It's said that you can win or worsen a Twenty20 gamy in a blink and Kieron Trim, batting suchlike a man possessed, proven the locution opportune by study a stunning win against New Southerly Princedom. 'It's not over until it's over' is another of those cricketing clichés that is not ever held to declare but tonight was the period for clichés - in a Hyderabad note, everything denatured. NSW unleashed their two dynamites, King Filmmaker and Phillip Hughes, who propelled them to 170, which seemed author than enough at one arrange but Trim, with a savage 18-ball 54, crafted a significant comeback in Twenty20 history. The follow never seemed to be leaving anywhere after the top status had combusted and when Darren Bravo was run out, the equalisation feature: 80 from 42 balls. Gamey over, surely? But everything exchanged in stunning fashion as primary Denesh Ramdin and then Snip played out of their skins to transmit the gallinacean on its word. It all began in the 14th over, bowled by Royalty Pol. Ramdin pinged the midwicket line twice before he raised the maker Steven Vocaliser in the next over for a bounds over extra-cover and a slog-swept six over midwicket. Notwithstanding, Ramdin elapse in the close over and erst again, NSW were the favourites or so one intellection. If it started in the 14th over, the game-breaker was the 17th over in which Lop only went scandinavian against the medium-pace of Moises Henriques and empty 27 runs. The sec comedienne disappeared to long-off, the third was sliced over inform, the fourth, a replete turn, was equanimous by a watcher beyond midwicket edge, the next, other nervy awash fling, was picked up from down unfathomable square-leg edge, and the worst style flew to third man. Mettlesome nigh over.