- Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament
Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament Countries Australia Administrator Cricket Australia Format One Day Domestic First tournament 1969–70 Tournament format Round Robin, then Knockout Number of teams 6 Current champion Victoria Most successful Western Australia (11 titles) Website Cricket Australia 2010-11 National One Day Cup
The Australian domestic one-day cricket tournament, currently known as the Ryobi One Day Cup is the premier domestic limited overs cricket competition in Australia. The competition includes the six first-class cricket teams in Australia, as well as formerly including the Canberra Comets and the New Zealand national cricket team. First played in the 1969–70 season, the competition has run since then under a variety of different names and sponsors. Formerly played over 50 overs, for the 2010–11 season the competition will switch to a new format which features 45 over matches with 12 man teams, with split innings of 20 and 25 overs.
- 1 History
- 2 Competition format
- 3 Competition names
- 4 Teams
- 5 Competition Placings
- 6 Leading run-scorers and wicket-takers
- 7 Player of the tournament
- 8 Points system
- 9 Television coverage
- 10 Seasons
- 11 See also
- 12 References
- 13 External links
England was the first country to introduce a domestic one-day limited-overs competition with its Gillette Cup in 1963. Australia was the next country to do so when this competition was established in 1969–70. It has been held every summer since, under a wide variety of names and formats. It is a List A cricket competition.
- 1969–70 to 1978–79 – Straight knockout
- 1979–80 to 1981–82 – 2 pools of 3, semi finals, 3rd/4th playoff and final
- 1982–83 to 1991–92 – 2 pools of 3, semi finals and final
- 1992–93 to 1999–2000 – Single round robin (i.e. home OR away), preliminary final and final
- 2000–01 to date – Double round robin (i.e. home AND away), final
- Vehicle & General Australasian Knock-out Competition, 1969–70 and 1970–71
- Coca-Cola Australasian Knock-out Competition, 1971–72 and 1972–73
- Gillette Cup, 1973–74 to 1978–79
- McDonald's Cup, 1979–80 to 1987–88
- FAI Cup, 1988–89 to 1991–92
- Mercantile Mutual Cup, 1992–93 to 2000–01
- ING Cup 2001–02 to 2005–06
- Ford Ranger Cup, 2006–07 to 2009–10
- Ryobi One Day Cup, from 2010–11
Home ground Last win Wins 2nds Western Warriors
The WACA, Perth 2003–04 11 10 New South Wales Blues
Sydney Cricket Ground 2005–06 9 6 Queensland Bulls
(XXXX Gold Queensland Bulls)
The Gabba, Brisbane 2008–09 8 7 Victorian Bushrangers
(DEC Victorian Bushrangers)
Melbourne Cricket Ground 2010–11 5 9 Tasmanian Tigers
(PKF Tasmanian Tigers)
Bellerive Oval, Hobart 2009–10 4 2 Southern Redbacks
(West End Redbacks)
Adelaide Oval 1986–87 2 6 Former teams: New Zealand1
n/a2 1974–75 3 1 Canberra Comets3
Manuka Oval, Canberra N/A 0 0
1 Participated from 1969–70 until 1974–75.
2 New Zealand did not play home games in this series.
3 Participated from 1997–98 until 1999–2000.
Titles include all seasons up to 2007–08.
For a complete list of finals with short scorecards and crowd figures, see Australian Domestic One-Day Cricket Final.
1969–70 to 1978–79
SEASON WINNER RUNNER UP SEMI-FINALIST SEMI-FINALIST 1969–70 New Zealand Victoria New South Wales Western Australia 1970–71 Western Australia Queensland South Australia New Zealand 1971–72 Victoria South Australia New Zealand Western Australia 1972–73 New Zealand Queensland South Australia New South Wales 1973–74 Western Australia New Zealand South Australia New South Wales 1974–75 New Zealand Western Australia Queensland Tasmania 1975–76 Queensland Western Australia South Australia Tasmania 1976–77 Western Australia Victoria Queensland New South Wales 1977–78 Western Australia Tasmania New South Wales Victoria 1978–79 Tasmania Western Australia Queensland Victoria
1979–80 to 1991–92
SEASON WINNER RUNNER UP SEMI-FINALIST SEMI-FINALIST 1979–80 Victoria New South Wales Western Australia 2 Tasmania 1980–81 Queensland Western Australia South Australia 2 Victoria 1981–82 Queensland New South Wales Western Australia 2 Victoria 1982–831 Western Australia New South Wales Queensland Victoria 1983–84 South Australia Western Australia New South Wales Tasmania 1984–85 New South Wales South Australia Victoria Western Australia 1985–86 Western Australia Victoria New South Wales Queensland 1986–87 South Australia Tasmania Victoria Western Australia 1987–88 New South Wales South Australia Tasmania Victoria 1988–89 Queensland Victoria New South Wales Western Australia 1989–90 Western Australia South Australia New South Wales Queensland 1990–91 Western Australia New South Wales Queensland Victoria 1991–92 New South Wales Western Australia Queensland Tasmania
- 1 The 1982–83 final was originally washed out, and then re-scheduled at the beginning of the 1983–84 season.
