6 Sixes In 6 Balls, Records Created By Australian Cricketer
On one hand, Cricket Australia's senior team is preparing to field against India. On the other hand, Sydney cricketer Ollie Davies, in a State Competition match in Australia, has hit six sixes in the same over and has created a sensation in the cricket world.
Not only this, he has also become the only batsman to have scored the first double century in under-19 cricket. In this match against the Northern Territory, the New South Wales metro batsman Ollie played an aggressive innings of 207 off 115 balls.
Ollie has also set a new record in the history of the game by hitting 14 fours and 17 sixes. Tell us that Ollie Davies completed his century in just 74 balls and he scored 100 runs in the next 39 balls.
So in the 40th over of the match, Ollie Davies hit six sixes in this over. Over 36 runs came in over and it proved to be the most expensive over of the under-19 championship. The New South Wales metro won the match with a difference of 168 runs with the help of Ollie's inning.
After the match, Ollie Davies said that after applying the first two sixes, it came to my mind that I would try and later I got the benefit. I was just trying to target between Cow Corner from Forward Square and I was bowled on the back leg before the ball and I was trying to slog sweep off the mid-wicket.