John Glass, who had to score 35 in the last over to win the title, hit six sixes in his six overs to give the team a memorable win.

Often, if the team needs 35 runs to win the tournament, we all hope the bowling team’s victory is guaranteed. However, cricket is not called a game of uncertainty, it is very difficult to predict when and how a game will turn out. One such fixture can be seen in the final of the Steels T20 Tournament, where Northern Irish batsman John Glass gave his team a memorable victory by scoring six sixes in the final over of the final.

In the final of the Steelers T20 tournament against Craigago, Ballymena had to score 35 runs in the last over to win the club. Captain John Glass was at the crease after scoring 51, but the team now needed a miracle to win the match. Those brilliant innings came off the hero’s bat. He hit a six in every delivery of the last over of the glass innings and did what happened in cricket history quite a few times. The Glass team won the title after scoring 36 from the over and they returned to the pavilion unbeaten on 87.

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Batting before, Craigogo scored 147 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. John Glass’s older brother, Sam Glass, who gave Ballymena a historic victory, got a hat-trick in the match while bowling. He took the batsman Murray, Hunter and captain Aaron Johnstone of Craigow for three consecutive deliveries. Chasing a target, Ballymena also had a poor start and by the time they reached the 19th over the team had lost 7 wickets for 113 runs. However, the captain’s six sixes in the last over gave the team a win.

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