Chappell–Hadlee Trophy

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Chappell–Hadlee Trophy
Administrator International Cricket Council
Format ODI
First tournament 2004–05
Last tournament 2010–11
Tournament format series
Number of teams 2
Current champion  Australia
Most successful  Australia (4)
Most runs Australia Michael Hussey (736)
Australia Ricky Ponting (670)
New Zealand Brendon McCullum (624)[1]
Most wickets Australia Mitchell Johnson (22)
New Zealand Daniel Vettori (20)
New Zealand Kyle Mills (18)[2]

The Chappell–Hadlee Trophy in cricket is a One Day International cricket series between Australia and New Zealand. It is named after legendary cricketing families from the two countries, the Chappell brothers (Ian, Gregory, and Trevor) of Australia and Walter Hadlee and his three sons, (Barry, Dayle and Sir Richard), of New Zealand.

The trophy is currently held by Australia, who defeated New Zealand in the one-match 2010–11 series. Australia has held the trophy continuously since its series win in 2007–08.[3] Australia has recorded four series wins to New Zealand's one.[4]

The trophy was contested annually from 2004–05 until 2009–10 as a three- or five-match series, and as a one-match series during the World Cup in 2010–11. However, the tournament is no longer an annual event, as under the ICC Future Tours Programme, the two sides are not scheduled to meet in a one-day series until the 2016–17 season.

Trophy history[edit]

Action from a Chappell–Hadlee Trophy match on 3 December 2005

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy matches have seen several notable results and records broken:

  • New Zealand has completed three notably large run chases in Chappell–Hadlee Trophy matches. In the third ODI in 2005–06 in Christchurch, New Zealand successfully chased Australia's total of 332, setting a new record for the highest run chase in ODI history; this record was surpassed by South Africa later in the 2005–06 season. Then, in the 2006–07 series, New Zealand successfully chased 336 in the second ODI in Auckland, and successfully chased 346 in the third ODI in Hamilton. For a time, these three matches were the second, third and fourth-highest run chases in ODI history.
  • In the first ODI in 2006–07 in Wellington, Australia was beaten by 10 wickets for the first time in ODI history. This was Australia's 646th ODI match.
  • After its loss in the second ODI in 2006–07 in Auckland, Australia lost the top spot in the ICC ODI Championship for the first time since the standings were introduced in October 2002, ending a streak of 52 consecutive months at the top.Note 1
  • In the third ODI in 2006–07 in Hamilton, Matthew Hayden scored 181 not out for Australia in the first innings, setting a new record for the highest individual innings by an Australian batsman; this record stood until 2011. Craig McMillan then scored a century in 67 balls in the second innings, which (until 1 January 2014, when both Corey Anderson (off 36 balls) and Jesse Ryder (off 46 balls) broke this record in the 3rd ODI vs West Indies in Queenstown) was the fastest ever ODI century by a New Zealand batsman.

Overall statistics[edit]

Series[edit]

Played Australia New Zealand Tied
7 4 1 2

Matches[edit]

Played Australia New Zealand Tied / No result
23 11 9 3

Series results[edit]

Season Host Result Player of the Series
2004–05 Australia Series tied 1–1 Daniel Vettori
2005–06 New Zealand Australia won 2–1 Stuart Clark
2006–07 New Zealand New Zealand won 3–0 Shane Bond
2007–08 Australia Australia won 2–0 Ricky Ponting
2008–09 Australia Series Tied 2–2 Michael Hussey
2009–10 New Zealand Australia won 3–2 Mitchell Johnson/Scott Styris
2010–11 India[5] Australia won 1–0 Mitchell Johnson

Series[edit]

2004–05 series in Australia[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2004–05. One-Day International series result: Series tied 1–1.

One-Day International Series
No. Date Australia captain New Zealand captain Venue Result
ODI 2196 5 Dec 2004 Ricky Ponting Stephen Fleming Telstra Dome, Melbourne NZ by 4 wickets
ODI 2198 8 Dec 2004 Ricky Ponting Stephen Fleming Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney AUS by 17 runs
ODI 2198a 10 Dec 2004 Ricky Ponting Stephen Fleming The Gabba, Brisbane No result (rain)

2005–06 series in New Zealand[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2005–06. One-Day International series result: Australia won 2–1.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 2301 3 Dec 2005 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Eden Park, Auckland AUS by 147 runs
ODI 2302 7 Dec 2005 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Westpac Stadium, Wellington AUS by 2 runs
ODI 2303 10 Dec 2005 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Jade Stadium, Christchurch NZ by 2 wickets

2006–07 series in New Zealand[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2006–07. One-Day International series result: New Zealand won 3–0.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 2524 16 Feb 2007 Stephen Fleming Michael Hussey Westpac Stadium, Wellington NZ by 10 wickets
ODI 2526 18 Feb 2007 Stephen Fleming Michael Hussey Eden Park, Auckland NZ by 5 wickets
ODI 2527 20 Feb 2007 Stephen Fleming Michael Hussey Seddon Park, Hamilton NZ by 1 wicket

2007–08 series in Australia[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2007–08. One-Day International series result: Australia won 2–0.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 2655 14 Dec 2007 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Adelaide Oval, Adelaide AUS by 7 wickets
ODI 2656 16 Dec 2007 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney No result (rain)
ODI 2657 20 Dec 2007 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Bellerive Oval, Hobart AUS 120 runs

2008–09 series in Australia[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2008–09. One-Day International series result: Australia retains trophy after 2–2 draw.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 2811 1 Feb 2009 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting WACA Ground, Perth NZ by 2 wickets
ODI 2816 6 Feb 2009 Daniel Vettori Michael Clarke Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne NZ by 6 wickets
ODI 2817 8 Feb 2009 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney AUS by 32 runs
ODI 2819 10 Feb 2009 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Adelaide Oval, Adelaide AUS by 6 wickets
ODI 2820 13 Feb 2009 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting The Gabba, Brisbane No result (rain)

2009–10 series in New Zealand[edit]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2009–10. One-Day International series result: Australia won 3–2.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 2966 3 March 2010 Ross Taylor Ricky Ponting McLean Park, Napier NZ by 2 wickets
ODI 2969 6 March 2010 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand AUS by 12 runs
ODI 2971 9 March 2010 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Seddon Park, Hamilton AUS by 6 wickets
ODI 2973 11 March 2010 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Eden Park, Auckland AUS by 6 wickets
ODI 2975 13 March 2010 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Westpac Stadium, Wellington NZ by 51 runs

2010–11 series in India (World Cup 2011)[edit]

The only scheduled ODI between Australia and New Zealand during the 2010–11 season was during the Group Stage of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, played in Nagpur, India, on 25 February 2011, so the countries agreed to contest the Chappell–Hadlee Trophy in this match. Australia won by 7 wickets.[6]

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy 2010–11. One-Day International series result: Australia won 1–0.

One-Day International Series
No. Date New Zealand captain Australia captain Venue Result
ODI 3107 25 February 2011 Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur AUS by 7 wickets

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hodge in one-day squad for New Zealand from Cricinfo
  2. ^ Vettori to lead New Zealand as Fleming undergoes surgery from Cricinfo
  3. ^ Cricinfo scorecard First ODI
  4. ^ Cricinfo scorecard Second ODI
  5. ^ New Zealand pull off record chase, from BBC Sport, published 10 December 2005
  6. ^ Cricinfo scorecard Third ODI

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