The shortest match in the world of cricket, the team all out for just 7 runs, the rival team won instantly | In Yorkshire Premier League Hillam Monk Fryston Cricket Club All Out on 7 Runs Eastrington Cricket Club Won by 10 wickets

The shortest match in the world of cricket, the team all out for just 7 runs, the rival team won instantly | In Yorkshire Premier League Hillam Monk Fryston Cricket Club All Out on 7 Runs Eastrington Cricket Club Won by 10 wickets

Imagine you are waiting for a match to start and because of some work you start watching the match a little late but by then you know that the match has started and ended. It can happen when one team is all out for 7 runs and the other team immediately chases the target by making these runs.

The shortest match in the world of cricket, the team was all out for just 7 runs, the rival team won instantly

Test match (symbolic photo)

London: In the past, only Test cricket was played, then ODI cricket is now played along with T20 and 10 overs T20 cricket. But we’re going to tell you about a match that was even shorter. Imagine you are waiting for a match to start and because of some work you start watching the match a little late but by then you know that the match has started and ended. It can happen when one team is all out for 7 runs and the other team immediately chases the target by making these runs. Yes, there was a match in which both the teams ended the match by bowling only 56 balls. The match was between Yorkshire Premier League between Eastrington Club and Hillam Monk Fryston vs Eastrington Cricket Club. The match, which ended in a matter of hours, is one of the shortest and shortest matches in the history of cricket. (In Yorkshire Premier League Hillam Monk Fryston Cricket Club All Out on 7 Runs Eastrington Cricket Club Won by 10 wickets)

Hillem & Monk Freeston Cricket Club came on the field to bat first in the match. One by one the wickets were falling and the wickets seemed to be falling on the scoreboard instead of runs. The batsmen were dismissed in such a way that one would go and the other would follow. Notably, the rival Eastington club did not even need a third goal. The two bowlers combined to take 10 wickets for Hillm and Monk Freeston Cricket Club. The entire team played 8 overs together and were all out for just 7 runs. 8 batsmen were dismissed for zero.

7-run target for victory

At the end of the first innings, the Eastington club had an 8-run target for victory. This target was surpassed by the Easterner opener in just 1.2 overs with 8 runs off 8 balls and won by 10 wickets. James Kendra, a batsman, scored seven runs with one four and an extra run helped Eastington Club win.

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(In Yorkshire Premier League Hillam Monk Fryston Cricket Club All Out on 7 Runs Eastrington Cricket Club Won by 10 wickets)

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