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CLT20 2nd Semi-final: South Australia vs Warriors – Statistical Highlights

- Warriors won this game by 30 runs providing the 24th occasion of a team winning a game by runs margin in the tournament.

 

- Warriors posted 175 for 6 in 20.0 overs providing the 12th occasion of a team posting a total of 175 plus runs in the tournament. It also represents the highest total posted by Warriors.

 

- AG Prince scored zero in this game providing the 59th occasion of a batsman scoring a duck in the tournament. He is the 54th batsman to suffer such an ignominy. His duck in this game provides the first occasion of a Warrior batsman scoring a duck in the tournament.

 

- DJ Jacobs of Warriors and CJ Ferguson of South Australia scored 61 and 71 respectively in this game to provide the 54th and 55th occasion of a batsman scoring fifties in the tournament.

 

- DJ Jacobs's 61 provides the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number one and 33rd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a fifty in the tournament.

 

- DJ Jacobs became the second batsman in the tournament to score three fifties in the tournament after M Klinger of South Australia. These two batsmen have earned the distinction of scoring three fifties as captains, opening batsmen and captain-opening batsmen as well.

 

- CJ Ferguson with his 71 in this game became the eleventh batsman in the tournament to score two fifties. His other fifty was against Guyana at Jo'burg on 21.09.10 when he scored 55.

 

CJ Ferguson 71 in this game gave his team South Australia the seventh fifty and with it the record of most fifties by a team in the tournament. CSK {06}, RCB {06}, Lions {05} and NSW {05} are the teams with five or more fifties.

 

CJ Ferguson 71 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 19th occasion of a batsman's fifty going in vain in the tournament.

 

DJ Jacob's 61 in this game provides the 16th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the tournament.

 

DJ Jacobs and CA Ingram added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a three-figure partnership in the tournament. The other seven occasions are – 121 runs for the first wicket between PJ Hughes and DA Warner of NSW vs Tri & Tob at Hyd-RGS on 16.10.09, 112 runs for the first wicket between M Klinger and DJ Harris of South Aus vs Mumbai at Durban on 14.09.10, 137 for the third wicket between M Vijay and SK Raina of CSK vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15.09.10, 124 runs for the first wicket between DJ Harris and M Klinger of South Aus vs RCB at Durban on 17.09.10, 100* runs for the fourth wicket between JM How and K Noema-Barnett of Cent Dists vs Warriors at Port Elizabeth on 18.09.10, 147 runs for the first wicket between DJ Jacobs and AG Prince of Warriors vs Cent Dists at Port Elizabeth on 18.09.10 and 133* runs for the second wicket between AN Petersen and R Cameron of Lions vs Guyana at Jo'burg on 19.09.10.

 

Warriors became the second team in the tournament to post three figure partnerships on two occasions after South Australia.

 

Warriors -  147 runs for the first wicket between DJ Jacobs and AG Prince  vs Cent Dists at Port Elizabeth on 18.09.10 and 104 runs for the second wicket between DJ Harris and CA Ingram vs South Aus at Centuion on 25.09.10.

 

South Aus - 112 runs for the first wicket between M Klinger and DJ Harris  vs Mumbai at Durban on 14.09.10 and 124 runs for the first wicket between DJ Harris and M Klinger  vs RCB at Durban on 17.09.10.

 

DJ Jacobs and CA Ingram added 104 runs for the second wicket for Warriors and CJ Ferguson and DT Christian added 74 runs for the fifth wicket for South Aus in this game providing the 66th and 67th occasion of batsmen posting 50 plus runs in the tournament.

 

DJ Jacobs and CA Ingram added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game represents the eleventh occasion of a 50 plus runs partnership for the second wicket. This stand provides the second occasion of a three figure partnership for the second wicket, the first being the 137 runs stand between M Vijay and SK Raina of CSK vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15.09.10.

 

74 runs partnership between CJ Ferguson and DT Christian in this game provide the seventh occasion of a 50 plus runs partnership for the seventh wicket and is a record stand for the seventh wicket. The previous best was the 66 runs partnership between JM How and BJ Diamanti of Cent Dists vs Victoria at Centurion on 15.09.10.

 

DJ Jacobs and CA Ingram added 104 runs for the second wicket in this game represents the fifth occasion of a 50 plus runs partnership by Warriors batsmen in the tournament.

 

DJ Harris captured 3 for 18 in this game providing the 45th occasion of a bowler capturing three or more wickets in the tournament. His 3 for 18 in this game provides the second occasion of his capturing three wickets in the tournament, the first occasion being  - 3 for 33 vs Guyana at Jo'burg on 21.09.10.

 

DJ Harris became the ninth bowler to capture three plus wickets on two or more occasions. Others are – DJ Bravo {03}, SR Clark {03}, DP Nannes {02}, MC Henriques {02}, JH Kallis {02}, J Theron {02} and R Ashwin {02}.

 

DT Christian returned with figures of none for 45 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of a bowler conceding 45 plus runs in the tournament. His none for 45 also provides the tenth occasion of a bowler conceding 45 runs without capturing a wicket in the tournament.

 

CJ Ferguson and DT Christian added 74 runs for the fifth wicket for South Aus in this game provides the fifth occasion of South Australian batsmen posting 50 plus runs in the tournament.

 

TLW Cooper was run out for 7 in this game providing the 57th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in the tournament, His run out in this game provides the seventh occasion of a batsman batting at number seven dismissed run out in the tournament.

 

TLW Cooper's run out in this game provides the second occasion of his dismissed run out in the tournament. The other occasion was against Lions at Centurion on 12.09.10. He became the eighth batsman to be dismissed run out on two occasions in the tournament. Others are – D Ganga of Tri & Tob, DA Warner of NSW, HMRKB Herath of Wayamba, KD Karthik of Delhi, NT Broom of Otago, DJ Bravo {for Tri & Tob and for Mumbai} and ND McKenzie of Lions.

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