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'Unbelievable': Chris Lynn goes bonkers in 'brutal' T20 display

Riley Morgan
·Sports Reporter
·2-min read
Chris Lynn (pictured left) raising his bat after a century in the state's premier T20 comp and him applauding at a Brisbane Heat match (pictured right).
Chris Lynn (pictured left) raising his bat after a century in the state's premier T20 comp and him applauding at a Brisbane Heat match (pictured right). (Image: @FrogBoxLive/Getty Images)

T20 specialist Chris Lynn has been keeping himself in form after he unleashed during Queensland’s T20 Premier grade on the weekend.

Lynn returned to Australia after spending the entire Indian Premier League season on the bench.

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But the big-hitting opener appeared in good-form after being released from quarantine after hitting a sensational 154 off just 55 balls.

The innings for Toombul included five fours and an astonishing 20 sixes with a strike rate of 338.24.

Fellow Queenslander Matt Renshaw also opened the batting for Toolumba and hit 55 off 29 balls.

Many took notice of Lynn’s “unbelievable” innings on social media.

Lynn no longer has a state contract, but is the captain of the Brisbane Heat in the BBL.

Lynn’s unfortunate IPL ride

Lynn was picked up by the Indians after long-time outfit Kolkata Knight Riders released him due to the six-hitter's hefty price tag.

But the 30-year-old sat on the bench behind fellow import Quinton de Koch as Mumbai won an unprecedented fifth title at the tournament, held in Dubai due to COVID-19.

with AAP

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