Seattle Orcas (SEA) beat Texas Super Kings (TSK) by nine wickets in the Major League Cricket (MPL) 2023 Qualifier at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas. The much-anticipated semi-final between the Seattle Orcas and the Texas Super King turned out to be one-sided in favor of the Seattle Orcas. The Seattle Orcas once again asserted their dominance by pulling off a resounding victory and securing their place in the finals.
The Seattle Orcas won the toss and decided to field first, as their bowlers gave an excellent performance. The Super Kings batsmen failed to find their rhythm due to a precise bowling attack. He skilfully picked up wickets at regular intervals and prevented the Super Kings from establishing any game-saving partnership. With a total score is 126 runs on the board, the Texas Super Kings were unable to perform at their highest level. The credit goes to Orcas bowler, Andrew Tye took three wickets for 32 runs with an economy of 8. The veteran all-rounder Imad Wasim takes two wickets at an economy of 5.80.
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Quinton de Kock’s unstoppable blitz propels Seattle Orcas to the MLC 2023 final
Explosive South African Batsman Quinton de Kock made his intentions clear as soon as he stepped into the crease for the Seattle Orcas. He plays with aggression and accuracy, dispatching the Super Kings Bowlers with ease to all corners of the ground. The Orcas needed only 127 runs to win the game and already the game in their hands. De Kock’s made 88 runs in 50 balls showcased his power-hitting and excellent performance.
De Kock’s said;
“I didn’t really want to come back tomorrow and play another game. Wanted to get some golf in tomorrow. We haven’t had much practice time here, one or two practices. Just strung back everything I did before. Pretty sure there will be one or two celebrations. Would love to finish off this tournament on top!”
Quinton de Kock hit 88 runs in 50 balls with 10 fours and four sixes to take his side home.
The final promises to be a thrilling contest as the Seattle Orcas await their challenger from the upcoming Challenger match.