Result
1st Test, New Zealand Women tour of Australia at Sydney, Jan 12-15 1979
107.5 ov
254 & 256
Match drawn
New Zealand Women 1st Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSRvid
BL Bevege c †Stockton b Tredrea0-3000-
PF McKelvey (c)c Tredrea b Weir31-17220-
VL Burtt  b Hill16-5120-
LJ Murdoch lbw b Verco46-14650-
EL Miller c †Stockton b Weir23-5250-
SJ Rattray lbw b Verco15-4230-
CE Marett  b Tredrea49-13470-
J Lord c Laing b Weir21-4140-
EA Badham not out13-10800-
SH Brown c Verco b Lutschini7-3110-
EM Ryan run out10-2700-
Extras(b 7, lb 13, nb 2, w 1)23
TOTAL(111.4 Ov, RR: 1.7, 421 Mts)254
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Barb Bevege), 2-42 (Vicki Burtt), 3-82 (Trish McKelvey), 4-127 (Ev Miller), 5-127 (Lesley Murdoch), 6-162 (Sue Rattray), 7-194 (Jackie Lord), 8-225 (Carol Marett), 9-238 (Sue Brown), 10-254 (Edna Ryan, 111.4 ov)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
SA Tredrea2094021.5000
R Thompson27154101.1301
S Hill941611.3301
MJ Lutschini18.435412.1800
J Laing831201.1210
W Weir1214632.8700
DL Martin21100.3700
P Verco1582121.0500
Australia Women 1st Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSRvid
P Verco c Badham b Brown10-5710-
DL Martin c †Ryan b Badham36-18700-
J Stockton c Badham b Marett117-349110-
J Kennare c Bevege b Lord20-6300-
SA Tredrea (c)c Burtt b Brown11-1020-
J Laing lbw b Badham2-1200-
WJ Hills not out69-10470-
S Hill c Badham b Lord4-1300-
MJ Lutschini c Burtt b Lord6-800-
R Thompson not out3-900-
Extras(b 1, lb 2, w 1)4
TOTAL(94.5 Ov, RR: 2.23, 382 Mts)282/8d
Did not bat: W Weir 
Fall of wickets: 1-19 (Peta Verco), 2-98 (Debbie Martin), 3-143 (Jill Kennare), 4-156 (Sharon Tredrea), 5-160 (Judith Laing), 6-241 (Julie Stockton), 7-256 (Sharyn Hill), 8-271 (Marie Cornish)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
EA Badham2646621.9010
SH Brown1985322.0900
J Lord28.5110332.6900
CE Marett2055111.9100
SJ Rattray10503.7500
New Zealand Women 2nd Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSRvid
BL Bevege c Lutschini b Tredrea81-24050-
PF McKelvey (c)c Verco b Weir37-12030-
VL Burtt  b Verco17-6030-
EL Miller  b Tredrea27-7650-
SJ Rattray  b Thompson1-200-
J Lord  b Thompson0-800-
EA Badham  b Thompson30-11130-
CE Marett c †Stockton b Hill4-3000-
LJ Murdoch c Laing b Lutschini16-4020-
SH Brown c Laing b Lutschini19-5310-
EM Ryan not out8-1810-
Extras(b 11, lb 2, nb 1, w 2)16
TOTAL(107.5 Ov, RR: 1.78, 383 Mts)256
Fall of wickets: 1-80 (Trish McKelvey), 2-131 (Vicki Burtt), 3-171 (Barb Bevege), 4-172 (Sue Rattray), 5-172 (Jackie Lord), 6-174 (Ev Miller), 7-180 (Carol Marett), 8-216 (Lesley Murdoch), 9-241 (Eileen Badham), 10-256 (Sue Brown, 107.5 ov)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
SA Tredrea1262021.2510
R Thompson23103731.2000
S Hill74510.5310
MJ Lutschini22.573821.2500
J Laing603404.2500
W Weir1716112.6901
P Verco1362811.6100
WJ Hills41400.7500
J Stockton301303.2500
MATCH DETAILS
University Oval, Sydney
TossNew Zealand Women , elected to bat first
SeriesNew Zealand Women tour of Australia 1978/79
Series result3-match series level 0-0
Match numberWomen's Test no. 60
Season1978/79
Match days12,13,14,15 January 1979 (4-day match)
debut
Debbie Martin
Julie Stockton
Jill Kennare
Judith Laing
Sharyn Hill
Ev Miller
Eileen Badham
Lesley Murdoch
Sue Brown
Umpires
CLOSE OF PLAY
Fri, 12 Jan - day 1 - New Zealand Women 1st innings 225/7 (CE Marett 49*, EA Badham 7*)
Sat, 13 Jan - day 2 - Australia Women 1st innings 32/1 (DL Martin 12*, J Stockton 10*)
Sun, 14 Jan - day 3 - New Zealand Women 2nd innings 26/0 (BL Bevege 7*, PF McKelvey 19*)
Mon, 15 Jan - day 4 - New Zealand Women 2nd innings 256 (107.5 ov) - end of match
MATCH NOTES
Day 4
  • day 4 - New Zealand Women 2nd innings 256 (107.5 ov) - end of match
Day 3
  • day 3 - New Zealand Women 2nd innings 26/0 (BL Bevege 7*, PF McKelvey 19*)
Day 2
  • day 2 - Australia Women 1st innings 32/1 (DL Martin 12*, J Stockton 10*)
Day 1
  • day 1 - New Zealand Women 1st innings 225/7 (CE Marett 49*, EA Badham 7*)
Day 0
  • For this series Shell (New Zealand) donated a Rose Bowl for competition between Australia Women and New Zealand Women. Australia retained the Rose Bowl in the 1981/82 World Cup by beating New Zealand 3-0 in the games that they played against each other. In 1984/85 Shell agreed to sponsor an annual limited overs competition between the sides with the Rose Bowl dedicated specifically to it.
  • Scorers: CE Henshilwood, DA Hockley, EJ Sainsbury