Blind batsman hits T20 double hundred

South Africa have their first T20 double centurion and ironically he is a blind cricketer.

Blind batsman hit T20 double hundred

Frederik Boer hammered 205 for Boland in their last round-robin game‚ against Free State‚ of the Blind Cricket South Africa national tournament in Pretoria on Tuesday.

Boer scored more than 87% of his runs in boundaries that he hit 39 fours and four sixes facing only 78 balls with a stupendous strike rate of 263.

Boland scored 319 for the loss of 1 wicket that of Boer who lost his wicket in the last ball of the innings.

Sheperd Mangxaba opened the innings with Boer and lashed an undefeated 97 off 53 deliveries.

The opposition team Free Staters replied with 155 for 6, submerged into a defeat of 164 runs.


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