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List of international cricket five-wicket hauls on Australian cricket grounds

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The Australia national cricket team played its first Test match in 1877 and, along with England, is the joint-oldest recognised national cricket side in the world. It represents Australia and is organised by Cricket Australia, an organisation which has its roots in the formation of the Australasian Cricket Council in 1892.[lower-alpha 1] The team played in the first One Day International (ODI) in 1971, with England again as the opposition,[2] and in the first Twenty20 International (T20I) in 2005, with New Zealand the opponents.[3] The Australia women's cricket team played its first Test match in 1934, its first ODI in 1973 and its first T20I in 2005.[4] The first women's Test match took place on Exhibition Ground at Brisbane in 1934.

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer") refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[5] This article details the five-wicket hauls taken in official international Test, One Day International and Twenty20 International matches on Australian grounds.

The first five-wicket hauls in international cricket were taken in the 1877 Test match which took place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Three bowlers took five wickets in an innings in the match, Australia's Billy Midwinter taking the first five-wicket haul in the second innings of the match. England's Alfred Shaw and Australia's Tom Kendall also took five-wicket hauls during the match.[6] The first five-wicket hauls in women's international cricket also occurred in Australia; the first women's Test match in 1934 saw five-wicket hauls taken by Myrtle Maclagan, Anne Palmer and Mary Spear.

The first five-wicket haul in One Day International cricket in Australia was taken by West Indian bowler Andy Roberts in 1980 in a match against England during a tri-series competition. The first T20I five-wicket haul in the country was taken by Australian Molly Strano in 2017 in a match against New Zealand Women.[7]

Key[edit]

Symbol Meaning
Date Date the Test started or ODI/T20I was held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
O Number of overs bowled
R Number of runs conceded
W Number of wickets taken
Result Result of the match

Adelaide Oval[edit]

Albert Cricket Ground, Melbourne[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Albert Cricket Ground in 1979.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Albert Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Jackie Lord 26 January 1979  New Zealand  Australia 3 45.4[lower-alpha 2] 119 6 Drawn[8]

Bankstown Oval, Sydney[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Two five-wicket hauls have been taken in women's Test matches at Bankstown Oval.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Bankstown Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Lucy Pearson[upper-alpha 1] 22 February 2003  England  Australia 1 25 51 7 Drawn[10]
2 Rene Farrell[upper-alpha 2] 22 January 2011  Australia  England 3 17 23 5 Australia won[11]

Barton Oval, Adelaide[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Barton Oval in 1968.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Barton Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Miriam Knee 27 December 1968  Australia  England 1 22[lower-alpha 2] 49 5 Drawn[12]

Bellerive Oval, Hobart[edit]

Bradman Oval, Bowral[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Bradman Oval in Bowral in 2008.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Bradman Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Isa Guha 15 February 2008  England  Australia 1 18.5 40 5 England won[13]

Brisbane Cricket Ground[edit]

Carey Grammar School, Melbourne[edit]

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's ODI at Carey Grammar School during the 1988 Women's Cricket World Cup.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Carey Grammar School
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Lyn Fullston 14 December 1988[lower-alpha 3]  Australia  Netherlands 2 12 28 5 Australia won[14]

Cazaly's Stadium, Cairns[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns, Queensland has hosted two Men's Test matches and two Men's ODIs. Stuart MacGill took two five-wicket hauls in the first Test played on the ground in 2003 and in 2004 Sri Lanka's Upul Chandana took two sets of five wickets in the other Test match played there. No five-wicket hauls were taken in either ODI played at the ground, both of which were played in 2003. The ground has not been used for international cricket since 2004.[15]

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Cazaly's Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Stuart MacGill[upper-alpha 3] 25 July 2003  Australia  Bangladesh 1 24 77 Australia won[16]
2 Stuart MacGill[upper-alpha 3] 25 July 2003  Australia  Bangladesh 3 20 56 5 Australia won[16]
3 Upul Chandana[upper-alpha 4] 9 July 2004  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 26 109 5 Drawn[17]
4 Upul Chandana[upper-alpha 4] 9 July 2004  Sri Lanka  Australia 3 18.4 101 5 Drawn[17]

Docklands Stadium, Melbourne[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Melbourne's Docklands Stadium hosted 12 Men's One Day Internationals between 2000 and 2006.[18] A single five-wicket haul was taken in these matches by Australian Brett Lee in 2006.

