List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Lord's

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Bowlers have taken 181 five-wicket hauls in Tests and 9 fifers in One Day International matches played at Lord's.

Lord's, also known as Lord's Cricket Ground, is a cricket venue in St John's Wood, London. Named after its founder, Thomas Lord, it is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and is the home of Middlesex County Cricket Club, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the European Cricket Council (ECC) and, until August 2005, the International Cricket Council (ICC). Lord's is widely referred to as the "Home of Cricket"[1] and is home to the world's oldest sporting museum.[2] As of September 2017, Lord's has hosted 135 Test matches, the first of which was played in 1884 between England and Australia.[3] It has also hosted 60 One Day Internationals, the first of which was played in 1972, again between England and Australia[4] as well as 8 Twenty20 Internationals, the first of which was played between England and the Netherlands in 2009.[5] In women's cricket, Lord's has hosted 15 Women's One Day Internationals – the first of which was played between England and Australia in 1976[6] – and 1 Women's Twenty20 International, played between England and New Zealand in 2009.[7]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[8][9] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[10] The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Lord's was Ted Peate in 1884 who finished with bowling figures of 6 wickets for 85 runs.[11] Overall, as of September 2017, 129 bowlers have taken 181 Test match five-wicket hauls at the ground.[12]

As of September 2017, 8 bowlers have taken 9 five-wicket hauls during ODIs at the Lord's, the first of which was when Australia's Gary Gilmour took 5 wickets for 48 runs against the West Indies in the 1975 Cricket World Cup Final, albeit in a losing cause.[13] No five-wicket hauls have been taken in T20I cricket: as of September 2017, Shahid Afridi's 4 wickets for 11 runs in Pakistan's 2009 ICC World Twenty20 against the Netherlands are the best figures in that format.[14] In women's cricket, three bowlers have taken wicket hauls in Women's ODIs, the first being Cathryn Fitzpatrick who took 5 wickets for 47 runs against England in 1998.[15]

