List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Gabba

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The Gabba during Test match between Australia and South Africa in 2012.

The Gabba, also known as Brisbane Cricket Ground, is an Australian sports stadium located in the Brisbane, Queensland suburb of Woolloongabba. It was first used in 1895 and is the home ground of the Queensland cricket team. It has been used for international cricket since 1931 when the ground hosted its first Test match. The first One Day International at the ground was held in 1979 and in 2006, the ground hosted its first Twenty20 International match.[1] Women's international cricket was first played on the ground in 1985.[2]

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.[3] This article details the five-wicket hauls taken on the ground in official international Test and One Day International matches.[a]

The ground during an Ashes Test in 2010.

Two five-wicket hauls were taken during the first Test match played on the ground, both by Australian bowlers. Bert Ironmonger took five wickets for a cost of 42 runs (5/42) in South Africa's first innings of the match before his team-mate Tim Wall took 5/14 in their second innings.[4] The best Test match bowling figures at the Gabba are the 9/52 taken by New Zealander Richard Hadlee in 1985, the only time that a bowler has taken nine wickets in an innings in international cricket on the ground. His innings bowling analysis was the fourth best in any Test match at the time[b][6][7][8] and his match figures of 15/123 are the best in international cricket on the ground.[2]

The first five-wicket haul in a One Day International match on the ground was taken by West Indian Anderson Cummins against India in 1992, when he took five wickets for 31 runs.[9] The best ODI bowling figures at the venue are England's Chris Woakes' 6/56 taken against Australia in 2012.[10] As of February 2020 no five-wicket hauls have bee taken in Twenty20 Internationals or in any form of women's international cricket on the ground.[2]

Key[edit]

Richard Hadlee took the best innings bowling figures in a Test match at the Gabba in 1985.
Symbol Meaning
Date Date the Test started or ODI 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

Test match five-wicket hauls[edit]

As of 19 February 2020

Five-wicket hauls have been taken 79 times in Test matches at the Gabba.

