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Watch video : A smashing century opening partnership in English club cricket with no runs coming from one opener

In a club cricket match played in England, the two openers  did such a feat which is difficult to believe.  This club cricket match was played between Horsham and Horley Surrey.  In this match, Horsham’s opener batsman Joe Willis played such an innings, which everyone was stunned to see.  Joe Willis made 103 runs in just 44 balls.  During this he hit 11 fours and 9 sixes.

 At the same time, Alfred Haines, who came out to open with Willis, could not even open his account at the other end and his fellow batsman scored a century.  Alfred Haines just kept watching Willis bat at the other end.  He could not score a single run till Willis scored a century.

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 During this game , there was a 110-run partnership between the two, in which 103 runs came only from Willis’  bat.  Alfred Haines was dismissed after scoring 9 runs in the match.  During this innings  he faced 24 balls in which only one four was involved.

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 In the match, Horley Surrey team won the toss and elected to bat first.  During this, the entire team was all out after scoring 157 runs in 36 overs.  On the other hand, Horsham’s team got a target of 158 runs to win the match.  Going to open from Horsham’s side, Willis broke down on the Surrey bowlers as soon as he landed on the crease.  During his batting, his strike rate of Willis was 234.

 During this innings , Willis completed his century by hitting a six.  The team won the match by 7 wickets on the basis of Willis’s innings.  Willis has been in excellent form throughout this tournament.  He has scored 689 runs in his 10 matches played so far at an average of 68.  During this event , his name also includes two centuries and 5 half-centuries.

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