Big Bash boundary catch causes cricket law confusion
Sydney, January 10: A two-man catch to dismiss Hobart skipper Matthew Wade in a T20 Big Bash match in Brisbane has led to confusion over the laws with even Lord’s weighing in. Hobart batted first and had limped to 98 for five off 14.4 overs largely thanks to a captain’s knock by Wade. On 61, he launched the ball high to the long-on boundary.
Brisbane’s Matt Renshaw, fielding just inside the ropes, leapt and parried the ball into the air as he fell backwards. He landed off the field and then jumped to slap the falling ball back over the ropes to Tom Banton, running round from deep mid-wicket,