Five-wicket hauls in Men's Test matches at the Gabba
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Bert Ironmonger 27 November 1931  Australia  South Africa 2 47 42 5 Australia won[11]
2 Tim Wall[A] 27 November 1931  Australia  South Africa 3 15.1 14 5 Australia won[11]
3 Bill O'Reilly 4 December 1936  Australia  England 1 40.6[c] 102 5 England won[12]
4 Bill Voce 4 December 1936  England  Australia 2 20.6[c] 41 6 England won[12]
5 Frank Ward[B] 4 December 1936  Australia  England 3 46[c] 102 6 England won[12]
6 Gubby Allen 4 December 1936  England  Australia 4 6[c] 36 5 England won[12]
7 Doug Wright 29 November 1946  England  Australia 1 43.6[c] 167 5 Australia won[13]
8 Keith Miller 29 November 1946  Australia  England 2 22[c] 60 7 Australia won[13]
9 Ernie Toshack 29 November 1946  Australia  England 3 20.7[c] 82 6 Australia won[13]
10 Ernie Toshack[C] 28 November 1947  Australia  India 2 2.3[c] 2 5 Australia won[14]
11 Ernie Toshack[C] 28 November 1947  Australia  India 3 17[c] 29 6 Australia won[14]
12 Bill Johnston 1 December 1950  Australia  England 2 11[c] 35 5 Australia won[15]
13 Alf Valentine 9 November 1951  West Indies  Australia 2 25[c] 99 5 Australia won[16]
14 Doug Ring 9 November 1951  Australia  West Indies 3 16[c] 80 6 Australia won[16]
15 Sonny Ramadhin 9 November 1951  West Indies  Australia 4 40[c] 90 5 Australia won[16]
16 Michael Melle 5 December 1952  South Africa  Australia 1 20.5[c] 71 6 Australia won[17]
17 Doug Ring 5 December 1952  Australia  South Africa 2 21[c] 72 6 Australia won[17]
18 Ray Lindwall 5 December 1952  Australia  South Africa 3 30[c] 60 5 Australia won[17]
19 Alan Davidson[D] 9 December 1960  Australia  West Indies 1 30[c] 135 5 Tied[d][19]
20 Alan Davidson[D] 9 December 1960  Australia  West Indies 3 24.6[c] 87 6 Tied[d][19]
21 Wes Hall 9 December 1960  West Indies  Australia 4 17.7[c] 63 5 Tied[d][19]
22 Richie Benaud 30 November 1962  Australia  England 2 42[c] 115 6 Drawn[20]
23 Peter Pollock 6 December 1963  South Africa  Australia 1 22.6[c] 95 6 Drawn[21]
24 Richie Benaud 6 December 1963  Australia  South Africa 2 33[c] 68 5 Drawn[21]
25 Peter Philpott 10 December 1965  Australia  England 2 28.1[c] 90 5 Drawn[22]
26 Erapalli Prasanna 19 January 1968  India  Australia 3 33.4[c] 104 6 Australia won[23]
27 Lance Gibbs 6 December 1968  West Indies  Australia 2 39.4[c] 88 5 West Indies won[24]
28 John Gleeson 6 December 1968  Australia  West Indies 3 33[c] 122 5 West Indies won[24]
29 Garfield Sobers 6 December 1968  West Indies  Australia 4 33.6[c] 73 6 West Indies won[24]
30 John Snow 27 November 1970  England  Australia 1 32.3[c] 114 6 Drawn[25]
31 Ken Shuttleworth[E] 27 November 1970  England  Australia 3 17.5[c] 47 5 Drawn[25]
32 Jeff Thomson 29 November 1974  Australia  England 4 17.5[c] 46 6 Australia won[26]
33 Lance Gibbs 28 November 1975  West Indies  Australia 2 38[c] 102 5 Australia won[27]
34 Bishan Singh Bedi 2 December 1977  India  Australia 1 13.7[c] 55 5 Australia won[28]
35 Madan Lal 2 December 1977  India  Australia 3 19[c] 72 5 Australia won[28]
36 Rodney Hogg 1 December 1978  Australia  England 2 28[c] 74 6 England won[29]
37 Lance Cairns 28 November 1980  New Zealand  Australia 2 38.5 87 5 Australia won[30]
38 Dennis Lillee 28 November 1980  Australia  New Zealand 3 15 53 6 Australia won[30]
39 Dennis Lillee 27 November 1981  Australia  Pakistan 1 20 81 5 Australia won[31]
40 Geoff Lawson[F] 26 November 1982  Australia  England 1 18.3 47 6 Australia won[32]
41 Bob Willis 26 November 1982  England  Australia 2 29.4 66 5 Australia won[32]
42 Jeff Thomson[G] 26 November 1982  Australia  England 3 31 73 5 Australia won[32]
43 Geoff Lawson[F][G] 26 November 1982  Australia  England 3 35.3 87 5 Australia won[32]
44 Geoff Lawson 25 November 1983  Australia  Pakistan 1 17.1 49 5 Drawn[33]
45 Geoff Lawson 23 November 1984  Australia  West Indies 2 30.4 116 5 West Indies won[34]
46 Malcolm Marshall 23 November 1984  West Indies  Australia 3 34 82 5 West Indies won[34]
47 Richard Hadlee[H] 8 November 1985  New Zealand  Australia 1 23.4 52 9 New Zealand won[35]
48 Richard Hadlee[H] 8 November 1985  New Zealand  Australia 3 28.5 71 6 New Zealand won[35]
49 Graham Dilley 14 November 1986  England  Australia 2 25.4 68 5 England won[36]
50 John Emburey 14 November 1986  Australia  England 3 42.5 80 5 England won[36]
51 Graeme Labrooy 8 December 1989  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 31.1 133 5 Drawn[37]
52 Terry Alderman 23 November 1990  Australia  England 3 22 47 6 Australia won[38]
53 Craig McDermott 29 November 1991  Australia  India 1 28.1 54 5 Australia won[39]
54 Bruce Reid 27 November 1992  Australia  West Indies 2 37 112 5 Drawn[40]
55 Curtly Ambrose 27 November 1992  West Indies  Australia 3 32 66 5 Drawn[40]
56 Craig McDermott 25 November 1994  Australia  England 2 19 53 6 Australia won[41]
57 Shane Warne 25 November 1994  Australia  England 4 50.2 71 8 Australia won[41]
58 Shane Warne 9 November 1995  Australia  Pakistan 2 16.1 23 7 Australia won[42]
59 Glenn McGrath 7 November 1997  Australia  New Zealand 4 17 32 5 Australia won[43]
60 Alan Mullally 20 November 1998  England  Australia 1 40 105 5 Drawn[44]
61 Glenn McGrath 20 November 1998  Australia  England 2 34.2 85 6 Drawn[44]
62 Damien Fleming 5 November 1999  Australia  Pakistan 3 14.1 59 5 Australia won[45]
63 Glenn McGrath 23 November 2000  Australia  West Indies 1 20 17 6 Australia won[46]
64 Chris Cairns 8 November 2001  New Zealand  Australia 1 37 146 5 Drawn[47]
65 Brett Lee 8 November 2001  Australia  New Zealand 2 23 67 5 Drawn[47]
66 Zaheer Khan 4 December 2003  India  Australia 1 23 95 5 Drawn[48]
67 Chris Martin 18 November 2004  New Zealand  Australia 2 39.5 152 5 Australia won[49]
68 Shane Warne 3 November 2005  Australia  West Indies 2 28 48 5 Drawn[50]
69 Brett Lee 3 November 2005  Australia  West Indies 4 14 30 5 Drawn[50]
70 Glenn McGrath 23 November 2006  Australia  England 2 23.1 50 6 Australia won[51]
71 Mitchell Johnson 20 November 2008  Australia  New Zealand 4 17.3 39 5 Australia won[52]
72 Peter Siddle[I] 25 November 2010  Australia  England 1 16 54 6 Drawn[54]
73 Steven Finn 25 November 2010  England  Australia 2 33.4 125 6 Drawn[54]
74 James Pattinson[J] 1 December 2011  Australia  New Zealand 3 11 27 5 Australia won[55]
75 Stuart Broad 21 November 2013  England  Australia 1 24 81 6 Australia won[56]
76 Mitchell Johnson 21 November 2013  Australia  England 4 21.1 42 5 Australia won[56]
77 Josh Hazlewood[K] 17 December 2014  Australia  India 1 23.2 68 5 Australia won[57]
78 Suranga Lakmal 24 January 2019  Sri Lanka  Australia 2 27 75 5 Australia won[58]
79 Pat Cummins 24 January 2019  Australia  Sri Lanka 3 15 23 6 Australia won[58]

