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Central Districts median pacer Willem Ludick won an unwanted seat in the record books on Wednesday when the Northern districts took 43 rounds of one of his overs in a domestic day cricket home in New Zealand.

Northern districts, Joe Carter and Brett Hampton, defeated six six – two of which were not hit by balls – four and one during the first-class match at Hamdton's Seddon Park.

Carter finished on 102 not, while Hampton was fired for 95 North Districts scored 313 for seven in their 50 overs in the game which he eventually won with 25 rounds.

Ludick, who gave up more than half of his rounds during the match, finished with 85 for a single firing.

"He was right at the end and I guess it was a scenario to" see the ball, hit the ball, "Hampton said.

"We have some free balls that have helped us go.

"We met (at the end of the year over) and said," How much did we succeed? "I think I said it was 39. I missed a number of four.

Although Ravi Shastri and Garry Sobers offered Tilak Raj and Malcolm Nash in the Cricket War Room, destroying six six players in their rankings, the world ranking is not clear at all.

Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa also hit six six for a 36-foot leg linked to the Netherlands, Daan van Bunge, during a 2007 World Cup match in St. Louis. Kitts, the most in a one-day international tournament.

The Cricinfo site, as far as it allows, is a potentially incomplete list, awards Zimbabwe's first record one day, Elton Chigumbura, which has fallen 39 years since Alauddin Babu during a tour in Bangladesh in 2013.

The 77 rounds that the former New Zealand batsman Robert Vance awarded gave during a first-class match against Canterbury in 1990.

Vance deliberately threw 17 balls into his head in an effort to attract Canterbury tickets to pursue a victory in their match with Wellington's batsman opening bump.

Date Posted: November 07, 2018 13:20 IST

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