Wellington won the 26th match of Super Smash 2021-22 by 8 wkts against Auckland


The new tour is going to capture mind-blowing scores from both the Auckland and Wellington teams in the upcoming match. Their players will play genuinely for their team to win the title for their team.

The past matches of both the teams are honourable for both the Auckland and Wellington teams as the Auckland team has created beautiful scores of 6 wickets to win that match just because of Craig Cachopa and Mark Chapman.
Team Wellington also entered the game and won by 22 runs against Auckland with the help of Devon Conway and Tom Blundell. Again, Wellington has a four-wicket lead when the game is in the hands of their batters, Finn Allen and Troy Johnson.

In the final match of 2021, Wellington’s powerful and energetic players Devon Conway and Finn Allen hit in the game to scroll 39 runs from their opponent team.

Auckland won their fabulous match by 13 runs on December 24th, 2021, with the support of players Mark Chapman and George Worker in the match.
Both the teams, Auckland and Wellington, are planning hard to ruin the match with their excellent players’ amazing performances in the match so that they can grab the opportunity on their way to the title.

The Super Smash match of season 2021/22 is coming ahead to capture a stunning performance from the participant team on January 20th, 2022, at Eden Park Outer Oval, in Auckland. Auckland and Wellington will play a 20-over match at an updated time of 6:10 AM on Thursday. Fans are eagerly anticipating a live match between the two teams at a yet-to-be-determined location.

Auckland Team William Somerville, George Worker, Mark Chapman, Lockie Ferguson, Ben Horne, Robert O’Donnell, Sean Solia, Louis Delport, Glenn Phillips, Ross ter Braak, Graeme Beghin, Benjamin Lister, and Aditya Ashok.

Wellington Team Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Tom Blundell, Luke Georgeson, Nick Greenwood, Troy Johnson, Jakob Bhula, Callum McLachlan, James Neesham, Rachin Ravindra, Logan van Geek, Peter Young, husband, Jamie Gibson, Hamish Bennett, Nathan Smith, Ben Sears, Lain McPeake, Michael Snedden, and Ollie Newton.


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