List of international cricket five-wicket hauls by Terry Alderman

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 . [Edit ] [ add listing ] [ add listing] Do you want to advertise with us? Click here to register and get updates when this answer is edited. 23 bowlers have taken at least 20 five-wicket hauls at international level in their cricketing careers. [3]Terence Michael Alderman (born June 12, 1956, in Subiaco, Western Australia , Australia) is a trained Australian cricketer .

He Began His first-class career in 1974 with Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield and cam to international prominence When He Was Chosen for the National Australian team to England in around 1981. In That He Took series 42 Test wickets, Including nine we start, [4] The Biggest haul in a series since Jim Laker ‘s 46 in 1956 and the fourth – highest total of all time. Alderman’s 42 wickets is the record for the most wickets taken in a series without taking 10 wickets in a match. [5] He was named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in the Almanack’s 1982 edition.

Alderman took part in an unofficial Australian tour of South Africa in 1985-86 and 1986-87, when that country was banned from Test Cricket as a Commonwealth anti- apartheidsanction. As a result, he received a three-year ban from international cricket qui _him_ disqualified from playing in the 1985 Ashes series in England.

Following his suspension, Alderman returned to the Australian side and resumed his success against England, taking 41 wickets in the 1989 Ashes series and another 16 in the 1990-91 series , his final Ashesappearance. He rarely enjoyed similar success against other countries. His final test series was against the West Indies in 1990-91, where he ended his career with 170 test wickets.

In his 41 Tests Alderman took 5 wickets in an innings 14 times, and 10 in a match once. [6] In addition he played 65 One Day Internationals for Australia taking 88 wickets, twice achieving a five-wicket haul. [7]

Key

symbol Meaning
Dated Date the match was held, or starting date of the match for Test matches
Inn The 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
batsmen The batsmen whose wickets were taken in the five-wicket haul
Econ Bowling economy rate (average runs per over)
result The result for Australia in that match
* One of two five-wicket hauls by Alderman in a match
10 wickets or more taken in the match

Test five-wicket hauls

Five-wicket hauls in Test cricket by Terry Alderman
No. Dated Ground Against Inn overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 18 June 1981 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  England 2 19.0 62 5 1.98
  • G Boycott
  • RA Woolmer
  • MW Gatting
  • PR Downton
  • GR Dilley
Won [8]
2 16 July 1981 Headingley , Leeds  England 2 35.3 135 6 3.80
  • G Boycott
  • D Gower
  • MW Gatting
  • RW Taylor
  • GR Dilley
  • RGD Willis
Lost [9]
3 30 July 1981 Edgbaston , Birmingham  England 1 23.1 42 5 1.81
  • G Boycott
  • D Gower
  • IT Botham
  • RW Taylor
  • RGD Willis
Lost [10]
4 13 August 1981 Old Trafford , Manchester  England 2 52.0 109 5 2.09
  • GA Gooch
  • G Boycott
  • CJ Tavare
  • MW Gatting
  • JM Brearley
Lost [11]
5 9 November 1984 WACA Ground , Perth  West Indies 1 39.0 128 6 3.28
  • CG Greenidge
  • RB Richardson
  • IVA Richards
  • CH Lloyd
  • PJL Dujon
  • MA Holding
Lost [12]
6 8 June 1989 * Headingley , Leeds  England 1 37.0 107 5 2.89
  • GA Gooch
  • KJ Barnett
  • AJ Lamb
  • RA Smith
  • PAJ DeFreitas
Won [13]
7 8 June 1989 * Headingley , Leeds  England 2 20.0 44 5 2.20
  • BC Broad
  • KJ Barnett
  • AJ Lamb
  • DR Pringle
  • PJ Newport
Won [13]
8 22 June 1989 Lord’s , London  England 2 38.0 128 6 3.36
  • GA Gooch
  • KJ Barnett
  • MW Gatting
  • RA Smith
  • NA Foster
  • PW Jarvis
Won [14]
9 27 July 1989 Old Trafford , Manchester  England 2 27.0 66 5 2.44
  • TS Curtis
  • RA Smith
  • IT Botham
  • JE Emburey
  • NA Foster
Won [15]
10 10 August 1989 Trent Bridge , Nottingham  England 1 19.0 69 5 3.63
  • TS Curtis
  • MD Moxon
  • MA Atherton
  • RA Smith
  • EE Hemmings
Won [16]
11 24 August 1989 The Oval , London  England 1 33.5 66 5 2.44
  • GA Gooch
  • JP Stephenson
  • DI Gower
  • DJ Capel
  • RC Russell
Drawn [17]
12 12 January 1990 Melbourne Cricket Ground , Melbourne  Pakistan 2 27.0 105 5 3.10
  • Mansoor Akhtar
  • Imran Khan
  • Saleem Yousuf
  • Waqar Younis
  • Aaqib Javed
Won [18]
13 3 February 1990 Sydney Cricket Ground , Sydney  Pakistan 1 33.5 65 5 1.92
  • Aamer Malik
  • Shoaib Mohammad
  • Wasim Akram
  • Tauseef Ahmed
  • Nadeem Ghauri
Drawn [19]
14 23 November 1990 The Gabba , Brisbane  England 2 22.0 47 6 2.13
  • MA Atherton
  • AJ Lamb
  • RA Smith
  • AJ Stewart
  • CC Lewis
  • ARC Fraser
Won [20]

Test ten-wicket hauls

Ten-wicket hauls in Test cricket by Terry Alderman
No. figures Match arrival City opponent year result
1 10/151 25 Headingley Leeds  England 1989 Won [13]

ODI five-wicket hauls

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International cricket by Terry Alderman
No. Dated Ground Against overs runs WKTS Econ batsmen result
1 20 February 1982 Basin Reserve , Wellington  New Zealand 10.0 17 5 1.70
  • BA Edgar
  • MD Crowe
  • GP Howarth
  • BR Blair
  • IDS Smith
Won [21]
2 3 March 1990 Lancaster Park , Christchurch  india 10.0 32 5 3.20
  • VB Chandrasekhar
  • WV Raman
  • N Kapil Dev
  • M Prabhakar
  • KS More
Won [22]

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