Poor sport, or a moment of genius? Former Australia A star Bryce Street runs out a batsman standing at the non-striker's end in a game in England, then scores a match-winning ton!
- Bryce Street controversially ran out a batsman in local game in England
- Former Australia A star picked up the ball at the end of his follow through
- He tossed it onto the stumps at the non-striker's end as he returned to his mark
- Street immediately appealed for a wicket after dislodging the bails
- The umpire agreed and gave the batsman at the non-striker's end out
- Street went on to score 101 off 106 balls as his team won the game
Aussie cricketer Bryce Street has sparked controversy in England with a bizarre run-out, before going on to score an unbeaten century.
The former Australia A star starred with bat and ball as Frinton on Sea Cricket Club beat Saffron Walden Cricket Club by six wickets in the East Anglian Cricket Premier League - the top level of competition for the English region.
Saffron Walden batted first and motored to 1-117 in 33.3 overs when Street ran out Nikhil Gorantla at the non-striker's end in controversial fashion.
Former Australia A star Bryce Street (pictured here playing for Queensland) was involved in a controversial run out during an East Anglian Cricket Premier League in England
Footage posted on Saffron Walden's official website shows the Queenslander bowling to Alex Peirson, who played a sound defensive shot with a straight bat.
As the ball stops at the end of his follow through, Street picks it up and walks back towards his mark when he appears to spot Gorantla has not backed up properly.
Street immediately tosses the ball onto the stumps, dislodging the bails and appealing for a wicket, much to the surprise of Gorantla and of his own teammates.
Street (right) picked up the ball at the end of his follow through, before throwing it onto the stumps at the non-striker's end as he made his way back to his mark
Street immediately appealed for a wicket after the ball had dislodged the bails
To general bewilderment, however, the umpire gave the batsman out.
Street, who signed a full contract with Queensland ahead of the 2020–21 season and has five first class to his name, was in the thick of the action throughout the match.
Following his controversial dismissal of Gorantla, he ran out Peirson and took another three wickets as Frinton on Sea bowled out the hosts for 218 in 57.2 overs.
Not content with causing havoc with the ball, the Aussie then produced a game-winning innings with the bat. Coming in with Frinton on Sea 3-152, Street carried his bat after bludgeoning his way to a score of 101 off 106 deliveries as his side won the match by six wickets.
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