Willie Ludick of Notherns during day 4 of the Coca-Cola Khaya Majola Week at PBHS Abernethy Oval between Northerns vs Eastern Province on December 20, 2014 in Pretoria, South Africa. The duo slammed six sixes, including two off no-balls, a four and a single to milk the bowler for 43 runs. "It was a "see ball, hit ball scenario".
South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs also hit six sixes for a tally of 36 off Netherlands legspinner Daan van Bunge during a 2007 World Cup match in St. Kitts, the most in an worldwide one-dayer. "We came together (at the end of the over) and said 'how many did we get on that?' I think we said it was 39".
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In a first-class match between Wellington and Canterbury in 1990, occasional bowler Bert Vance conceded 77 in an over in which only one of his first 17 deliveries was legitimate, part of a freakish attempt to contrive a result on the final day. Ludick finally got the next ball right in the blockhole which was only taken for a single by Hampton. Ludick, who gave up more than half of his runs during the match in that one over, finished with figures of 85 for one-off 10 overs.
The Bay of Plenty pair of Hampton and Carter combined to add 178 for the sixth wicket after linking up at 95-5.