West Indies tour of Australia, 1st Test: Australia v West Indies at Brisbane, Nov 18-21, 1988
West Indies won by 9 wickets
18,19,20,21 November 1988 (5-day match)
  Australia 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
GR Marsh c Logie b Ambrose 27 106 68 3 0 39.70
DC Boon lbw b Marshall 10 56 52 1 0 19.23
MRJ Veletta b Hooper 37 182 107 2 0 34.57
GM Wood c Greenidge b Ambrose 6 16 15 1 0 40.00
AR Border* c †Dujon b Ambrose 4 29 26 0 0 15.38
SR Waugh lbw b Marshall 4 21 23 0 0 17.39
IA Healy c Logie b Walsh 27 83 73 1 0 36.98
AIC Dodemaide c Richards b Walsh 22 58 37 2 0 59.45
CJ McDermott c Logie b Walsh 2 6 10 0 0 20.00
CD Matthews c †Dujon b Walsh 1 16 15 0 0 6.66
TBA May not out 4 14 12 1 0 33.33
Extras (b 1, lb 5, w 1, nb 16) 23
  Total (all out; 69.3 overs; 298 mins) 167 (2.40 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
  MD Marshall 18 3 39 2 2.16 (5nb, 1w)
  BP Patterson 3.1 1 5 0 1.57
  CEL Ambrose 16.5 5 30 3 1.78 (7nb)
  CA Walsh 18.3 3 62 4 3.35 (4nb)
  CL Hooper 12 2 24 1 2.00
  IVA Richards 1 0 1 0 1.00
  West Indies 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
CG Greenidge b May 80 197 157 8 2 50.95
DL Haynes c †Healy b Waugh 40 176 121 5 0 33.05
RB Richardson lbw b Dodemaide 81 249 194 9 0 41.75
CL Hooper c Border b Waugh 1 11 11 0 0 9.09
IVA Richards* c McDermott b May 68 109 78 11 1 87.17
AL Logie c Border b May 19 47 22 2 0 86.36
PJL Dujon c May b McDermott 27 62 57 5 0 47.36
MD Marshall c Border b McDermott 11 51 26 1 0 42.30
CEL Ambrose not out 19 63 43 3 0 44.18
CA Walsh lbw b McDermott 0 7 2 0 0 0.00
BP Patterson lbw b Dodemaide 0 7 8 0 0 0.00
Extras (b 5, lb 9, w 6, nb 28) 48
  Total (all out; 113.4 overs; 494 mins) 394 (3.46 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
  CJ McDermott 28 3 99 3 3.53 (10nb)
  CD Matthews 21 3 62 0 2.95 (5nb, 5w)
  AIC Dodemaide 16.4 2 60 2 3.60 (1w)
  TBA May 29 6 90 3 3.10 (4nb)
  SR Waugh 18 2 61 2 3.38 (9nb)
  AR Border 1 0 8 0 8.00
  Australia 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
DC Boon c †Dujon b Marshall 12 20 19 2 0 63.15
GR Marsh lbw b Ambrose 2 26 10 0 0 20.00
MRJ Veletta c Hooper b Walsh 10 83 59 0 0 16.94
SR Waugh c Haynes b Marshall 90 250 167 9 0 53.89
GM Wood lbw b Walsh 0 1 1 0 0 0.00
AR Border* c Haynes b Ambrose 41 114 94 6 0 43.61
IA Healy c Ambrose b Marshall 28 85 66 1 0 42.42
AIC Dodemaide c Richards b Marshall 7 35 22 0 0 31.81
CJ McDermott not out 32 90 49 4 0 65.30
CD Matthews c sub (KLT Arthurton) b Walsh 32 44 31 5 0 103.22
TBA May c Hooper b Ambrose 5 39 26 0 0 19.23
Extras (b 4, lb 5, nb 21) 30
  Total (all out; 86.1 overs; 398 mins) 289 (3.35 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
  MD Marshall 26 2 92 4 3.53 (3nb)
  CEL Ambrose 26.1 5 78 3 2.98 (15nb)
  CA Walsh 19 3 61 3 3.21 (3nb)
  IVA Richards 11 4 26 0 2.36
  CL Hooper 4 0 23 0 5.75
  West Indies 2nd innings (target: 63 runs) R M B 4s 6s SR
CG Greenidge c †Healy b Dodemaide 16 50 45 2 0 35.55
DL Haynes not out 30 81 47 3 0 63.82
RB Richardson not out 7 30 29 0 0 24.13
Extras (lb 4, w 3, nb 3) 10
  Total (1 wicket; 19.1 overs; 81 mins) 63 (3.28 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ  
  CJ McDermott 4 0 12 0 3.00 (1nb)
  CD Matthews 3.5 1 18 0 4.69 (1nb, 3w)
  AIC Dodemaide 5.2 1 15 1 2.81
  SR Waugh 6 0 14 0 2.33 (1nb)

