Australia tour of New Zealand, 3rd ODI: New Zealand v Australia at Hamilton, Mar 9, 2010
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)
9 March 2010 - day/night match (50-over match)
14.1

Hauritz to Taylor, FOUR, Hauritz gives it air to start with and Taylor goes down on one knee early, it dips on him but he sweeps it fine of deep square leg for four

14.2

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, swept from well outside off to deep mid wicket with no timing

14.3

Hauritz to Broom, no run, tossed up and Broom defends off the inside edge

14.4

Hauritz to Broom, no run, flighted again and Broom plays it later this time and times it nicely to cover

14.5

Hauritz to Broom, 1 run, flatter and in at the pads and Broom works into the leg side for an easy single

14.6

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, tossed up again but straighter this time and Taylor whips it through square leg to the sweeper

New Zealand 80/3   NM Hauritz 1-0-7-0
16.1

Hauritz to Broom, 1 bye, nicely flighted from Hauritz and Broom is beaten on the inside edge and Haddin can't hold on and they take a bye. That has turned a mile from outside off

16.2

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, well flighted and Taylor drives through mid off

16.3

Hauritz to Broom, no run, slightly flatter and Broom cuts to backward point

16.4

Hauritz to Broom, no run, tossed up and Broom uses his feet and plays back to the bowler

16.5

Hauritz to Broom, 1 run, full outside off and Broom waits for it and drives through mid on for a single

16.6

Hauritz to Taylor, 2 runs, nicely flighted and Taylor plays nicely into the leg side and the pair run a quick couple to square leg

New Zealand 87/3   NM Hauritz 2-0-11-0
18.1

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, tossed up outside off and Taylor uses the pace to play through backward point to the sweeper

18.2

Hauritz to Broom, no run, well flighted and Broom tries to sweep but misses

18.3

Hauritz to Broom, 1 run, nicely flighted again and Broom moves across to the line outside off and works it through mid on

18.4

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, straighter to Taylor and he plays through square leg

18.5

Hauritz to Broom, 1 wide, arm ball from Hauritz and there's some encouraging drift but it's outside the wide line, Broom looks to cut but misses

18.5

Hauritz to Broom, 1 run, tossed up and Broom defends into the off side for a well run single

18.6

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, tossed up nicely again and Taylor pushes with soft hands into the off side for another single

New Zealand 98/3   NM Hauritz 3-0-17-0
20.1

Hauritz to Broom, 1 run, full and Broom pushes forward and plays into the off side

20.2

Hauritz to Taylor, no run, full and slow outside off, Taylor tries to sweep it fine but misses

20.3

Hauritz to Taylor, no run, Taylor shapes to come down the track but sees it is short and cuts to backward point

20.4

Hauritz to Taylor, SIX, tossed up again wide of off stump and Taylor goes down on one knee and slog sweeps over long on for six

20.5

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, full again and Taylor is forced to wait for this one and he square drives forward of point in the gap

20.6

Hauritz to Broom, no run, flatter and Broom goes to cut but misses

New Zealand 118/3   NM Hauritz 4-0-25-0
26.1

Hauritz to Taylor, no run, good length and Taylor plays back to the bowler

26.2

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, good length again and Taylor plays later this time and into the off side for a quick single

26.3

Hauritz to Styris, no run, tossed up outside off and Styris leaves

26.4

Hauritz to Styris, no run, flatter this time and he guides to short third man

26.5

Hauritz to Styris, no run, well flighted and this one really turns, hitting Johnson's footmarks and it takes Styrius on the pads as he looks to play into the off side

26.6

Hauritz to Styris, no run, Styris plays a pre-meditated sweep and misses outside off stump, well bowled by Hauritz

New Zealand 138/4   NM Hauritz 5-0-26-0
28.1

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, nicely flighted outside off and full and Styris drives to long on

28.2

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, good length and Taylor plays with soft hands to backward point and they take a quick single as the ball hits Taylor in thr back from the throw at the stumps

28.3

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, full and straight and worked into the leg side

28.4

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, full and straight again and Taylor whips it through the leg side

28.5

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, wide of off stump again and Styris works it from well outside off through backward square on the leg side

28.6

Hauritz to Taylor, 1 run, too straight and whipped into the leg side again

New Zealand 146/4   NM Hauritz 6-0-32-0
36.1

Hauritz to Styris, no run, tossed up and worked to Ponting at mid wicket

36.2

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, short outside off and Styris cuts to deep point

36.3

Hauritz to Hopkins, 1 run, short again outside off and Hopkins drives through point to the sweeper

36.4

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, fuller and straighter and Styris works it through square leg for a single

36.5

Hauritz to Hopkins, no run, well flighted outside off and Hopkins comes forward and tries to play into the off side but misses and Haddin takes the bails off but he never left the crease

36.6

Hauritz to Hopkins, 1 run, tossed up outside off and Hopkins moves across his stumps and plays through square leg

New Zealand 186/5   NM Hauritz 7-0-36-0
38.1

Hauritz to Hopkins, no run, nicely flighted outside off and Hopkins tries to sweep but can't get enough on it

38.2

Hauritz to Hopkins, 1 run, Hopkins walks across his stumps and whips it through the leg side

38.3

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, Styris moves across to the off side and works it behind square on the leg side with soft hands

38.4

Hauritz to Hopkins, no run, played straight to mid wicket from outside off

38.5

Hauritz to Hopkins, 1 run, short and wide and cut to deep point

38.6

Hauritz to Styris, 1 run, tossed up on off stump and Styris drives nicely to long on. New Zealand content on taking the singles as they work towards the batting power play... when will they take it?

New Zealand 191/5   NM Hauritz 8-0-40-0
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