- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Gilchrist b McGrath042000.00c ME Waugh b B Lee016000.00c S Lee b B Lee1424363058.33b Warne2539605064.10c B Lee b McGrath18140012.50c †Gilchrist b B Lee3549935171.42c †Gilchrist b S Lee923331039.13b S Lee022000.00c ME Waugh b Warne11211008.33c Symonds b McGrath22193440115.78not out1350033.33Extras14 (lb 6, nb 2, w 6)TOTAL122 all out (30.1 Overs, RR: 4.04)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Craig Spearman, 0.4 ov), 2-0 (Nathan Astle, 1.1 ov), 3-30 (Stephen Fleming, 7.5 ov), 4-31 (Chris Cairns, 10.4 ov), 5-52 (Roger Twose, 13.3 ov), 6-81 (Chris Harris, 20.4 ov), 7-81 (Adam Parore, 20.6 ov), 8-84 (Scott Styris, 23.4 ov), 9-119 (Craig McMillan, 29.2 ov), 10-122 (Daniel Vettori, 30.1 ov)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Parore b Cairns27100028.57c Twose b Vettori1013182076.92c Styris b Vettori33264351126.92c Vettori b Wiseman50497492102.04c Cairns b Wiseman825251032.00not out418230022.22not out814111057.14Extras8 (lb 1, nb 4, w 3)TOTAL123/5 (24.4 Overs, RR: 4.98)Fall of wickets: 1-13 (Mark Waugh, 2.2 ov), 2-17 (Adam Gilchrist, 3.4 ov), 3-62 (Andrew Symonds, 10.2 ov), 4-98 (Michael Bevan, 17.4 ov), 5-112 (Matthew Hayden, 21.1 ov)
Player Of The Match
- New Zealand innings: 50 from 78 balls, 65 minutes; 100 from 159 balls, 13 minutes.
- Australia innings: 50 from 54 balls, 47 minutes; 100 from 112 balls, 83 minutes.
- ML Hayden: 50 from 46 balls, 70 minutes, 9x4, 2x6.
- PJ Wiseman: best bowling in a one day international.
- New Zealand innings: 1x7 ball over (called by umpire Cowie)
Cricket in New Zealand is on track
Too often in New Zealand's cricket history sides have got themselves into winning positions only to fail ram the advantage home
Pay-off time has arrived for the Black Caps who start their Test summer in Zimbabwe today
HAMILTON, NZ, April 3 AAP - Steve Waugh today predicted his Australian cricket team is only at the start of the record-breaking path it blazed throughout the summer, predicting another monumental harvest next season
Justin Langer's quick-fire century led Australia to a six-wicket win in thefinal test of the National Bank series in New Zealand, the virtuallyunchallenged march to the 210 needed for victory hardly in keeping with theebb and flow of the previous