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Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, 29th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, 29th Match 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000 Adelaide Strikers won by 60 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000 ADS - 171/5 (20) MLR - 111 (19.1) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000 CRR:  5.79 Player of the Match Ryan Gibson Scorecard Refresh Commentary That brings an end to our coverage of the day, and hope you guys enjoyed it. Jois us tomorrow for Match 30 of BBL 10 as Perth Scorchers take on Sydney Sixers in Perth. Till then, it's a goodbye from our side. Ryan Gibson | Player of the Match: It was a nice little period for me. Good to spend some time out in the middle which I haven't done much lately. It was about playing proper cricketing shots as we knew it was a good batting surface. It (the season) has been a bit of a whirlwind and great to be part of this team. The class that we have with our bowlers, we know we can defend anything. Playing at home in front of our home crowd is massive, hopefully this is the jump-start we needed to go deep in the tournament. In reply, Renegades were off to yet another awful start as Finch was dismissed for a golden duck on the first ball of the innings. Harvey and Harper had a decent partnership for the second wicket, however, once that was broken it was Strikers all the way. The bowlers kept chipping at the wickets regularly, and bundled them out eventually for a paltry score of 111. Briggs, Wes Agar and Siddle bowled mind blowing spells and were the main contributors for the Strikers as they defended the total without much of a hassle. 21:56 Local Time, 11:26 GMT, 16:56 IST: A comfortable victory for Adelaide Strikers as they move up to the 4th spot in the points table. Meanwhile, Melbourne Renegades continue to languish at the last position having suffered their seventh loss of the season. Looks like they have been jinxed this season. A good outing for the Strikers though. Electing to bat first, they didn't have the greatest of starts as they were reduced to 72/4 after 11 overs. However, Gibson and Weatherald had a match defining partnership of 96 runs thereafter and that helped the Strikers post an impressive first innings score. It was a fantastic knock by Weatherald, indeed. 19.1 Siddle to Noor Ahmad, out Bowled!! Game. Set. Match! Siddle fires this one right into the blockhole again as Strikers win by 60 runs! Noor Ahmad is way too late to bring his bat down as the ball strikes timber. That's that! For the fourth time in this tournament, Renegades have been bowled out. Noor Ahmad b Siddle 1(2) Siddle to Noor Ahmad, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! MLR: 111-9 after 19 overs 18.6 Wes Agar to Noor Ahmad, 1 run, whips the low full toss through mid-on for a single Noor Ahmad, right handed bat, comes to the crease 18.5 Wes Agar to Lalor, out Bowled!! Bowled 'im! Right into the blockhole, too quick, too full. Lalor swings across, gets beaten and finds his stumps rattled. Nine down are the Renegades as they are staring at a huge defeat. Lalor b Wes Agar 2(4) Wes Agar to Lalor, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! 18.4 Wes Agar to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, works this one through square leg for a single 18.3 Wes Agar to Lalor, 1 run, that's a nasty, nasty bouncer by Wes Agar. Seams into the batsman big time and Lalor gets hit on the glove as he tries to sway away from the short ball. The ball balloons in front of the keeper as they take a single 18.2 Wes Agar to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, heaves this length delivery through mid-wicket for a single 18.1 Wes Agar to Lalor, leg byes, 1 run, fired on leg, Lalor swings and misses, getting hit on the shoe. Sliding down the leg side, hence it was turned down the by the umpire Wes Agar [3.0-0-19-2] is back into the attack MLR: 106-8 after 18 overs 17.6 Siddle to Lalor, 1 run, flat-bats this widish length delivery to mid-off to end the over with a single 17.5 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, fired into the blockhole around middle and leg, Fraser-McGurk whips it into the leg side 17.4 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, no run, full and wide outside off, Fraser-McGurk backs away and throws his hands at it, but it was way out of his reach 17.3 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, FOUR , drilled down the ground! An overpitched delivery by Siddle and Fraser-McGurk drives it straight past the man at mid-off for four runs 17.2 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, no run, mistimes his drive into the off side as Siddle goes full Load More Commentary

Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, 29th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers, 29th Match 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000

Adelaide Strikers won by 60 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000

ADS - 171/5 (20)
MLR - 111 (19.1)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 155654000000
CRR:  5.79

Player of the Match

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That brings an end to our coverage of the day, and hope you guys enjoyed it. Jois us tomorrow for Match 30 of BBL 10 as Perth Scorchers take on Sydney Sixers in Perth. Till then, it's a goodbye from our side.

