Surrey’s Mark Stoneman plucked a leaf out of Quinton de Kock’s book as he picked a lifter over deep square leg with nothing but a short-arm swivel. The flawless execution was possible thanks to an ever-so-slight transfer of weight onto the backfoot and the awareness to help the ball on its way rather than relying on brute force. The left-hander struck nine fours and two sixes in his 117 against Durham in the Royal London One-Day Cup.
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