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2008–09 Sheffield Shield season

2008–09 Sheffield Shield
Administrator(s) Cricket Australia
Cricket format First-class
Tournament format(s) Double round-robin
Champions Victoria (27th title)
Participants 6
Matches played 30, plus final
Man of the Series Phillip Hughes (NSW)
Most runs Michael Klinger (SA) (1203 Runs)
Most wickets Brett Dorey (WA) (42 wickets)

The 2008–09 Sheffield Shield season was the 116th season of official first-class domestic cricket in Australia. After nine seasons of being named the Pura Cup, it was announced that the Australian interstate trophy would return to its previous name of the Sheffield Shield as part of a new sponsorship agreement with Weet-Bix.[1] The season began on 10 October 2008 when the Queensland took on Tasmania at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. The Victorian Bushrangers claimed the title following a draw with Queensland in the final at the Junction Oval.[2]

Table

The top two teams after each round is played will compete for the Sheffield Shield final. The match will be contested at the home ground of the side that finishes first. For an explanation of how points are rewarded, see Sheffield Shield Points System.

Final, as of 8 March

Team Pts Pld W D L Quo
Victoria 44 10 6 4 0 1.520
Queensland 28 10 4 1 5 0.949
South Australia 26 10 4 3 3 1.064
Tasmania 26 10 4 1 5 0.881
Western Australia 20 10 3 2 5 0.836
New South Wales 18 10 2 3 5 0.878

Teams

Club Home Ground Captain
New South Wales Blues Sydney Cricket Ground Simon Katich
Queensland Bulls Brisbane Cricket Ground Chris Simpson
Southern Redbacks Adelaide Oval Graham Manou
Tasmanian Tigers Bellerive Oval Daniel Marsh
Victorian Bushrangers Melbourne Cricket Ground Cameron White
Western Warriors WACA Ground Marcus North

Fixtures and results

Round 1

10 – 12 October
Report
v
Tasmania
236 (55.1 Overs)
Chris Swan 76 (84)
Chris Hartley 55 (99)
Tim Macdonald 4/42 (10.1 Overs)
106 (46.3 Overs)
Brett Geeves 31 (70)
Ashley Noffke 3/14 (14 Overs)
Andrew Symonds 3/17 (6 Overs)
62 (31.5 Overs)
Ashley Noffke 16 (43)
Chris Swan 16 (34)
Ben Hilfenhaus 5/14 (12 Overs)
144 (51.4 Overs)
Rhett Lockyear 34 (73)
James Hopes 4/24 (11.4 Overs)
Queensland won by 48 runs
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
Umpires: BNJ Oxenford and JD Ward
Player of the match: Chris Hartley
  • Points: Queensland 6, Tasmania 0

10 – 13 October
Report
v
New South Wales
265 (92 Overs)
Theo Doropoulos 41 (87)
Grant Lambert 5/82 (21 Overs)
177 (58.2 Overs)
Nathan Bracken 63 (45)
Steve Magoffin 4/36 (19 Overs)
2/224 dec. (54.5 Overs)
Luke Pomersbach 78 (74)
Shaun Marsh 74 (164)
Grant Lambert 1/41 (9 Overs)
310 (116.1 Overs)
Dominic Thornely 97 (166)
Greg Mail 77 (213)
Steve Magoffin 6/66 (26.1 Overs)
Western Australia won by 8 wickets
WACA Ground, Perth
Umpires: AR Craig and RL Parry
Player of the match: Steve Magoffin
  • Points: Western Australia 6, New South Wales 0

14 – 17 October
Report
v
Victoria
7/357 dec. (137 Overs)
Michael Klinger 150 n.o. (350)
Shane Harwood 2/78 (28 Overs)
6/473 dec. (134.4 Overs)
Nick Jewell 164 (256)
Brad Hodge 104 (200)
Paul Rofe 3/80 (27 Overs)
7/176 (61 Overs)
Daniel Harris 62 (141)
Andrew McDonald 3/15 (9 Overs)
151 (46.4 Overs)
Shane Harwood 31 (52)
Dan Cullen 3/60 (20 Overs)
Match drawn
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Umpires: RJ Tucker and AP Ward
Player of the match: Nick Jewell
  • Points: Victoria 2, South Australia 0

