Travis Head Left-hander Australian: The southpaw makes the fastest double century on List A with 114 balls. South Australia captain Travis Head was only the third player and the first Australian to score two centuries’ doubles. In A-List cricket after hammering 230 for a comfortable win against Queensland. At the Karen Rolton Oval in Adelaide.
Head was joined by Indian Rohit Sharma, who scored three points in ODI cricket. And Englishman Ali Brown, who has the highest score in A-List cricket. As the only man to have completed multiple double centuries. With Head finishing 202 that he scored added in the 2015 Marsh Cup against Western Australia.
Travis Head made 230 of 127 balls. The sixth-highest score on List A with 28 fours. And eight sixes to make Southern Australias total 8 for 391 of 48 overs. With two overs lost to rain.
Queensland was seeded 397 for victory under DLS and the chase fell short. When Brendan Doggett beat his old team 4 for 75 in his South Australia debut. While Lloyd Pope took his career-best A-list with 4 78 and his career: The number of wickets tripled. Pope took the wicket off Sam Heazlett’s key with a brilliant fake. After the left-hander kept the police chase alive with a blazing 93 of 59 balls.
Head last played ODI cricket for Australia in 2018 when he was eliminated. After three single-digit results in a series against South Africa.
Head innings were the second-highest score in Marsh Cup history behind D’Arcy Shorts 257. As well as the fastest A-List double-dog (out of 114 balls). The team total was the second-highest for South Australia in the competition’s history.
Since then, in 21 A-List entries, he has done 1,136 runs averaging 63.11. And a phenomenal hit rate of 121.75 over three centuries and six half-centuries. His love affair with Karen Rolton Oval also continues. Averaging 95 in 11 innings over Marsh Cup and Sheffield Shield Cricket, including three points out of 163. 4,444 Goed 1 of 22 in fourth place after losing Alex Carey.
Head immediately began his attack on the Queensland bowlers and never gave up. He ran to his century with just 65 balls and brought it up with a six on the square leg. The second hundred of him took 49 balls. The only thing stopping his progress was a brief shower that cost the Redbacks two overs.
Head scored on the court, but was particularly interested in anything short, hitting six on square leg and period.
He received great support from Jake Weatherald, who scored 97 on his 244 run score. Weatherald lost his century when he was caught by a leading edge in the middle of Gurinder Sandhu’s bowling alley. The right-hander won 4 of 73 in his Queensland debut, having previously played for New South Wales and Tasmania.
Queensland got off to a great start in the chase. At 2-for-132 on 17 thanks to Heazlett’s electrifying tackles but unlike Head. He was unable to continue and ran frantically down the road towards Pope only to be duped. Leaving him a mile lost.
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