Statistical highlights: Trinidad vs New South Wales

Updated: 29 September 2011 12:04 IST

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 clash between New South Wales and Trinidad & Tobago.

Statistical highlights: Trinidad vs New South Wales
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New Delhi:

Statistical highlights of the Champions League T20 clash between New South Wales and Trinidad & Tobago.

# Trinidad and New South Wales have recorded the third tied game in the history of the Champions League Twenty20 - the first two being Eagles vs. Sussex at Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi on October 13,2009 (Eagles won the one-over eliminator) and Chennai vs. Victoria at St.George's Park, Port Elizabeth on September 18, 2010 (Victoria won the one-over eliminator).

# Trinidad & Tobago's 139 for six is their lowest total when they batted for twenty overs in the Champions League Twenty20.

# Sherwin Ganga (3/26) has produced his best bowling performance in the Champions League Twenty20.

# Ganga's figures are the second best by a Trinidadian bowler against New South Wales in the CL T20 - the best being 3 for 20 by Ravi Rampaul at Hyderabad on October 23, 2009.

# Ganga's bowling record in Twenty20 is excellent - 40 at an average of 15.30 in 30 matches.

# Lendl Simmons (41 off 39 balls) has top-scored in the match.

# Simmons has become the top run-scorer in the present edition of the Champions League - 132 at an average of 33.00 in four matches, bettering Roelof van der Merwe's tally of 131 at an average of 43.66 in three matches.

# Moises Henriques has bagged 13 wickets at an average of 12.53 in eight matches - the most for New South Wales in the Champions League Twenty20.

# David Warner's aggregate of 265 (ave.33.12) in eight matches is a New South Wales record in the Champions League Twenty20.

Topics : Cricket Champions League Twenty20, 2011 Michael Clarke Shane Watson David Warner Trinidad and Tobago New South Wales MS Dhoni Suresh Raina Davy Jacobs
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