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Australia vs England (2009) 1st Test Scorecard

July 12, 2009 Scorecard, Test Cricket  Posted by   3 Comments

The Ashes 2009  - 1st Test

Australia vs England

Played at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff – Wales, 8-12 July 2009 (5-day match)

Result - England drew with Australia

England 1st innings R B 4s 6s SR
Andrew Strauss (C) c M.Clarke b M.Johnson 30 60 4 0 50.00
Alastair Cook c M.Hussey b B.Hilfenhaus 10 25 0 0 40.00
Ravi Bopara c P.Hughes b M.Johnson 35 52 6 0 67.31
Kevin Pietersen c S.Katich b N.Hauritz 69 141 4 0 48.94
Paul Collingwood c B.Haddin b B.Hilfenhaus 64 145 6 0 44.14
Matt Prior (W) b P.Siddle 56 62 6 0 90.32
Andrew Flintoff b P.Siddle 37 51 6 0 72.55
James Anderson c M.Hussey b N.Hauritz 26 40 2 0 65.00
Stuart Broad b M.Johnson 19 20 4 0 95.00
Graeme Swann Not Out 47 40 6 0 117.50
Monty Panesar c R.Ponting b N.Hauritz 4 17 0 0 23.53
Extras (b 13,lb 11, w 2, nb 12) 38
Total (all out; 106.5 overs) 435 (4.07 runs per over)

Fall of wickets: 1. Alastair Cook 21 (8), 2. Andrew Strauss 67 (20), 3. Ravi Bopara 90 (24.4), 4. Paul Collingwood 228 (65.3), 5. Kevin Pietersen 241 (70.5), 6. Andrew Flintoff 327 (86.4), 7. Matt Prior 329 (88.3), 8. Stuart Broad 355 (93.5), 9. James Anderson 423 (102.4), 10. Monty Panesar 435 (106.5)

Bowling O M R W Econ
Mitchell Johnson 22 2 89 3 4.05
Ben Hilfenhaus 27 5 77 2 2.85 (nb 4, w 1)
Peter Siddle 27 3 121 2 4.48 (nb 5, w 1)
Nathan Hauritz 23.5 2 95 3 3.99 (nb 3)
Michael Clarke 5 0 20 0 4.00
Simon Katich 2 0 11 0 5.50

Australia 1st Innings R B 4s 6s SR
Philip Hughes c M.Prior b A.Flintoff 36 54 5 0 66.67
Simon Katich lbw b J.Anderson 122 261 12 0 46.74
Ricky Ponting (C) b M.Panesar 150 224 14 1 66.96
Michael Hussey c M.Prior b J.Anderson 3 16 0 0 18.75
Michael Clarke c M.Prior b S.Broad 83 145 9 1 57.24
Marcus North Not Out 125 242 13 0 51.55
Brad Haddin (W) c R.Bopara b P.Collingwood 121 151 11 3 80.13
Peter Siddle
Mitchell Johnson
Nathan Hauritz
Ben Hilfenhaus
Extras (b 9,lb 14,w 4, nb 7) 34
Total (6 wicket dec; 181 overs) 674 (3.72 runs per over)

Fall of wickets: 1. Philip Hughes 60 (15), 2. Simon Katich 299 (85), 3. Michael Hussey 325 (90.1), 4. Ricky Ponting 331 (94.5), 5. Michael Clarke 474 (136.5), 6. Brad Haddin 674 (181)

Bowling O M R W Econ
James Anderson 32 6 110 2 3.44 (w 1)
Stuart Broad 32 6 129 1 4.03 (w 2)
Graeme Swann 38 8 131 0 3.45
Andrew Flintoff 35 3 128 1 3.66 (nb 7, w 1)
Monty Panesar 35 4 115 1 3.29
Paul Collingwood 9 0 38 1 4.22
England 2nd innings R B 4s 6s SR
Andrew Strauss (C) c B.Haddin b N.Hauritz 17 54 1 0 31.48
Alastair Cook lbw b M.Johnson 6 12 1 0 50.00
Ravi Bopara lbw b B.Hilfenhaus 1 3 0 0 33.33
Kevin Pietersen b B.Hilfenhaus 8 24 0 0 33.33
Paul Collingwood c M.Hussey b P.Siddle 74 245 6 0 30.20
Matt Prior (W) c M.Clarke b N.Hauritz 14 32 1 0 43.75
Andrew Flintoff c R.Ponting b M.Johnson 26 71 3 0 36.62
Stuart Broad lbw b N.Hauritz 14 47 1 0 29.79
Gareme Swann lbw b B.Hilfenhaus 31 63 4 0 49.21
James Anderson Not Out 21 53 3 0 39.62
Monty Panesar Not Out 7 35 1 0 20.00
Extras (b 9,lb 9, w 4, nb 11) 33
Total (9 wickets; 105 overs) 252 (2.40 runs per over)

Fall of wickets: 1. Alastair Cook 13 (4.3), 2. Ravi Bopara 17 (5.3), 3. Kevin Pietersen 31 (10.4), 4. Andrew Strauss 46 (17), 5. Matt Prior 70 (26.3), 6. Andrew Flintoff 127 (49.4), 7. Stuart Broad 159 (66.4), 8. Graeme Swann 221 (86.1), 9. Paul Collingwood 233 (93.3)

Bowling O M R W Econ
Mitchell Johnson 22 4 44 2 2.00 (nb 1, w 4)
Ben Hilfenhaus 15 3 47 3 3.13 (nb 4)
Peter Siddle 18 2 51 1 2.83 (nb 2)
Nathan Hauritz 37 12 63 3 1.70 (nb 2)
Michael Clarke 3 0 8 0 2.67
Marcus North 7 4 14 0 2.00
Simon Katich 3 0 7 0 2.33

Currently there are "3 comments" on this Article:

  1. Nick Morgan says:

    It is not good publicity at all for Cardiff or Wales. It will only strengthen the opinion in countries far and wide that Wales is simply a region of ‘England’. Cardiff’s USP is that it is the capital of Wales, if people consider it simply as another small English city, why will they bother coming again. We should have our own Welsh International Cricket Team. That WOULD be superb news for the Swalec Stadium, Cardiff and Wales, and would generate a lot more income in the long run than the odd game between two foreign countries!

  2. davlee says:

    who cares about Wales?

  3. carowar says:

    I,M SURE ANYONE PLAYING THE GAME WOULD LOVE TO WIN – IF WALES COULD GET A GOOD ENOUGH TEAM THEN GO AHEAD – IF NOT LETS GET UK ON THE MAP AND IF THIS MEANS COMING UNDER THE ENGLAND FLAG – GOOD

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