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. 4 indicates four balls were bowled each over.
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 Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Peate, TedTed Peate 21 July 1884  England  Australia[a] 1 404 85 6 3.18 England won[17]
2 Palmer, JoeyJoey Palmer 21 July 1884  Australia[a]  England 2 754 111 6 2.22 England won[17]
3 Ulyett, GeorgeGeorge Ulyett 21 July 1884  England  Australia[a] 3 39.14 36 7 1.37 England won[17]
4 Briggs, JohnnyJohnny Briggs double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 19 July 1886  England  Australia[a] 2 344 29 5 1.27 England won[18]
5 Briggs, JohnnyJohnny Briggs double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 19 July 1886  England  Australia[a] 3 38.14 45 6 1.76 England won[18]
6 Turner, CharlesCharles Turner double-daggerSection-sign (1/3) 16 July 1888  Australia[a]  England 2 254 27 5 1.62 Australia won[19]
7 Turner, CharlesCharles Turner double-daggerSection-sign (2/3) 16 July 1888  Australia[a]  England 4 244 36 5 2.25 Australia won[19]
8 Ferris, J. J.J. J. Ferris 16 July 1888  Australia[a]  England 4 234 26 5 1.69 Australia won[19]
9 Lyons, JackJack Lyons 21 July 1890  Australia[a]  England 2 20.15 30 5 1.78 England won[20]
10 Turner, CharlesCharles Turner (3/3) 17 July 1893  Australia[a]  England 1 365 67 6 2.23 Drawn[21]
11 Lockwood, BillBill Lockwood 17 July 1893  England  Australia[a] 2 455 101 6 2.69 Drawn[21]
12 Giffen, GeorgeGeorge Giffen 17 July 1893  Australia[a]  England 3 26.45 43 5 1.92 Drawn[21]
13 Richardson, TomTom Richardson double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 22 June 1896  England  Australia[a] 1 11.35 39 6 4.03 England won[22]
14 Richardson, TomTom Richardson double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 22 June 1896  England  Australia[a] 3 475 134 5 3.42 England won[22]
15 Hearne, J. T.J. T. Hearne 22 June 1896  England  Australia[a] 3 365 76 5 2.53 England won[22]
16 Jones, ErnieErnie Jones double-dagger 15 June 1899  Australia[a]  England 1 36.15 88 7 2.91 Australia won[23]
17 Vogler, BertBert Vogler 1 July 1907  South Africa[b]  England 1 47.2 128 7 2.70 Drawn[25]
18 Arnold, TedTed Arnold 1 July 1907  England  South Africa[b] 2 22 37 5 1.68 Drawn[25]
19 Relf, AlbertAlbert Relf 14 June 1909  England  Australia 2 45 85 5 1.88 Australia won[26]
20 Armstrong, WarwickWarwick Armstrong 14 June 1909  Australia  England 3 24.5 35 6 1.40 Australia won[26]
21 Foster, FrankFrank Foster 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 1 13.1 16 5 1.21 England won[27]
22 Barnes, SydneySydney Barnes double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 1 13 25 5 1.92 England won[27]
23 Pegler, SidSid Pegler 10 June 1912  South Africa  England 2 31 65 7 2.09 England won[27]
24 Barnes, SydneySydney Barnes double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 3 34 85 6 2.50 England won[27]
25 Bell, SandySandy Bell 29 June 1929  South Africa  England 1 30.4 99 6 3.22 Drawn[28]
26 Grimmett, ClarrieClarrie Grimmett 27 June 1930  Australia  England 3 53 167 6 3.15 Australia won[29]
27 Peebles, IanIan Peebles 27 June 1931  England  New Zealand 1 26 77 5 2.96 Drawn[30]
28 Nissar, MohammadMohammad Nissar 25 June 1932  India  England 1 26 93 5 3.57 England won[31]
29 Robins, WalterWalter Robins 24 June 1933  England  West Indies 2 11.5 32 6 2.70 England won[32]
30 Verity, HedleyHedley Verity double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 22 June 1934  England  Australia 2 36 61 7 1.69 England won[33]
31 Verity, HedleyHedley Verity double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 22 June 1934  England  Australia 3 22.3 43 8 1.91 England won[33]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day Internationals at Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Gilmour, GaryGary Gilmour 21 June 1975  Australia  West Indies 1 12 48 5 4.00 West Indies won[34]
2 Garner, JoelJoel Garner 23 June 1979  West Indies  England 2 11 38 5 3.45 West Indies won[35]
3 Gough, DarrenDarren Gough dagger 25 May 1997  England  Australia 1 10 44 5 4.40 England won[36]
4 Muralitharan, MuttiahMuttiah Muralitharan dagger 20 August 1998  Sri Lanka  England 1 10 34 5 3.40 Sri Lanka won[37]
5 Vettori, DanielDaniel Vettori dagger 10 July 2004  New Zealand  West Indies 2 9.2 30 5 3.21 New Zealand won[38]
6 Kasprowicz, MichaelMichael Kasprowicz 4 September 2004  Australia  Pakistan 2 9.2 47 5 5.03 Australia won[39]
7 Lee, BrettBrett Lee dagger (1/2) 10 July 2005  Australia  England 1 10 41 5 4.10 Australia won[40]
8 Edwards, FidelFidel Edwards dagger 1 July 2007  West Indies  England 1 10 45 5 4.50 England won[41]
9 Lee, BrettBrett Lee dagger (2/2) 12 September 2009  Australia  England 1 9 49 5 5.44 Australia won[42]

Women's One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick 21 July 1998  Australia  England 2 10 47 5 4.70 Australia Women won[43]
2 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt 8 August 2008  England  South Africa 2 10 25 5 2.50 England Women won[44]
3 Shrubsole, AnyaAnya Shrubsole dagger 23 July 2017  England  India 2 9.4 46 6 4.75 England Women won[45]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Prior to Australian federation in 1901, there was no national flag of Australia.[16]
  2. ^ a b Prior to the unification of the South African colonies in 1910, there was no national flag of South Africa.[24]

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