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Australia v West Indies
West Indies in Australia 1988/89 (1st Test)
VenueBrisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane on 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st November 1988 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossAustralia won the toss and decided to bat
ResultWest Indies won by 9 wickets
UmpiresAR Crafter, PJ McConnell
ScorersDA Connell, JI Harris
Close of play day 1West Indies (1) 39/0 (Greenidge 24*, Haynes 5*)
Close of play day 2West Indies (1) 366/7 (Marshall 3*, Ambrose 2*)
Close of play day 3Australia (2) 200/6 (Healy 25*, Dodemaide 0*)
Man of the MatchCEL Ambrose

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GR Marshc Logie b Ambrose27681063- 
DC Boonlbw b Marshall1052561- 
MRJ Velettab Hooper371071822- 
GM Woodc Greenidge b Ambrose615161- 
*AR Borderc Dujon b Ambrose42629-- 
SR Waughlbw b Marshall42321-- 
+IA Healyc Logie b Walsh2773831- 
AIC Dodemaidec Richards b Walsh2237582- 
CJ McDermottc Logie b Walsh2106-- 
CD Matthewsc Dujon b Walsh11516-- 
TBA Maynot out412141- 
Extras(1 b, 5 lb, 16 nb, 1 w)23
Total(all out, 298 minutes, 69.3 overs)167
Fall of wickets:
1-19 (Boon), 2-52 (Marsh), 3-64 (Wood), 4-76 (Border), 5-86 (Waugh), 6-126 (Veletta), 7-138 (Healy), 8-140 (McDermott), 9-150 (Matthews), 10-167 (Dodemaide)
West Indies bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Marshall18   339215
Patterson3.1150--
Ambrose16.55303-7
Walsh18.33624-4
Hooper12   2241--
Richards1   010--

West Indies first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CG Greenidgeb May8015719782 
DL Haynesc Healy b Waugh401211765- 
RB Richardsonlbw b Dodemaide811942499- 
CL Hooperc Border b Waugh11111-- 
*IVA Richardsc McDermott b May6878109111 
AL Logiec Border b May1922472- 
+PJL Dujonc May b McDermott2757625- 
MD Marshallc Border b McDermott1126511- 
CEL Ambrosenot out1943633- 
CA Walshlbw b McDermott027-- 
BP Pattersonlbw b Dodemaide087-- 
Extras(5 b, 9 lb, 28 nb, 6 w)48
Total(all out, 494 minutes, 113.4 overs)394
Fall of wickets:
1-135 (Haynes), 2-156 (Greenidge), 3-162 (Hooper), 4-270 (Richards), 5-307 (Logie), 6-359 (Richardson), 7-361 (Dujon), 8-389 (Marshall), 9-393 (Walsh), 10-394 (Patterson)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
McDermott28   3993-10
Matthews21   362055
Dodemaide16.426021-
May29   6903-4
Waugh18   2612-9
Border1   080--

Australia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
DC Boonc Dujon b Marshall1219202- 
GR Marshlbw b Ambrose21026-- 
MRJ Velettac Hooper b Walsh105983-- 
SR Waughc Haynes b Marshall901672509- 
GM Woodlbw b Walsh011-- 
*AR Borderc Haynes b Ambrose41941146- 
+IA Healyc Ambrose b Marshall2866851- 
AIC Dodemaidec Richards b Marshall72235-- 
CJ McDermottnot out3249904- 
CD Matthewsc sub (KLT Arthurton) b Walsh3231445- 
TBA Mayc Hooper b Ambrose52639-- 
Extras(4 b, 5 lb, 21 nb)30
Total(all out, 398 minutes, 86.1 overs)289
Fall of wickets:
1-14 (Boon), 2-16 (Marsh), 3-65 (Veletta), 4-65 (Wood), 5-157 (Border), 6-199 (Waugh), 7-212 (Healy), 8-212 (Dodemaide), 9-270 (Matthews), 10-289 (May)
West Indies bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Marshall26   2924-3
Ambrose26.15783-15
Walsh19   3613-3
Richards11   4260--
Hooper4   0230--

West Indies second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
CG Greenidgec Healy b Dodemaide1645502- 
DL Haynesnot out3047813- 
RB Richardsonnot out72930-- 
CL Hooperdid not bat      
*IVA Richardsdid not bat      
AL Logiedid not bat      
+PJL Dujondid not bat      
MD Marshalldid not bat      
CEL Ambrosedid not bat      
CA Walshdid not bat      
BP Pattersondid not bat      
Extras(4 lb, 3 nb, 3 w)10
Total(1 wicket, 81 minutes, 19.1 overs)63
Fall of wickets:
1-43 (Greenidge)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
McDermott4   0120-1
Matthews3.5118031
Dodemaide5.21151--
Waugh6   0140-1

Notes
--> The match was scheduled for five days but completed in four.
--> Day 1 Lunch: Australia (1) 64/2 (Veletta 13*, Wood 6*)
--> Day 1 Tea: Australia (1) 128/6 (Healy 19*, Dodemaide 0*)
--> Day 2 Lunch: West Indies (1) 135/0 (Greenidge 64*, Haynes 40*)
--> Day 2 Tea: West Indies (1) 248/3 (Richardson 34*, Richards 52*)
--> Day 3 Lunch: Australia (2) 40/2 (Veletta 6*, Waugh 12*)
--> Day 3 Tea: Australia (2) 114/4 (Waugh 62*, Border 12*)
--> Day 4 Lunch: Australia (2) 289 all out
--> MRJ Veletta (1) passed 4000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 18
--> IA Healy (1) equalled his previous highest score of 27 in Test matches
--> CG Greenidge (1) 50 in 109 balls, 136 minutes with 4 fours and 1 six
--> RB Richardson (1) 50 in 132 balls, 177 minutes with 5 fours
--> IVA Richards (1) 50 in 60 balls, 78 minutes with 8 fours and 1 six
--> AL Logie (1) passed 5000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 2
--> MD Marshall (1) passed 7000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 2
--> SR Waugh (2) 50 in 95 balls, 134 minutes with 6 fours
--> SR Waugh (2) passed his previous highest score of 79 in Test matches
--> IA Healy (2) passed his previous highest score of 27 in Test matches
--> CD Matthews (2) passed his previous highest score of 11 in Test matches
--> SR Waugh reached 100 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed DL Haynes, his 1st wicket in the West Indies first innings
--> CA Walsh completed a hat-trick in the Australia second innings (Dodemaide (in the first innings), Veletta, Wood)

Hours of play: 10.30am - 12.30pm, 1.10pm - 3.10pm, 3.30pm - 5.30pm
12th Men: DM Jones (Australia) and RA Harper (West Indies)
BP Patterson strained the ligaments in his right knee and was unable to complete his 4th over (8th of the innings). CEL Ambrose completed the over.
Attendance: 9676
New ball taken after 98.3 overs (West Indies 353/5)
At 5.30pm only 85 overs had been bowled (90 scheduled). Richardson and Dujon elected to bat on (First occurance in Tests)
Attendance: 7431
SR Waugh was dropped by CG Greenidge on 18
Bad light ended play at 5.15pm
Attendance: 7585
CD Matthews strained his side and was unable to complete his 4th over (8th of the innings). AIC Dodemaide completed the over.
West Indies won at 2.31pm with a single to Haynes and four overthows (Marsh missing the stumps)
Attendance: 1435 (Total: 26137)

 

 

 

 

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