List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Richard Hadlee

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Hadlee in 1989.

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five–for" or "fifer")[1] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement,[2] and fewer than 40 bowlers have taken more than 15 five-wicket hauls at international level in their cricketing careers.[3][4][5] Sir Richard Hadlee, a retired New Zealand cricketer, took 41 five-wicket hauls during his career in international cricket.[3][6] A fast bowler who represented his country between 1973 and 1990, Hadlee was described by the BBC as "one of the greatest bowlers the world has seen".[7] Hadlee was named by Wisden as one of their Cricketers of the Year in 1982.[8] In 2009, the International Cricket Council (ICC) inducted him into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.[9][10] Hadlee was the first bowler to take 400 wickets in Test cricket.[6]

Hadlee made his Test debut in 1973 against Pakistan at the Basin Reserve, Wellington.[11] His first Test five-wicket haul came in 1976, against India in a match at the same venue which New Zealand won.[12] In February 1980, he took his first pair of five-wicket hauls in a single match against the West Indies at the Carisbrook, Dunedin.[13] By the end of his career, he had claimed five-wicket hauls in both innings of a match on five occasions.[13][14][15][16][17] He went on to take ten or more wickets in a match on nine occasions.[18] In Tests, Hadlee was most successful against Australia, with fourteen five-wicket hauls.[19] His best bowling figures in an innings were 9 wickets for 52 runs against the same team at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, in November 1985.[15] He followed up in the second innings of that match with 6 for 71 and achieved his best match figures of 15 for 123 to give New Zealand an innings win.

Having made his One Day International (ODI) debut in February 1973 against Pakistan at the Lancaster Park, Christchurch,[20] Hadlee's first ODI five-wicket haul came in 1980 against India, in a match at the WACA Ground, Perth, which New Zealand lost.[21] His career-best bowling figures in ODI cricket were 5 wickets for 25 runs against Sri Lanka at the County Cricket Ground, Bristol, in June 1983.[22] By the time he retired from international cricket in 1990 after nearly 17 years,[6] Hadlee had taken 36 five-wicket hauls in Test cricket and five in ODIs.[4][5] As of October 2012, he is second overall among all-time combined five-wicket haul takers, behind Muttiah Muralitharan.[3]

Key

Key
Symbol Meaning
Date Date the match was held, or starting date of the match for Test matches
Inn Innings of the match in which the five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled in that innings
Runs Runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Econ Bowling economy rate (average runs per over)
Batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five-wicket haul
Result Result for the New Zealand in that match
dagger Hadlee selected as "Man of the match"
double-dagger 10 wickets or more taken in the match
* One of two five-wicket hauls by Hadlee in a match