- 2 – Won third place playoff
1992–93 to 1996–97
SEASON FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH FIFTH SIXTH 1992–93 New South Wales Victoria Western Australia Queensland Tasmania South Australia 1993–94 New South Wales Western Australia South Australia Queensland Victoria Tasmania 1994–95 Victoria South Australia Western Australia Queensland Tasmania New South Wales 1995–96 Queensland Western Australia New South Wales South Australia Tasmania Victoria 1996–97 Western Australia Queensland New South Wales Victoria Tasmania South Australia
1997–98 to 1999–2000
SEASON FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH FIFTH SIXTH SEVENTH 1997–98 Queensland New South Wales Western Australia South Australia Tasmania ACT Victoria 1998–99 Victoria New South Wales Queensland South Australia Western Australia ACT Tasmania 1999–00 Western Australia Queensland New South Wales South Australia Victoria Tasmania ACT
2000–01 to date
SEASON FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH FIFTH SIXTH 2000–01 New South Wales Western Australia South Australia Queensland Tasmania Victoria 2001–02 New South Wales Queensland South Australia Western Australia Victoria Tasmania 2002–03 New South Wales Western Australia Queensland Tasmania Victoria South Australia 2003–04 Western Australia Queensland Victoria New South Wales South Australia Tasmania 2004–05 Tasmania Queensland Victoria Western Australia South Australia New South Wales 2005–06 New South Wales South Australia Victoria Western Australia Tasmania Queensland 2006–07 Queensland Victoria Western Australia South Australia Tasmania New South Wales 2007–08 Tasmania Victoria South Australia Queensland Western Australia New South Wales 2008–09 Queensland Victoria South Australia Tasmania Western Australia New South Wales 2009–10 Tasmania Victoria Queensland New South Wales Western Australia South Australia 2010–11 Victoria Tasmania New South Wales Western Australia South Australia Queensland
Leading run-scorers and wicket-takers
Career statistics include all matches up to the end of the 2007–08 season.
Team Leading run scorer (career) Leading wicket taker (career) Western Warriors Justin Langer 3374 runs @ 44.99 centuries 7 Kade Harvey 103 wickets @ 27.12 New South Wales Blues Michael Bevan 3243 runs @ 61.18 centuries 2 Stuart MacGill 124 wickets @ 22.36 Queensland Bulls Jimmy Maher 4589 runs @ 44.99 centuries 10 James Hopes 123 wickets @ 24.42 Victorian Bushrangers Brad Hodge 5139 runs @ 48.02 centuries 19 Shane Harwood 87 wickets @ 23.43 Black Caps Bevan Congdon 265 runs @ 33.13 centuries 0 Hedley Howarth 11 wickets @ 9.09 Southern Redbacks Darren Lehmann 4155 runs @ 51.29 centuries 7 Shaun Tait 99 wickets @ 22.14 Tasmanian Tigers Michael Di Venuto 2891 runs @ 30.75 centuries 5 Xavier Doherty 92 wickets @ 29.10 Canberra Comets Peter Solway 455 runs @ 25.27 centuries 0 Lea Hansen 12 wickets @ 21.16
Player of the tournament
Season Player State 1998–99 Matthew Hayden Queensland Bulls 1999–2000 Matthew Hayden Queensland Bulls 2000–01 Shaun Young Tasmanian Tigers Darren Lehmann Southern Redbacks 2001–02 Darren Lehmann Southern Redbacks 2002–03 Justin Langer Western Warriors 2006–07 Matthew Elliott Southern Redbacks 2007–08 Matthew Elliott Southern Redbacks 2008–09 Shane Harwood Victorian Bushrangers 2009–10 Brad Hodge Victorian Bushrangers
From the 2010–11 season, the match points will include one point for a first innings lead, and four points for a win; with five points if a team leads at the first innings and subsequently wins.
Previously, points were awarded as follows:
- 4 points for a win
- 2 points for a no-result or a tie
- 0 points for a loss
- 1 bonus point if a team achieves a run rate 1.25 times that of the opposition
- 2 bonus points if a team achieves a run rate twice that of the opposition
The top two teams at the end of the pool matches play-off in the final. The higher-placed team has the home ground advantage.
In 2006–07, the Ford Ranger One Day Cup was televised on Fox Sports. 25 out of the 31 games were televised including the final. Prior to Fox Sports' broadcasting of the domestic cricket competition, Nine was the host broadcaster. In India STAR Cricket shows the telecast with the help of Fox Sports. In 2011–12 Fox Sports will broadcast all 25 games of the Ryobi One Day Cup live.
- 2006–07 Ford Ranger One Day Cup season
- 2007–08 Ford Ranger One Day Cup season
- 2008–09 Ford Ranger One Day Cup season
- 2009–10 Ford Ranger One Day Cup season
- 2010–11 Ryobi One-Day Cup
- 2011–12 Ryobi One-Day Cup
- Tasmania in the 2009–10 domestic Ford Ranger Cup and Twenty20 cricket competitions
- Australian Domestic One-Day Cricket Final
For match results and individual scorecards, see:
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