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    Interesting to see Harvey at 6. Surprised Clarke didnt climb even further after that 4/42!:P

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    Originally posted by Mr. Ponting
    Interesting to see Harvey at 6. Surprised Clarke didnt climb even further after that 4/42!:P
    One of the reasons Ian Harvey is No.5 in the rankings is that he has bowled more than say for example Jason Gillespie (due to Gillespie being injured) who is No.6, this means that Harvey has more opportunities to rank higher in the rankings. Harvey has also put in some good bowling performances to be fair. Though if you take the avg. number of points per innings into account, then you could assume that if Gillespie wasn't injured, he would more than likely be ahead of Harvey. Also if Bracken continues to perform like he is in India right now, he should overtake Harvey in the bowling rankings, unless Harvey puts in some more good bowling performances (thats if he gets to play).

    Clarke is only 2 points behind Shane Watson. He has jumped two places and his avg. points per innings (bowling) has gone up by 35.83 :wow:

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    It will be interesting to see if Andy Bichel will overtake Brett Lee to become (by my ratings) Australia's No.1 ODI bowler for 2003. Though if think Lee will still be No.1 as Bichel has only a few ODI's left to catch Lee and Bichel has been a little quiet in his recent ODI bowling performances. If Lee is No.1 for 2003, it would be even more remarkable as he is missing the entire Tri-series in India due to injury, yet still had a big enough lead prior to the rest of the Australians leaving to go to India to stay No.1.

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    Clarke has a higher bowling average than McGrath. This suggests a flaw to me.
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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Clarke has a higher bowling average than McGrath. This suggests a flaw to me.
    Well if you take into account that Michael Clarke (139@46.33) has only bowled in three innings this year, it wouldn't be fair to compare Clarkes average with Glenn McGrath's. McGrath (877@46.15) has on the other hand bowled in 19 innings this year. To be fair to McGrath, he has bowled with injuries which would have not helped his bowling performances and this also would of then hurt his average.

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    2003 Australian ODI Rankings (as of Australia vs. New Zealand, 5th match of tri-series in Poona [3.11.03])

    Batting
    No.1: Ricky Ponting - 1492@64.86
    No.2: Adam Gilchrist - 1397@51.74
    No.3: Damien Martyn - 1288@99.07
    No.4: Mathew Hayden - 1124@46.83
    No.5: Andrew Symonds - 975@65.00
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 732@56.30
    No.7: Darren Lehmann - 682@75.77
    No.8: Michael Clarke - 472@118.00
    No.9: Brad Hogg - 333@37.00
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 296@42.28
    No.11: Jimmy Maher - 141@17.62
    No.12: Ian Harvey - 119@14.87
    No.13: Shane Watson - 59@59.00
    No.14: Brett Lee - 58@7.25
    No.15: Nathan Hauritz - 19@19.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 13@ n/a
    No.17: Jason Gillespie - 8@ n/a
    No.18: Glenn McGrath - 8@ n/a
    No.19: Nathan Bracken - 4@ n/a
    No.20: Shane Warne - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brett Lee - 1282@53.41
    No.2: Andy Bichel - 1056@42.24
    No.3: Brad Hogg - 897@34.50
    No.4: Glenn McGrath - 877@46.15
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 553@36.86
    No.6: Jason Gillespie - 517@47.00
    No.7: Brad Williams - 492@49.20
    No.8: Nathan Bracken - 413@68.83
    No.9: Darren Lehmann - 237@21.54
    No.10: Andrew Symonds - 220@12.22
    No.11: Shane Watson - 141@28.20
    No.12: Michael Clarke - 139@34.75
    No.13: Shane Warne - 85@42.50
    No.14: Nathan Hauritz - 47@15.66
    No.15: Damien Martyn - 21@7.00

    Michael Bevan went up from No.7 to No.6 in the batting rankings, Darren Lehmann has dropped to No.7 from No.6.

    In the Bowling rankings, Brad Williams has gone from No.8 to No.7 passing Nathan Bracken who has dropped from No.7 to No.8.

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    Did Clarke go up the rankings after his 70 mate? It was a very good innings.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Ponting
    Did Clarke go up the rankings after his 70 mate? It was a very good innings.
    Strangely his overall 'average' went down.....

    His position didn't change neither.
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    No Clarke stayed in the same position. With my rankings, you will often improve your rank if you not only perform well, but also if you can play often. Clarke has only batted seven times this year so it is hard for him to improve his rank. Though if he could bat like he did for the remaining ODI's in India, he could come close to passing Darren Lehmann in the batting rankings.

    Clarkes average is amazing (118.00 points per innings). Though it is admitely high due to his few not outs and his drop in his average despite his 70 reflects this.

