New cricket world record set by Kiwi batsmen

New cricket world record set by Kiwi batsmen

New cricket world record set by Kiwi batsmen

South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs also hit six sixes for a tally of 36 off Netherlands legspinner Daan van Bunge during a 2007 World Cup match in St. Kitts, the most in an global one-dayer.

Two New Zealand batsmen, Joe Carter and Brett Hampton combined together to set a world record by scoring 43 runs off a single over in a domestic One Day cricket match at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

The pair hit 4, 6 from a no ball, 6 from a no ball, 6, 1, 6, 6 and 6 from the bowling of Central's South Africa-born medium fast bowler Willem Ludick.

World Record Alert! Six sixes in an over are something that does not happen every day and to top that get 43 runs in an over is unheard off.

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Website Cricinfo, in what it allows is a potentially incomplete list, awards the first class one-day record to Zimbabwe worldwide Elton Chigumbura, who belted 39 off Alauddin Babu during one over in Bangladesh in 2013.

The most runs conceded in an over in worldwide cricket is 36 - a six from every ball - which has happened in both limited-overs formats, and twice in first-class cricket but never (yet) in a Test match.

The first ball went for four, thanks to Hampton, before three successive sixes, two of them off waist-high no balls.

The next went for six as Ludick was called for a no ball.

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Carter then hit the last three deliveries for sixes.

The 43 runs over, which included two sixes off two no-balls, thus ravished Ludick's figures from a decent 9-0-42-1 to the dismal 10-0-85-1.

In all, the duo added 178 runs for the sixth wicket to take their side to 313/7. The partnership between Carter and Hampton was also the record sixth-wicket partnership for Northern Districts against the Central Districts, breaking the previous record of 150 runs set by BJ Watling and Peter McGlashan in 2011.

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