• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Nevill b Hazlewood
    51
    145
    189
    2
    0
    35.17
    c Katich b Hazlewood
    11
    35
    44
    2
    0
    31.42
    c †Nevill b Copeland
    5
    25
    41
    1
    0
    20.00
    lbw b Copeland
    12
    28
    42
    1
    0
    42.85
    c Katich b Lalor
    47
    58
    78
    6
    0
    81.03
    c Copeland b Lalor
    9
    20
    30
    1
    0
    45.00
    lbw b Katich
    73
    133
    197
    10
    0
    54.88
    c Jaques b Hazlewood
    16
    31
    41
    3
    0
    51.61
    not out
    102
    157
    205
    16
    0
    64.96
    c van der Gugten b Katich
    22
    28
    27
    3
    0
    78.57
    b Hazlewood
    10
    30
    33
    2
    0
    33.33
    Extras
    7 (b 4, lb 2, nb 1)
    TOTAL
    365 all out (114.4 Overs, RR: 3.18, 468 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-24 (Marcus Harris, 11.6 ov), 2-41 (Travis Birt, 22.4 ov), 3-69 (Tom Beaton, 32.1 ov), 4-120 (Wes Robinson, 44.6 ov), 5-135 (Mitchell Marsh, 50.1 ov), 6-142 (Michael Johnson, 52.3 ov), 7-177 (Drew Porter, 62.4 ov), 8-289 (Marcus North, 97.5 ov), 9-329 (Michael Hogan, 105.1 ov), 10-365 (Jason Behrendorff, 114.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    TA Copeland33146221.8700
    JK Lalor1525923.9301
    JR Hazlewood31.4411143.5000
    T van der Gugten2047903.9500
    SM Katich1414623.2800
    SO Henry10202.0000

Close of Play

  • Fri, 25 Nov - day 1 - Western Australia 1st innings 37/0 (WM Robinson 22*, MS Harris 13*, 21.2 ov)
  • Sat, 26 Nov - day 2 - New South Wales 1st innings 84/2 (PA Jaques 38*, SM Katich 3*, 28 ov)
  • Sun, 27 Nov - day 3 - Western Australia 2nd innings 36/1 (WM Robinson 17*, TR Birt 4*, 19 ov)
  • Mon, 28 Nov - day 4 - New South Wales 2nd innings 78/4 (13.2 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • Blues win despite Rimmington ton

    A remarkable century from the fast bowler Nathan Rimmington was not enough to save Western Australia as New South Wales wrapped up a six-wicket win in Sydney

  • Patterson debut ton powers NSW

    Kurtis Patterson became the youngest batsman to score a century in Sheffield Shield as New South Wales took an overwhelming lead of 291 against Western Australia at the SCG.

  • Hazlewood helps skittle Western Australia for 150

    New South Wales gained the advantage over Western Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, bowling them out for 150 and reaching 2 for 48 in response

NSW 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st4PA JaquesSO Henry
2nd25PA JaquesTD Cruickshank
3rd0BJ RohrerTD Cruickshank
4th35PM NevillTD Cruickshank
5th14TD CruickshankKR Patterson