Chappell-Hadlee Trophy - 3rd ODI

New Zealand v Australia

Australia won by 6 wickets (with 16 balls remaining)

0.6

Harris to Ingram, OUT, cracking delivery from Harris, he hits a good length and Ingram plays without intent and edges through to Haddin who takes the simplest of catches. Great start for Australia

PJ Ingram c †Haddin b Harris 5 (4m 3b 1x4 0x6) SR: 166.66

New Zealand 7/1   BB McCullum 2* (3b)   RJ Harris 1-0-7-1

7.2

Bollinger to McCullum, OUT, good length, McCullum moves back and looks to push into the off side, it takes the inside edge back onto his pads and then onto the stumps and Bollinger is rapt with that. Well bowled, the change of angle did the trick

BB McCullum b Bollinger 23 (33m 25b 3x4 0x6) SR: 92.00

New Zealand 45/2   MJ Guptill 15* (18b 3x4)   DE Bollinger 3.2-0-19-1

10.4

Johnson to Guptill, OUT, fuller, a fraction slower and Guptill drives from low on the bat in the air to White at short cover who takes a very easy catch, well bowled Johnson and the Australians are delighted

MJ Guptill c White b Johnson 21 (44m 28b 4x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

New Zealand 55/3   LRPL Taylor 4* (10b 1x4)   MG Johnson 2.4-0-8-1

22.6

Johnson to Broom, OUT, cracking ball from Johnson as he spears it into leg stump, it swings away just enough and Broom is squared up trying to play to mid on/mid wicket and it takes the edge through to Watson at first slip. Australia and Johnson break what was a promising partnership

NT Broom c Watson b Johnson 24 (49m 40b 2x4 0x6) SR: 60.00

New Zealand 126/4   LRPL Taylor 47* (44b 3x4 2x6)   MG Johnson 5-1-16-2

29.2

Watson to Taylor, OUT, bumper from Watson and Taylor takes the bait, pulling off the top edge out to Hussey on the square leg fence, he moves forward and takes the catch low down. Watson has a real knack of taking wickets at crucial times and there's another. Advantage Australia. Taylor absolutely furious with himself

LRPL Taylor c Hussey b Watson 62 (90m 66b 4x4 2x6) SR: 93.93

New Zealand 146/5   SB Styris 5* (16b)   SR Watson 2.2-0-5-1

41.5

Watson to Styris, OUT, fuller from Watson, Styris tires to hit him straight down the ground over the top, he plays too early and gets it high in the air and Harris moves forward from long off to take the catch at mid off

SB Styris c Harris b Watson 41 (79m 51b 1x4 1x6) SR: 80.39

New Zealand 213/6   GJ Hopkins 29* (40b 1x4 1x6)   SR Watson 4.5-0-16-2

42.2

Johnson to Vettori, OUT, Vettori moves back and pushes into the off side and sets off for a run, taking on Ponting at cover, Ponting picks it up and hits the stumps to find Vettori just short of his ground, superb fielding from the skipper!

DL Vettori run out 0 (3m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

New Zealand 213/7   GJ Hopkins 29* (41b 1x4 1x6)   MG Johnson 7.2-1-24-2

45.1

Harris to Hopkins, OUT, low full toss and Hopkins drives in the air to Watson at mid off. He got underneath it but got it high on the blade with no timing whatsoever. Important breakthrough for Australia with only Southee and Mason to come

GJ Hopkins c Watson b Harris 45 (73m 51b 3x4 2x6) SR: 88.23

New Zealand 240/8   SE Bond 9* (7b 1x6)   RJ Harris 6.1-0-43-2

45.5

Harris to Southee, OUT, Southee walks slightly across his stumps and tries to work it through the leg side and it sneaks past his pads and takes leg stump and New Zealand sink further into trouble! Harris with another breakthrough

TG Southee b Harris 1 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

New Zealand 243/9   SE Bond 11* (9b 1x6)   RJ Harris 6.5-0-46-3

46.2

Johnson to Bond, OUT, full and straight and Bond drives and edges through to Haddin and Australia wrap up the innings quickly.

SE Bond c †Haddin b Johnson 11 (20m 11b 0x4 1x6) SR: 100.00

New Zealand 245/10   MJ Mason 2* (1b)   MG Johnson 9.2-1-41-3
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Photos

Mar 9, 2010

Adam Voges and Cameron White shake hands after guiding Australia to victory, New Zealand v Australia, 3rd ODI, Hamilton, March 9, 2010

Adam Voges and Cameron White shake hands after guiding Australia to victory

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Mar 9, 2010

Brad Haddin celebrates his second one-day international century, New Zealand v Australia, 3rd ODI, Hamilton, March 9, 2010

Brad Haddin celebrates his second one-day international century

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