List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Eden Park

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New Zealand v England ODI in 2013 at Eden Park

Eden Park is the New Zealand's largest cricket stadium with 42,500 situated in central Auckland of New Zealand. The stadium was opened on 11 March 1955 when hosts played against England. One of the prestigious New Zealand cricket venues, the first Test match at the ground was played between New Zealand and England, beginning on 14 February 1930. One-day international cricket was played at the Eden Park continuously with its first One Day International between New Zealand and India on 22 February 1976. The ground's first T20I was held on 22 February 2005 between New Zealand and Australia, which went to the golden memory as the first ever Twenty20 International to be played in history.

Up to December 2015, in total the ground was the venue for 49 Test matches, and 74 ODIs and 12 T20I matches.

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[1][2] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[3]

The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Eden Park was Bill Bowes, who took 6/34 way back in 1933 for England against host New Zealand.[4] Bowling figures of 8/76 by Indian Erapalli Prasanna holds the record as the best bowling figures to date in Tests at Eden Park, which is still the only 8-wicket haul at the venue. There have been a total of 46 five-wicket hauls in Test matches at the ground.

In ODIs, only 3 five-wicket hauls were recorded up to 2015. The first of these was achieved by Rod Latham who took 5/32 for New Zealand against Australia in 1993.[5] 6/30 by Waqar Younis of Pakistan holds the best ODI bowling figures at Eden Park.

Key

Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Section-sign One of two five-wicket hauls by the bowler in the match
Date Day the Test started or ODI was held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled
Runs Number of runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Econ Runs conceded per over
Batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken
Result Result of the match

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Eden Park
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Bill Bowes 31 March 1933  England  New Zealand 1 19 34 6 1.78 Drawn[6]
2 Hugh Tayfield 13 March 1953  South Africa  New Zealand 2 46.2 62 5 1.33 Drawn[7]
3 Alex Moir 25 March 1955  New Zealand  England 2 25.1 62 5 2.46 England won[8]
4 Tom Dewdney 9 March 1956  West Indies  New Zealand 1 19.5 21 5 1.05 New Zealand won[9]
5 Denis Atkinson 9 March 1956  West Indies  New Zealand 3 40 53 7 1.32 New Zealand won[9]
6 Joe Partridge 13 March 1964  South Africa  New Zealand 2 40 86 6 2.15 Drawn[10]
7 Asif Iqbal 29 January 1965  Pakistan  New Zealand 2 27 52 5 1.92 Drawn[11]
8 Frank Cameron 29 January 1965  New Zealand  Pakistan 3 23 34 5 1.47 Drawn[11]
9 Pervez Sajjad 29 January 1965  Pakistan  New Zealand 4 25 42 5 1.68 Drawn[11]
10 David Allen 11 March 1966  England  New Zealand 1 47.5 123 5 2.57 Drawn[12]
11 Bob Cunis 5 March 1971  New Zealand  England 1 24 76 6 2.37 Drawn[13]
12 Derek Underwood 5 March 1971  England  New Zealand 2 38 108 5 2.13 Drawn[13]
13 Intikhab Alam 16 February 1973  Pakistan  New Zealand 2 30 127 6 3.17 Drawn[14]
14 Richard Collinge 22 March 1974  New Zealand  Australia 1 18 82 5 3.41 Australia won[15]
15 Gary Gilmour 22 March 1974  Australia  New Zealand 2 15 64 5 3.20 Australia won[15]
16 Tony Greig (1/2)double-daggerSection-sign 20 February 1975  England  New Zealand 2 26 98 5 2.82 England won[16]
17 Tony Greig (2/2)double-daggerSection-sign 20 February 1975  England  New Zealand 3 15 51 5 2.55 England won[16]
18 B. S. Chandrasekhar 24 January 1976  India  New Zealand 1 30 94 6 2.35 India won[17]
19 Bevan Congdon 24 January 1976  New Zealand  India 2 26.7 65 5 1.81 India won[17]
20 E. A. S. Prasanna double-dagger 24 January 1976  India  New Zealand 3 23 76 8 2.47 India won[17]
21 Dennis Lillee (1/2)double-daggerSection-sign 25 February 1977  Australia  New Zealand 1 17.3 51 5 2.20 Australia won[18]
22 Dennis Lillee (2/2)double-daggerSection-sign 25 February 1977  Australia  New Zealand 3 15.7 72 6 3.40 Australia won[18]
23 Ian Botham 4 March 1978  England  New Zealand 1 34 109 5 2.40 Drawn[19]
24 Stephen Boock 4 March 1978  New Zealand  England 2 28.3 67 5 1.77 Drawn[19]
25 Richard Hadlee (1/3) 23 February 1979  New Zealand  Pakistan 2 27 104 5 2.88 Drawn[20]
26 Joel Garner 29 February 1980  West Indies  New Zealand 2 36.2 56 6 1.54 Drawn[21]
27 Gary Troup double-dagger 29 February 1980  New Zealand  West Indies 3 29.1 95 6 3.25 Drawn[21]
28 Ravi Shastri dagger[a] 13 March 1981  India  New Zealand 2 56 125 5 2.23 Drawn[22]
29 John Bracewell (1/2) 13 March 1981  New Zealand  India 3 41 75 5 1.82 Drawn[22]
30 Richard Hadlee (2/3) 12 March 1982  New Zealand  Australia 3 28 63 5 2.25 New Zealand won[23]
31 John Bracewell (2/2)daggerdouble-dagger 13 March 1986  New Zealand  Australia 3 22 32 6 1.45 New Zealand won[24]
32 Richard Hadlee (3/3) 27 February 1987  New Zealand  West Indies 1 41.4 105 6 2.52 West Indies won[25]
33 Courtney Walsh 27 February 1987  West Indies  New Zealand 3 30.2 73 5 2.40 West Indies won[25]
34 Graham Dilley 25 February 1988  England  New Zealand 1 28 60 5 2.14 Drawn[26]
35 Abdul Qadir 24 February 1989  Pakistan  New Zealand 2 58.1 160 6 2.75 Drawn[27]
36 Danny Morrison (1/2) 22 February 1990  New Zealand  India 2 30 145 5 4.83 Drawn[28]
37 Chris Cairns (1/2) 1 March 1991  New Zealand  Sri Lanka 3 27 75 5 2.77 Drawn[29]
38 Chris Cairns (2/2) 30 January 1992  New Zealand  England 1 21 52 6 2.47 England won[30]
39 Chris Lewis 30 January 1992  England  New Zealand 2 21 31 5 1.47 England won[30]
40 Danny Morrison (2/2)dagger[b] 12 March 1993  New Zealand  Australia 1 18.4 37 6 1.98 New Zealand won[31]
41 Dipak Patel 12 March 1993  New Zealand  Australia 3 34 93 5 2.73 New Zealand won[31]
42 Simon Doull 10 February 1994  New Zealand  Pakistan 2 15 66 5 4.40 Pakistan won[32]
43 Wasim Akram dagger 10 February 1994  Pakistan  New Zealand 3 16.1 43 6 2.65 Pakistan won[32]
44 Daniel Vettori (1/2)daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign 11 March 2000  New Zealand  Australia 1 25 62 5 2.48 Australia won[33]
45 Daniel Vettori (2/2)daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign 11 March 2000  New Zealand  Australia 3 35 87 7 2.48 Australia won[33]
46 Colin Miller 11 March 2000  Australia  New Zealand 4 18 55 5 3.05 Australia won[33]
47 Mohammad Sami dagger 8 March 2001  Pakistan  New Zealand 3 15 36 5 2.40 Pakistan won[34]
48 Daryl Tuffey dagger 30 March 2002  New Zealand  England 2 19 54 6 2.84 New Zealand won[35]
49 Chris Martin (1/2)daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign 18 March 2004  New Zealand  South Africa 1 31 76 6 2.45 New Zealand won[36]
50 Chris Martin (2/2)daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign 18 March 2004  New Zealand  South Africa 3 23 104 5 4.52 New Zealand won[36]
51 James Franklin 26 March 2005  New Zealand  Australia 2 26.1 119 6 4.54 Australia won[37]
52 Shane Bond dagger 9 March 2006  New Zealand  West Indies 4 27.3 69 5 2.50 New Zealand won[38]
53 Steven Finn 22 March 2013  England  New Zealand 1 37.3 125 6 3.33 Drawn[39]
54 Trent Boult (1/2) 22 March 2013  New Zealand  England 2 25 68 6 2.72 Drawn[39]
55 Ishant Sharma 6 February 2014  India  New Zealand 1 33.4 134 6 3.98 New Zealand won[40]
56 Trent Boult (2/2)dagger 22 March 2018  New Zealand  England 1 10.4 32 6 3.00 New Zealand won[41]