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    2003 Australian ODI Rankings (as of Australia vs. New Zealand, 7th match of tri-series in Guwahati [9.11.03])

    Batting
    No.1: Ricky Ponting - 1556@64.83
    No.2: Adam Gilchrist - 1397@51.74
    No.3: Damien Martyn - 1288@92.00
    No.4: Mathew Hayden - 1124@46.83
    No.5: Andrew Symonds - 984@61.50
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 886@68.15
    No.7: Darren Lehmann - 682@75.77
    No.8: Michael Clarke - 476@95.20
    No.9: Brad Hogg - 342@34.20
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 305@43.57
    No.11: Ian Harvey - 157@17.44
    No.12: Jimmy Maher - 145@16.11
    No.13: Shane Watson - 59@59.00
    No.14: Brett Lee - 58@7.25
    No.15: Nathan Hauritz - 19@19.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 13@ n/a
    No.17: Jason Gillespie - 8@ n/a
    No.18: Glenn McGrath - 8@ n/a
    No.19: Nathan Bracken - 4@ n/a
    No.20: Shane Warne - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brett Lee - 1282@53.41
    No.2: Andy Bichel - 1077@41.42
    No.3: Brad Hogg - 944@34.96
    No.4: Glenn McGrath - 877@46.15
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 574@35.87
    No.6: Jason Gillespie - 517@47.00
    No.7: Nathan Bracken - 493@70.42
    No.8: Brad Williams - 492@49.20
    No.9: Darren Lehmann - 237@21.54
    No.10: Andrew Symonds - 220@11.57
    No.11: Shane Watson - 141@28.20
    No.12: Michael Clarke - 139@27.80
    No.13: Shane Warne - 85@42.50
    No.14: Nathan Hauritz - 47@15.66
    No.15: Michael Kasprowicz - 21@21.00
    No.16: Damien Martyn - 21@7.00

    Batting
    Ian Harvey up from 12th to 11th.
    Jimmy Maher down from 11th to 12th.

    Ricky Ponting looks evermore likely to stay No.1 for 2003. Michael Bevan has improved considerbally in his points accumulation and his average after his 84 not out.


    Bowling
    Nathan Bracken up from 8th to 7th.
    Brad Williams down from 7th to 8th.
    Michael Kasprowicz up to 15th place in his first bowling apperance this year for Australia.

    Andy Bichel needs some really good bowling performances in the last two remaining ODI's for Australia if he is to overtake Brett Lee. Bracken and Williams are both in a close fight in the rankings and both have in recent matches traded positions on a regular basis.

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    Hoggy at no.3! 8D

    How about this - ya got any fielding records because Bevan robbed Hogg of a wicket with that dropped catch. (Having said that he had been hit about 80 metres away)
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    2003 Australian ODI Rankings (as of Australia vs. India, 8th match of tri-series in Bangalore [12.11.03])

    Batting
    No.1: Ricky Ponting - 1792@74.66
    No.2: Adam Gilchrist - 1595@56.96
    No.3: Damien Martyn - 1442@103.00
    No.4: Mathew Hayden - 1170@46.80
    No.5: Andrew Symonds - 984@61.50
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 886@68.15
    No.7: Darren Lehmann - 682@75.77
    No.8: Michael Clarke - 476@95.20
    No.9: Brad Hogg - 342@34.20
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 305@43.57
    No.11: Ian Harvey - 157@17.44
    No.12: Jimmy Maher - 145@16.11
    No.13: Shane Watson - 59@59.00
    No.14: Brett Lee - 58@7.25
    No.15: Nathan Hauritz - 19@19.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 13@ n/a
    No.17: Jason Gillespie - 8@ n/a
    No.18: Glenn McGrath - 8@ n/a
    No.19: Nathan Bracken - 4@ n/a
    No.20: Shane Warne - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brett Lee - 1282@53.41
    No.2: Andy Bichel - 1077@39.88
    No.3: Brad Hogg - 944@34.96
    No.4: Glenn McGrath - 877@46.15
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 621@36.52
    No.6: Jason Gillespie - 517@47.00
    No.7: Nathan Bracken - 493@70.42
    No.8: Brad Williams - 492@44.72
    No.9: Andrew Symonds - 300@15.00
    No.10: Darren Lehmann - 237@21.54
    No.11: Michael Clarke - 160@26.66
    No.12: Shane Watson - 141@28.20
    No.13: Shane Warne - 85@42.50
    No.14: Nathan Hauritz - 47@15.66
    No.15: Michael Kasprowicz - 42@21.00
    No.16: Damien Martyn - 21@7.00

