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Cricket news - Renegades hammer sorry Scorchers to climb up to second place

Chris Tremain's opening spell had Scorchers reeling at 12 for 4.

A three-time Big Bash League champions Pert sensations' disastrous season 2018-19 another tragic turn, as they were rolled for 79, their second-lowest total cost of ownership (fourth lowest in the BBL history) in a grossly one-sided encounter on the Optus stadium in Perth. Their vanquishers in the night, Melbourne Renegades, moved up to 14 points and second place in the overall standings and in the process your Net Run Rate gave a significant boost courtesy of the 78-run defeat.

Renegades' victory led by a fine bowling effort from Chris Tremain (3 9), the exciting opening spell, had shaken the hosts on 12/4 in a chase of 158. As soon as he was finished with his destruction, Daniel Christian hammer took more strokes to an opponent, that is how advanced the game, which looked as if they had much rather be somewhere else than in their spooky, silent stadium.

Christian took 4 for 20 and seemed determined to push Perth at the lowest total in BBL history (which, incidentally, is in the possession of the renegades, the self - 57), to Matthew Kelly, undefeated and 18 Perth saved the shame of at least, to forget that in a campaign. Finally, the sensations 79 were shot out with a full four rounds in the remaining innings.

Things had looked so much brighter for the hosts a few hours ago, when Mitchell Marsh won the toss and bowling selected. Mackenzie Harvey made a quick start at one end, but Perth were able to bind and later dismissed Aaron Finch without the Renegades skipper no damage. According to Harvey, a steady 32-ball 38 made, Sam Harper infused life into the game with a fiery 26-ball 37.

Mohammad Nabi and Tom Cooper didn't get small contributions, but Renegades, thrive they needed thanks to the Perth bowlers in the search for your Yorkers with great consistency and Renegades' own early loss of Cameron White, had to retire hurt due to a hamstring injury. A total of 157 may be a few eyebrows furrowing on half of the time, but it almost turned out to be more than double of what your opposition sorry I could on the day.

Brief scores: Melbourne Renegades 157/5 in 20 overs (Mackenzie Harvey 38, Sam Harper, 37; Matthew Kelly 2-30) beat Perth sensations 79 in 16 overs (Nick Hobson 19; Daniel Christian 4-20, Chris Tremain 3-9) by 78 runs.

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