Napier sets new Twenty20 six mark

Updated: 28 June 2008 09:47 IST

Graham Napier struck a new Twenty20 world record 16 sixes in an innings on his way to 152 not out as Sussex were thrashed by 128 runs at Chelmsford.

Lodon:

Essex all-rounder Graham Napier struck a new Twenty20 world record 16 sixes in an innings on his way to 152 not out as Sussex were thrashed by 128 runs at Chelmsford on Wednesday.

Napier's 58-ball knock, which also featured 10 fours, was a record score for England's domestic Twenty20 Cup.

It was second only to New Zealander Brendon McCullum's unbeaten 158 in all Twenty20 cricket.

The 28-year-old Essex-born Napier's innings helped his side to 242 for three, a target which proved beyond Sussex who were bowled out for 114.

"It was awesome, fantastic," Napier told Sky Sports. "I just started to see the ball better, middled one or two and then got into a rhythm."

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
Related Articles
Blind Cricket World Cup: Sachin Tendulkar Salutes Team India For Winning Title
Blind Cricket World Cup: Sachin Tendulkar Salutes Team India For Winning Title
PM Modi Leads Congratulatory Messages For The Victorious Blind India Cricket Team
PM Modi Leads Congratulatory Messages For The Victorious Blind India Cricket Team
IPL Auction 2018: R Ashwin, Yuvraj Singh Headline Marquee Players As BCCI Releases List
IPL Auction 2018: R Ashwin, Yuvraj Singh Headline Marquee Players As BCCI Releases List
Show Comments
Advertisement