Round 2

19 – 22 October
v
187 (72.2 overs)
George Bailey 71 (159)
Adam Voges 3/12 (7.0 overs)
Steve Magoffin 3/31 (17.0 overs)
283 (87.1 overs)
Steve Magoffin 79 (190)
Adam Voges 69 (122)
Brett Geeves 5/76 (23.1 overs)
292 (127.2 overs)
Rhett Lockyear 77 (134)
Marcus North 3/51 (25.0 overs)
Ben Edmondson 3/55 (18.0 overs)
6/197 (59.0 overs)
Theo Doropoulos 58* (85)
Marcus North 47 (135)
Brett Geeves 4/62 (23.0 overs)
Western Australia won by 4 wickets
WACA Ground, Perth
Umpires: Paul Reiffel and Mick Martell
Player of the match: Steve Magoffin
  • Points: Western Australia 6, Tasmania 0

21 – 23 October
v
Victoria
245 (65.3 overs)
Ryan Broad 96 (148)
Dirk Nannes 4/45 (12.0 overs)
Damien Wright 4/64 (19.0 overs)
353 (87.1 overs)
Robert Quiney 127 (216)
Ashley Noffke 3/72 (26.0 overs)
Ryan Harris 3/83 (24.0 overs)
150 (127.2 overs)
Greg Moller 38 (81)
Dirk Nannes 7/50 (16.0 overs)
Clinton McKay 2/28 (8.4 overs)
1/45 (59 overs)
Nick Jewell 27 (37)
Ryan Harris 1/27 (5.2 overs)
Victoria won by 9 wickets
Gabba, Brisbane
Umpires: Andrew Craig and Ian Lock
Player of the match: Dirk Nannes
  • Points: Victoria 6, Queensland 0

24 – 27 October
v
New South Wales
313 (92.4 overs)
Graham Manou 80 (124)
Aaron O'Brien 63 (114)
Burt Cockley 3/37 (15.4 overs)
576 (162.4 overs)
Phillip Hughes 198 (328)
Peter Forrest 135 (193)
Beau Casson 70 (118)
5/300 (117.0 overs)
Michael Klinger 74 (199)
Younis Khan 71 (137)
Daniel Harris 63 (199)
Match drawn
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Umpires: Jeff Brookes and Rod Tucker
Player of the match: Phillip Hughes
  • Points: New South Wales 2, South Australia 0

Round 3

31 October – 3 November
Report
v
Queensland
206 (85.1 overs)
Marcus North 94 (199)
Ryan Harris 4/67 (29.0 overs)
208 (81.4 overs)
Clinton Perren 58 (158)
Steve Magoffin 3/23 (17.0 overs)
196 (63.0 overs)
Luke Pomersbach 104 (158)
Ashley Noffke 4/27 (15.0 overs)
8/321 dec. (104.4 overs)
Chris Broad 118 (224)
Brett Dorey 4/75 (28.0 overs)
Queensland Bulls won by 127 runs
WACA Ground, Perth
Umpires: M Martell and IH Lock
Player of the match: Ashley Noffke
  • Points: Queensland 6, Western Australia 0

3 – 6 November
(scorecard)
v
South Australia
252 (73.5 overs)
Travis Birt 42 (86)
Peter George 4/56 (15.5 overs)
232 (76.5 overs)
Callum Ferguson 65 (86)
Tim MacDonald 6/40 (14.5 overs)
7/184 (73.5 overs)
Tim Paine 69 (160)
Mark Cleary 2/42 (18.0 overs)
200 (70.3 overs)
Daniel Harris 47 (122)
Ben Hilfenhaus 5/53 (20.3 overs)
Tasmanian Tigers won by 3 wickets
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: BNJ Oxenford and AP Ward
Player of the match: Ben Hilfenhaus
  • Points: Tasmania 6, South Australia 0

4 – 7 November
(scorecard)
v
Victoria
261 (91.1 overs)
Usman Khawaja 66 (126)
Clint McKay 4/33 (22.1 overs)
440 (143.2 overs)
Chris Rogers 159 (302)
Burt Cockley 5/84 (19.2 overs)
8/340 (134.0 overs)
Phillip Hughes 86 (171)
Jon Holland 3/96 (38.0 overs)
Match Drawn
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Umpires: SD Fry & PR Reiffel
Player of the match: Chris Rogers
  • Points: Victoria 2, New South Wales 0

