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Australia v New Zealand, 1st ODI, Melbourne

The roof is what?

Dec 5, 2004: Roving Reporter from Melbourne

Roving Reporter by Christine Davey at the Telstra Dome

Australia v New Zealand, 1st ODI, Melbourne

Astle helps NZ win thriller

Dec 5, 2004: New Zealand beat Australia in the last over in the first ODI at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne after Hamish Marshall hit a cool-headed fifty

Bulletin by Peter English

Australia v New Zealand, 1st ODI, Melbourne

New Zealand's opportunity for redemption

Dec 4, 2004: After being thrashed in the two Tests, New Zealand have an opportunity to salvage something from the tour when the three-match Chappell-Hadlee one-day series gets underway at the Colonial Stadium in Melbourne on Sunday

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PwC ratings

Australians dominate PwC ratings

Dec 3, 2004: The Australian batsmen and bowlers continue to climb up the charts in the PwC ratings

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Australia v New Zealand, 1st ODI, Melbourne

Lee to play first one-dayer against New Zealand

Dec 3, 2004: Brett Lee is likely to replace Glenn McGrath, who has been rested for the first match of the Chappell-Hadlee one-day game against New Zealand

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The Friday Column

Tendulkar's diminishing returns, and McGrath the batsman

Dec 3, 2004: Perhaps numbers never do reveal the full story, but they tell a large part of it

S Rajesh

New Zealand's cricketers could learn from their rugby counterparts

Different shades of black

Dec 2, 2004: It's bad luck for New Zealand's cricketers that their demise at the hands of Australia has coincided with the rebirth of the nation's icons, the All Blacks

Lynn McConnell

New Zealanders v Victoria Invitational XI, Albert Reserve, Melbourne

New Zealanders complete 34-run win

Dec 2, 2004: New Zealand beat a Victorian invitation team by 34 runs in a one-day match at the Albert Reserve in Melbourne

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Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

A window to Adelaide's rich past

Nov 30, 2004: At a ground steeped in tradition and in a city universally recognised for its intelligent planning, the Adelaide Oval's museum feels oddly out of place

Roving Reporter by Daniel Brettig

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Finally a New Zealander wins something

Nov 30, 2004: It was the contest that created more interest than Australia's demolition

Peter English

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

'We have deserved the criticism'

Nov 30, 2004: Stephen Fleming says his team must learn from this 'hiding' and called it a performance that would send 'tremors around the world'

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Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

A no-contest

Nov 30, 2004: A wrestle marked down for 13 days dragged out November as New Zealand were squeezed and crushed by an outfit focussed on precision

The Wisden Verdict by Peter English

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

'We achieved what we wanted to achieve'

Nov 30, 2004: Ricky Ponting was particularly happy with his bowlers during the two-Test series but was disappointed with the analysis of his declaration in the second innings at Adelaide

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Australia v New Zealand 2004-05

The Bracewell factor

Nov 30, 2004: The ride of a New Zealand cricket fan is a turbulent one

Andrew McLean

Chappell-Hadlee Trophy

Katich included in Australian one-day squad

Nov 30, 2004: Simon Katich has been included in Australia's one-day squad to take on New Zealand in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, beginning at Melbourne's Telstra Dome on December 5

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Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Quotes

Nov 30, 2004: The key wicket: Stephen Fleming bowled by Glenn McGrath © Getty Images

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Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Verdict

Nov 30, 2004: Peter English is Australasian editor of Wisden Cricinfo.

The Wisden Verdict by Peter English

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Australia complete another easy win

Nov 30, 2004: Australia took a session and six balls to complete an easy 213-run victory over New Zealand on the final day of the second Test at Adelaide

The Bulletin by Martin Williamson

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

McGrath wins another battle

Nov 29, 2004: Glenn McGrath's dismissal of Stephen Fleming was the critical moment of play on the fourth day

The Wisden Verdict by Peter English

Australia v New Zealand, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

'It's tough and it's always going to be', says Oram

Nov 29, 2004: Jacob Oram and John Buchanan addressed the media at the end of the fourth day's play of the second Test

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Tour Results
Australia v New Zealand at Brisbane - Dec 10, 2004
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Dec 8, 2004
Australia won by 17 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne (Docklands) - Dec 5, 2004
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
Victoria Invitational v N Zealanders at Melbourne - Dec 2, 2004
N Zealanders won by 34 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Adelaide - Nov 26-30, 2004
Australia won by 213 runs
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