ODIs

Five-wicket hauls in ODI matches at Eden Park
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Rod Latham 28 March 1993  New Zealand  Australia 1 10 32 5 3.20 Australia won[5]
2 Waqar Younis dagger 13 March 1994  Pakistan  New Zealand 2 9.4 30 6 3.10 Tied[42]
3 Shoaib Akhtar dagger 17 February 2001  Pakistan  New Zealand 1 6.3 19 5 2.92 Pakistan won[43]
4 Jacob Oram dagger 26 December 2002  New Zealand  India 1 10 26 5 2.60 New Zealand won[44]
5 Dwayne Smith dagger 4 March 2006  West Indies  New Zealand 1 10 45 5 4.50 West Indies won[45]
6 Mitchell McClenaghan 26 December 2013  New Zealand  West Indies 2 9.3 58 5 6.10 West Indies won[46]
7 Corey Anderson 25 January 2014  New Zealand  India 2 10 63 5 6.30 Tied[47]
8 Trent Boult dagger 28 February 2015  New Zealand  Australia 1 10 27 5 2.70 New Zealand won[48]
9 Mitchell Starc 28 February 2015  Australia  New Zealand 2 9 28 6 3.11 New Zealand won[48]

T20Is

Five-wicket hauls in T20I matches at Eden Park
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Tim Southee dagger 26 December 2010  New Zealand  Pakistan 1 4 18 5 4.50 New Zealand won[49]
2 Imran Tahir dagger 17 February 2017  South Africa  New Zealand 2 3.5 24 5 6.26 South Africa won[50]

Women's Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Women's Test matches at Eden Park
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Grace Gooder 26 March 1949  New Zealand  England 1 23.2 42 6 1.80 England Women won[51]
2 Dorothy McEvoy 26 March 1949  England  New Zealand 2 19.2 23 5 1.18 England Women won[51]
3 Mary Duggan 27 December 1957  England  New Zealand 4 28 47 5 1.67 England Women won[52]

Notes

  1. ^ Ravi Shastri and John Wright shared the player of the match award.
  2. ^ Danny Morrison and Ken Rutherford shared the player of the match award.

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