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Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes, 37th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes, 37th Match 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000 Perth Scorchers won by 9 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000 HBH - 139/5 (20) PRS - 140/1 (16.2) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000 CRR:  8.57 Player of the Match Jason Roy Scorecard Refresh Commentary So as the Scorchers jump over the Hurricanes in the points table, it's time for us to shut shop for the day. Until tomorrow, and hopefully something a lot closer, on behalf of us, ta ta!! Jason Roy | Player of the Match : Not forgot, but just in case if we lose some quick wickets, that's why we delayed taking the Power Surge. They got off to a tough start but we worked extremely hard and want to keep it going. He's (Mitchell Marsh) a strong fellow, I am sure he will come back as soon as possible. It's a long tournament, we have got 5 good games and want to keep winning from here. 19:09 Local Time, 11:09 GMT, 16:39 IST: This was really one-sided, and quite contrary to how tough Hobart made scoring look in the first innings. It was the international experience of the two Englishmen here with the Scorchers that was a little too classy for the Hurricanes. Roy started off the thrashing, Livingstone joined in after a watchful start and kept smacking pretty much everything. The bowling too was quite one-dimensional, with the spinners bowling too short to create any trouble. But although this might be remembered for the opening partnership, it is Perth's bowlers who've set this match up, despite losing Marsh to injury mid-way through his first over and ending up a bowler short. 16.2 Riley Meredith to Roy, 2 runs, so Lamichhane drops a pretty simple one at fine leg , and then loses track of the ball as well. Never mind, Roy's already back for the second in the middle of all this confusion to finish off what's been a proper thrashing .. 16.1 Riley Meredith to Roy, FOUR , short, flat-batted, and Roy's just toying around now. He steps away, frees up his hands, and controls it perfectly to keep it all along the ground and wide of mid-on Riley Meredith [3.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack PRS: 134-1 after 16 overs 15.6 Nathan Ellis to Roy, 1 run, drags a one-kneed drive off the inside-edge in front of mid-wicket. The perils of going too hard and losing shape 15.5 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, 1 run, fuller, pacier, on the pads, flicked round the corner 15.4 Nathan Ellis to Roy, 1 run, back of the hand slower one, on a length, on middle, makes Roy wait as he lines it up on his back foot and knocks away through mid-wicket 15.3 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, 1 run, full again, whipped again, but comes off the inside half as it trickles away to fine leg 15.2 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, FOUR , neat. A full one, swinging in a touh on middle and leg, and Inglis whips it powerfully through mid-wicket 15.1 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, no run, short, wide, slapped hard, but straight to point 15.1 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, wide , full, quick, but slips down leg, past the flick 15 runs | 30 balls PRS: 125-1 after 15 overs 14.6 Boland to Josh Inglis, 1 run, feeds the legs, clipped behind square 14.5 Boland to Josh Inglis, no run, punches on the up, defensively, to cover 14.4 Boland to Josh Inglis, no run, attempted steer, but straight to short third man 14.3 Boland to Roy, 1 run, back of a length, swatted away wide of long-on Josh Inglis, right handed bat, comes to the crease 14.2 Boland to Livingstone, out Caught by Malan!! It's just the momentum of swinging at everything. A delivery on middle-stump that Livingstone looks to heave over backward square leg, but it's slower in pace, causing a top-edge, and the fielder behind square by the boundary does well to run in and reverse cup. Nevertheless, a top knock this .. Livingstone c Malan b Boland 54(39) [4s-4 6s-4] Load More Commentary

Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes, 37th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes, 37th Match 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000

Perth Scorchers won by 9 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000

HBH - 139/5 (20)
PRS - 140/1 (16.2)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 16 Friday April 2021 193332000000
CRR:  8.57

Player of the Match

Commentary

So as the Scorchers jump over the Hurricanes in the points table, it's time for us to shut shop for the day. Until tomorrow, and hopefully something a lot closer, on behalf of us, ta ta!!

Jason Roy | Player of the Match: Not forgot, but just in case if we lose some quick wickets, that's why we delayed taking the Power Surge. They got off to a tough start but we worked extremely hard and want to keep it going. He's (Mitchell Marsh) a strong fellow, I am sure he will come back as soon as possible. It's a long tournament, we have got 5 good games and want to keep winning from here.

19:09 Local Time, 11:09 GMT, 16:39 IST: This was really one-sided, and quite contrary to how tough Hobart made scoring look in the first innings. It was the international experience of the two Englishmen here with the Scorchers that was a little too classy for the Hurricanes. Roy started off the thrashing, Livingstone joined in after a watchful start and kept smacking pretty much everything. The bowling too was quite one-dimensional, with the spinners bowling too short to create any trouble. But although this might be remembered for the opening partnership, it is Perth's bowlers who've set this match up, despite losing Marsh to injury mid-way through his first over and ending up a bowler short.

16.2 Riley Meredith to Roy, 2 runs, so Lamichhane drops a pretty simple one at fine leg, and then loses track of the ball as well. Never mind, Roy's already back for the second in the middle of all this confusion to finish off what's been a proper thrashing ..

16.1 Riley Meredith to Roy, FOUR, short, flat-batted, and Roy's just toying around now. He steps away, frees up his hands, and controls it perfectly to keep it all along the ground and wide of mid-on

Riley Meredith [3.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack

PRS: 134-1 after 16 overs

15.6 Nathan Ellis to Roy, 1 run, drags a one-kneed drive off the inside-edge in front of mid-wicket. The perils of going too hard and losing shape

15.5 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, 1 run, fuller, pacier, on the pads, flicked round the corner

15.4 Nathan Ellis to Roy, 1 run, back of the hand slower one, on a length, on middle, makes Roy wait as he lines it up on his back foot and knocks away through mid-wicket

15.3 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, 1 run, full again, whipped again, but comes off the inside half as it trickles away to fine leg

15.2 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, FOUR, neat. A full one, swinging in a touh on middle and leg, and Inglis whips it powerfully through mid-wicket

15.1 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, no run, short, wide, slapped hard, but straight to point

15.1 Nathan Ellis to Josh Inglis, wide, full, quick, but slips down leg, past the flick

15 runs | 30 balls

PRS: 125-1 after 15 overs

14.6 Boland to Josh Inglis, 1 run, feeds the legs, clipped behind square

14.5 Boland to Josh Inglis, no run, punches on the up, defensively, to cover

14.4 Boland to Josh Inglis, no run, attempted steer, but straight to short third man

14.3 Boland to Roy, 1 run, back of a length, swatted away wide of long-on

Josh Inglis, right handed bat, comes to the crease

14.2 Boland to Livingstone, out Caught by Malan!! It's just the momentum of swinging at everything. A delivery on middle-stump that Livingstone looks to heave over backward square leg, but it's slower in pace, causing a top-edge, and the fielder behind square by the boundary does well to run in and reverse cup. Nevertheless, a top knock this .. Livingstone c Malan b Boland 54(39) [4s-4 6s-4]