Canterbury Kings bowler Kyle Jamieson took the best ever NZ domestic T20 figures by some distance in the Burger King Super Smash today, but he's taking it in his stride.
"It's a special day for myself but also a special day for us as a team, getting a win on the first day of the year is a pretty cool way to start," said Jamieson.
Jamieson ripped through the Auckland Aces' top order in front of over 2000 people at Eden Park today, removing the dangerous pair of Sean Solia and James Vince in the third over, and Glenn Phillips in the fifth, before coming back to take Roneel Hira, Mitchell McClenaghan and Ben Lister's wickets in his second spell.
"I don't think I did anything differently. Just the same thing we talk about putting the processes in place in the days leading up to the game. It was a matter of doing that and it just seemed to work out for me today.
"I'm not a big stats man but that's obviously a pretty cool thing, and I'll be able to look back on it in the days and weeks to come," said Jamieson.
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The previous best NZ domestic T20 figures of 6-28 were shared by Ian Butler (Otago Volts) and Ben Laughlin (Knights), which Jamieson has bettered by some distance
- Jamieson's 6-7 in four overs are the most economic figures in NZ domestic T20 history, beating James McMillan's 2-8 for Otago
- The only better T20 figures are Arul Suppiah (Somerset)'s 6-5 in 2011 and Shakib Al Hasan (Barbados Tridents)'s 6-6 in 2013