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Sixth One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Auckland, March 3 (day/night)

Fifth One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Napier, March 1 (day/night)

Fourth One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Christchurch, February 26 (day/night)

Third One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Dunedin, February 23 (day/night)

Second One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Auckland, February 19 (day/night)

First One-Day International

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At WestpacTrust Stadium, Wellington, February 16, 17 (day/night)

Third Test Match

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: Toss Australia

Second Test Match

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: At Basin Reserve, Wellington, March 24, 25, 26, 27

First Test Match

New Zealand v Australia 1999-2000

2001: Toss: Australia.

Tests: New Zealand 0 Australia 3, ODIs: New Zealand 1 Australia 4

The Australians in New Zealand, 1999-2000

2001: The Australians arrived in New Zealand in mid-February with drums banging and cymbals clanging, the most successful act in world cricket and confident they would add more headlines to their superb summer of achievements

Don Cameron

Future looking bright for Kiwi cricket

Oct 3, 2000: Cricket in New Zealand is on track

Lynn McConnell

Kiwi cricketers produce last day gold medal effort

Sep 17, 2000: Too often in New Zealand's cricket history sides have got themselves into winning positions only to fail ram the advantage home

Lynn McConnell

Payback time for long suffering fans

Sep 12, 2000: Pay-off time has arrived for the Black Caps who start their Test summer in Zimbabwe today

Lynn McConnell

Australians make it easy in the end

Apr 3, 2000: Justin Langer's quick-fire century led Australia to a six-wicket win in the final test of the National Bank series in New Zealand, the virtually unchallenged march to the 210 needed for victory hardly in keeping with the ebb and flow of the previous

Chris Rosie

Waugh predicts more success after end to perfect summer

Apr 3, 2000: HAMILTON, NZ, April 3 AAP - Steve Waugh today predicted his Australian cricket team is only at the start of the record-breaking path it blazed throughout the summer, predicting another monumental harvest next season

Australian Cricket Board

Gilchrist, Langer star as Australia dominates third day

Apr 2, 2000: The Trans-Tasman series continued its practice of record-setting as Australia rammed home the advantage on the third day of the third test in Hamilton

Chris Rosie

Gilchrist breaks record to cap stunning debut season

Apr 2, 2000: HAMILTON, April 2 AAP - When Adam Gilchrist raced into the Test arena in November with a typically dashing 81, he quickly told journalists it might be nothing more than a bonus

AAP

Australia follows the New Zealand pattern with highs and lows

Apr 1, 2000: Australia came out of a day in which 306 runs were scored and 12 wickets fell maintaining the advantage they established in the first session of the first day - but only after seeing their first innings follow a disturbingly similar pattern to New

Chris Rosie

Lethal Lee puts Australia in front

Mar 31, 2000: Australia's bowling find of the summer, Brett Lee, picked up his second five-wicket bag in just five tests as New Zealand followed their familiar pattern of early collapse, mid order recovery and late disintegration on the first day of the third test

Chris Rosie

Blewett dropped as Hayden earns Test recall

Mar 30, 2000: After three years in the wilderness, Queensland Bulls opener Matthew Hayden has earned a recall to the Australian team to play New Zealand in the third Test in Hamilton starting Friday

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Tour Results
New Zealand v Australia at Hamilton - Mar 31-Apr 3, 2000
Australia won by 6 wickets
New Zealand v Australia at Wellington - Mar 24-27, 2000
Australia won by 6 wickets
New Zealand v Australia at Auckland - Mar 11-15, 2000
Australia won by 62 runs
New Zealand v Australia at Auckland - Mar 3, 2000
New Zealand won by 7 wickets (with 54 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Australia at Napier - Mar 1, 2000
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 26 balls remaining)
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