BBL 2020-21 by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on ShareTweet Jason Roy composed a quick-fire hand of 74 © Getty Three-time BBL champions Perth Scorchers continued to make the most of their mid-season renaissance, trouncing fellow top-four contenders Hobart Hurricanes at the Optus Stadium for their fifth straight win. Led by another disciplined bowling show, they kept the Hurricanes down to 139, a target that a 123-run opening stand between Jason Roy (74*) and Liam Livingstone (54) helped hunt down with nine wickets and 22 balls to spare. How good were Scorchers with the ball? Excellent. Jhye Richardson and Jason Behrendorff continued to stifle opposition at the start of the innings. Richardson drew first blood when his wicket-maiden included the scalp of Ben McDermott. In his first two overs, Richardson gave away just 2 runs. From the other end, Behrendorff was the needle prick to the pressure created by Richardson. He got Dawid Malan, the top-ranked T20I batsman in the world, chipping tamely to mid-on. Hobart had crawled to 15/2 at the four-over mark. The Mitchell Marsh setback The Scorchers suffered a setback after their sparkling start when Mitchell Marsh limped off the field midway through his first over. Aston… Read full this story
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