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New Zealand v Australia

2006: New Zealand v Australia, 2004-05

Andrew Ramsey

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch

Vetting Vettori and Gilchrist's greatness

Mar 14, 2005: The quality of Daniel Vettori's bowling has been a constant worry for Australia this summer, and in the first innings of the first Test he was again the major threat to every batsman - except Adam Gilchrist

On the Ball with Peter English and Arun Gopalakrishnan

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 4th day

The relentless baggygreen bowling machine

Mar 13, 2005: Jason Gillespie was supposedly out-of-form and leaving Brett Lee out looked to be a mistake

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew McLean

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

The importance of being Gilchrist

Mar 12, 2005: Had he been a cricket writer, Oscar Wilde's novel The Importance of Being Earnest might have been renamed The Importance of Being Gilchrist

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew McLean

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

Honours even after Gilchrist and Vettori heroics

Mar 12, 2005: Adam Gilchrist catapulted Australia from the brief possibility of following on to trailing by 10 runs at the end of a swinging and absorbing day at Christchurch

The Bulletin by Peter English

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 2nd day

A McGrath special marshalls Australia

Mar 11, 2005: In the few times New Zealand have challenged Australia this season, Hamish Marshall has been a mighty contributor

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew McLean

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 2nd day

Kiwis storming despite six McGrath blows

Mar 11, 2005: Glenn McGrath pulled Australia out of their self-induced bowling misery with a mesmerising six-wicket spell, but they were still experiencing extreme pressure and were behind by 292 runs

The Bulletin by Peter English

NZ v Australia, 1st Test, Christchurch, 1st day

Marshall's ton puts New Zealand in control

Mar 10, 2005: Hamish Marshall proved he was a big-game batsman with a fabulous century as New Zealand produced a wildly successful start to the Test series

The Bulletin by Peter English
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New Zealand v Australia at Auckland - Mar 26-29, 2005
Australia won by 9 wickets
New Zealand v Australia at Wellington - Mar 18-22, 2005
Match drawn
New Zealand v Australia at Christchurch - Mar 10-13, 2005
Australia won by 9 wickets
New Zealand v Australia at Napier - Mar 5, 2005
Australia won by 122 runs
New Zealand v Australia at Wellington - Mar 1, 2005
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 94 balls remaining)
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