The Hundred is all about that big-hitting, run scoring action. So with that in mind, let's look back at a few massive sixes that impressed during the group stages.
Liam Livingstone V London Spirit
Livingstone is the definition of a six-hitting machine. He could have a whole story on how many he has scored this competition but this one against the Spirit is one of his best. He comes down the ground and smashes it back over the bowler’s head into the stands. Stop that one.
Hayley Matthews V Manchester Originals
There’s no bad way to hit a six but there is a more stylish way. That’s exactly how Matthews dispatched this delivery, holding a great pose after hitting this one over everyone’s heads.
Carlos Brathwaite V Oval Invincibles
If you want someone who knows how to hit a six, look no further than Brathwaite. In this clip, he just shuffles back before releasing his hands to smash it over mid-off and into the advertising boards. That’s all while making it look pretty effortless.
Mady Villiers V Manchester Originals
Villiers set her standards high with the bat in the first ever match of The Hundred. In the final 10 balls of the second innings, she comes dancing down the pitch to smash it over everyone and put her side in pole position to win the match.
Ben Duckett V Southern Brave:
Perhaps stylish sixes run through the Welsh Fire squads. Duckett joins the list for this outrageous ramp shot that soars behind him and above the wicketkeeper for a six. Good luck trying that one at your local cricket club.
Sammy-Jo Johnson V Birmingham Phoenix
Watch out in the crowd, Johnson can go big with the bat! Her powerful shot comfortably made it over the boundary line and even into the stands on a free hit, no better way to take advantage of one.
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