In a domestic match played in New Zealand, Andre Adams of the Auckland Aces scored 12 runs off just one ball to guide his team to victory. He hit a four and a six to win the game. The other two runs came off a no-ball. After delivering a dot in the penultimate ball, the overconfident bowler next bowled a waist high full-toss, immediately adjudged a no-ball, which was guided to the boundary line for a four by Adams. In Kiwi domestic cricket, a no-ball gives off two runs. When the bowler came back again, Adams hit it for a six. End of the story. So, how would you describe this: worst bowler or luckiest batsman?
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