Weatherald rapid-fire ton as Strikers win Big Bash final

Adelaide Strikers beat Melbourne Renegades in thriller to reach BBL 2017-18 final

Adelaide Strikers beat Melbourne Renegades in thriller to reach BBL 2017-18 final

The stylish left-handed batsman played his first game in the Hurricanes' loss against the Strikers and in his only dig against Melbourne Stars, he was one of Hobart's better performers with 32 runs off 22 balls.

The competition was so hard between Renegades and Strikers and it was luck that Strikers laughed finally.

They went back on that when they released Head for Friday night's semi-final after he was told he wouldn't play in Saturday's tri-series opener against New Zealand. Because in the first semi final, the most unsafe team Perth Scorchers was defeated against Hurricanes. On the other hand, Renegades also played semi final once.

With the Strikers cruising towards a massive total, the Hurricanes tried to do everything in their power to get a breakthrough.

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However, the 2nd semi final between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades was hosted at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide in 2nd February, 2018. Adelaide STrikers won the toss and changed the usual decision and elected to bat first.

Veteran paceman Peter Siddle's three wickets and a containing performance from spinner Liam O'Connor (0-27 off four overs) tightened the screws on the power-hitting Hurricanes lineup to secure victory.

Marcus Harris top scored with 45 for the Strikers but was dismissed by Head, while spin sensation Rashid Khan took 1-28 in his final match of the tournament before jetting off for Afghanistan duty.

Chasing 203 to win, the Hurricanes came up 25 runs short, with Weatherald named man of the match for his sensational knock.

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And the classy left-hander proved the difference, smacking an unbeaten 85 from 57 balls in Adelaide's 5-178.

With Travis Head, one more player of Adelaide Strikers played well and seen a half century who was Weatherald.

Bravo's fellow West Indian Kieron Pollard was afforded a chance in the 17th over when he skied a high ball to Jake Lehmann at deep mid-on, but the Striker horribly misjudged and the ball landed metres behind him.

The duo combined for a 104-run second-wicket partnership from only 76 balls.

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