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test cricket
No. Date Ground Against Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 13 February 1976double-dagger Basin Reserve, Wellington  India 4 8.3[note 1] 23 7 2.05 Won[12]
2 9 October 1976 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan 1 19[note 1] 121 5 4.77 Lost[23]
3 10 February 1978double-dagger Basin Reserve, Wellington  England 4 13.3[note 1] 26 6 1.45 Won[24]
4 24 August 1978 Lord's Cricket Ground, London  England 2 32 84 5 2.62 Lost[27]
5 2 February 1979 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  Pakistan 1 25[note 1] 62 5 1.86 Lost[25]
6 23 February 1979 Eden Park, Auckland  Pakistan 2 27[note 1] 104 5 2.88 Drawn[26]
7 9 February 1980*double-dagger Carisbrook, Dunedin  West Indies 1 20 34 5 1.70 Won[13]
8 9 February 1980*double-dagger Carisbrook, Dunedin  West Indies 3 36 68 6 1.88 Won[13]
9 12 December 1980 WACA Ground, Perth  Australia 2 27 87 5 3.22 Lost[28]
10 26 December 1980dagger Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia 3 27.2 57 6 2.08 Drawn[29]
11 6 March 1981 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  India 1 33 47 5 1.42 Drawn[30]
12 12 March 1982 Eden Park, Auckland  Australia 3 28 63 5 2.25 Won[31]
13 19 March 1982 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  Australia 1 28.5 100 6 3.46 Lost[32]
14 14 July 1983dagger Kennington Oval, London  England 1 23.4 53 6 2.23 Lost[33]
15 11 August 1983 Lord's Cricket Ground, London  England 1 40 93 5 2.32 Lost[34]
16 3 February 1984dagger Lancaster Park, Christchurch  England 3 18 28 5 1.55 Won[35]
17 26 February 1984*daggerdouble-dagger Colombo Cricket Club Ground, Colombo  Sri Lanka 1 22 73 5 3.31 Won[14]
18 26 February 1984*daggerdouble-dagger Colombo Cricket Club Ground, Colombo  Sri Lanka 3 16 29 5 1.81 Won[14]
19 9 February 1985 Carisbrook, Dunedin  Pakistan 1 24 51 6 2.12 Won[36]
20 8 November 1985*daggerdouble-dagger Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Australia 1 23.4 52 9 2.19 Won[15]
21 8 November 1985*daggerdouble-dagger Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Australia 3 28.5 71 6 2.46 Won[15]
22 22 November 1985 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia 2 24 65 5 2.70 Lost[37]
23 30 November 1985*daggerdouble-dagger WACA Ground, Perth  Australia 1 26.5 65 5 2.42 Won[16]
24 30 November 1985*daggerdouble-dagger WACA Ground, Perth  Australia 3 39 90 6 2.30 Won[16]
25 28 February 1986 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  Australia 1 44 116 7 2.59 Drawn[38]
26 24 July 1986 Lord's Cricket Ground, London  England 1 37.5 80 6 2.11 Drawn[39]
27 7 August 1986daggerdouble-dagger Trent Bridge, Nottingham  England 1 32 80 6 2.50 Won[40]
28 27 February 1987 Eden Park, Auckland  West Indies 1 41.4 105 6 2.52 Lost[41]
29 12 March 1987dagger Lancaster Park, Christchurch  West Indies 1 12.3 50 6 4.00 Won[42]
30 15 December 1987 Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Australia 2 42 68 5 1.61 Drawn[43]
31 26 December 1987*daggerdouble-dagger Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia 2 44 109 5 2.47 Drawn[17]
32 26 December 1987*daggerdouble-dagger Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia 4 31 67 5 2.16 Drawn[17]
33 12 November 1988 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore  India 1 30 65 5 2.16 Lost[44]
34 24 November 1988double-dagger Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai  India 2 20.5 49 6 2.35 Won[45]
35 15 February 1990 Basin Reserve, Wellington  Australia 1 16.2 39 5 2.38 Won[46]
36 6 May 1990 Edgbaston, Birmingham  England 3 21 53 5 2.52 Lost[47]

One Day Internationals

Five-wicket hauls in One Day Internationals
No. Date Ground Against Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 9 December 1980dagger WACA Ground, Perth  India 1 9 32 5 3.55 Lost[21]
2 29 January 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia 2 8.3 26 5 3.05 Won[48]
3 13 June 1983dagger County Cricket Ground, Bristol  Sri Lanka 1 10.1 25 5 2.45 Won[22]
4 18 February 1984 Lancaster Park, Christchurch  England 1 10 32 5 3.20 Lost[49]
5 6 February 1989 McLean Park, Napier  Pakistan 1 10 38 5 3.80 Won[50]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Eight-ball overs were bowled in this match.[12][23][24][25][26]

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External links

  • "Statistics – Statsguru – Richard Hadlee – Test matches". ESPNcricinfo. Archived from the original on 22 January 2013. 
  • "Statistics – Statsguru – Richard Hadlee – One Day Internationals". ESPNcricinfo. Archived from the original on 23 January 2013. 
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