- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Parker b Hadlee58100062.50b McEwan721141374063.15c Edgar b Snedden901221617073.77c Edgar b Snedden3338472086.84not out18132310138.46not out651000120.00Extras11 (b 8, lb 3)TOTAL235/4 (50 Overs, RR: 4.7)Fall of wickets: 1-8 (AR Border), 2-153 (GM Wood), 3-199 (GS Chappell), 4-215 (MF Kent)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Kent b GS Chappell4281904051.85not out1021412027072.34c †Marsh b GS Chappell1820242090.00b Beard12101120120.00c TM Chappell b GS Chappell2540040.00c Wood b Beard1118210061.11c TM Chappell b Lillee24193010126.31lbw b TM Chappell42110200.00b TM Chappell43200133.33not out011000.00Extras10 (lb 10)TOTAL229/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.58)Fall of wickets: 1-85 (JG Wright), 2-117 (GP Howarth), 3-136 (BL Cairns), 4-139 (MG Burgess), 5-172 (PE McEwan), 6-221 (JM Parker), 7-225 (Sir RJ Hadlee), 8-229 (IDS Smith)
- 15 were required from the final over. Hadlee hit the first ball for 4, was lbw to the second. Smith took twos off ball 3 and 4, and was bowled by the 5th. McKechnie came to the wicket with 7 required, and Greg Chappell instructed his brother Trevor to bowl the final ball underarm, rolling along the ground.
For anyone who fell under cricket's spell in 1980s New Zealand, the Chappell brothers Greg and Trevor were a two-headed Australian monstrosity involved in the most dastardly act of cowardice and
Why Greg Chappell instructed brother Trevor to bowl the infamous underarm delivery, and the subsequent fallout