Australia v New Zealand 2008-09

November 20-24, 2008

Australia v New Zealand, 1st Test, Brisbane

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Australia 214 (Clarke 98, Southee 4-63) and 268 (Katich 131*, Martin 3-69) beat New Zealand 156 (Taylor 40, Johnson 4-30) and 177 (Taylor 75, Johnson 5-39, Clark 4-43) by 149 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
How they were out

4th day
Bulletin - Johnson leads clinical Australia to victory
Peter English - A Trans-Tasman chasm
News - Watson axed as Australia weigh up options
Quotes - Vettori backs his struggling batsmen

3rd day
Bulletin - Katich stars as Australia take control
Peter English - Katich makes most of second coming
Quotes - Australia's tail did a 'bloody good' job - Martin
Plays of the day - The umpire strikes back, and a jolt for Southee
News - New Zealand call on Patel for Adelaide

2nd day
Bulletin - Katich the key as wickets tumble
Peter English - Liven it up
Quotes - Time for top six to front up - Flynn
Plays of the day - Heavy legs, and secrets from the wife

1st day
Bulletin - Southee makes it New Zealand's day
Peter English - Confused Australia battle identity crisis
Quotes - Southee aims for more such days
Plays of the day - A stormy start and a boycott

Preview package
Preview - Australia start on the road to recovery
News - Symonds recalled as Watson left to fight with Krejza
Quotes - Need at least 300 to compete - Vettori
News - Exit not on Hayden's mind
Quotes - Symonds 'in a great place at the moment' - Clarke
Quotes - McCullum ready for 'vulnerable' opponent
Stats - Advantage Australia at the Gabba

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