Two not so popular cricketers in New Zealand domestic circuit have broken the record of most runs off a single over in List-A cricket.
Now, video footage has emerged of the over after Northern Districts posted a highlights reel of the over on Twitter.
It was a hard pill to swallow for young Central Districts bowler Willem Ludick when his first ball was sent for a boundary - and from their things only got worse. Carter joined in on the fun thumping the hapless bowler for three mammoth sixes all through the leg side to take the record as Ludick's figures went from a respectable 9-0-42-1 to a horrific 10-0-85-1.
Two batsmen in New Zealand have set a record by scoring 43 runs in an over.
He then took a single off the next ball and gave the strike to Carter, who hit the last three balls of the over to the deep midwicket fence to collect three consecutive sixes.
The partnership was also a Northern Districts record for the sixth wicket against Central Districts, breaking the previous mark of 150, set between BJ Watling and Peter McGlashan in 2011. Hampton eventually was dismissed for 95 from 66 balls, while Carter went on to finish unbeaten on 102 from 77 balls, his maiden one-day century, as ND finished on 313-7.
A South African now holds the dubious record of conceding the most runs off one over in all 50-over cricket.