[WATCH] Andre Russell smashes six sixes in a row for Trinbago Knight Riders in The 6IXTY

Andre Russell, 6IXTY
West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell. Pic: Twitter

West Indian power-hitter Andre Russell gave yet another demonstration of his batting skills, clobbering six sixes in a row in a game in The 6IXTY. Representing the Trinbago Knight Riders against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, the dashing batter clobbered 72 runs off 24 balls in Basseterre on Saturday (August 27).

The 34-year-old struck eight sixes in his innings, apart from five fours. Six of his maximums came off consecutive deliveries. In the seventh over of the innings, Russell hammered the last four balls from Dominic Drakes for sixes.

He clubbed two more sixes off the first two deliveries in the next over bowled by Jon-Russ Jaggesar. There is no switching of ends after each over as per the rules of The 6IXTY.

The West Indian all-rounder hit another four before being dismissed in the same over. The right-handed batter ended his innings with a strike rate of exactly 300. Watch the video of Russell’s blitz below:

Russell’s brilliance lifted the Trinbago Knight Riders to 155 for five in their 10 overs. Tim Seifert contributed 22 off 13 and Tion Webster 22 off 10. Seekkuge Prasanna also chipped in with 19 off five.

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots fall short despite Sherfane Rutherford’s brilliance

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots went hard in the chase, but fell short of the target by three runs. Andre Fletcher (33 off 15) got the chasing side off to a confident start. Sherfane Rutherford slammed 50 in only 15 deliveries, clobbering seven sixes. Drakes also impressed, scoring an unbeaten 33 in only 10 balls. However, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots ended up on 152 for four.

It was Russell who ended Rutherford’s blazing knock in the eighth over. He ended up with figures of one for 41 from two overs, while Anderson Phillip stood out with 3-17.

As the name suggests, in The 6IXTY, the batting side has six wickets instead of 10. Also, 60 deliveries (10 overs) will be bowled in an innings. The first five overs of each innings will be bowled from one end, with the five remaining from the other.

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