London [UK]May 6 (ANI): England captain and all-rounder from Durham Ben Stokes on Friday reached a record 17 sixes in cricket passes in one county.

He surpassed the record of Australian striker Andrew Symonds, who in 1995, representing Gloucestershire, hit Glamorgan by 16 sixes. In addition to Symonds, Graham Napier of Essex County scored Surrey on 16 sixes in one county in cricket in 2011.

He accomplished this feat during his team’s match against Worcestershire in the county’s second division in 2022 on New Road in Worcester.

This memorable knock of the Englishman also included an onslaught in the 117th of the game, in which he smashed spinner Josh Baker with a whopping 6,6,6,6,6,4 in a single over. This is a fast Stokes track from 70 (59) to 100 (64).

In all-around, Captain Worcestershire and spinning Brett D’Aliveira were finally eliminated. His 88-ball 161 at the end included 8 fours and 17 sixes.

In the break Durham’s 580/6 innings are claimed in 128 overs, and Ned Eckersley and Liam Trevaskis have not lost with a score of 0. In Durham Sean Dixon (104), Keegan Petersen (50), Captain Scott Bortwick (89), David Bedingham (135) also played a few brilliant shots.

Pacer Ben Gibbon was the choice of bowlers for Worcestershire, receiving 2/94 in 25 overs, four of whom were girls.

Notably, the England Cricket Board in April announced the appointment of all-around wrestler Ben Stokes as captain of the men’s test team. The Stokes replaced Joe Ruth and became the 81st captain of the England men’s national team.

Short results: Durham 580/6 announced (Ben Stokes 161, David Bedingham, Ben Gibbon 2/94) against Worcestershire. (ANI)

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