- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Healy b McGrath032000.00b McGrath519310026.31c Lee b Waugh4264922165.62c Bevan b Law811111285272.97c Slater b Reiffel1819213094.73b Waugh1022310045.45run out (Ponting/Law)1430025.00b Lee52404842130.00run out (Ponting/Lee)516310031.25not out38140037.50b McGrath044000.00Extras14 (lb 3, nb 5, w 6)TOTAL231 all out (49.3 Overs, RR: 4.66)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (SC Williams), 2-27 (SL Campbell), 3-103 (PV Simmons), 4-133 (CL Hooper), 5-167 (RA Harper), 6-169 (CO Browne), 7-173 (RB Richardson), 8-220 (IR Bishop), 9-230 (OD Gibson), 10-231 (CA Walsh)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Browne b Bishop1420372070.00c Campbell b Ambrose043000.00c †Browne b Walsh511100045.45c Harper b Bishop61861164170.93c & b Simmons62991303062.62run out (sub [Holder])1732400053.12c Simmons b Walsh611121054.54c Walsh b Gibson1524351062.50run out (Richardson)14122210116.66b Gibson1250050.00not out00100-Extras22 (lb 6, nb 9, w 7)TOTAL217 all out (47.4 Overs, RR: 4.55)Fall of wickets: 1-1 (MJ Slater), 2-10 (ME Waugh), 3-27 (MA Taylor), 4-142 (RT Ponting), 5-179 (SG Law), 6-180 (MG Bevan), 7-187 (S Lee), 8-216 (PR Reiffel), 9-217 (IA Healy), 10-217 (CJ McDermott)
Player Of The Match
- During the lunch interval, a 2 by Richardson was adjudged to be a 4. Richardson's score was thus increased by 2 runs, and the West Indies total increased from 229 to 231 runs.
- Ponting 50 (4x4) off 73 balls
- Gibson is on a ODI hat trick, taking the final two wickets from the last two balls of the game.
- Crowd: 21632
In a summer which has proven to be pretty uneventful and one-sided, thearrival of Sri Lanka to the fray is much anticipated.