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BBL LIVE – Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades | All the action from Blundstone Arena

MACQUARIE’S SUMMER OF CRICKET LINE-UP TONIGHT: Tony Leonard and Dean Jones

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RENEGADES WIN

Melbourne Renegades have beaten Hobart Hurricanes by seven wickets at Blundstone Arena tonight.

In front of over 11,000 people, Cameron White finished 79 not out in a polished display for the team in red.

On a night where little went right for the home team, West Indian Jofra Archer showed immense promise on the way to taking 2-17 on his Hurricanes debut.

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Cricket Australia fined 44 BBL players today.

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INNINGS BREAK

The Hurricanes have finished up at 8/164.

Hobart started well but the introduction of Dwayne Bravo into the attack stifled the Hurricanes momentum. The West Indian medium pacer took five wickets for the Renegades and was pivotal in restricting the score of the home side.

D’Arcy Short (34) and Ben McDermott (34) top scored.

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Mohammad Nabi’s making his debut tonight and Dean Jones gave us a snapshot of what to expect.

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The XI’s have been confirmed and there’s a debut for a pair of  internationals.

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BBL|07 arrives in the Apple Isle for the first time this season as Hobart Hurricanes open their campaign against Melbourne Renegades at Blundstone Arena in Hobart.

West Indian allrounder Jofra Archer comes into the  Hurricanes squad, replacing English bowler Tom Curran – who originally signed for the Hobart-based side before being called into England’s Ashes squad.

The Renegades arguably boast the most talented squad in BBL|07, headlined once again by power hitter Aaron Finch and West Indian bowler Dwayne Bravo.

Fellow West Indian Sunil Narine won’t be returning for the Renegades this season for personal reasons, with Afghan Mohammad Nabi coming in the side for the first half of BBL|07.

Both the Hurricanes and Renegades will be looking for the perfect start as the BBL season rolls on.

Join us from 7:30pm AEDT on NTS Digital around the country or through the Cricket Australia website and app for all the action from Hobart.

MRN CRICKET
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