Three matches had been performed within the 2023-24 Ford Trophy on Saturday, February 10. Otago and Wellington met within the first match of the day, adopted by a match between Auckland and Central Districts. Canterbury joined Northern Knights within the last match.
Otago defeated Wellington by 15 runs, whereas Central Districts defeated Auckland by six wickets. In the meantime, the match between Canterbury and Northern Knights was deserted because of rain.
Otago have jumped to fourth within the 2023-24 Ford Trophy factors desk with 16 factors in eight video games. They’ve three wins, three losses and two deserted video games with a web run price of -0.455.
Central Districts have jumped to 3rd place with 17 factors in eight matches. Additionally they have three wins, three losses and two clear sheets. In the meantime, after sharing the spoils because of rain, Northern Knights prime the factors desk with 22 factors in eight matches, because of 4 wins, two defeats and two no outcomes.
In the meantime, Canterbury are second within the factors desk with 19 factors in eight video games. They’ve three wins and three losses, whereas two matches had been deserted.
Auckland has fallen to fifth within the standings with 16 factors in eight video games, because of 4 wins and 4 defeats and a web run price of -0.456. In the meantime, Wellington are backside of the desk with 13 factors in eight video games.
Luke Georgeson destroys Wellington with a five-out to win it for Otago within the Ford Trophy
Within the first Ford Trophy match of the day, Wellington gained the toss and requested Otago to bat first. Because of fifties from Dale Phillips and Andrew Hazeldine, Otago made 226 in 44.4 overs.
Solely Troy Johnson fought on a knock of 83 as Luke Georgeson took 5 wickets as Wellington had been bowled out for simply 211 in 48.1 overs.
Within the second Ford Trophy match, Auckland batted first after successful the toss towards Central Districts. Regardless of a 90-run first-wicket partnership, Auckland’s slumped to 233 in 49.1 overs. Brad Schmulian scored an unbeaten century to finish the chase towards Central in 49.1 overs and with six wickets in hand.
In the meantime, rain performed spoilsport within the final match of the day and the match needed to be deserted. Canterbury scored 273 in 49.3 overs after batting first, and Northern Knights had been tottering at 29-2 after 10 overs when the match was deserted because of rain.