Will Jacks smashed a 25 ball hundred with six sixes in an over
Former England U-19 batsman Will Jacks was in damaging touch for his club Surrey against Lancashire in a T10 match in Dubai as he hammered a bursting hundred off only 25 balls. The pre-season T10 game wound up turning into an essential issue for the right-hander, who toyed around Lancashire bowling assault smacking boundaries all around the ground center in a sparkling presentation of intensity hitting.
Jacks opened the batting for Surrey and pursued the Lancashire bowlers directly from the first ball he confronted. He tonked gigantic sixes on the way to his thrilling thump incorporating six sixes in Stephen Parry’s finished. It was the fifth over of the Surrey innings when Jacks began the ambush on Parry and hammered six straight sixes in the over to reach 98 from 62 in only six balls.
He was on 98 when he endure a nearby LBW bring in the 6th over of the match before finishing his century off the following ball with another boundary. “I didn’t think about the hundred until I was on 98 – it all happened quite quickly,” Jacks said. “Once I got to 98 I thought, ”I’ll just knock it around for these last two and start again.'”
He wound up scoring a quickfire 105 off 30 balls before getting out in the ninth over of the match. His brave thump fueled Surrey to a robust aggregate of 176/3 out of ten overs.
It was continually going to be a huge task for Lancashire batsmen to pursue down the colossal target and Surrey bowlers completed a gigantic activity to limit the resistance group on only 81 runs in 9.3 overs. Lancashire got off to a solid begin with 16 runs off the first over before including another 18 runs in the second over of the match.
Be that as it may, wickets continued tumbling at ordinary interims for Lancashire as they in the end capitulated under strain neglecting to coordinate the required run-rate. Lancashire lost six wickets inside initial 5 overs with 64 runs on the load up abandoning them with a strong undertaking at hands.
Not surprisingly, Will Jacks was named man of the match for the match. However, his hundred is thought to be the fastest hundred in a match with two professional sides, but will not be officially recorded.
Watch and enjoy the video of his record making century here-
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) March 21, 2019