Australian cricket team in New Zealand in 2009–10

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Australian cricket team in New Zealand in 2010
  Flag of New Zealand.svg Flag of Australia.svg
  New Zealand Australia
Dates 26 February – 31 March 2010
Captains Daniel Vettori
Ross Taylor (First ODI)
Ricky Ponting
Michael Clarke (Twenty20)
Test series
Result Australia won the 2-match series 2–0
Most runs Ross Taylor 206 Simon Katich 291
Most wickets Daniel Vettori 7 Doug Bollinger &
Mitchell Johnson 12
One Day International series
Results Australia won the 5-match series 3–2
Most runs Scott Styris 199 Michael Hussey 198
Most wickets Shane Bond 9 Mitchell Johnson 12
Twenty20 International series
Results 2-match series drawn 1–1
Most runs Brendon McCullum 118 Michael Clarke 85
Most wickets Shane Bond 3 Shaun Tait 4

The Australian cricket team toured New Zealand from 26 February to 31 March 2010. The tour consisted of two Twenty20s (T20), five One Day Internationals (ODIs) and two Tests.[1] Due to sponsorship, the tour was referred to as The National Bank Series,[1] with the New Zealand team's major sponsor the National Bank of New Zealand,[2] and the Australian team's major sponsor Victoria Bitter.[3]

The T20 series was tied, with each team winning one of the matches. The Chappell–Hadlee Trophy—awarded to the winner of the annual series of ODI matches between the two nations—was retained by Australia for the third series in a row by defeating New Zealand 3–2. The Trans Tasman Trophy—awarded to the winner of each test series between Australia and New Zealand—was retained by Australia for the eighth series in a row, after they defeated New Zealand 2–0.[4]

The next series for both teams will be the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 in April and May.[5]

Squads[edit]

Twenty20 squads ODI squads Test squads
 New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand  Australia
Daniel Vettori (c) Michael Clarke (c) Daniel Vettori (c) Ricky Ponting (c) Daniel Vettori (c) Ricky Ponting (c)
Shane Bond Cameron White (vc) Shane Bond Michael Clarke (vc)[S 1] Brent Arnel Michael Clarke (vc)
James Franklin Travis Birt Neil Broom George Bailey[S 1] James Franklin[S 2] Doug Bollinger
Martin Guptill Daniel Christian James Franklin Doug Bollinger Martin Guptill Brad Haddin(wk)
Gareth Hopkins (wk) Brad Haddin (wk) Martin Guptill Brad Haddin (wk) Peter Ingram Ryan Harris
Peter Ingram Ryan Harris Gareth Hopkins (wk) Ryan Harris Brendon McCullum (wk) Nathan Hauritz
Brendon McCullum (wk) Nathan Hauritz Peter Ingram Nathan Hauritz Tim McIntosh Phillip Hughes
Nathan McCullum David Hussey Brendon McCullum (wk) James Hopes Chris Martin Michael Hussey
Jacob Oram Michael Hussey Nathan McCullum Michael Hussey Jeetan Patel Mitchell Johnson
Tim Southee Mitchell Johnson Michael Mason[S 3] Mitchell Johnson Mathew Sinclair Simon Katich
Ross Taylor Shaun Marsh[S 4] Jacob Oram[S 5] Clint McKay Tim Southee Clint McKay
Daryl Tuffey Dirk Nannes Tim Southee Shaun Marsh[S 4] Ross Taylor Marcus North
Steve Smith Shanan Stewart[S 6] Adam Voges Daryl Tuffey[S 7] Steve Smith
Shaun Tait Scott Styris Shane Watson BJ Watling Shane Watson
David Warner Ross Taylor Cameron White Kane Williamson[S 8]  
Shane Watson Daryl Tuffey  
[8] [9] [10][11] [12] [13][14] [15]


Notes
  1. ^ a b Michael Clarke was originally selected for the Australian ODI squad, but withdrew himself from the tour for personal reasons before the third match.[6] George Bailey was added to the squad as a replacement.[7]
  2. ^ James Franklin was not in the New Zealand Test squad for the first match, but was added for the second.
  3. ^ Michael Mason was not in the New Zealand ODI squad for the first two matches, but was added for the remaining three.
  4. ^ a b Shaun Marsh was originally selected for the Australian T20 & ODI squads, but was ruled out through injury and withdrawn.[16][17]
  5. ^ Jacob Oram was selected for the New Zealand ODI squad for the first two matches, but was ruled out through injury for the remaining three.
  6. ^ Shanan Stewart was not in the New Zealand ODI squad for the first two matches, but was added for the remaining three.
  7. ^ Daryl Tuffey was selected for the New Zealand Test squad for the first match, but was ruled out through injury for the second.
  8. ^ Kane Williamson was not in the New Zealand Test squad for the first match, but was added for the second.

