East Albury has beaten Wodonga Raiders in Cricket Albury-Wodonga's first ever Super Over.
Having dismissed the Crows for 101 at Birallee Park, Raiders looked favourites to chase it down at 4-77 but they collapsed and finished their 20 overs on 9/101.
East Albury bowled first in the Super Over and Ryan de Vries kept Raiders to just three runs.
Kris Milosta and Luke Brunckhorst were the chosen batters and they carried the visitors to the most dramatic of victories.
"It was intense," Crows captain Brett Davies said.
"I didn't know whether it was going to be a draw or a super over to be honest.
"For us, Ryan de Vries has been a stand-out this year.
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"He's one of the toughest bowlers to score runs off in the competition.
"He bowls that really awkward length and from a decent height, left arm, so that was a no-brainer for us.
"Our most aggressive batsmen were Kris Milosta and Luke Brunkhorst so the decision side of it wasn't hard but to execute in that situation isn't easy.
"To both teams' credit, they got on with it, made the best of it and I was very relieved to get out of there with the win."
This was East Albury's first win of the season following defeats to North Albury and Wodonga and three draws forced by rain.
Alistair Burge was Raiders' best player, claiming 3-11 from four overs and then top-scoring with 37, including two sixes.
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