Superb innings by Phil Salt and Laurie Evans helps Manchester Originals chalk up 208 runs at Headingley
Manchester Originals hit the highest-ever score in The Hundred as they defeated Norhern Superchargers by 23 runs.
Paul Walter smashed a massive six to bring up the Originals' 200, with Simon Katich's charges finishing on a mighty 208.
Phil Salt and Laurie Evans blasted their way to 100 runs between them early on, off just 44 balls, while Tristan Stubbs weighed in with 46.
Andre Russell was the only other batter required and he hit a timely 17.
Northern Superchargers battled gamely as they attempted to run down what would have been a record chase, but fell just short.
Adam Hose top-scored for the hosts with 59 while Adam Lyth chalked up a respectable 46.