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9 overs: Australia 16-2 (Smith 1, Labuchagne 0) Otome’s third straight win! Boult whistled Jaffa over Smith’s bat’s shoulder to start the ninth over. Australia’s first drop was followed by five more lines and length dots as they had no chance against such accurate bowling. Australia is currently scoreless with 21 pitches.

8 overs: Australia 16-2 (Smith 1, Labuchagne 0) New Zealand consecutive virgins. The number of unscored deliveries increases to 15 as Southee keeps Labuschagne honest.

Seven overs: Australia 16-2 (Smith 1, Labuchagne 0) Trent Vault strengthens its New Zealand position by handing it over to Steve Smith.

So far all of the Australian batsmen have looked unsure of the crease, unsure whether to go into the game or use the pace of the ball to score. Smith, with an angled bat held limp outside of a vault stump that luckily failed to gather an edge, is the latest player to be nearly killed by such clouded thinking. A similar shot in the second half catches the splice, but always downwards.

6 overs: Australia 16-2 (Smith 1, Labuchagne 0) Finch’s final ODI innings were disappointing but excellent bowling. Australia makes their starter meal again.

Wicket! Finch b Southey 5 (Australia 16-2)

The Cairns crowd applauds Aaron Finch for walking from the final crease after being bowled cleanly out of the gate by Tim Southey in Australia’s ODI Gold. The drive was optimistic, but the ball went into the seam, hitting the inside edge and rattling the stumps.

5 overs: Australia 14-1 (Finch 4, Smith 0) The ball was only not there for that shot from Inglis, a wicket-taker from Stoke who missed the timing thanks to a small jagged right-hander off the pitch. super bowling.

Wicket! Inglis c Latham b Vault 10 (Australia 14-1)

Inglis rotated the strike well with another glide to the third man and Finch asserted himself and came out to meet Boult with a half-volley pushing the ball forward through cover. Boult remains unperturbed and takes the slow ball just off the pitch back to Inglis. Opener repeats the glide that spins the strike, but this time he can only cut into Latham’s safety glove.

4 overs: Australia 10-0 (Inglis 9, Finch 1) Southee made another start at short and wide, this time with Inglis scoring four through points. Oh, and replays aren’t pretty for Glenn Phillips. When you say 4 “passing points”, that’s almost literally what happened.Phillips drop He picked it up late, and a regulation chance to the right hip that barely reached his fingertips. Bad his mistakes in the early days of the Blackcaps.

Southee completes the over with a loud LBW shout. Although he declined on the pitch, examination By Williamson. It looked and sounded like Inside Edge in real time. What I do know is that replays show a large gap between bat and ball. However, DRS saves Finch with an animation that shows the ball was tracking a few millimeters above the foot stump.

3 overs: Australia 5-0 (Inglis 4, Finch 1) Finch fell, ran onside and went off the mark in the final inning. But it’s one of two more runs where the vault settles on a beautiful line and length, curving back in an almost creeping fashion around Inglis’ gate and slanting across the outside edge.

2 overs: Australia 3-0 (Inglis 3, Finch 0) Southey starts on his old buddy vault, but he starts short and wide and needs a nice diving stop off the point to prevent a boundary. Southee stays back and Inglis pays attention until he’s off the pad. A loose over from a big right-handed swinging bowler.

1 over: Australia 1-0 (Inglis 1, Finch 0) Vault successfully shot for the top of off on three deliveries, the third of which Inglis led the third man to move the scoreboard. The vault then straightens towards Finch, aiming the front at his pad and immediately doing his LBW Shout. The line returns to the top of the off and Finch is uncomfortable defending against the crease. edging Right before the lonely slip. Great start from Kiwi Quick.

Torrent Vault has a new ball. He’s rushing to throw the ball at right-handed Josh Inglis…

Finch puts on his helmet and skips the final boundary rope in ODI cricket to receive a big hug from his former flatmate Maxwell. As he approaches the square, Black with his caps waiting as guards of honor, Williamson steps outside to warmly shake his opponent’s number.

Outstride Aaron Finch led Australia’s XI to the field for the last time in 50 over cricket. Both teams will take the oval and stand by the perimeter for a minute’s silence in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Cairns is 30 degrees and bright and sunny, with southerly winds softening the sun’s strength.

Fans will take part in the third leg of the One Day International Series between Australia and New Zealand on 11 September 2022 at Cairns Stadium in Cairns. Photo: Emily Barker/Getty Images

A little bit of men’s international cricket happened overnight, and quite a lot happened quickly.

This is the big question facing the Australian Council in the coming days.Me

Is Smith worth the trouble with his appointment? I go to Maxi.

In other white ball news, two Australians are in demand.

Kelly O’Keeffe said of Finch: “He played for his team and his team played for him.”

“It’s very comfortable,” says Finch of his decision to move away from 50-over cricket. “It’s the right time for someone else to take the team in a new direction.”


Three visitor changes were made, with Allen replacing Guptyl, Phillips replacing Bracewell, and Ferguson replacing Henry.

Two changes of host. Inglis replaced Warner and Green returned to replace Stoinis.

new zealand: 1 Finn Allen, 2 Devon Conway, 3 Kane Williamson (captain), 4 Tom Latham (wk), 5 Daryl Mitchell, 6 Glen Phillips, 7 Jimmy Neesham, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Rocky Ferguson, 10 Tim Southey, 11 torrent vault

Australia: 1 Aaron Finch (captain), 2 Josh Inglis, 3 Stephen Smith, 4 Marnas Lavaschange, 5 Alex Carey (wk), 6 Cameron Green, 7 Glenn Maxwell, 8 Sean Abbott, 9 Mitchell Stark, 10 Adam Zampa, 11 Josh hazel wood

New Zealand win the toss and throw the ball first

Kane Williamson is less decisive on his call but wants to see how the pitch plays before his team bats. He says he was happy to lose the toss.


Jonathan Howcroft

Jonathan Howcroft

hello everyone. Held in Cairns, Chappell welcomes live streams of the final installments of his Hadley series. We will be at Cazaris Stadium around 2:20pm AEST / 4:20pm NZST.

As far as marquee bilateral series go, this one is off Broadway. Quarantined on pay TV while it was still frosty in Victoria, at the end of the business of foot season, played with the Boondock.

You’d be forgiven if you didn’t even know this series was going on.

But when Australian captain Aaron Finch announced he was retiring from one-day international cricket, the deadliest of the dead rubbers was resurrected. At least today is an opportunity to pay tribute to a man who deserves to be the top whiteball cricketer in Australia. He smashed record-breaking scores from the top of the order, led triumphantly through volatile times, and casually exuded poise from an easy smile as he chewed his gum. splendid servant.

If you have anything to add to today’s minutes, you know that drill. email here or tweet @JP HowcroftSend us your best memories of Finch. Sprinkle during a call.

Aaron Finch announces retirement from ODI cricket.

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