Seattle Orcas beat Super Kings by 8 wickets, Wayne Parnell was amazing on the ball

In the first season of Major League Cricket (MLC), under the captaincy of Wayne Parnell, the Seattle Orcas continue to perform brilliantly on the field. The team won their third league match against Texas Super Kings by 8 one-sided wickets. The Seattle team eliminated the Super Kings by 127 while pitching first in the game. Following this, he achieved this goal in 16 overs. Captain Wayne Parnell played a huge role in Seattle’s victory.

Seattle Orcas decided to pitch first after winning the toss in the match. After this the Texas Super Kings start was very bad and they lost their first wicket as Conway with a score of nil. With a score of 48, 6 Super Kings players had returned to the pavilion.

The couple of Dwayne Bravo and Daniel Sams tried to get the Super Kings team out of this critical situation. There was a 56-run partnership between the two for the seventh wicket. The Super Kings innings were reduced to 127 runs from 20 overs with Bravo returning to the pavilion after scoring 39 and Sams 26 runs. For Seattle, Wayne Parnell took 5 while Andrew Tye took 2, while Gannon and Imad Wasim took 1-1 wickets.

Chasing a target of 128 runs, the pairing of Quinton de Kock and Nouman Anwar shared a 67-run partnership for the first wicket, getting the Seattle Orcas side off to a great start. Anwar returned to the pavilion after scoring 19 runs. At the same time, after completing his half-century, de Kock became the victim of Mohammad Mohsin’s score of 53. From here, Heinrich Klaasen together with Dasun Shanaka did not let the team suffer any more setbacks. Klaasen played an unbeaten innings of 42 runs off 21 balls and returned after winning the team by 8 wickets. The Orcas team remains in the first position of the points table with 3 victories in 3 games.

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