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Henriques powers Sixes home in close pursue

On a surface with conflicting bob and speed, Sixers’ pursuit of 151 was difficult however Henriques twisted back the clock to control the home side to triumph with five balls in excess.

It was their eighth consecutive success over Stars, who have drooped to a 1-3 record this season.

Henriques gets back to frame
Sixers’ sluggish beginning to the season has been for the most part because of their fizzling batting request. Kurtis Patterson and James Vince were quick to offer to set things straight with promising beginnings yet they fell one after another to leave Sixers shakily positioned at 3 for 63 at the halfway point.

For quite a long time, Henriques has been a support for stalwart Sixers however he entered the coordinate with back to back brilliant ducks. In a consolation, he scored off his most memorable conveyance as his brand name levelheadedness got back to secure Sixers’ pursuit.

There were periods where he was shackled, particularly by legspinner Adam Zampa, yet Henriques stayed calm and composed close by Jordan Silk, who had likewise made a duck in the last match against Hobart Storms.

Henriques advanced in the back end and scored his 50 years with a six in the penultimate over to ice the game really. It was the main 50 years this season by a Sixers player.

Stars regret messy handling
There was a ton of interest over how Stars’ assault would answer in the wake of yielding the third-most noteworthy BBL complete in their huge loss against Perth Scorchers.

Mentor David Hussey was scorching of his group’s disposition and with his reactions ringing in their ears, Stars’ assault delivered a vastly improved exertion yet it wasn’t sufficient. The bowlers weren’t helped by messy handling and will especially mourn a missed drooping by Joe Clarke off Zampa to relief Henriques in the fifteenth over.

Zampa and seamer Luke Wood made an honest effort with stingy bowling yet needed help in a Stars assault without speedy Nathan Coulter-Nile.

O’Keefe fights through hamstring injury

Left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe’s propensity for the SCG went on subsequent to assuming a vital part in Sixers’ tight win over Storms last week to break their duck this season. Against Stars, the 38-year-old showed why he’s depended upon to open the bowling with the wicket of Tom Rogers second ball.

Yet, everything went south when O’Keefe later in the over grasped at his right hamstring and needed to go off the field for treatment. He made a speedy return however was plainly hampered, walking around in the field.
On a surface with conflicting bob and speed, Sixers’ pursuit of 151 was difficult however Henriques twisted back the clock to control the home side to triumph with five balls in excess.

It was their eighth consecutive success over Stars, who have drooped to a 1-3 record this season.

Henriques gets back to frame
Sixers’ sluggish beginning to the season has been for the most part because of their fizzling batting request. Kurtis Patterson and James Vince were quick to offer to set things straight with promising beginnings yet they fell one after another to leave Sixers shakily positioned at 3 for 63 at the halfway point.

For quite a long time, Henriques has been a support for stalwart Sixers however he entered the coordinate with back to back brilliant ducks. In a consolation, he scored off his most memorable conveyance as his brand name levelheadedness got back to secure Sixers’ pursuit.

There were periods where he was shackled, particularly by legspinner Adam Zampa, yet Henriques stayed calm and composed close by Jordan Silk, who had likewise made a duck in the last match against Hobart Storms.

Henriques advanced in the back end and scored his 50 years with a six in the penultimate over to ice the game really. It was the main 50 years this season by a Sixers player.

Stars regret messy handling
There was a ton of interest over how Stars’ assault would answer in the wake of yielding the third-most noteworthy BBL complete in their huge loss against Perth Scorchers.

Mentor David Hussey was scorching of his group’s disposition and with his reactions ringing in their ears, Stars’ assault delivered a vastly improved exertion yet it wasn’t sufficient. The bowlers weren’t helped by messy handling and will especially mourn a missed drooping by Joe Clarke off Zampa to relief Henriques in the fifteenth over.

Zampa and seamer Luke Wood made an honest effort with stingy bowling yet needed help in a Stars assault without speedy Nathan Coulter-Nile.

O’Keefe fights through hamstring injury

Left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe’s propensity for the SCG went on subsequent to assuming a vital part in Sixers’ tight win over Storms last week to break their duck this season. Against Stars, the 38-year-old showed why he’s depended upon to open the bowling with the wicket of Tom Rogers second ball.

Yet, everything went south when O’Keefe later in the over grasped at his right hamstring and needed to go off the field for treatment. He made a speedy return however was plainly hampered, walking around in the field.

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