Unique incidents are often seen on the cricket field, due to which everyone is surprised. Something similar happened during a club cricket match played in England. In this match, the opener batsman did such an amazing thing, which could not be believed. In this match, Horsham's opener batsman Joe Willis played a stormy inning of 103 runs in 44 balls. In his innings, he hit 11 fours and 9 sixes. Joe Willis then scored a century. But Alfred Haines, who came to open with him, could not even open his account at the other end.

Alfred Haines was just watching Willis bat at the other end. By the time Willis scored a century, not a single run came off his bat. The two shared a 110-run partnership, of which Willis scored 103 and none of Alfred's runs were involved. However, after Willis' century, Alfred Haines was able to open his account and he was dismissed after scoring 9 runs. He hit only one boundary in his innings.

In this match, the team of Horley Surrey, batting first, was piled up after scoring 157 runs in 36 overs, in response to which Willis scored a century on behalf of Horsham and easily completed the target and won the match for his team. Willis completed his century by hitting a six. Thanks to his innings, his team won the match by 7 runs. At present, Willis is running in tremendous form and he has scored 689 runs in 10 matches.