Duminy's effort eclipsed the South African record of 36 runs in an over, a mark set by Herschelle Gibbs when he hit six sixes off an over in a 2007 World Cup match against the Netherlands. Leie finished with figures of 1-90 from seven overs, the worst in Knights history, eclipsing the 0-88 conceded by a young Kagiso Rabada in the summer of 2014-15. Duminy's feat came just three months after South Australia's Alex Ross hit 32 runs off one Nathan Lyon over, which broke the Australian List A record. Playing in a JLT One-Day Cup match at Hurstville Oval, Ross went 4-6-6-4-6-6 as the Redbacks won by 45 runs.
RESULT | Wow! 6-6-6-6-2-4NB-6 That is what the @WorldSportsBet Cape Cobras skipper @jpduminy21 (70*) did in the last over to seal a bonus point 8-wicket victory over @KnightsCricket at @NewlandsCricket. #MODC #COBvKNI pic.twitter.com/qEXfYPVeRy— COBRAS CRICKET (@CobrasCricket) January 17, 2018
"Basically once the wind picked up a bit in that over ... I tried to get him the over before but he bowled really well," Ross said. "I got back in the box and tried to hit him as deep as I could. "It came off today but next week it might not."
CAPTAIN FANTASTIC | @WorldSportsBet Cape Cobras skipper @jpduminy21 SMASHED a South African List A record of 37 runs in a single over to seal an eight-wicket bonus point victory v @KnightsCricket. #MODC #COBvKNI pic.twitter.com/vFcuApC43a— COBRAS CRICKET (@CobrasCricket) January 17, 2018