Ryan Gibson | Player of the Match: It was a nice little period for me. Good to spend some time out in the middle which I haven't done much lately. It was about playing proper cricketing shots as we knew it was a good batting surface. It (the season) has been a bit of a whirlwind and great to be part of this team. The class that we have with our bowlers, we know we can defend anything. Playing at home in front of our home crowd is massive, hopefully this is the jump-start we needed to go deep in the tournament.

In reply, Renegades were off to yet another awful start as Finch was dismissed for a golden duck on the first ball of the innings. Harvey and Harper had a decent partnership for the second wicket, however, once that was broken it was Strikers all the way. The bowlers kept chipping at the wickets regularly, and bundled them out eventually for a paltry score of 111. Briggs, Wes Agar and Siddle bowled mind blowing spells and were the main contributors for the Strikers as they defended the total without much of a hassle.

21:56 Local Time, 11:26 GMT, 16:56 IST: A comfortable victory for Adelaide Strikers as they move up to the 4th spot in the points table. Meanwhile, Melbourne Renegades continue to languish at the last position having suffered their seventh loss of the season. Looks like they have been jinxed this season. A good outing for the Strikers though. Electing to bat first, they didn't have the greatest of starts as they were reduced to 72/4 after 11 overs. However, Gibson and Weatherald had a match defining partnership of 96 runs thereafter and that helped the Strikers post an impressive first innings score. It was a fantastic knock by Weatherald, indeed.

19.1 Siddle to Noor Ahmad, out Bowled!! Game. Set. Match! Siddle fires this one right into the blockhole again as Strikers win by 60 runs! Noor Ahmad is way too late to bring his bat down as the ball strikes timber. That's that! For the fourth time in this tournament, Renegades have been bowled out. Noor Ahmad b Siddle 1(2)

Siddle to Noor Ahmad, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

MLR: 111-9 after 19 overs

18.6 Wes Agar to Noor Ahmad, 1 run, whips the low full toss through mid-on for a single

Noor Ahmad, right handed bat, comes to the crease

18.5 Wes Agar to Lalor, out Bowled!! Bowled 'im! Right into the blockhole, too quick, too full. Lalor swings across, gets beaten and finds his stumps rattled. Nine down are the Renegades as they are staring at a huge defeat. Lalor b Wes Agar 2(4)

Wes Agar to Lalor, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

18.4 Wes Agar to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, works this one through square leg for a single

18.3 Wes Agar to Lalor, 1 run, that's a nasty, nasty bouncer by Wes Agar. Seams into the batsman big time and Lalor gets hit on the glove as he tries to sway away from the short ball. The ball balloons in front of the keeper as they take a single

18.2 Wes Agar to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, heaves this length delivery through mid-wicket for a single

18.1 Wes Agar to Lalor, leg byes, 1 run, fired on leg, Lalor swings and misses, getting hit on the shoe. Sliding down the leg side, hence it was turned down the by the umpire

Wes Agar [3.0-0-19-2] is back into the attack

MLR: 106-8 after 18 overs

17.6 Siddle to Lalor, 1 run, flat-bats this widish length delivery to mid-off to end the over with a single

17.5 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, 1 run, fired into the blockhole around middle and leg, Fraser-McGurk whips it into the leg side

17.4 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, no run, full and wide outside off, Fraser-McGurk backs away and throws his hands at it, but it was way out of his reach

17.3 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, FOUR, drilled down the ground! An overpitched delivery by Siddle and Fraser-McGurk drives it straight past the man at mid-off for four runs

17.2 Siddle to Fraser-McGurk, no run, mistimes his drive into the off side as Siddle goes full