Adelaide Strikers alternate captain Matt Short scored a century as his side completed the Big Bash League’s most successful chase to beat the Hobart Hurricanes by seven wickets.
Short, replacing Peter Siddle, hit 100 for 59 balls, including eight fours and three sixes.
Chris Lynn hit a brisk 64 for 29 balls as the Strikers chased 230 with three balls to spare.
Ben McDermott had earlier scored 57 to help the Hurricanes post 229-4.
England Test hitter Zak Crawley had an unbeaten 54 for the Hurricanes, breaking five fours and three sixes on his BBL debut.
However, a 124 point position between Short and Lynn helped put the Strikers on top, before Paddy Dooley fired Lynn.
The left-arm spinner took it 2-25 but couldn’t stop Short, who raised his century with a boundary that also sealed his team’s victory.
The Hurricanes had completed the BBL’s previous highest chase when they chased 223 against the Melbourne Renegades in 2017.
The result saw the Strikers end their three-game losing streak and move them to fourth in the table, with the Hurricanes in sixth.