Bangladesh tour of Australia, 1st Test: Australia v Bangladesh at Darwin, Jul 18-20, 2003
Australia won by an innings and 132 runs
18,19,20 July 2003 (5-day match)
  Bangladesh 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal Hannan Sarkar lbw b McGrath 0 17 13 0 0 0.00
4.3 lbw 4/1
View dismissal Javed Omar c †Gilchrist b Gillespie 5 47 37 0 0 13.51
11.4 caught †Gilchrist 26/2
View dismissal Habibul Bashar b Lee 16 53 28 1 0 57.14
16.2 bowled 36/3
View dismissal Mohammad Ashraful c Gillespie b McGrath 23 67 52 1 0 44.23
26.6 caught Gillespie 60/6
View dismissal Al Sahariar b Lee 0 10 9 0 0 0.00
18.5 bowled 39/4
View dismissal Alok Kapali lbw b MacGill 0 4 2 0 0 0.00
19.6 lbw 40/5
View dismissal Khaled Mashud lbw b McGrath 11 66 63 1 0 17.46
38.6 lbw 87/7
View dismissal Khaled Mahmud* c †Gilchrist b MacGill 21 42 39 3 0 53.84
39.6 caught †Gilchrist 91/8
View dismissal Mashrafe Mortaza c †Gilchrist b Gillespie 3 10 5 0 0 60.00
41.1 caught †Gilchrist 94/9
Tapash Baisya not out 2 12 6 0 0 33.33
View dismissal Manjural Islam c Langer b Lee 1 5 3 0 0 33.33
42.2 caught Langer 97/10
Extras (b 1, lb 5, w 6, nb 3) 15
  Total (all out; 42.2 overs; 171 mins) 97 (2.29 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets GD McGrath 13 6 20 3 1.53 68 3 0
4.3 to Hannan Sarkar, lbw 4/1
26.6 to Mohammad Ashraful, caught Gillespie 60/6
38.6 to Khaled Mashud, lbw 87/7
View wickets JN Gillespie 8 1 27 2 3.37 35 1 0 (2w)
11.4 to Javed Omar, caught †Gilchrist 26/2
41.1 to Mashrafe Mortaza, caught †Gilchrist 94/9
View wickets B Lee 8.2 2 23 3 2.76 42 1 0 (3nb)
16.2 to Habibul Bashar, bowled 36/3
18.5 to Al Sahariar, bowled 39/4
42.2 to Manjural Islam, caught Langer 97/10
View wickets SCG MacGill 13 4 21 2 1.61 66 1 0
19.6 to Alok Kapali, lbw 40/5
39.6 to Khaled Mahmud, caught †Gilchrist 91/8
  Australia 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal JL Langer lbw b Alok Kapali 71 282 203 7 0 34.97
70.6 lbw 184/3
View dismissal ML Hayden b Mashrafe Mortaza 11 33 23 2 0 47.82
7.3 bowled 13/1
View dismissal RT Ponting c Javed Omar b Tapash Baisya 10 45 28 1 0 35.71
18.2 caught Javed Omar 43/2
View dismissal DS Lehmann c Javed Omar b Mashrafe Mortaza 110 266 221 10 1 49.77
87.3 caught Javed Omar 243/4
SR Waugh* not out 100 200 133 10 1 75.18
View dismissal ML Love b Mashrafe Mortaza 0 3 1 0 0 0.00
87.6 bowled 244/5
View dismissal AC Gilchrist b Manjural Islam 43 58 47 7 0 91.48
100.5 bowled 313/6
