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|Henry Burton Shipley||23||11||3||0||209.09|
|Henry Burton Shipley||2.0||0||11||1||5.50|
|Blake Peter Coburn||4.0||0||17||4||4.25|
A win for Northern Knight in the last match of super-smash has set the tournament up beautifully. The Knights moved up to fourth spot on the ladder leaving Canterbury Kings at the bottom spot. The Kings are now set to meet Central Stags in an upcoming fixture of the tournament. The match between the two sides is to be played at McLean Park, Napier on Monday, 23rd December. Central Stags are currently placed at the top of the table and have the momentum. The clashes between the teams placed at the opposite ends of the tournament are rarely exciting, but considering that the Kings haven't played too much cricket in the tournament so far, a cracking contest is certainly on the cards.
The Kings are placed at the bottom of the table, but their bottom of the table position does not reflects how they have done in the tournament so far. On paper, they have played only two matches, one of which was washed out due to rain while they faced a defeat in their other match.
Batting first against Auckland Aces, Canterbury Kings got off to a pretty good start before rain stopped play. The Kings were in a position to dictate terms and were looking to launch an assault with Chad Bowes and Stephenn Murdoch at the crease. Their briliant batting performance came as a welcome change compared to their performance in their first match, which was against Wellington Firebirds.
In their first match, the Kings were bundled out for a paltry total of 129, which was chased down by the Firebirds with considerable ease. Considering that they Firebirds took more than 18 overs to get to the total, the loss didn't hurt the net run-rate of Canterbury Kings too badly.
Chad Bowes, Jack Boyle, Stephen Murdoch, Cole McConchie, Cameron Fletcher, Andrew Ellis, Leo Carter, Henry Burton Shipley, Will Williams, Blake Peter Coburn, Ed Nuttall.
Central Stags have arguably been the best side of the tournament and they, too, haven't been spared from the weather gods. They had to settle for just a couple of points in their last game, which was washed out due to rain after they ended their innings with a total of 149 runs on the board.
Despite the wash-out the Stags are placed at the top of the ladder, thanks to their superior net run-rate of 3.6, which has kept them at the top. Up until their last match, the Stags had done pretty well with the bat and the fact that they were bundled out for just 149 runs on the board was astonishing.
In the previous two matches, the Districts had scored 183 and 221 batting first, the totals which their bowlers defended with considerable ease. Their bowlers, however, didn't get a chance to showcase their skills in the last match and they'll be itching to take the field on Monday. All in all, the Stags have done well in all the departments of the game and while their performance was way off par in their previous match, they wouldn't be too worried, yet.
George Worker, Dane Cleaver, Christian Leopard, Tom Bruce, KN Barnett, Josh Clarkson, Willem Ludick, Ben Wheeler, Seth Rance, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner.
Check out the Dream11 fantasy prediction for the upcoming Super Smash match between Canterbury Kings and Central Stags
The clashes between the teams placed at the opposite ends of the ladder are often mismatches, but the same is certainly not the case here. Both the sides are coming off wash-outs in their respective matches and will be itching to get some points under their belt. Considering the performance of the two sides in the tournament so far and the balance of two sides on paper, the Stags are better placed to emerge on top in the upcoming fixture.
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