Ross Whiteley made his senior international debut for England in Hong Kong during the weekend – but it was South Africa that took the trophy.
The Derbyshire all-rounder contributed cameo contributions of 15*, 14* and 22 during the Karp Group Hong Kong Sixes tournament at Kowloon Cricket Club. But he couldn’t prevent England from crashing out on Day 1 of the tournament following defeats to hosts Honk Kong and to eventual winners South Africa.
England, who began the competition brightly with a ten wicket victory over Australia, also lost to the Netherlands in their Plate Semi Final on Sunday, a match in which Whiteley didn’t feature.
South Africa, meanwhile, romped past Hong Kong and Pakistan to lift the trophy for the second time in four years.
Karp Group Honk Kong Sixes: England Team
Josh Cobb (Leicestershire)
Adam Ball (Kent)
Keith Barker (Warwickshire)
Ben Brown (Sussex)
Chris Nash (Sussex)
Tom Smith (Lancashire)
Ross Whiteley (Derbyshire)
Kowloon Cricket Club: Hong Kong
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