View dismissal B Lee run out (Tapash Baisya) 23 51 39 1 1 58.97
112.6 from Mashrafe Mortaza, run out (Tapash Baisya) 377/7
JN Gillespie not out 16 21 15 3 0 106.66
Extras (b 5, lb 8, w 7, nb 3) 23
  Total (7 wickets dec; 117.5 overs; 483 mins) 407 (3.45 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket Manjural Islam 24 4 78 1 3.25 110 11 0 (1nb, 3w)
100.5 to Gilchrist, bowled 313/6
View wickets Mashrafe Mortaza 23 7 74 3 3.21 103 10 0 (1nb, 2w)
7.3 to Hayden, bowled 13/1
87.3 to Lehmann, caught Javed Omar 243/4
87.6 to Love, bowled 244/5
View wicket Tapash Baisya 21.5 4 69 1 3.16 91 4 0 (1nb, 2w)
18.2 to Ponting, caught Javed Omar 43/2
  Khaled Mahmud 28 2 98 0 3.50 116 11 0
View wicket Alok Kapali 18 2 65 1 3.61 79 4 3
70.6 to Langer, lbw 184/3
  Mohammad Ashraful 2 0 9 0 4.50 8 1 0
  Habibul Bashar 1 0 1 0 1.00 5 0 0
  Bangladesh 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal Hannan Sarkar c †Gilchrist b Gillespie 35 96 69 2 0 50.72
23.2 caught †Gilchrist 89/2
View dismissal Javed Omar lbw b McGrath 5 12 11 1 0 45.45
2.6 lbw 8/1
View dismissal Habibul Bashar b MacGill 54 135 91 4 0 59.34
35.1 bowled 112/4
View dismissal Mohammad Ashraful c †Gilchrist b Lee 7 47 41 1 0 17.07
34.4 caught †Gilchrist 112/3
View dismissal Al Sahariar c & b MacGill 36 72 52 3 1 69.23
51.1 caught & 178/10
View dismissal Alok Kapali lbw b MacGill 0 2 4 0 0 0.00
35.5 lbw 112/5
View dismissal Khaled Mashud c †Gilchrist b MacGill 6 15 11 1 0 54.54
39.3 caught †Gilchrist 122/6
View dismissal Khaled Mahmud* b Gillespie 5 20 17 0 0 29.41
44.4 bowled 143/7
View dismissal Tapash Baisya lbw b MacGill 4 11 7 0 0 57.14
47.1 lbw 152/8
View dismissal Mashrafe Mortaza run out (Lehmann) 15 11 6 1 1 250.00
49.6 MacGill to Al Sahariar, run out (Lehmann) 171/9
Manjural Islam not out 0 4 1 0 0 0.00
Extras (lb 6, w 2, nb 3) 11
  Total (all out; 51.1 overs; 217 mins) 178 (3.47 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket GD McGrath 10 0 25 1 2.50 47 3 0 (1nb)
2.6 to Javed Omar, lbw 8/1
View wickets JN Gillespie 16 3 48 2 3.00 73 5 0 (1w)
23.2 to Hannan Sarkar, caught †Gilchrist 89/2
44.4 to Khaled Mahmud, bowled 143/7
View wicket B Lee 12 5 34 1 2.83 57 2 0 (2nb)
34.4 to Mohammad Ashraful, caught †Gilchrist 112/3
View wickets SCG MacGill 13.1 1 65 5 4.93 51 3 2
35.1 to Habibul Bashar, bowled 112/4
35.5 to Alok Kapali, lbw 112/5
39.3 to Khaled Mashud, caught †Gilchrist 122/6
47.1 to Tapash Baisya, lbw 152/8
51.1 to Al Sahariar, caught & 178/10

