It’s been a while since a cricket match in Canada has been so captivating. Last night, the Toronto-based team of the Canadian economy, the Toronto OiLions, beat the Trent Rockies by six wickets in a match to decide the winner of the historic Hundred: Jason Roy inspires Oval Invincibles to victory over Trent Rockets .

It’s hard to believe that only a few weeks ago Jason Roy was seemingly on his way out of international cricket. The opener had averaged just 12.5 in the five-Test series against Pakistan, with his only contribution coming in the first Test in Abu Dhabi, when he made 59 to help England secure a series win. Roy then made headlines for all the wrong reasons in India in the tri-series against Australia and New Zealand. But at the Oval on the final day of the second Test against England, Roy showed he was still a player for the big occasions. A pair of fifties put him in the record books, becoming only the fifth player to make two Test fifties of over 50 in a match.

Jason Roy has always played with a smile on his face and was seen as a very nice guy by his teammates and fans. He has always had a great interest in cricket, and was a regular visitor to the cricket ground to watch his team play. He was also a member of the cricket club, and he used to write in his diary about what he was doing that day.. Read more about the hundred and let us know what you think.

The Oval, The Hundred
125-6 (65 balls) Oval Invincibles: Roy 56 (29); Patel 2-21
116-8 (65 balls) Trent Rockets: Hales 25 (15); Narine 3-11
The Invincibles won by a score of nine runs.
Table; Scorecard

In a rain-shortened men’s Hundred match, Jason Roy wowed the home fans by leading Oval Invincibles to a nine-run win against Trent Rockets.

After an 80-minute delay due to a wet outfield, Roy walked out to bat and smashed an undefeated 56 off only 29 balls, including four fours and four sixes.

The England batsman was the backbone of the Invincibles’ 125-6 total from 65 balls.

Trent Rockets lost D’Arcy Short to the third ball of their pursuit, but they were able to extend the game beyond anyone’s expectations, with to Alex Hales’ 25 points.

Rashid Khan blasted 16 from six balls to give the Rockets hope in the final ten deliveries, but he holed out off Tom Curran.

The Rockets barely managed a 116-8 victory, much to the pleasure of the 19,000-strong audience at The Oval.

Invincibles now sit in second place on the standings, one point behind Rockets.

Roy will have fewer deliveries, which means less issues.

Roy was unconcerned about losing 35 balls; he just went out and whacked aggressively from the first ball to get his best score of the tournament so far.

He was all power, hitting the dangerous Rashid for a massive six on the opening ball and then destroying Matt Carter with two sixes in two balls.

On 17, he was dropped by a sliding Rashid, a miscue that typified the Rockets’ uneven fielding effort.

To save Will Jacks, Timm van der Gugten had to dive into the water, but it took Lewis Gregory a superb one-handed diving attempt to dismiss the threatening Colin Ingram.

The Rockets did a good job of taking the game to overtime, with Rashid’s late hitting prompting the Invincibles to take a strategic timeout to confer with coach Tom Moody.

Sunil Narine’s 3-11 and Tom Curran’s calmness in the last five balls, though, held the Rockets at bay.

In a game that was already short, it was the Invincibles who maintained their composure in the crucial minutes.

Rain frustrates fans & players

Rain was a recurring theme on Sunday, as the women’s Hundred match between the Invincibles and the Rockets was called off after just one ball had been bowled.

A large section of the Oval audience booed the decision to have a second pitch inspection 45 minutes after the planned start time.

Players were warming up, which may have perplexed new fans: if they can play football and practice batting, why couldn’t the game begin?

The delay was caused by wet spots on the outfield and surrounding the wicket, which prevented play from starting until umpires were convinced that it was safe.

On Test Match Special, England and London Spirit captain Heather Knight remarked, “You can see why the audience is so upset.”

“I understand that the outfield is a little damp, but it has had time to dry. The players seem to be eager to participate.”

The delay was “not a great look,” said to all-rounder Chris Green, who has played franchise cricket all over the globe, but player safety was essential.

“I was in a game in the Big Bash when we had to play through heavy rain,” he added.

“We were informed there were a lot of people watching and that we had to continue playing, but it got to the point where it was unsafe.”

“I’m sorry for the people in the crowd. It can be resolved with a little dialogue.”

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