Warner thrashes Tigers attackNov 29th, 2008 | By Donny | Category: Domestic cricket, Ryobi One-Day Cup
Tasmania spluttered to 246 in 43 overs in today’s Ranger Cup match at Hurstville. Michael Dighton scored 69. Aaron Bird took 4/62.
Then, 22 y.o. Blue, David Warner, played an astonishing innings.
He was 165 n.o. from 112 balls with 19 fours and NINE sixes when NSW won by 9 wickets and with a bonus point.
It was the highest innings in one day cricket for NSW, beating Rick McCosker’s 164, set in the ‘81/82 season.
He and Phil Hughes slammed 152 in 21.3 overs before Hughes fell for 55 (57 balls). Ed Cowan (28*) simply kept putting Warner on strike.