Match details


Toss - Australia, who chose to field
Series - Australia led the 2-match series 1-0
Player of the match - SR Waugh (Australia)
Umpires - RE Koertzen (South Africa) and DR Shepherd (England)
TV umpire - SJA Taufel
Match referee - MJ Procter (South Africa)
Close of play
  • Fri, 18 Jul - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 121/2 (JL Langer 40*, DS Lehmann 51*, 45 ov)
  • Sat, 19 Jul - day 2 - Bangladesh 2nd innings 70/1 (Hannan Sarkar 29*, Habibul Bashar 26*, 15 ov)
  • Sun, 20 Jul - day 3 - Bangladesh 2nd innings 178 (51.1 ov) - end of match

Match Notes


Day 3
Day 2
Day 1
General
    • Hours of play: 9.30am - 11.30am, 12.10pm - 2.10pm, 2.30pm - 4.30pm
    • 4th Umpire - SJ Davis
    • Scorers: JI Harris and T Lowrey
    • 12th Men: AJ Bichel (Australia) and Sanwar Hossain (Bangladesh)
    • Marrara Oval became the 89th Test venue (8th Australian Test venue)
    • The Australian team wore black arm bands as a sign or respect to John Scholes, former Victoria player/coach whose passed away on July 14, 2003
    • Hannan Sarker/Javed Omar 1st wicket partnership 4 runs in 17 minutes from 27 balls
    • Javed Omar/Habibul Bashar 2nd wicket partnership 22 runs in 29 minutes from 43 balls
    • Habibul Bashar/Mohammad Ashraful 3rd wicket partnership 10 runs in 23 minutes from 28 balls
    • Mohammad Ashraful/Al Sahariar 4th wicket partnership 3 runs in 10 minutes from 16 balls
    • Mohammad Ashraful/Alok Kapali 5th wicket partnership 1 run in 4 minutes from 7 balls
    • Bangladesh 50 in 92 minutes from 20.5 overs
    • Mohammad Ashraful/Khaled Mashud 6th wicket partnership 20 runs in 25 minutes from 44 balls
    • Lunch: Bangladesh 63/6 (Khaled Mashud 4*, Khaled Mahmud 1*, 29 overs, 122 minutes)
    • Langer/Hayden 1st wicket partnership 13 runs in 33 minutes from 45 balls
    • Tea: Australia 31/1 (Langer 13*, Ponting 4*, 13 overs, 60 minutes)
    • Langer/Ponting 2nd wicket partnership 30 runs in 45 minutes from 66 balls
    • Australia 50 in 92 minutes from 21 overs
    • Langer/Lehmann 3rd wicket partnership 50 runs in 72 minutes from 102 balls
    • Australia 100 in 154 minutes from 36 overs
    • DS Lehmann 50 in 100 minutes from 93 balls
    • Stumps: Australia 121/2 (Langer 40*, Lehmann 51*, 45 overs, 183 minutes)
    • Attendance: 6,238
    • JL Langer 50 in 218 minutes from 153 balls
    • Langer/Lehmann 3rd wicket partnership 100 runs in 144 minutes from 217 balls
    • Australia 150 in 238 minutes from 58.1 overs
    • Langer/Lehmann 3rd wicket partnership 141 runs in 202 minutes from 318 balls
    • Australia 200 in 303 minutes from 77.5 overs
    • Lunch: Australia 204/3 (Lehmann 94*, Waugh 3*, 78 overs, 304 minutes)
    • New ball taken at 81.3 overs
    • DS Lehmann 100 in 238 minutes from 206 balls, 8x4, 1x6
    • Lehmann/Waugh 4th wicket partnership 50 runs in 48 minutes from 78 balls
    • Lehmann/Waugh 4th wicket partnership 59 runs in 63 minutes from 99 balls
    • Waugh/Love 5th wicket partnership 1 run in 3 minutes from 3 balls
    • Australia 250 in 356 minutes from 89 overs
    • Australia 300 in 404 minutes from 99.4 overs
    • Waugh/Gilchrist 6th wicket partnership 69 runs in 58 minutes from 77 balls
    • SR Waugh 50 in 134 minutes from 91 balls, 7x4
    • Tea: Australia 336/6 (Waugh 64*, Lee 7*, 105 overs, 426 minutes)
    • Australia 350 from 109.5 overs
    • SR Waugh 100 in 177 minutes from 133 balls
    • SR Waugh becomes the second player (after G Kirsten of South Africa) to score a century against the nine other Test playing countries
    • Hannan Sarkar/Javed Omar 1st wicket partnership 8 runs in 12 minutes from 19 balls
    • Bangladesh 50 in 54 minutes from 12.3 overs
    • Hannan Sarkar/Habibul Bashar 2nd wicket partnership 50 runs in 43 minutes from 60 balls
    • Stumps: Bangladesh 70/1 (Hannan Sarkar, 29*, Habibul Bashar 26*, 15 overs, 65 minutes)
    • Attendance: 4,669
    • Hannan Sarkar/Habibul Bashar 2nd wicket partnership 81 runs in 83 minutes from 121 balls
    • Bangladesh 100 in 119 minutes from 28.2 overs
    • Habibul Bashar 50 in 120 minutes from 82 balls
    • Habibul Bashar/Mohammad Ashraful 3rd wicket partnership 23 runs in 47 minutes from 68 balls
    • Habibul Bashar/Al Sahariar 4th wicket partnership 0 runs in 3 minutes from 3 balls
    • Al Sahariar/Alok Kapali 5th wicket partnership 0 runs in 2 minutes from 4 balls
    • Al Sahariar/Khalid Mashud 6th wicket partnership 10 runs in 15 minutes from 22 balls
    • Lunch: Bangladesh 142/6 (Al Sahariar 19*, Khalid Mahmud 5*, 44 overs, 186 minutes)
    • Al Sahariar/Khaled Mahmud 7th wicket partnership 21 runs in 20 minutes from 31 balls
    • Bangladesh 150 in 196 minutes from 46.1 overs
    • Al Sahariar/Tapash Baisya 8th wicket partnership 9 runs in 11 minutes from 15 balls
    • Al Sahariar/Mashrafe Mortaza 9th wicket partnership 19 runs in 11 minutes from 17 balls
    • Al Sahariar/Manjural Islam 10th wicket partnership 7 runs in 4 minutes from 4 balls
    • Australia won the match at 12.41pm
 
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