Side win by seven wickets in one-sided league fixture
Melbourne Renegades clinched a seven-wicket victory in their Big Bash League 2019 fixture against Sydney Sixers.
Sixers never really got going with the bat, slumping to 64-6 at one point. However, a late 30-ball 44 by all-rounder Tom Curran helped the side reach 115-9 in their allotted 20 overs.
Afghanistan spinner Mohammad Nabi was the star performer with his figures of 4-25 in four overs. Australian pacer Kane Richardson also bagged three wickets in the game.
The Renegades middle-order made light work of the 116-run target as skipper Tom Cooper played a quick knock of 49 off 33 with the help of eight boundaries and a six.
Sam Harper supported the Renegades captain with his 31-run knock.
Cooper and Harper put on 54 for the second wicket to ensure there were to be no scares.