Renegades all-rounder Will Sutherland has delivered one of the catches of the BBL with a diving effort to dismiss Nick Hobson as the Scorchers finished their innings with 5/212.

Perth got off to a flying start before the Melbourne side could stem the flow of runs by dismissing Josh Inglis and Ashton Turner for only eight runs between them.

However, Cameron Bancroft stood tall, belting 95 off only 50 balls with young gun Cooper Connolly playing an impressive supporting role in the dying overs with 20 off 11 balls.

Sutherland’s stunning catch left the Scorchers at 5/160 in the 17th over and Fox Cricket’s commentators were stunned as the tall Victorian was able to reel a ball that looked certain to fly over high head.

What an effort that is, Chief Sutherland somehow gets back and throws a big paw up,” Fox Cricket’s Mark Howard said.

“Somehow gets back, and that is one of the catches of the summer, Hobson can’t believe it.”

“That’s a good leap, good timing, what a feeling, just reminding the home crowd that they are still here,” Fox Cricket’s Adam Gilchrist said.

“That’s a sensational catch, that’s in the top three this season,” Fox Cricket’s Mark Waugh added.

Earlier, the Scorchers got off to a flyer, belting a staggering 62 runs from the powerplay as Renegades seamer David Moody was taken out of the bowling attack after two waist-high full tosses.

Perth opener Stephen Eskinazi smashed 10 runs off Tom Rogers’ first over, before Moody marked his run-up — hoping to swing momentum back into his team’s favour.


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