In a third grade cricket match in Australia, Dalyellup skittled out against Donnybrook for just 3 runs while pursuing 175. With one run apiece, Jonathan Flower and Michael Caddy were the only other players to score more than one run for Dalyellup.
Cricket is said to as the game of magnificent uncertainty since there are no guarantees till the very end. Many teams have emerged from seemingly hopeless circumstances to checkmate their rivals during the recent decades.
In a recent third-grade cricket tournament in Australia, a side was skittle out with just three runs to their name while pursuing 175 runs. The most notable aspect of this game has been how the entire team played for very little on the scoreboard.
DonnyBrook lost this match after being dismiss
The infamous batting collapse occurred during a Bunbury & Districts Cricket Association 3rd Grade Round 5 match between Donnybrook and Dalyellup.
DonnyBrook lost this match after being dismiss. Dion Parker became the first player to score 50 runs in a single inning of play.
Cameron Payne was the highlight of the bowlers for Dalyellup, with a six-wicket haul to end with stats of 6/36 from his nine overs. Daniel Armstrong got 2/16 from his 4.3 overs, while Mitch James and Michael Caddy each contributed a wicket each.
What should have been a modest total for Dalyellup turn out to be a complete nightmare, as none of their batsmen could even get a start. Surprisingly, only Jonathan Flower and Michael Caddy shared the lead in scoring with one run each.
The hitters put up average performances, with all of them hitting crazy shots. The Donnybrook bowlers needed only 7.4 overs to finish the opposition’s innings for three runs and record a commanding 171-run victory.
Suren Numberdar (5/1) and Dion Parker (5/2) were the only Donnybrook bowlers to register a fifer each.