During the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League in England, a target was chased down within record 12 minutes and the match was ended in 61 minutes. The match was played between two first-class English teams – Beckenham CC and Bexley CC .
Beckenham CC were bowled out for just 18 in an innings that spanned 49 minutes , for the lowest ever total in the 152 years of the club’s existence. The total was also the lowest in the league’s history as well.
Five out of 11 players were out on a duck, with the highest score being four. Only two bowlers were used by Bexley CC- Calum McLeod ( 6/5 )and Jason Benn with (4/12).
The target of 19 was achieved in 3.3 overs and just 12 minutes.
(INPUT : KENT CRICKET LEAGUE)