Five-wicket hauls in Men's One Day Internationals at Docklands Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Brett Lee 20 January 2006  Australia  South Africa 2 10 22 5 Australia won[19]

Exhibition Ground, Brisbane[edit]

The Exhibition Ground in Brisbane hosted two men's Test matches, one in 1928 and the other in 1931, and a single women's Test match in 1934. This was the first women's Test match to be played. Six five-wicket hauls were taken during these matches, two of them by Clarrie Grimmett who took one in each men's match. Three of the five-wicket hauls were taken in the women's match. The ground is no longer used for cricket.[20]

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Brisbane Exhibition Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Harold Larwood 30 November 1928  England  Australia 2 14.4 32 6 England won[21]
2 Clarrie Grimmett 30 November 1928  Australia  England 3 44.1 131 6 England won[21]
3 Clarrie Grimmett 16 January 1931  Australia  West Indies 3 14.3 49 5 Australia won[22]
Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Brisbane Exhibition Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Myrtle Maclagan[upper-alpha 5] 28 December 1934  England  Australia 1 17 10 7 England won[23]
2 Anne Palmer[upper-alpha 5] 28 December 1934  Australia  England 2 13.2 18 7 England won[23]
3 Mary Spear[upper-alpha 5] 28 December 1934  England  Australia 3 34 15 5 England won[23]

Hale School, Perth[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Hale School in 1977.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Hale School
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Shubhangi Kulkarni 15 January 1977  India  Australia 1 22.2[lower-alpha 2] 99 6 Australia won[24]

Junction Oval, Melbourne[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Eight five-wicket hauls have been taken in women's international matches at Junction Oval, Melbourne.

Test matches[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Junction Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Mary Duggan 21 February 1958  England  Australia 1 14.5 6 7 Drawn[25]
2 Betty Wilson[upper-alpha 6] 21 February 1958  Australia  England 2 10.3 7 7 Drawn[25]
3 Anne Gordon[upper-alpha 7] 10 January 1968  Australia  England 1 28[lower-alpha 2] 61 5 Drawn[26]
4 Anne Gordon[upper-alpha 7] 10 January 1968  Australia  England 1 28[lower-alpha 2] 57 5 Drawn[26]
5 Lesley Johnston[upper-alpha 8] 10 January 1968  Australia  New Zealand 1 13.2[lower-alpha 2] 24 7 New Zealand won[27]
6 Pat Carrick 10 January 1968  New Zealand  Australia 2 19.4[lower-alpha 2] 29 6 New Zealand won[27]

One Day Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Oe Day Internationals at Junction Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Ellyse Perry 17 February 2010  Australia  New Zealand 1 9.3 31 5 Australia won[28]

Twenty20 Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Twenty20 Internationals at Junction Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Jess Jonassen 12 February 2020  Australia  India 2 4 12 5 Australia won[29]

Kardinia Park, Geelong[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul has been taken in international cricket at Kardinia Park in Geelong in a women's T20I match.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Kardinia Park
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Molly Strano[upper-alpha 9] 19 February 2017  Australia  New Zealand 1 4 10 5 New Zealand won[30]

Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A five-wicket haul was taken in the first international match played at Karen Rolton Oval in 2019.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Karen Rolton Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Jess Jonassen 24 February 2019  Australia  New Zealand 2 8 27 5 Australia won[31]

Manuka Oval, Canberra[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Manuka Oval in Canberra hosted its first men's ODI in 1992, although it was not used as an international venue again until 2008. It has hosted a single Test match as well as ODI and T20I matches.[32]

The only Test match played on the ground saw two five-wicket hauls taken by Australian Mitchell Starc. The only other five-wicket haul on the ground was taken in an ODI in 2016 by Kane Richardson.

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Manuka Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Mitchell Starc[upper-alpha 10] 1 February 2019  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 13.3 54 5 Australia won[33]
2 Mitchell Starc[upper-alpha 10] 1 February 2019  Australia  Sri Lanka 4 18 46 5 Australia won[33]
Five-wicket hauls in Men's One Day Internationals at Manuka Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Kane Richardson 20 January 2016  Australia  India 2 10 69 5 Australia won[34]

Marrara Oval, Darwin[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Marrara Oval in Darwin, Northern Territory, hosted its first international matches in 2003. Two men's Test matches were played on the ground, one in 2003 and the other the following year, and it has hosted four men's One Day Internationals. The last international matches were played on the ground in 2008.[35]

Four five-wicket hauls were taken on the ground, all of them in Test matches.

