Well then everyone it's a wrap!! That's all from our live coverage of The Hundred match between Oval Invincibles against the Southern Brave. We were treated to some exceptional entertainment, large thanks to a fine ton from Will Jacks. We hope you will keep tuning to this lovely competition as always. Until then this is Shashank Surly signing off along with my co-commentator Tugral Azmi and our scorer Chandan Singh. Goodnight and Goodbye also stay safe.
Mahela Jayawardene (Southern Brave Coach): "We have to play good cricket, as other teams have improved, need to improve on couple of areas. They bowled in right areas, we lost wickets when we got good stands, even with the ball, we bowled good areas but not consistently, that's how the game goes, fine margins and need to be on your best to take them.
These players are around and need to work with them, we have unfortunately lost three major bowlers, Tymal Mills and Chris Jordan are injured, we just need young players to come and showcase their quality.
We are still not giving up on the season we had a close game, we will try to put up a confident show and try to win those tight close games, if we get two wins on a run it will change the mood. Especially in the 100, we need to go out their without fear of failure and not doubting yourselves. We don't give ourselves extra time to settle. We need to rectify some points here and there, if we get some points we will be fine.
We lost a few games last time, we have the talent, we just need to step up and understand our limitations compared to other teams, we got off to a few good phase. We just need to accept these games and take one game at a time."
Sam Billings (Oval Invincibles Captain):"Will Jacks' special performance tonight was all about one individual. He earned a perfect score on ball one. I felt like we did well from a bowling perspective, and I'm really lucky to have six bowling alternatives. Reece Topley did a great job bowling the opener against De Kock. You have faith in your pacers to do well when the Oval has a slight green tint. Jacks is a top-notch player with some excellent down-the-field and over additional cover shots! It will be difficult to replace Sunil Narine once we lose a player of his caliber. Jason Roy is a player of the highest caliber, yet he is undergoing a phase in his career that we all experience. I'm hoping he can find some success later in the competition. Thrilled to have won three games without Jason"
Will Jacks (Player of the Match): "It was a pretty incredible experience to have everyone support me during my strike. I could sense that eagerness. If the ball was in my scoring arc, I basically chose certain locations and went for it. I could take my time because the target wasn't too difficult. There are so many talented players in England and so much competition, we must continue to put in the effort. We must continue to work hard because we all want to represent England."
Its all over here, the Oval Invincibles take this game comfortably by 7 wickets. Southern Braves have been completely demolished today, the Invincibles have proved their invincibility led by an one man charge by Will Jacks, who put a real spectacle with his magnificent 108. Braves lose three games in a row now as their counterparts have got their third win in their fourth game and ascend up the points table.
Everything went as per the plans for the Invincibles, put their opposition into bat, Reece Topley's electrifying opening spell got rid of Quinton de Kock and Alex Davies pretty cheaply. Marcus Stoinis (37 off 27) was the only one who played some kind of shots and his partner James Vince (15 off 22) had a day to forget with the bat. The lower middle order added some late flourish but they could only post 137 runs on the board.
Oval Invincibles had set the game for their batters to get the job done. Reece Topley go=t 3/24 for his name, who was just too hit to handle today. Sam Curran and Sunil Narine choked the scoring rate of the Brave players.
In reply, the Invincibles got off to a shaky start, lost Jason Roy for yet another duck of this tournament, Rilee Rossow came out with a runner and was just playing as sheer anchor before he was run-out as his runner couldn't make home in time, Sam Curran and Sam Billings added some support to the chase but the day was all about one man.
Will Jacks made more than the bulk of the scoring almost made 80% of the runs today, clean striking, beautiful stroke making and sensational power-hitting masterclass on display today, he made a sensational 108* from just 48 balls, involving 10 fours and 8 massive sixes. The Brave bowlers were just helpless against the powerhouse Will Jacks.
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82b R Ahmed to W Jacks
6 SIX MORE!! JACKS FINISHES THE GAME IN HIS STYLE! Trying to bowl it quickly he lost his grips. Half tracker delivery on the middle and leg stump line. Jacks goes on the back foot and slogs it high and handsome well over the deep mid-wicket fence for a huge six. Oval Invincibles team continued their winning streak and won the match by 7 wickets.
The second ton of the Hundred competition, a scintillating charge led by Will Jacks, proving way too strong for the Braves.
6 SIX! 100 up for Jacks with this Maximum! MASSIVE SIX! Drifting on the pads. Jacks smashes that one over the fence and collects a maximum here. Ahmed bowls that one on a fuller length on the leg stump line. Jacks gets that one in the zone and smokes it over the cow corner for a maximum.
80b M Hogan to W Jacks
1 Half volley and a tad outside off, Jacks punches it hard aerially towards the long-off region to pick up a single.
79b M Hogan to S Curran
1 A touch fuller delivery on the off, Curran drills that one towards the deep cover for a single.
79b M Hogan to S Curran
NB NO-BALL! Back of a length delivery on the leg stump line, Curran ducks under it and the umpire has signaled no-ball. He has to reload that one again.
78b M Hogan to W Jacks
1 Jacks is on strike. Fuller delivery and a tad outside off. Jacks covers the line of delivery and cuts it wide of the sweeper cover fielder for a single. He has moved onto 94*.
77b M Hogan to S Curran
1 Drags his length short on the leg stump line, Curran pulls it along the ground to the deep mid wicket for a run.
76b M Hogan to S Curran
0 Hogan is back into the attack. Comes from over the wicket. Good length on the pads. Curran gets the leading edge of the blade towards the point fielder.
Over to Tugral for the last 25 balls
75b G Garton to W Jacks
1 Low full-toss, going across the off stump, jacks thuds it down to long on for only a single.