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Marcus Stoinis and Dwayne Bravo sealed the chase in the final over

Marcus Stonis all-round-show-powered-Melbourne Stars to a comfortable 6-wicket victory over their city rivals Melbourne Renegades on Saturday (19. February) derby at the Docklands stadium.

In bat, the Renegades were bundled for 121 with only five batsman to manage a double digit score. The hosts got off to a good start, with Marcus Harris and Aaron Finch pet the way to 30 runs with three boundaries and two sixes off the first 2.4 overs. However, led by Jackson's double-strike Bird ', in a matter of 14 balls, they were reduced to 33 for 4.

Tom Cooper and Mohammad Nabi was the result of the collapse and began their resurrection innings. With a rather atypical approach, the host-stabilized with a 41-run stand-off 7.4 overs - the highest of the Renegades innings. Even as the scoring rate had fallen below the run-a-ball, a platform had been, for a late boost.

That was not to be, however, as both fell off the set batsman in quick succession, handing the initiative to the stars right. Adam Zampa entangled Nabi Daniel and Christian in quick succession, while Stoinis and Dwayne Bravo, the big shots held in the Bay. Just a boundary hit in the last three rounds, before Cameron Boyce triggered Stoinis for six with a heave over cow corner.

However, Stoinis, who had finished his four-over spell with commendable returns of 3 for 19, not ready for the day. He powered the Stars' chase, as well as with an unbeaten 70. To spare In what was an almost a one-man attack, the stars chased down the target with four balls.

The big-hitting began all-rounder well, but lost three of its partners in the first seven overs - all of them make insignificant contributions, which had reduced the visitors to 35 for 3. However, Nic Maddinson (26-ball 19), he found an ally. Chasing a small target, the duo scored steadily and added 63 from 62 balls. More importantly, once Maddinson fell, Stoinis to ensure that the hunt is fading.

In a chase, where large images were used for entertainment intent, Bravo, some late. With 19 Bravo section needed from the last two overs, Christian for a boundary and followed it with a six over cover. Stoinis about beaten other border crossing point, as she milked, the penultimate more for 16 runs and were on close target before you finish off the formalities in the final.

The win ended the stars " three-game losing streak, and with power supplied to the fifth place in a tightly-placed, points table, while the Renegades remained in second place with an extra gain from an additional game.

Ticker: Melbourne Renegades 121 in 19.3 overs (Mohammad Nabi 28, Tom Cooper-24; Marcus Stoinis 3-19, Liam Plunkett 2-21) lost to Melbourne Stars 124/4 in 19.2 overs (Marcus Stoinis 70*, Nic Maddinson 19; Kane Richardson 2-17, Mohammad Nabi 1-9) by 6 wickets.

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