• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    run out (Hussey)
    46
    140
    203
    5
    0
    32.85
    c Wright b Nicholson
    4
    9
    10
    0
    0
    44.44
    lbw b Tait
    21
    58
    74
    2
    0
    36.20
    c Rofe b Wright
    36
    45
    66
    7
    0
    80.00
    c †Seccombe b Tait
    30
    28
    29
    5
    0
    107.14
    c Hussey b Nicholson
    5
    5
    14
    1
    0
    100.00
    c Love b Nicholson
    49
    87
    112
    7
    0
    56.32
    lbw b Tait
    8
    10
    16
    1
    0
    80.00
    run out (Rofe)
    26
    64
    83
    4
    0
    40.62
    c Wright b Nicholson
    11
    31
    -
    1
    0
    35.48
    not out
    0
    23
    -
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    9 (lb 4, nb 5)
    TOTAL
    245 all out (82.5 Overs, RR: 2.95)
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 (S Ramesh, 2.3 ov), 2-51 (D Dasgupta, 21.3 ov), 3-104 (SR Tendulkar, 36.4 ov), 4-139 (V Sehwag, 43.4 ov), 5-149 (SC Ganguly, 46.2 ov), 6-150 (A Chopra, 47.2 ov), 7-162 (L Balaji, 51.2 ov), 8-233 (M Kartik, 73.3 ov), 9-233 (PA Patel, 74.3 ov), 10-245 (IK Pathan, 82.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    MJ Nicholson21.5132541.1400
    DG Wright1693312.0600
    CL White1316004.6100
    SW Tait2028534.2505
    PC Rofe1233803.1600

Close of Play

  • Fri, 19 Dec - day 1 - India 1st innings 37/1 (A Chopra 12*, D Dasgupta 18*, 13 ov)
  • Sat, 20 Dec - day 2 - Australia A 2nd innings 57/3 (BJ Hodge 11*, MJ Clarke 22*, 18 ov)
  • Sun, 21 Dec - day 3 - India 2nd innings 66/2 (33 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • Clarke century brightens drawn match

    Michael Clarke's unbeaten 131 was the highlight of a tame draw in the three-day tour match at Hobart

  • Indian bowlers fight back after batsmen struggle

    The second day of the three-day match at Hobart wasn't one for batsmen, with the Australian bowlers restricting the Indian total to 245, and the Indians striking back with three quick wickets, as Australia A ended the evening session at 45 for 3

  • Indian bowlers strike back after batsmen struggle

    The second day of the three-day match wasn't one for batsmen, with the Australian bowlers restricting the Indian total to 245, and the Indians striking back with three quick wickets, as Australia A ended the evening session at 45 for 3

  • Useful batting practice ahead?

    The first day belonged completely to Australia A, who batted with aggressive intent, and then dismissed Sadagoppan Ramesh in the 13 overs they bowled to the Indians

  • Love drives Australia A assault on Indians

    Australia A subjected the Indians to a hard day on the field, first racking up 311, and then testing their batsmen for 13 overs, dismissing Sadagoppan Ramesh in the process