Hampton then cracked another six before handing over to Carter with a single, as he blasted another 18 runs from the final three balls of the over to set the new world record.
Willie Ludick, who grew up in Pretoria and was a member of the 2016 SA Under-19 team at the World Cup, was smashed for an incredible 43 runs off an eight-ball over in a domestic List A game between Central Districts and Northern Districts on Wednesday.
South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs also hit six sixes for a tally of 36 off Netherlands legspinner Daan van Bunge during a 2007 World Cup match in St. Kitts, the most in an global one-dayer. South Africa-born fast bowler Willem Ludick was at the receiving end as he was taken to the cleaners, literally.
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Hampton smashed three sixes of which two came of no balls while the last three sixes were smashed by Carter.
Another six followed from a legitimate ball before he took a single to rotate the strike. Ludick's figures changed drastically after this over as it suddenly changed from 9-0-42-1 to 10-0-85-1. Chigumbara while playing for Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club hammered 39 runs off an over bowled by Abahani Limited bowler Alauddin Babu in Dhaka Premier League held in 2013.
Hampton was eventually dismissed for 95 from 66 balls in the 47th over, while Carter, who scored his maiden One-Day century, remained unbeaten on 102 from 77 balls, as Northern Districts finished on 313-7 in 50 overs. The stand was a Northern Districts record for the sixth wicket, surpassing the 150 set by BJ Watling and Peter McGlashan.