Simon Kot’s swashbuckling 149 leads Pegs Creek 2 to victory over Nickol Hawks in West Pilbara Cricket

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Nickol Hawks’ Muhammed Khan.
Camera IconNickol Hawks’ Muhammed Khan. Credit: Supplied

Simon Kot’s swashbuckling 149 from 59 deliveries powered Pegs Creek 2 to a 49-run victory over Nickol Hawks in round six of the West Pilbara Cricket T20 competition.

Playing under the sun at the Karratha Leisureplex on March 4, Pegs’ batters got off to a steady start with 26 runs before the first wicket brought Kot to the crease.

Kot dominated the bowlers, blasting 22 boundaries from his 59-ball stay including 13 sixes to hit a brilliant 149 before he was dismissed on the final ball of the innings.

Opener Simon O’Hare carried his bat with 40 runs while Muhammad Khan was the pick of the bowlers with 1-22.

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Nickol got off to a fast start in their run chase before Kot backed up his batting masterclass with a brilliant caught and bowled to dismiss opener Muhammad Aslam.

Kot continued to tear through the Hawks lineup, removing Nickol’s top five batters to finish with figures of 5-25.

Hawks refused to roll over but the damage was done, with the side finishing their innings on 9-158.

Kahn was the top scorer for Hawks with a hard-fought 37.

Meanwhile, Pegs Creek 1 continued their dominance over the competition with a one-sided victory over Baynton Lions.

Lions elected to bat first, a decision that proved costly when Pegs bowling attack got fired up.

After making a steady start to their innings, Lions crumbled under pressure, losing seven wickets for just 25 runs to limp to the finish line on 8-102.

Pegs captain and opening batter Jordan Perkusich (71 not out) wasted little time in the run chase and hitting with a strike rate of more than 200 steered his side to victory in the 10th over.

In the end, Pegs Creek finished 2-105 to defeat Baynton Lions by eight wickets.

Wickham secured a win over Dampier Taverners 2 at Windy Ridge Oval.

After being sent into bat and making 6-134, Wickham restricted Dampier to 8-114 to win by 20 runs.

And in the final game of the round, Rec Club defeated Karratha Kats via forfeit.

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