Otago vs Perth Scorchers
# Otago's magnificent 62-run triumph is their largest in terms of runs outside New Zealand in Twenty20.
# Overall, the aforesaid win is Otago's fifth largest in terms of runs in Twenty20.
# Otago's victory is the biggest by any team in terms of runs in the present competition, obliterating the 25-run victory by Trinidad vs Brisbane at Ranchi on September 22.
# Otago have won 14 games in succession in Twenty20. Only Sialkot Stallions have won more matches (25) in a row than Otago in Twenty20
# Otago (242/4) have registered their highest total in Twenty20, outstripping the 222 for three vs Canterbury at Dunedin on February 4,2009.
# Otago's previous highest in the CLT20 was 157 for four vs Kandurata Maroons at Mohali on September 18, 2013.
# Otago's aforesaid total is a record in the CLT20, obliterating the 215 for eight by RCB vs South Australia at Bangalore on October 5, 2011.
# The match aggregate of 422 for nine wickets is the second highest in the history of the Champions League, next only to the 429 for ten wickets between RCB and South Australia at Bangalore on October 5, 2011.
# Sixteen sixes in Otago's innings is a record in the history of the CLT20, bettering the 15 in Bangalore's innings vs South Australia at Bangalore on October 5, 2011.
# The match has produced 21 sixes, the second highest in the CLT20, next only to the 26 between Bangalore vs NSW at Bangalore in the 2011-12 season.
# Neil Broom (117 not out off 56 balls) has posted his first century in Twenty20 - his strike rate being 208.92.
# Broom has established a record for the highest individual innings for Otago in Twenty20, bettering the 108 not out by Brendon McCullum vs Auckland at Dunedin on January 15, 2010.
# Apart from two hundreds by Brendon McCullum and one from Broom, Chris Gaffaney and Aaron Redmond are the other two batsmen to have recorded hundreds for Otago in Twenty20.
# Broom's aforesaid innings is the highest by a batsman from Otago in the CLT20, obliterating the 83 not out off 65 balls by Brendon McCullum vs Wolves at Mohali on September 17, 2013.
# Broom is the fourth batsman to register a hundred in the CLT20, joining David Warner (two), Daniel Harris and Andrew Puttick.
# Broom's superb knock is the third highest individual score in the history of the CLT20.
# Broom is the first batsman to record strike rate of 200-plus in an innings of 100 or more in the CLT20
# Broom reached his 100 off 51 balls - the quickest century in the Champions League history.
# Broom's tally of eight sixes is a record by an Otago batsman in the CLT20.
# Brendon McCullum has registered his eighth duck in Twenty20.
# Derek de Boorder (45 off 28 balls) has recorded his highest score for Otago in the CLT20.
# Ryan ten Doeschate (66 off 26 balls) has registered his 17th fifty in Twenty20.
# Broom and Boorder were involved in a stand of 67 - Otago's second highest third-wicket partnership in the CLT20 - the highest being 101 (unbroken) between Boorder and Brendon McCullum vs Wolves at Mohali on September 17, 2013.
# Broom and RN ten Doeschate were associated in a fourth-wicket partnership of 128 - Otago's highest stand for any wicket in the CLT20, eclipsing the 101 (unbroken) for the third wicket between Brendon McCullum and Boorder vs Wolves at Mohali on September 17, 2013.
# The aforesaid fourth-wicket partnership, in fact, is the highest by any pair for this wicket-position in the history of the CLT20, bettering the 100 (unbroken) between Jamie How and Kieran Noema-Barnett for Central Districts vs Warriors at Port Elizabeth on September 18, 2010.
# Hilton Cartwright (73 not out off 54 balls) has registered his first fifty in any form of cricket.
# Cartwright put on 65 for the fourth wicket, 51 for the fifth wicket and 53 not out for the sixth wicket. He is the second batsman after Jacques Kallis (Bangalore vs Otago at Bangalore on October 12, 2009) to register three successive partnerships of 50 or more in a match in the CLT20.
# 93 runs were added by Otago in their last five overs - a record by any team in the last five overs in the CLT20. The previous record was held by South Australia - 86 vs RCB at Bangalore on October 5, 2011.