|Sinhalese||101||5||2||lost||v Ragama||Colombo (CCC)||1 Mar 2007||scorecard|
|Mum Indians||188||5||2||lost||v Kings XI||Mumbai||21 May 2008||scorecard|
|Victoria||126/9||5||2||lost||v NSW||Sydney||17 Jan 2009||scorecard|
|Essex||148||5||1||won||v Sussex||Hove||28 May 2009||scorecard|
|Ruhuna||138||5||1||lost||v Trinidad & T||Hyderabad (Deccan)||19 Sep 2011||scorecard|
|Assam||152||5||1||won||v Tripura||Kolkata||3 Apr 2014||scorecard|
Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v Sri Lanka at Geelong, 2nd T20I, Feb 19, 2017 [T20I # 597]
Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi at Sharjah, Pakistan Super League 12th match, Feb 18, 2017 [Twenty20]
Lahore Qalandars v Quetta Gladiators at Sharjah, Pakistan Super League 11th match, Feb 18, 2017 [Twenty20]
Central Zone v South Zone at Mumbai, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Inter Zonal, Feb 18, 2017 [Twenty20]
East Zone v West Zone at Mumbai, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Inter Zonal, Feb 18, 2017 [Twenty20]
Did you know?
Number of single-digit scores by the Australia batsmen against South Africa in Hobart was 16 - their joint-most in any Test. The last time before this they had 16 such scores in a Test was in 1912 at the Oval.
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