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Marrara Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Stuart MacGill 18 July 2003  Australia  Bangladesh 3 13.1 65 5 Australia won[36]
2 Chaminda Vaas 1 July 2004  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 18.3 31 5 Australia won[37]
3 Glenn McGrath 1 July 2004  Australia  Sri Lanka 2 18.3 31 5 Australia won[37]
4 Michael Kasprowicz 1 July 2004  Australia  Sri Lanka 4 17.4 39 7 Australia won[37]

Melbourne Cricket Ground[edit]

North Sydney Oval[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Three five-wicket hauls have been taken in women's international matches at North Sydney Oval.

Test matches[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at North Sydney Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Lesley Clifford 25 January 1969  England  Australia 1 20[lower-alpha 2] 51 5 Drawn[38]
2 Lorraine Kutcher 25 January 1969  Australia  England 2 20[lower-alpha 2] 49 5 Drawn[38]

One Day Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at North Sydney Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Laura Marsh 25 February 2006[lower-alpha 4]  England  Pakistan 1 10 15 5 England won[39]

No. 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A five-wicket haul was taken during the first international match to be held on No. 1 Sports Ground in Newcastle, New South Wales.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at No. 1 Sport's Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Charmaine Mason 3 February 2000  Australia  England 2 6 9 5 Australia won[40]

Oakes Oval, Lismore[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken during a women's ODI at Oakes Oval in Lismore, New South Wales.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Oakes Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Joanne Broadbent 13 January 1993  Australia  New Zealand 2 6.2 10 5 Australia won[41]

Perth Stadium[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

Perth Stadium hosted its first international match in 2018. It was built as a replacement for the WACA Ground.[42] Six five-wicket hauls have been taken in intentional matches on the ground.

Test matches[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at Perth Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Nathan Lyon 14 December 2018  Australia  India 2 34.5 67 5 Australia won[43]
2 Mohammed Shami 14 December 2018  India  Australia 3 24 56 6 Australia won[43]
3 Mitchell Starc 12 December 2019  Australia  New Zealand 2 38 52 5 Australia won[44]
4 Tim Southee 12 December 2019  New Zealand  Australia 3 21.1 69 5 Australia won[44]

One Day Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Men's One Day Internationals at Perth Stadium
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Andrew Tye[upper-alpha 11] 28 January 2018  Australia  England 1 9.4 46 5 England won[45]
2 Tom Curran[upper-alpha 11] 28 January 2018  England  Australia 2 9.2 35 5 England won[45]

Queen Elizabeth II Oval, Bendigo[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Queen Elizabeth Oval in Bendigo in 1985.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Queen Elizabeth Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Raelee Thompson 25 January 1985  Australia  England 1 28 33 5 Australia won[46]

Richmond Cricket Ground, Melbourne[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Richmond Cricket Ground in 1991.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Richmond Cricket Ground
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Debbie Wilson 9 February 1991  Australia  India 1 21 27 5 Drawn[47]

St Peters College, Adelaide[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's ODI at St Peters College in 2006.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at St Peters College
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Cathryn Fitzpatrick 25 February 2006  Australia  India 1 8.3 29 5 Australia won[48]

Sydney Cricket Ground[edit]

Unley Oval, Adelaide[edit]

As of 20 February 2020

A single five-wicket haul was taken in a women's Test match at Unley Oval in 1979.

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Unley Oval
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Jackie Lord 19 January 1979  New Zealand  Australia 2 18.5[lower-alpha 2] 78 5 Australia won[49]

W.A.C.A Ground[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. The Australasian Cricket Council was formed when the cricket associations of the colonies of New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria came together. The Federation of Australia in 1901 created the modern Australian state and the Australian Board of Control for International Cricket was formed in 1905. This became the Australian Cricket Board in 1973 and Cricket Australia in 2003.[1]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Eight-ball overs were used in this match.
  3. This match was part of the 1988 Women's Cricket World Cup.
  4. This match was part of the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup.
  1. Pearson went on to take four wickets in Australia's second innings, becoming only the second female cricketer to take 11 wickets in a Test match.[9]
  2. Farrell's five-wicket haul included a hat-trick.
  3. 3.0 3.1 MacGill took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Chandana took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 This was the first women's Test match to be played. As a result, Maclagen, Palmer and Spear were all making their Test match debuts.
  6. Wilson's five-wicket haul included a hat-trick.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Gordon took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  8. Johnston's five-wicket haul was taken on her Test match debut.
  9. Strano's five-wicket haul was the first taken in T20I cricket in Australia and the best by an Australian woman in T20Is at the time.[7]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Starc took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Tye and Curran took their five-wicket hauls during the same ODI, the first international match played at Perth Stadium.

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