5. Dilshan 33(36), in a match where his team made 263 and his opening partner was 127*(48) when Dilshan got out
4. Paul Horton 47*(58), not hitting a single boundary in his final 18 deliveries, making 15 off 18 in the final 6 overs, while his batting partner made 109*(59)
3. Zander de Bruyne 25*(45), without a single boundary, as a number 5, that batted for 15 overs. His batting partner for most of the game batted one more ball than him and made 50 more runs. Also:
You must be thinking that 45 balls and no boundaries must be some kind of record for a T20 but dear reader let me tell you this, it’s not even Zander de Bruyn’s record for longest boundaryless innings: he has a 46 baller he hit for Warriors in South Africa in 2007.
2. Dane Cleaver 5(7). A match where Central Districts seemed all but certain to chase 250, but Dan Cleaver faced 7 of the last 11 balls and made only 5 runs from them, and Central Districts lost by 1 run, the highest 2nd innings T20 score to end in defeat
Jacques Rudolph 40(44), in a match where his team made 222 and lost