Twenty20s[edit]

1st T20[edit]

26 February
Scorecard
New Zealand 
118 (20 overs)
v
 Australia
4/119 (16 overs)
JEC Franklin 43 (42)
MG Johnson 3/19 [4]
DJ Hussey 46 (36)
SE Bond 2/32 [4]
Australia won by 6 wickets
Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand
Attendance: 21,364[25]
Umpires: GAV Baxter and BF Bowden
Player of the match: MG Johnson

2nd T20[edit]

28 February
Scorecard
New Zealand 
6/214 (20 overs)
v
 Australia
4/214 (20 overs)
Brendon McCullum 116* (56)
Shaun Tait 2/40 [4]
Match tied; New Zealand won the Super Over
AMI Stadium, Christchurch
Attendance: 26,148[26]
Umpires: Chris Gaffaney and Tony Hill
Player of the match: Brendon McCullum
  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat.

Both of these Twenty20 Matches were preceded by Twenty20 Matches between the New Zealand and Australian Women's teams. These Women's Matches were played at the same venues as the Men's Matches.

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy[edit]

1st ODI[edit]

3 March
Scorecard
Australia 
8/275 (50 overs)
v
 New Zealand
8/281 (49.2 overs)
MEK Hussey 59 (59)
DR Tuffey 3/58 [10]
LRPL Taylor 70 (71)
DE Bollinger 2/58 [9.2]
New Zealand won by 2 wickets
McLean Park, Napier, New Zealand
Attendance: 8,527[27]
Umpires: AL Hill and RE Koertzen
Player of the match: LRPL Taylor

2nd ODI[edit]

6 March
Scorecard
Australia 
7/273 (50 overs)
v
 New Zealand
253 (43.2/45 overs)
MEK Hussey 56 (63)
SE Bond 2/42 [10]
DL Vettori 70 (49)
MG Johnson 4/51 [9]
Australia won by 12 runs (D/L)
Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 13,500[28]
Umpires: BF Bowden and RE Koertzen
Player of the match: DL Vettori
  • A rain delay after 8.4 overs in the New Zealand inning reduced the target to 266 runs off 45 overs

3rd ODI[edit]

9 March
Scorecard
New Zealand 
245 (46.2 overs)
v
 Australia
4/248 (47.2 overs)
LRPL Taylor 62 (90)
MG Johnson 3/41 [9.2]
BJ Haddin 110 (121)
DL Vettori 1/36 [10]
Australia won by 6 wickets
Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand
Attendance: 10,550[29]
Umpires: Asad Rauf and BF Bowden
Player of the match: BJ Haddin

4th ODI[edit]

11 March
Scorecard
New Zealand 
238 (44.1 overs)
v
 Australia
4/202 (31.1/34 overs)
BB McCullum 61 (75)
NM Hauritz 3/46 [8]
RT Ponting 50 (35)
CL White 50 (57)
DL Vettori 2/29 [7]
Australia won by 6 wickets (D/L)
Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 11,265[30]
Umpires: Asad Rauf and GAV Baxter
Player of the match: CL White
  • A rain delay during the innings break reduced the Australian target to 200 runs off 34 overs

5th ODI[edit]

13 March
Scorecard
New Zealand 
9/241 (50 overs)
v
 Australia
190 (46.1 overs)
SB Styris 55 (66)
MG Johnson 2/42 [10]
SR Watson 53 (79)
SE Bond 4/26 [9.1]
New Zealand won by 51 runs
Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand
Attendance: 11,587[31]
Umpires: Asad Rauf and GAV Baxter
Player of the match: TG Southee

Trans–Tasman Trophy[edit]

1st Test[edit]

19 – 23 March
Scorecard
v
459/5d (131 overs)
MJ Clarke 168 (253)
BJ Arnel 2/89 [26]
157 (59.1 overs)
DL Vettori 46 (71)
DE Bollinger 5/28 [13]
106/0 (23 overs)
PJ Hughes 86* (75)
BJ Arnel 0/31 [10]
407 (f/o) (134.5 overs)
BB McCullum 104 (187)
RJ Harris 4/77 [24]
Australia won by 10 wickets
Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand
Umpires: Asad Rauf (Pak) and IJ Gould (Eng)
Player of the match: MJ Clarke
  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Ryan Harris and Brent Arnel made their test debuts for Australia and New Zealand respectively.
  • Bad Weather interrupted play on day 4.

2nd Test[edit]

27 – 31 March
Scorecard
v
231 (74.3 overs)
SM Katich 88 (171)
DL Vettori 4/36 [19.3]
264 (63.3 overs)
LRPL Taylor 138 (104)
MG Johnson 4/59 [16]
511/8d (153 overs)
SM Katich 106 (279)
BJ Arnel 3/77 [26]
302 (91.1 overs)
MJ Guptill 58 (157)
MG Johnson 6/73 [20.1]
Australia won by 176 runs
Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand
Umpires: Aleem Dar (Pak) and Asad Rauf (Pak)
Player of the match: MG Johnson
  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bad Light interrupted play on day 2.

Media coverage[edit]

Television[edit]

References[edit]

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