The Men’s Hundred : Jason Roy headlines Invincibles’ hard-fought win

The Men's Hundred : Jason Roy headlines Invincibles' hard-fought win

The Men's Hundred : Jason Roy headlines Invincibles' hard-fought win

Jason Roy’s stroke-filled 56* off 29 balls helped the Oval Invincibles beat Trent Rockets by nine runs in a downpour damaged 65 balls-per-side match and record their third success this season. Presently just a point unfastened of table-clincher Trent Rockets, Invincibles sit at the subsequent place and appear to top at the ideal opportunity.

Sent in to bat, openers Roy and Will Jacks added a quickfire 39 off just 17 balls for the primary wicket before the last was excused by Timm van der Gugten. Roy remained on until the end, hitting 4 fours and 4 sixes yet discovered little help from the opposite end as Samit Patel made life troublesome with his bowling figures of 2-21. Rashid Khan demonstrated costly (1-28) yet at the same time had the chance to bowl his full amount of 15 balls over Samuel Cook (1-10).

Invincibles got done with 125/6 from their 65 balls – an enormous absolute that demonstrated past the Trent Rockets notwithstanding their batting capability. Urgent to that was Sunil Narine’s bowling right off the bat; the West Indian spinner disposed of the resistance’s main three in D’Arcy Short, Dawid Malan and Alex Hales, along these lines scratching the pursuit and Rockets would never recuperate from that.

Chief Lewis Gregory’s 28* off 12 balls took the Rockets close yet that was about it as Narine (3-11), Tom Curran (2-21) and Tabraiz Shamsi (2-23) bowled the Invincibles home easily.

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