His incredible innings included eight fours and 11 sixes, including six maximums in a single over. He is now the first player to hit a century in a T10 game.
This knock by the former U-19 batsman enabled Surrey to post 176 runs on the scoreboard, which Lancashire failed to chase down by 95 runs.
? off just 2⃣5⃣ balls, including 6⃣ sixes in an over! ?
— ICC (@ICC) March 21, 2019
Jacks said that he was looking to play shots from the first ball.
“From the first ball I just tried to play my shots, after the first few overs my intention was to try and hit every ball for six, and I think after four sixes I thought, ‘I could hit six sixes here’. I had never done it before and it was nice to do that and something I will cherish,” International Cricket Council quoted him as saying.
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) March 21, 2019