As Jon Holland dived to stop the ball, Nevill had safely made his ground.
In a weird turn of events, both Larkin and O’ Keefe ran for the single and ended up at the bowler’s end.
Realising his blunder, O’ Keefe turned and tried to run all the way back to the striker’s end but it was too late.
Holland threw the ball in to wicketkeeper Seb Gotch, who whipped the bails off with O’Keefe stranded.
Steve O’Keefe came out to bat with a runner…
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The remarkable run out continued the carnage at Drummoyne after 17 wickets fell on a crazy opening day.
“His hamstring can’t be that bad as well,” the commentator said.
“Because if it was that bad you’d know as soon as you took off that you shouldn’t be running.”
Nevill’s unbeaten 33 helped lift NSW above Victoria’s first-innings 106 as O’Keefe’s run out brought the innings to a slightly premature end.
The International Cricket Council(ICC) outlawed runners in international cricket in October 2011.