A month of matches later and here we are! Oval Invincibles and Southern Brave are your first ever Hundred Champions. It's been 68 matches of brilliant entertainment and you've been there along the way in your numbers!
It's the key number for batters and we've seen just over 16,000 of them this year. Wow! Northern Superchargers Men set the record for the highest amount of runs in an innings when they scored 200 against Manchester Originals. Take a look back at how they got there!
The batters can't always have it their own way. Stumps smashed, pads hit, catches plucked.
A large portion of those runs were scored with boundaries. Over 1,500 came from the ball bouncing and then crossing the boundary rope.
The top shot for a batter. The ball sailed over the boundary rope 428 times during the competition. That's a lot of runs!
But when going for a six, there comes risk, and 467 times during The Hundred, batters were caught out. And there were some spectacular takes as well!
57 Run Outs
Nearly 60 times during the competition, batters were caught short of their crease. Always make sure there's time to get that run in!
We might not have seen a hundred in the first season of The Hundred, but we did get more than 50 fifties! And the fastest belongs to your Men's MVP, Liam Livingstone.