Australian batsman Hilton Cartwright, playing from the Oval Invincible in The Hundred League, created a sensation. This batsman sent the ball across the stadium itself.
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Cricket Often you get to see the fast batting on the field. Many players hit long sixes, which people are often stunned to see. Something similar happened in The Hundred League being played in England. The Hundred League Hilton Cartwright, playing for the Oval Invincible, hit such a long six that everyone was stunned. Cartwright hit a six in a pull shot and the big thing is that the ball went outside the stadium itself. While hitting the ball with the bat itself, it appeared as if it was a bird. Its height and length crossed the boundary of the stadium itself.
Cartwright’s giant six
The Oval Invincible batsman came to the crease at a difficult time. The team had lost 4 wickets for just 12 runs. Then Cartwright came and took over. Cartwright hit a long six off the short ball of left-arm fast bowler Chris Wood. This six went in the square leg direction and the ball connected so well on the bat that it went outside the stadium. Cartwright’s six was 103 meters. The long boundary of the historic ground of the Oval could not stop Cartwright’s six.
Cartwright out, team lost
Hilton Cartwright scored 42 runs in just 23 balls. His bat hit 3 fours and 2 sixes. Cartwright’s strike rate was over 180. Let us tell you that Cartwright was dismissed by Mason Crane and after his dismissal, the Oval team lost the match itself. The Oval had got a target of 172 in 100 balls but the team could score only 168 runs. As a result, he had to face defeat by three runs.
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