Two we beat in New Zealand have made a record marking 43 races in a surplus.
Joe Carter and Brett Hampton beat the northern districts against central districts in a one-day home game in Hamilton on Wednesday.
South Africa's fastest player, Willem Ludick, played eight balls at the top, including two non-balls, conceding six six, a four and a single.
The total is a record of "A-list" matches: one-day internationals and limited domestic games.
Ludick could have been eliminated from the attack after only a legitimate delivery because his two subsequent attempts were high waist.
But the conditions of the game in New Zealand allow the arbitrators to "apply the understanding and the tolerance in regard to the deliveries throughout the waist" and the officials decided that it was not a sufficient pain both times.
Carter and Hampton passed the previous record for a List of more than 39, established by Elton Chigumbura of Zimbabwe for Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi against Abahani Ltd in the Premier League of Dhaka.
In an international match, South African Herschelle Gibbs scored 36 in a surplus – with six six – against Daan van Bunge from the Netherlands in the 2007 World Cup. In the format of more than 20 years, Yuvraj Singh from India sent Stuart Broad of England by Six sessions at the 2007 T20 World Cup in Durban.
In a first-class match between Wellington and Canterbury in 1990, the occasional player Bert Vance conceded 77 in a surplus in which only one of his first 17 deliveries was legitimate, part of an extravagant attempt to get a result on the last day.