Rain had reduced the game to first 17 overs and then ten overs
Chris Lynn returned to his barnstorming best with a blistering 48 as the Brisbane Heat claimed their fourth win in five matches to vault past the Melbourne Stars in the BBL table in a bizarre rain-affected match on the Gold Coast.
Rain delayed the start, reducing the game to a 17-over affair, before two half-hour stoppages during the Heat’s first innings reduced it again to a 10-over match and caused mayhem with bowling restrictions and DLS calculations.
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