A Powerful Unbeaten Century from Luke Pomersbach and Brisbane Heat Enter BBL Final and Qualified for T20 Champions League

The left-hand batsman Luke Pomersbach reached his first T20 century, and just the ninth in the tournament's history, with 11 balls left in the innings, and finally scored with an unbeaten 112 off just 70 balls and lead Brisbane heat to the BBL final after down the Melbourne Renegades by 15 runs in the first semi-final.

A hardly at any stage for the period of this BBL was the Brisbane side in the top four in the standing, so far now they include qualified for the Champions League Twenty20, helped by two dramatic Pomersbach innings back to back.

The Renegades were given a advance at the toss as the Heat lost their captain James Hopes in the warm-up to a hamstring strain and the stand-in Chris Hartley elected to bat and more firecracker from Pomersbach, next his innings against the Hobart Hurricanes and the Heat force each remain in Melbourne for Saturday's final, or travel to Perth, to meet the winner of Wednesday's second semi-final.


Brisbane Heat 183/3 for 20 overs
Melbourne Renegades 168/9 for 20 overs

Brisbane Heat won by 15 runs

Man of the match Luke Pomersbach(Brisbane Heat)

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