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Chappell-Hadlee Trophy - Overall Statistics - Series Results
... Season Host Result Player of the Series 2004–05 Australia Series tied 1–1 Daniel Vettori 2005–06 New Zealand Australia won 2–1 Stuart Clark 2006–07 New Zealand New Zealand won 3–0 Shane Bond 2007–08 ...
Alex Blackwell (cricketer) - 2005 World Cup
... Blackwell returned to Australia needing a strong end to the WNCL season to ensure selection for the 2005 World Cup in South Africa ... Blackwell scored 53 in Australia's 7/174, helping to set up a 32-run win ... Blackwell took 1/8 from two overs, her last international wicket, as Australia dismissed Sri Lanka for 57 ...
South African Cricket Team In Australia In 1997–98
... The South African national cricket team toured Australia in the 1997-98 season ... Australia won the test series 1-0. 1st Test (Melbourne) Match Drawn 2nd Test (Sydney) Australia won by innings and 21 runs 3rd Test (Adelaide) Match Drawn South Africa also competed in ...
Sid Barnes With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Early Tour
... Australia traditionally fielded its strongest possible team in the tour opener, which was customarily against Worcestershire ... The hosts won the toss and batted first, and Barnes took the last two catches as Australia dismissed them for 233 ... When Australia batted, Barnes made 44 from 104 balls in 99 minutes before being the first batsman to fall at 1/79.N- Australia reached 462 and dismissed the hosts for 212 to complete ...
Sam Loxton With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Early Tour
... Australia traditionally fielded its first-choice team in the tour opener, which was usually against Worcestershire ... Loxton looked on as Brown made 25 and Australia won by an innings ... expatriate left arm orthodox spinner Vic Jackson, as Australia amassed 448 ...

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