Scorecard of New Zealand Vs Australia, 5th ODI at Napier (Mar 05,2005)

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Venue : McLean Park, Napier
Toss : New Zealand won the toss, elected to field
Ground Umpires : DR Shepherd & AL Hill
Match Result : Australia won by 122 runs to cleansweep the 5-ODI series 5-0
Man of the Match : Ricky Ponting

Australia (50 Overs Maximum)

Adam Gilchrist (WK) c Cumming b Canning 91 (61) 9 ‘4s’ 4 ‘6s’
Simon Katich c McCullum b Hamilton 5 (15)
Ricky Ponting (C) not out 141 (127) 10 ‘4s’ 5 ‘6s’
Damien Martyn c Fleming b Mills 40 (46) 3 ‘4s’ 1 ‘6s’
Andrew Symonds run out (Vettori/McMillan) 17 (16) 2 ‘4s’
Michael Clarke c Cumming b McMillan 43 (36) 5 ‘4s’
Michael Hussey not out 0 (0)
Brett Lee
Brad Hogg
Michael Kasprowicz
Glenn McGrath

Extras: 10 (Wides: 2 No Balls: 1 Byes: 0 Leg Byes: 7)

Total: 347/5 (Overs: 50.0)

Fall of Wickets : 1-37 (Katich), 2-129 (Gilchrist), 3-204 (Martyn), 4-241 (Symonds), 5-335 (Clarke)

New Zealand Bowling

Mills 10-1-67-1 (1w)
Hamilton 10-0-76-1 (1nb)
Tama Canning 10-0-80-1
Vettori 10-0-37-0 (1w)
McMillan 7-0-63-1
Craig Cumming 3-0-17-0

New Zealand (50 Overs Maximum)

Craig Cumming lbw Lee 13 (24) 1 ‘4s’
Stephen Fleming (C) c Gilchrist b Kasprowicz 35 (46) 4 ‘4s’
Hamish Marshall run out (Clarke) 28 (41) 1 ‘4s’ 1 ‘6s’
James Marshall b Kasprowicz 0 (1)
Craig McMillan c Hogg b Symonds 63 (69) 7 ‘4s’ 1 ‘6s’
Brendon McCullum (WK) c McGrath b Symonds 36 (60) 1 ‘4s’ 2 ‘6s’
Tama Canning b Kasprowicz 16 (27) 1 ‘6s’
Daniel Vettori not out 16 (19) 1 ‘4s’
Kyle Mills c Kasprowicz b McGrath 10 (13)
Lance Hamilton not out 1 (2)
Chris Cairns

Extras: 7 (Wides: 3 No Balls: 2 Byes: 1 Leg Byes: 1)

Total: 225/8 (Overs: 50.0)

Fall of Wickets : 1-39 (Cumming), 2-60 (Fleming), 3-60 (James Marshall), 4-103 (Hamish Marshall), 5-167 (McMillan), 6-196 (McCullum), 7-199 (Canning), 8-223 (Mills)

Australia Bowling

Lee 10-0-34-1 (2w 2nb)
McGrath 10-0-45-2 (1w)
Kasprowicz 10-2-36-3
Hogg 10-0-53-0
Clarke 5-0-30-0
Symonds 5-0-25-2

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