, THATS OUT!! Caught!! Okay, they've taken the power surge, or rather they've been forced to take it. 2 runs remain .. ADS: 145-3 after 18 overs 17.6 Boland to Weatherald, no run, half an LBW appeal , sliding into the pads, and beating Weatherald's flick. But yea, too leg-sided 17.5 Boland to Wells, 1 run, in-cutter, good length, chops back off Wells's defensive inside-edge onto his pad and then just beside the pitch, which Weatherald's daredevil enough to call him through for a real quick single 17.4 Boland to Wells, no run, another arching stab, but this time it's straight to point 17.3 Boland to Weatherald, 1 run, arches behind, sticks his bat out and runs it down to third man 4 runs | 16 balls 17.2 Boland to Wells, 1 run, another jumping ride to turn this round the corner 17.2 Boland to Wells, wide , loses his radar with a slower one, and it's down leg 17.1 Boland to Wells, no run, angling in off a back of a length, Wells hops beside and defends down the pitch Load More Commentary

Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers, 8th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers, 8th Match 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000

Adelaide Strikers won by 5 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000

HBH - 146 (19.3)
ADS - 147/5 (18.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 021816000000
CRR:  7.88

Player of the Match

Commentary

So that ends today. Until tomorrow, and hopefully something closer, on behalf of us, ta ta!!

Peter Siddle | Player of the Match: Disappointing with the way we started, we got the first game out of the way, a lot more improved tonight, still a bit to work on, but good improvement. I probably enjoyed a bit more tonight with not having to worry about the captaincy. It helped my bowling as well. Nice night, great to contribute, hopefully I continue. 

22:32 Local Time, 11:32 GMT, 17:02 IST: Quite an easy stroll this for the Strikers, thanks to 107-run-stand between Jake Weatherald and Alex Carey to knock down what was clearly an under-par total. Hobart did give themselves a chance at the start, reducing Adelaide to 8/2. But what hit them after that was some serious hitting by those two, who refused to get bogged down, kept finding boundaries at will and snatched the 10-over bonus point as well. It was their bowling though that deserves a chunk of the credit (read Siddle's fifer), triggering a top-order and then a lower-order collapse. 146 was never going to be enough. Here come the presentations ..

18.4 Nathan Ellis to Ryan Gibson, 1 run, that'll do. Swinging into the pads and clipped away behind square leg. End the drama ..

Ryan Gibson, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.3 Nathan Ellis to Short, out Caught by Tim David!! And another. With scores level, Short looks to flick one uppishly over mid-on, and much like Wells, doesn't get hold, and it's much simpler for mid-on this time. Short c Tim David b Nathan Ellis 0(1)

Nathan Ellis to Short, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

18.2 Nathan Ellis to Weatherald, 1 run, hurried skidder, which Weatherald very awkwardly jabs round the corner

Matthew Short, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.1 Nathan Ellis to Wells, out Caught by Tim David!! There it comes. The match may've been lost, but Adelaide do the needful of throwing away a mandatory wicket in the batting powerplay. And Wells does it with an attempted hoick down the ground to finish it off quickly, but miscues big time and mid-on takes a smart running-back catch. Wells c Tim David b Nathan Ellis 8(16)

Nathan Ellis to Wells, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

Okay, they've taken the power surge, or rather they've been forced to take it. 2 runs remain ..

ADS: 145-3 after 18 overs

17.6 Boland to Weatherald, no run, half an LBW appeal, sliding into the pads, and beating Weatherald's flick. But yea, too leg-sided

17.5 Boland to Wells, 1 run, in-cutter, good length, chops back off Wells's defensive inside-edge onto his pad and then just beside the pitch, which Weatherald's daredevil enough to call him through for a real quick single

17.4 Boland to Wells, no run, another arching stab, but this time it's straight to point

17.3 Boland to Weatherald, 1 run, arches behind, sticks his bat out and runs it down to third man

4 runs | 16 balls

17.2 Boland to Wells, 1 run, another jumping ride to turn this round the corner

17.2 Boland to Wells, wide, loses his radar with a slower one, and it's down leg

17.1 Boland to Wells, no run, angling in off a back of a length, Wells hops beside and defends down the pitch