Longest Sixes in PSL

Top 10 Longest Sixes in PSL History

The cricket fans have witnessed some of the longest sixes in the history of PSL. In this article, we will examine some of the most spectacular and biggest sixes in PSL history.

Pakistan Super League is one of the world’s most thrilling cricket competitions. It contains some of the greatest hitters in world cricket, renowned for its hard-hitting and entertaining performances.

Longest Sixes in PSL History

BatsmanDistanceTeamOpponentYear
Andre Fletcher114mPeshawar ZalmiMultan Sultans2018
Tom Kohler-Cadmore108mPeshawar ZalmiQuetta Gladiators2022
Andre Russell108mMultan SultansKarachiKings2018
Kamran Akmal106mPeshawar ZalmiLahore Qalandars2018
Joe Denly104mKarachi KingsLahore Qalandars2018
Shahid Afridi102mKarachi KingsPeshawar Zalmi2018
Fakhar Zaman101mLahore QalandarsMultan Sultans2018
Marlon Samuels101mPeshawar ZalmiKarachiKings2017
Kevin Pietersen101mQuetta GladiatorsPeshawar Zalmi2016
Shoaib Malik99mPeshawar ZalmiQuetta Gladiators2020
Shoaib Maqsood99mMultan SultansPeshawar Zalmi2021
Muhammad Rizwan97mMultan SultansIslamabad United2021
Colin Munro99mIslamabad UnitedKarachi Kings2023

1). Andre Fletcher – 114m

Andre Fletcher, the West Indian opener, hit the longest six in PSL history. In 2018, he hit the ball for a tremendous six of 114 meters against Muhammad Irfan while playing for Peshawar Zalmi.

This record was set by Andre Fletcher in the third edition of the Pakistan Super League and has not been broken as of the eighth season.

2). Tom Kohler-Cadmore – 108m

Tom Kohler, a batsman from England, began his PSL career with the Quetta Gladiators in PSL 3. Subsequently, in 2022, he was selected by PZ, where he struck the second-longest six in PSL history, 108 meters, against his former teammate Muhammad Nawaz.

3). Andre Russel – 108m

Andre is world-famous for his hard-hitting batting skills. In 2008, he struck a 108-meter six for Multan Sultans against Muhammad Amir of Karachi Kings.

The majority of the longest sixes on this list were struck in 2018 when the Pakistan Super League was played in Pakistan for the first time.

4). Kamran Akmal – 106m

While searching any Pakistan Super League record, you will find Kamran Akmal among the best players in terms of most fifties, most centuries, most runs, or most sixes.

In the same way, he is included on the list of players with the most sixes. In PSL, he smashed a 106-meter six against Lahore Qalandars’ Bilal Khan.

5). Joe Denly – 104m

Joe Denly nailed Karachi Kings’ longest six. He hit 104 meters long to the youthful Shaheen Afridi of the Lahore Qeadris. Since then, Shaheen has improved his bowling abilities and has been promoted to LQ captain.

6). Shahid Afridi – 102m

The first name that comes to mind whenever you mention Sixes is boom boom, Shahid Afridi. At the pinnacle of his career, Shahid Afridi struck the longest six of 158 meters in International Cricket.

In the Pakistan Super League, his longest six is 102 meters against Peshawar Zalmi’s Sameen Gul at National Stadium Karachi.

7). Fakhar Zaman – 101m

Fakhar Zaman is currently the most aggressive opener for the Pakistani side. He attempts to take control of the bowling side from the very first ball. He is renowned for his massive sixes on the leg side.

Zaman struck a 101-meter six against Multan Sultan in the 2018 PSL. Chris Green had a fantastic performance, but Fakhar Zaman changed the tide in the tenth over. He hit three consecutive home runs, including one over the fence in right field.

8). Marlon Samuels – 101m

In the second season of the PSL, big man Marlon Samuels hit a six that measured 101 meters. He hit a six over mid-wicket against Sohail Khan of the Karachi Kings.

9). Kevin Pieterson – 101m

Kevin Pieterson struck the first six over 100 meters in PSL history. In the 1st Qualifying Final between Peshawar Zalmi and Muhammad Asghar of Peshawar Zalmi at Sharjah Stadium, he hits a six against Asghar.

10). Colin Munro

New Zealander Colin Munro, representing Islamabad United, struck the longest six of the current tournament. In the fourth game between IU and KK, Colin Munro blasted a long six of 99 meters against James Fuller at deep fine leg.


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