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Kiwi pair sets new world record hitting 43 runs in one over


Two New Zealand batsmen have paired to set a world record by hitting 43 runs in one over in a domestic one day cricket match.

Kiwi pair sets new world record hitting 43 runs in one over

On Wednesday, in the match of Northern Districts versus Central Districts in Ford Trophy, Joe Carter and Brett Hampton formed the new world of striking most number of runs in a single over.

The over delivered by medium fast bowler Willem Ludick included six sixes, a single four along with a single and aided by two no-balls.

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The previous record for a List A one-day match was 39 runs from an over, set by Zimbabwe’s Elton Chigumbura while batting for Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi against Abahani Ltd in the Dhaka Premier League.

The scoring went: 4, 6 (+1 for no ball), 6 (+1 for no ball), 6, 1, 6, 6, 6.

The bowler, who went into his 10th over with figures of 1-42, returned 1-85. The duo put on 178 for the sixth wicket in 21 overs.

Most runs off one over in List A one-day matches

43 (4nb 6nb 6 6 1 6 6 6): Brett Hampton and and Joe Carter (43) off Willem Ludick, Northern Districts v Central Stags, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2018

39 (nb 5w 1 6 4 6 4 6 w 1 6): Elton Chigumbura (39) off Alauddin Babu, Sheikh Jamal v Abahani Ltd, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2013

37 (6 6 6 6 2 5 nb 6): JP Duminy (37) off Eddie Leie, Cape Cobras v Knights, Cape Town, South Africa, 2018

36 (x6): Herschelle Gibbs (36) off Daan van Bunge, South Africa v Netherlands, St. Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis, 2007

35 (6 4 wd 6 6 6 6): Raiphi Gomez (35) off Dwaraka Ravi Teja, Hyderabad (India) v Kerala, Chennai, India, 2009/10

34 (5×6, 1×4): Viv Richards (34) off David Graveney, Somerset v Gloucestershire, Taunton, England, 1977

34 (4×6, 2×4): Sourav Ganguly (32) (nb 2) off Sukhvinder Singh, India v India B, Chennai, India, 2001

33 (6 4 4 w 1 6 6 6): Tamim Iqbal (33) off Sikandar Raza, Brothers Union v Kalabagan CA, Fatullah, Bangladesh, 2013

32 (4×6, 2×4): Padmaja Manikantan (32) off Satyakumar Verma, Kerala v Andhra, Chennai, India, 2007/08

32 (4 6 6 4 6 6): Alex Ross (32) off Nathan Lyon, South Australia v New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2017

Watch the video of record breaking over here-

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