One Day International five-wicket hauls[edit]

As of 19 February 2020

Nine five-wicket hauls have been taken in men's ODIs on the ground.

Five-wicket hauls in Men's One Day International matches at the Gabba
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing Team Inn O R W Result
1 Anderson Cummins 11 January 1992  West Indies  India 1 9.3 31 5 West Indies won[59]
2 Ian Bishop 9 January 1993  West Indies  Pakistan 1 8.4 25 5 West Indies won[60]
3 Shoaib Akhtar 19 June 2002  Pakistan  Australia 2 8 25 5 Pakistan won[61]
4 Brett Lee 3 February 2008  Australia  India 1 9 27 5 No result[e][62]
5 Clint McKay 7 November 2010  Australia  Sri Lanka 1 9 33 5 Australia won[63]
6 Chris Woakes 30 January 2011  England  Australia 1 10 45 6 Australia won[64]
7 Ben Hilfenhaus 19 February 2012  Australia  India 2 9.3 33 5 Australia won[65]
8 Nuwan Kulasekara 18 January 2013  Sri Lanka  Australia 1 10 22 5 Sri Lanka won[66]
9 Steven Finn 20 January 2015  England  India 1 8 33 5 England won[67]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As of February 2020 no five-wicket hauls have been taken in T20I matches on the ground.
  2. ^ Hadleee took the catch which dismissed the other Australian batsman in the innings - a wicket which proved to be Vaughan Brown's only Test match wicket in his two-match Test career.[5] Hadlee went on to take another six wickets in Australia's second innings of the same match.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Eight-ball overs were used during this match.
  4. ^ a b c This was the first Test match to end in a tie, a result which only occurs if the scores are equal when the final wicket of the fourth innings falls.[18]
  5. ^ Rain during Australia's innings caused the game to be abandoned.
  1. ^ Wall's five-wicket haul was taken in the third innings of the match after South Africa has been asked to follow on. Ironmonger had taken his five-wicket haul in the second innings of the match.
  2. ^ Ward took his five-wicket haul on his Test match debut.
  3. ^ a b Toshack took two five-wicket hauls during the same match.
  4. ^ a b Davidson took two five-wicket hauls during the same match.
  5. ^ Shuttleworth took his five-wicket haul on his Test match debut.
  6. ^ a b Lawson took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  7. ^ a b Thomson and Lawson took five-wicket hauls in the same innings.
  8. ^ a b Hadlee took two five-wicket hauls in the same match.
  9. ^ Siddle's five-wicket haul included a hat-trick.[53]
  10. ^ Pattinson took his five-wicket haul on his Test match debut.
  11. ^ Hazlewood took his five-wicket haul on his Test match debut.

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