Round 4

10 – 13 November
(scorecard)
v
Western Australia
9/479 Dec (168.2 overs)
Michael Klinger 255 (502)
Cameron Borgas 105 (312)
Brett Dorey 3/68 (27.2)
309 (124.0 overs)
Wes Robinson 141 (340)
Dan Cullen 3/91 (41.0 overs)
6/247 (76.0 overs)
Luke Pomersbach 144 (166)
Marcus North 50 (182)
Allan Wise 2/24 (13.0 overs)
Match Drawn
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Umpires: SD Fry & JD Ward
Player of the match: Michael Klinger
  • Points: South Australia 2, Western Australia 0

15 – 18 November
(scorecard)
v
Tasmania
484 (134.5 overs)
Nick Jewell 92 (168)
Rob Quiney 88 (139)
Damien Wright 84 (117)
David Hussey 76 (186)
Brett Geeves 4/103 (31.0 overs)
218 (90.3 overs)
George Bailey 73 (185)
Andrew McDonald 3/29 (17.0 overs)
0/35 (7.2 overs)
Chris Rogers 21 n.o. (20)
300 (112.5 overs)
Brett Geeves 99 n.o. (147)
Daniel Marsh 75 (173)
Clint McKay 5/78 (30.5)
Victoria won by 10 wickets
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Umpires: IH Lock & RL Parry
Player of the match: Clint McKay
  • Points: Victoria 6, Tasmania 0

21 – 24 November
(scorecard)
v
Queensland
210 (78.5 overs)
Beau Casson 63 (124)
Chris Swan 4/21 (16.0 overs)
354 (101.3 overs)
Martin Love 110 (206)
Nick Kruger 78 (118)
Burt Cockley 5/76 (19.0 overs)
262 (99.1 overs)
Daniel Smith 70 (50)
Chris Simpson 5/68 (24.1)
0/119 (29.0 overs)
Nick Kruger 61 n.o. (77)
Ryan Broad 51 n.o. (102)
Queensland won by 10 wickets
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Umpires: GA Abood & SJA Taufel
Player of the match: Martin Love
  • Points: Queensland 6, New South Wales 0

Round 5

21 – 24 November
(scorecard)
v
Victoria
239 (98.4 overs)
Marcus North 103 (231)
James Pattinson 3/43 (20.0)
326 (76.2 overs)
Chris Rogers 115 (132)
Matthew Wade 68 (88)
Brett Dorey 5/104 (26.0)
8/404 Dec (115.0 overs)
Marcus North 141 (227)
Steve Magoffin 66* (109)
Adam Voges 52 (89)
Damien Wright 5/52 (32.0)
4/321 (72.5 overs)
Chris Rogers 147* (232)
David Hussey 87 (104)
Andrew McDonald 60 (69)
Brett Dorey 3/75 (20.0)
Victoria won by 6 wickets
WACA Ground, Perth
Umpires: AR Craig and JD Ward
Player of the match: Chris Rogers (Vic)
  • Points: Victoria 6, Western Australia 0

28 November – 1 December
(scorecard)
v
South Australia
352 (74.2 overs)
Lee Carseldine 152 (174)
Ryan Harris 51 (54)
Allan Wise 3/72 (18.0)
411 (108 overs)
Callum Ferguson 132 (136)
Younis Khan 118 (192)
Shane Watson 7/69 (21.0)
392 (87.5 overs)
Shane Watson 81 (83)
Martin Love 50 (67)
Daniel Christian 4/89 (19)
7/334 (95.5 overs)
Michael Klinger 137 (270)
Cameron Borgas 60 (106)
Chris Swan 3/56 (17)
South Australia won by 3 wickets
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
Umpires: JK Brookes and PR Reiffel
Player of the match: Michael Klinger (SA)
  • Points: South Australia 6, Queensland 0

2 – 4 December
(scorecard)
v
New South Wales
127 (46.4 overs)
Gerard Denton 48 (105)
Nathan Bracken 5/28 (20.0)
172 (65.2 overs)
Phillip Hughes 93 (167)
Gerard Denton 5/18 (9.2)
7/221 (80.0 overs)
Tim Paine 59 (102)
Daniel Marsh 58 (113)
Nathan Bracken 3/41 (22.0)
173 (50.5 overs)
Phillip Hughes 108 (152)
Daniel Marsh 3/33 (8.5)
Tasmania won by 3 wickets
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: SD Fry and RL Parry
  • Points: Tasmania 6, New South Wales 2

Round 6

15 – 17 December
v
Western Australia
296
211
2/58
140
Victoria won by 8 wickets
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
  • Points: Victoria 6, Western Australia 0