Match details


Toss - Australia, who chose to bat
Series - West Indies led the 5-match series 1-0
Player of the match - CEL Ambrose (West Indies)
Umpires - AR Crafter and PJ McConnell
Close of play
  • Fri, 18 Nov - day 1 - West Indies 1st innings 39/0 (CG Greenidge 24*, DL Haynes 5*)
  • Sat, 19 Nov - day 2 - West Indies 1st innings 366/7 (MD Marshall 3*, CEL Ambrose 2*)
  • Sun, 20 Nov - day 3 - Australia 2nd innings 200/6 (IA Healy 25*, AIC Dodemaide 0*)
  • Mon, 21 Nov - day 4 - West Indies 2nd innings 63/1 (19.1 ov) - end of match

Match Notes


Day 4
Day 3
Day 2
Day 1
General
    • Hours of play: 10.30am - 12.30pm, 1.10pm - 3.10pm, 3.30pm - 5.30pm
    • Scorers: DA Connell and JI Harris
    • 12th Men: DM Jones (Australia) and RA Harper (West Indies)
    • IVA Richard's 100th Test match (6th player to achieve this feat)
    • BP Patterson strained the ligaments in his right knee and was unable to complete his 4th over (8th of the innings). CEL Ambrose completed the over.
    • Lunch: Australia 64/2 (Veletta 13*, Wood 6*)
    • Tea: Australia 128/6 (Healy 19*, Dodemaide 0*)
    • When Richards caught Dodemaide it was his 100th Test catch (10th player to achieve this feat)
    • Attendance: 9676
    • CG Greenidge 50 in 136 mins from 109 balls, 4x4, 1x6
    • Lunch: West Indies 135/0 (Greenidge 64*, Haynes 40*)
    • Greenidge/Haynes 1st wicket parthership 135 in 176 mins from 240 balls
    • IVA Richards 50 in 78 mins from 60 balls, 8x4, 1x6
    • Tea: West Indies 248/3 (Richardson 34*, Richards 52*)
    • RB Richardson 50 in 177 mins from 132 balls, 5x4
    • Richardson/Richards 4th wicket partnership 108 in 109 mins from 159 balls
    • When 2, AL Logie completed 5000 First-class runs
    • New ball taken after 98.3 overs (West Indies 353/5)
    • Richardson/Dujon 6th wicket partnership 52 in 58 mins from 103 balls
    • At 5.30pm only 85 overs had been bowled (90 scheduled). Richardson and Dujon elected to bat on (First occurance in Tests)
    • Attendance: 7431
    • Lunch: Australia 40/2 (Veletta 6*, Waugh 12*)
    • SR Waugh was dropped by CG Greenidge on 18
    • Walsh took a hat-trick (Dodemaide in the 1st innings, Veletta and Wood in the 2nd innings. 18th hat-trick in Tests)
    • SR Waugh 50 in 134 mins from 95 balls, 6x4
    • Tea: Australia 114/4 (Waugh 62*, Border 12*)
    • Waugh/Border 5th wicket partnership 92 in 114 mins from 176 balls
    • SR Waugh's 90 was his highest Test innings to date (22 Tests)
    • Bad light ended play at 5.15pm
    • Attendance: 7585
    • McDermott/Matthews 9th wicket partnership 58 in 44 mins from 51 balls
    • Lunch: Australia 289
    • CD Matthews strained his side and was unable to complete his 4th over (8th of the innings). AIC Dodemaide completed the over.
    • West Indies won at 2.31pm with a single to Haynes and four overthows (Marsh missing the stumps)
    • Attendance: 1435 (Total: 26137)
 
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