Maddo lauds team efforts in huge chase

The Renegades went toe-to-toe with the Scorchers for much of the chase, before finishing on 5-185 against the undefeated ladder-leaders.


“The style of play that we put forward with the bat was something that I’m pretty proud of,” Maddinson said.


“I think if we can do that for the rest of the tournament we’ll come out on the right side of a few results.”


Maddinson contributed a blistering 67 runs off 41 balls, uniting with Aaron Finch (68 from 43) in his first game for BBL|11 for a record-breaking 130-run partnership.


“I’m really proud of the way we came out and really attacked and took on the game,” Maddinson said.


“Everyone believed that 200 was a chaseable score and that we had the line-up to get it done.


“That was the blueprint of how we should go about our batting.”


Maddinson particularly applauded the performance of Finch with the bat.


“He played a beautiful innings,” Maddinson said.


“He takes a lot of pressure off everyone at the top of the order the way he can play and put bowling attacks under pressure.


“A lot of the younger guys getting to bat with him and watching him play is a great learning experience for them as well.”


The Renegades will be looking to rebound when they play a rematch against the Scorchers on December 26.

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