    Bowling Rank Changes
    Andrew Symonds up from 10th to 9th
    Michael Clarke up from 12th to 11th
    Darren Lehmann down from 9th to 10th
    Shane Watson down from 11th to 12th

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    Final 2003 Australian ODI Rankings (as of Australia vs. India, 8th match of tri-series in Kolkata [18.11.03])

    Batting
    No.1: Ricky Ponting - 1838@73.52
    No.2: Adam Gilchrist - 1599@55.13
    No.3: Damien Martyn - 1535@102.33
    No.4: Mathew Hayden - 1185@45.57
    No.5: Andrew Symonds - 993@58.41
    No.6: Michael Bevan - 909@69.92
    No.7: Darren Lehmann - 682@75.77
    No.8: Michael Clarke - 522@104.40
    No.9: Brad Hogg - 342@34.20
    No.10: Andy Bichel - 305@43.57
    No.11: Ian Harvey - 157@17.44
    No.12: Jimmy Maher - 145@16.11
    No.13: Shane Watson - 59@59.00
    No.14: Brett Lee - 58@7.25
    No.15: Nathan Hauritz - 19@19.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 13@ n/a
    No.17: Jason Gillespie - 8@ n/a
    No.18: Glenn McGrath - 8@ n/a
    No.19: Nathan Bracken - 4@ n/a
    No.20: Shane Warne - 0@0.00

    Bowling
    No.1: Brett Lee - 1282@53.41
    No.2: Andy Bichel - 1098@39.21
    No.3: Brad Hogg - 944@34.96
    No.4: Glenn McGrath - 877@46.15
    No.5: Ian Harvey - 739@41.05
    No.6: Jason Gillespie - 517@47.00
    No.7: Nathan Bracken - 514@64.25
    No.8: Brad Williams - 513@42.75
    No.9: Andrew Symonds - 321@15.28
    No.10: Darren Lehmann - 237@21.54
    No.11: Michael Clarke - 207@29.57
    No.12: Shane Watson - 141@28.20
    No.13: Shane Warne - 85@42.50
    No.14: Nathan Hauritz - 47@15.66
    No.15: Michael Kasprowicz - 42@21.00
    No.16: Damien Martyn - 21@7.00


    Ricky Ponting makes it back to back No.1 Australian ODI Batsman for the year (2002 & now 2003).

    Brett Lee has become the No.1 Australian ODI Bowler for 2003.


    2002 Australian No.1's
    Test Batsman: Ricky Ponting
    Test Bowler: Shane Warne
    ODI Batsman: Ricky Ponting
    ODI Bowler: Glenn McGrath

    2003 Australian No.1's
    Test Batsman: ? (Mathew Hayden is so far No.1)
    Test Bowler: ? (Stuart MacGill is so far No.1)
    ODI Batsman: Ricky Ponting
    ODI Bowler: Brett Lee

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    sorry, it was meant to say rankings as of the Final (not the 8th match) of the tri-series

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    2003 Australian Test Match Rankings (as of Australia vs. India 1st Test at the 'Gabba [Brisbane])

    Batting
    No.1: Mathew Hayden - 2232 points@159.42 points per innings
    No.2: Ricky Ponting - 1407@117.25
    No.3: Steve Waugh - 1283@160.37
    No.4: Adam Gilchrist - 1070@118.88
    No.5: Darren Lehmann - 1025@113.88
    No.6: Justin Langer - 1003@62.68
    No.7: Andy Bichel - 271@33.87
    No.8: Damien Martyn - 271@54.20
    No.9: Martin Love - 255@51.00
    No.10: Brett Lee - 107@15.28
    No.11: Simon Katich - 73@36.50
    No.12: Jason Gillespie - 66@16.50
    No.13: Brad Hogg - 22@11.00
    No.14: Stuart MacGill - 20@3.33
    No.15: Glenn McGrath - 13@13.00
    No.16: Brad Williams - 4@4.00
    No.17: Nathan Bracken - 4@ -

    Bowling
    No.1: Stuart MacGill - 1606@89.22
    No.2: Jason Gillespie - 1367@75.94
    No.3: Brett Lee - 1057@62.17
    No.4: Andy Bichel - 883@55.18
    No.5: Glenn McGrath - 394@49.25
    No.6: Simon Katich - 247@82.33
    No.7: Brad Hogg - 229@38.16
    No.8: Darren Lehmann - 156@22.28
    No.9: Brad Williams - 128@64.00
    No.10: Nathan Bracken - 68@34.00
    No.11: Damien Martyn - 34@11.33
    No.12: Steve Waugh - 21@1.90
    No.13: Ricky Ponting - 0@0.00

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