Carlton Series - 10th match

Australia v Zimbabwe

Australia won by 6 wickets (with 36 balls remaining)

Zimbabwe innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
ADR Campbell st †Haddin b Warne 124 183 142 10 1 87.32
GJ Whittall run out (†Haddin) 36 86 67 3 0 53.73
SV Carlisle c Symonds b Martyn 36 38 40 1 0 90.00
A Flower c Martyn b Warne 51 61 44 6 0 115.90
HH Streak* not out 10 12 5 0 1 200.00
GW Flower b McGrath 3 4 4 0 0 75.00
DP Viljoen b McGrath 1 3 2 0 0 50.00
Extras (lb 6, w 8, nb 4) 18
Total (6 wickets; 50 overs; 196 mins) 279 (5.58 runs per over)
Did not bat ML Nkala, AJ Mackay, BC Strang, BA Murphy
Fall of wickets 1-94 (Whittall, 22.3 ov), 2-164 (Carlisle, 34.3 ov), 3-265 (Campbell, 48.0 ov), 4-266 (A Flower, 48.3 ov), 5-269 (GW Flower, 49.1 ov), 6-279 (Viljoen, 49.6 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
GD McGrath 10 1 43 2 4.30
DW Fleming 10 0 46 0 4.60 (1nb, 2w)
IJ Harvey 10 1 54 0 5.40 (1nb, 2w)
SK Warne 9 0 51 2 5.66 (1nb, 2w)
A Symonds 7 0 51 0 7.28 (2w)
DR Martyn 4 0 28 1 7.00 (1nb)
Australia innings (target: 280 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
A Symonds c Viljoen b Murphy 60 57 47 12 0 127.65
ME Waugh not out 102 185 113 5 0 90.26
RT Ponting c Mackay b Nkala 6 12 7 0 0 85.71
SR Waugh* lbw b Murphy 79 77 71 6 2 111.26
BJ Haddin c Whittall b Murphy 13 12 11 2 0 118.18
IJ Harvey not out 13 18 17 2 0 76.47
Extras (b 3, lb 1, w 3, nb 2) 9
Total (4 wickets; 44 overs; 185 mins) 282 (6.40 runs per over)
Did not bat DR Martyn, DS Lehmann, SK Warne, DW Fleming, GD McGrath
Fall of wickets 1-89 (Symonds, 13.1 ov), 2-114 (Ponting, 16.5 ov), 3-234 (SR Waugh, 35.6 ov), 4-258 (Haddin, 39.1 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
HH Streak 10 0 49 0 4.90 (1nb)
BC Strang 6 0 42 0 7.00
ML Nkala 5 0 33 1 6.60
AJ Mackay 4 0 33 0 8.25
BA Murphy 10 0 52 3 5.20 (1w)
DP Viljoen 4 0 28 0 7.00
GJ Whittall 5 0 41 0 8.20 (1nb)
Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to field
Points Australia 2, Zimbabwe 0
ODI debut BJ Haddin (Australia)
Player of the match ADR Campbell (Zimbabwe)
Umpires SJ Davis and SJA Taufel
TV umpire JH Smeaton
Match referee DT Lindsay (South Africa)
Match notes
  • 12th Men: MG Bevan (Australia) and GJ Rennie (Zimbabwe)
  • Zimbabwe 50 in 41 mins, off 10.2 overs
  • Campbell/Whittall 1st wicket partnership 50 in 41 mins, off 63 balls
  • Campbell 50 in 83 mins, off 68 balls, 7x4
  • Zimbabwe 100 in 89 mins, off 24 overs
  • Campbell/Carlisle 2nd wicket partnership 50 in 24 mins, off 46 balls
  • Zimbabwe 150 in 116 mins, off 31.4 overs
  • Zimbabwe 200 in 144 mins, off 39.5 overs
  • Campbell 100 in 154 mins, off 121 balls, 10x4, 1x6
  • Campbell/A Flower 3rd wicket partnership 50 in 33 mins, off 47 balls
  • Zimbabwe 250 in 174 mins, off 46.1 overs
  • A Flower 50 in 55 mins, off 43 balls, 6x4
  • Campbell/A Flower 3rd wicket partnership 100 in 55 mins, off 82 balls
  • Australia 50 in 33 mins, off 7.5 overs
  • Symonds/ME Waugh 1st wicket partnership 50 in 33 mins, off 47 balls
  • Symonds 50 in 48 mins, off 40 balls, 10x4
  • Australia 100 in 65 mins, off 14.5 overs
  • Two runs taken off a wide from Murphy (worth 3 wides)
  • ME Waugh 50 in 92 mins, off 59 balls, 4x4
  • Australia 150 off 23.4 overs
  • SR Waugh 50 in 54 mins, off 50 balls, 3x4, 1x6
  • Australia 200 off 31.4 overs
  • Australia 250 off 38.3 overs
  • ME Waugh 100 in 185 mins, off 113 balls, 5x4
  • Attendance: 11 115
 
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Tournament Results
Australia v West Indies at Melbourne - Feb 9, 2001
Australia won by 39 runs
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Feb 7, 2001
Australia won by 134 runs
Australia v Zimbabwe at Perth - Feb 4, 2001
Australia won by 1 run
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Perth - Feb 2, 2001
West Indies won by 44 runs
Australia v Zimbabwe at Hobart - Jan 30, 2001
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 36 balls remaining)
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Jan 30, 2001

30 Jan 2001: Debutant Brad Haddin of Australia stumps Alistair Campbell of Zimbabwe, during the Carlton Series One Day International between Australia and Zimbabwe played at Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Australia.

30 Jan 2001: Debutant Brad Haddin of Australia stumps Alistair Campbell of Zimbabwe.

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