16 – 19 December
v
Queensland
214
230
4/114
93
Tasmania won by 6 wickets
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Points: Tasmania 6, Queensland 2

18 – 21 December
v
6/483 dec
3/304 dec
2/120 (dec)
224
New South Wales won by 75 runs
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Points: New South Wales 6, South Australia 0

Round 7

30 – 2 January February
v
Tasmania
4/521 dec
328
5/157 dec
236
New South Wales won by 114 runs
Newcastle Number 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle
  • Points: New South Wales 6, Tasmania 0

30 – 1 January February
v
Western Australia
247
236
179
4/193
Western Australia won by 6 wickets
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
  • Points: Western Australia 6, Queensland 2

30 – 2 January February
v
South Australia
400
9/348 dec
2/262 dec
289
Victoria won by 25 runs
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
  • Points: Victoria 6, South Australia 0

Round 8

13 – 16 February
v
Queensland
6/489 December
8/300 December
7/143 December
313
South Australia won by 19 runs
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Points: South Australia 6, Queensland 0

15 – 17 February
v
New South Wales
447
227
218
Victoria won by an innings and 2 runs
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
  • Points: Victoria 6, New South Wales 0

16 – 18 February
v
Western Australia
163
189
5/197
168
Tasmania won by 5 wickets
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Points: Tasmania 6, Western Australia 2

Round 9

26 February – 1 March
v
New South Wales
7/547 Dec
269
149
Queensland won by an innings and 129 runs
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
  • Points: Queensland 6, New South Wales 0

26 February – 1 March
v
Victoria
300
535
5/155
158
Match Drawn
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Points: Victoria 2, Tasmania 0

26 February – 1 March
v
South Australia
243
9/457 Dec
228
1/17
South Australia won by 9 wickets
WACA Ground, Perth
  • Points: South Australia 6, Western Australia 0

5 – 8 March
v
8/806 Dec
Brad Hodge 261 (394)
Chris Simpson 4/194 (65.0)
302
Shane Watson 145 (167)
John Hastings 4/56 (21.0)
1/187
Ryan Broad 100* (130)
Jon Holland 1/75 (16.0)
  • Points: Victoria 2, Queensland 0

5 – 8 March
v
Western Australia
8/526 Dec
210
4/248
  • Points: New South Wales 2, Western Australia 0

5 – 8 March
v
Tasmania
253
Callum Ferguson 54 (105)
Luke Butterworth 5/43 (14.4)
301
George Bailey 123 (231)
Mark Cleary 7/91 (43.1)
5/338
Mark Cosgrove 118 (141)
Jeremy Smith 1/33 (8)
9/289 Dec
Luke Butterworth 77 (122)
Daniel Christian 4/76 (18)
South Australia won by 5 wickets
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Points: South Australia 6, Tasmania 2

Final

13 March – 17 March
v
Queensland
510 (166 overs)
Cameron White 135
David Hussey 113
Andrew Symonds 4/48
James Hopes 3/119
200 (61 overs)
Martin Love 41
Chris Simpson 27
Dirk Nannes 4/65
Clinton McKay 3/35
5/282 Dec (51 overs)
Brad Hodge 90
Nick Jewell 75
Chris Simpson 2/49
1/221 (52 overs)
Ryan Broad 109
Martin Love 104*
Shane Harwood 1/47
Match Drawn
Junction Oval, Melbourne
Umpires: Bruce Oxenford and Paul Reiffel
Player of the match: Cameron White
  • Victoria win the Sheffield Shield by virtue of finishing top of the points table

Statistics

Most Runs

Player Team Matches Innings Runs Average HS 100s 50s
Michael Klinger South Australia 10 19 1203 70.76 255 4 4
Chris Rogers Victoria 11 19 1195 74.68 159 5 5
Phil Hughes New South Wales 7 13 891 74.25 198 4 3
As 17 March

Most Wickets

Player Team Matches Overs Wickets Average BBI 5W
Brett Dorey Western Australia 10 365.3 42 24.11 6/28 4
Dirk Nannes Victoria 8 235.0 38 21.00 7/50 1
Steve Magoffin Western Australia 9 331.3 38 22.86 6/66 1
As 17 March

References

  1. ^ Cricket Australia and Weet-Bix bring Sheffield Shield back Cricket.com.au. Retrieved 16 July 2008
  2. ^ 2008–09 Draw NSW Blues. Retrieved 16 July 2008
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