9.18pm That's a pretty convincing win for the Renegades after their bowlers put in all the hardwork to restrict the Heat to 144, that turned out to be well below par. McCullum had not middled his sweeps very well, the other batsmen were holing out one after another and it looked like the chase wouldn't be that easy. But Tom Cooper, who returned to form, and Sam Harper put on a comfortable and quick century stand to make short work of the chase. They took on the short balls, they targeted the off side too, and found the gaps often enough to finish it with 26 balls in hand.

The Reneages are now second on the table, with four wins from seven and he Heat are still languishing at second-last place, just above the Scorchers. That's all from our ball-by-ball coverage tonight, hope you enjoyed every bit of it. It's goodbye from Ankur Dhawan and Vishal Dikshit

15.4
2
Doggett to Harper, 2 runs, he goes for a big swing, doesn't middle it at all, it's gone very high but mid-off can't get to it because he has to run back a long way. Two runs and that's it for the Renegades
15.3
6
Doggett to Harper, SIX runs, hooked away for a clean six, what a way to bring up the fifty. Another bouncer from Doggett and it was chasing Harper as he backed away but he didn't back away from unleashing that fearless hook that flew quickly over fine leg into the crowd
14.4
4
Cutting to Harper, FOUR runs, even fuller, on the pads but Harper makes a fair bit of room and goes over the covers with hard hands to clear the fielders. Four more
14.3
4
Cutting to Harper, FOUR runs, on length but well outside off, it gives Harper enough room to swing his arms and sends it flying over point and short third man for four

Melb Reneg 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st37MS HarrisMW Harvey
2nd2MS HarrisSB Harper
3rd106TLW CooperSB Harper

Big Bash League

TeamMWLPTNRR
HH14104200.603
MR1486160.173
SS1486160.047
MS147714-0.062
BH1467130.249
ST1467130
AS146812-0.473
PS144108-0.502