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18th Match, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
SIX won by 34 runs.
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Ben Dwarshuis, Player of the Match: Not really. I was just going back to the basics. I was a bit short on the last day. Was working in the nest to bowl fuller. I was also working with the yorkers, I don't even know it's my 100th game. You still have to have the belief to get the job done. We had a tough start but we always love playing the SCG. We should now get some momentum in the next two away games. Nice to get a win under our belt. 
Easy win for the Sixers as the Renegades were never in the chase. They were set back by Jackson Bird and Ben Dwarshius' opening spell. An early wicket came and then Finch who came struggled for timing.

Sean Abbott came on and tightened things even further and as a result the asking rate just shot up. With the rate going up, the batters had to go for it and gave away their wickets.

At no stage did the Sixers let loose their grip on the game and Dwarshius was outstanding with a four-fer. Renegades needed one set batter to bat right through but they failed to do so in a very chaseable target.

Third win in a row for the Sixers while it's a second loss in a row for the Renegades. Stick around to hear what the Player of the Match has to say.
Sydney Sixers win by 34 runs 

Sydney Sixers 149/8 in 20 overs 
Josh Philippe 55(40) | Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3/29

Melbourne Renegades 115 all-out in 19 overs
Aaron Finch 36(35) | Ben Dwarshuis 4/17
19
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115 /11 score
0
2
1
0
1w
0
W
runs
cricket bat icon Thomas Stewart Rogers
14 (8)
cricket bat icon Mujeeb Ur Rahman *
0 (4)
cricket ball icon Sean Abbott
2 /17
18.6 Sean Abbott to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, WICKET! That's the end of the match as Mujeeb holds out at the point region. A fuller-length delivery on the middle-stump, Mujeeeb males some room and tries to carve it away over Dan Christian at backward point. He has got a good pair of hands and holds onto it. A thoroughly comprehensive victory for the Sydney Sixers. 
18.5 Sean Abbott to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, hard-length delivery a tad outside off. Mujeeb makes some room and tries to carve that away and is beaten. 
18.5 Sean Abbott to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a slower back of a length delivery outside off. Mujeeb makes some room and tries to slice that away towards the off side. Doesn't make contact and it has been called a wide. 
18.4 Sean Abbott to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Abbott nails the yorker. Mujeeeb makes some room and only jams that back to the bowler. 
18.3 Sean Abbott to Tom Rogers, worked away towards backward square leg for a single to a fuller-length delivery on middle. 
18.2 Sean Abbott to Tom Rogers, a slog across the line to a length delivery to the wide of the midwicket fielder and a couple of runs taken. 
18.1 Sean Abbott to Tom Rogers, a slower delivery on a length around middle. Rogers shuffles way too much and goes for the ramp only to get beaten. 
18
overs
111 /10 score
6
4
0
1
W
1w
0
runs
cricket bat icon Thomas Stewart Rogers
11 (5)
cricket bat icon Mujeeb Ur Rahman *
0 (1)
cricket ball icon Hayden Kerr
2 /30
17.6 Hayden Kerr to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, on a fuller-length around middle. Mujeeb swings across the line only to get an inside edge onto his pads. 
17.6 Hayden Kerr to Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a slower short of a length delivery a tad outside off and Mujeeb lets that go through to the keeper. Over his head and wide called. 
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, right handed bat, comes to the crease
17.5 Hayden Kerr to Kane Richardson, WICKET! A little unfortunate for Richardson as the 9th wicket falls. Richardson gives himself plenty of room, Kerr with a slower ball following him. Richardson with a lazy swing across the line and ends up getting an insidge edge straight onto his stumps. Lost his shape totally there.

K Richardson b Hayden Kerr 8(3) [4s-2]
17.4 Hayden Kerr to Tom Rogers, slices this fuller-length delivery a tad outside off down towards deep point for a single. 
17.3 Hayden Kerr to Tom Rogers, yorker a tad outside off. It goes under the bat of Rogers beating him all ends up. 
17.2 Hayden Kerr to Tom Rogers, FOUR! Rogers has come out with brilliant intent here. A slower length delivery a tad outside off, Rogers with a strong base slices that away down towards the vacant deep cover region.