4,6,6,6,1,6,6,6: New Zealand Duo Smash World Record 43 Runs In An Over

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Central Districts bowler Willem Ludick conceded 43 runs in an over to Joe Carter and Brett Hampton of Northern Districts in a List A game in Hamilton ...

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Central Districts bowler Willem Ludick conceded 43 runs in an over to Joe Carter and Brett Hampton of Northern Districts in a List A game in Hamilton – a new record.

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In recorded List A cricket history, the 39 runs given away by Abahani Limited medium pacer Alauddin Babu to former Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura, playing for Sheikh Jamal Club in a game in Dhaka in the 2013-14 season, was the earlier record for most expensive over.

 Carter and Hampton combined to push that record down by four runs against Ludick, the Pretoria-born 21-year-old playing just his fourth List A fixture.
The Central Districts bowling card – Lubick’s figures went from 9-0-42-1 to 10-0-85-1

The sequence for the over – the 46th of the Northern Districts innings – went: 4, 6 (+1 nb), 6 (+1nb), 6, 1, 6, 6, 6. The two no-balls were both for high full-tosses. The two batsmen hit three sixes each.

Most runs in an over in List A cricket

Runs Bowler Batsman/batsmen Match details
43 Willem Ludick Joe Carter & Brett Hampton Northern Districts v Central Districts, 2018-19
39 Alauddin Babu Elton Chigumbura Sheikh Jamal Club v Abahani Limited, 2013-14
37 Eddie Leie JP Duminy Cape Cobras v Knights, 2017-18
36 Daan van Bunge Herschelle Gibbs South Africa v the Netherlands, 2006-07
35 Dwarka Ravi Teja Raiphi Gomez Kerala v Hyderabad, 2009-10

The unfortunate Ludick ended with figures of 10-0-85-1, having given away a respectable 42 runs in his other nine overs.

Carter scored 102* in 77 balls from No.6 and Hampton hit 95 in 66 as Northern Districts put up 313/7 in their 50 overs. Central Districts chased well but went down by 25 runs.

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