January 8 2001
Ridley Jacobs had the distinction of being the highest performer of the
recently concluded Frank Worell 5 test series.
Not only did he finish with a highest value of $1,781, but also returned a whopping 137.47%.
Glen McGarth finished 2nd at $1,745 (58.64%) while, Gilchrist came in 3rd with a value of $1,731(103.65%).
Only Ramnaresh Sarwan was in the negative for his -$27 performance (-3.86%).
Best bowling honors went to Jason Gillesppie with a return of 99.73%.
Mark Waugh took the batting title with a 80.71%, while brother Andrew Bichel
was the best All rounder with a 44.77%, just beating out Steve Waugh who
January 6 2001
Australia beats West Indies by 6 wickets to clean sweep the Frank Worrell trophy in grand style.
Jason Gillespie added another nail to the West Indian coffin with his amazing spell of nine wickets to give Australia a four-zip victory in the test series.
The Caribbean revival fell short on the 5th day of the 3rd test, as Australia beats the Windies by 5 wickets.
Behind a sparkling 61.69% move by Colin Miller, the Aussies overcome their own 2nd inning nervousness to extend the winning streak to 13 matches.
Australia humbled the WIndies again by an innings and 27 runs to win the 2nd test match under 4 days.
Led by Mark Waugh who earned 25.59% for the match and a 24.61% performance
by fiery Bret Lee ($281), the Aussies outclasses their counterparts from the Caribbean.
Glen McGrath and Adam Gilchrist were the most impressive movers in the first ever test covered by dreamcricket.com.