Australian Domestic One-Day Cricket Final

The Australian Domestic One-Day Cricket Final is the last match in the domestic List A Limited overs cricket series in Australia. The series has no generic name, the naming rights being sold by Cricket Australia. In 2007-08, the Competition is known as the Ford Ranger One Day Cup.

Under the current competition format, the Final is played at the home ground of the team that finishes the regular competition in first place. Under previous competition formats, the Final has been played at the home ground of the finalist with the best record in the competition to that point or, in the very early years, at a neutral venue.

Vehicle & General Australasian Knock-out Competition

*1969-70: Victoria v New Zealand at Melbourne1 January 1970
**Victoria 129 (Les Joslin 29, Bob Cunis 3-25, Hedley Howarth 3-26) (34.6 ov)
**New Zealand 4-130 (Bevan Congdon 69, Alan Thomson 2-44) (31.4 ov)
***New Zealand won by 6 wickets
***Player of the Match: Bevan Congdon (NZ)

*1970-71: Queensland v Western Australia at Melbourne6 February 1971
**Western Australia 170 (John Inverarity 90, Tony Dell 2-18) (38.2 ov)
**Queensland 79 (Phil Carlson 23, Graham McKenzie 4-13) (23.5 ov)
***Western Australia won by 91 runs
***Player of the Match: John Inverarity (WA)

Coca-Cola Australasian Knock-out Competition

*1971-72: South Australia v Victoria at Adelaide6 February 1972
**South Australia 190 (Ian Chappell 82, Greg Chappell 59, Jim Higgs 3-25, Robert Rowan 3-35) (38.7 ov)
**Victoria 2-192 (Bill Lawry 108, Keith Stackpole 52, Jeff Hammond 1-41) (33.4 ov)
***Victoria won by 8 wickets
***Player of the Match: Bill Lawry (Vic)

*1972-73: Queensland v New Zealand at Brisbane – 21 January 1973
**New Zealand 9-170 (Bevan Congdon 75, Geoff Dymock 2-18) (35 ov)
**Queensland 132 (Phil Carlson 33, Bob Cunis 3-15, David O'Sullivan 3-29) (31.3 ov)
***New Zealand won by 38 runs
***Player of the Match: Bevan Congdon (NZ)

Gillette Cup

*1973-74: New Zealand v Western Australia at Melbourne3 February 1974
**New Zealand 150 (John Morrison 50, Graham McKenzie 3-20, Wayne Clark 3-38) (36.3 ov)
**Western Australia 3-151 (Wally Edwards 54, Bevan Congdon 2-31) (26.6 ov)
***Western Australia won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Graham McKenzie (WA)

*1974-75: New Zealand v Western Australia at Melbourne2 February 1975
**Western Australia 76 (Rob Langer 40, Richard Collinge 4-20, Ewen Chatfield 3-5) (26.1 ov)
**New Zealand 2-77 (Bevan Congdon 40*, Dennis Lillee 2-27) (17 ov)
***New Zealand won by 8 wickets
***Player of the Match: Richard Collinge (NZ)

*1975-76: Western Australia v Queensland at Perth8 February 1976
**Queensland 7-236 (Greg Chappell 61, Martin Kent 61, Dennis Lillee 3-41) (40 ov)
**Western Australia 232 (Ian Brayshaw 52, Dennis Lillee 32 (20), Greg Chappell 3-38) (39 ov)
***Queensland won by 4 runs
***Player of the Match: Greg Chappell (Qld)

*1976-77: Victoria v Western Australia at Melbourne23 January 1977
**Victoria 164 (Paul Hibbert 38, Dennis Lillee 2-30, Mick Malone 2-34) (37.3 ov)
**Western Australia 9-165 (Mick Malone 47*, Alan Hurst 3-31) (39.3 ov)
***Western Australia won by 1 wicket
***Player of the Match: Mick Malone (WA)

*1977-78: Western Australia v Tasmania at Perth5 February 1978
**Tasmania 9-184 (Roger Woolley 56, Terry Alderman 4-40, John Inverarity 3-19) (40 ov)
**Western Australia 3-185 (Graeme Wood 108*, Jack Simmons 1-33) (37.1 ov)
***Western Australia won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Graeme Wood (WA)

*1978-79: Tasmania v Western Australia at TCA Ground, Hobart14 January 1979
**Tasmania 6-180 (Jack Simmons 55*, Trevor Docking 46*, Graeme Porter 2-29) (50 ov)
**Western Australia 133 (Craig Serjeant 47, Jack Simmons 4-17, Anthony Benneworth 3-14) (45 ov)
***Tasmania won by 47 runs
***Player of the Match: Jack Simmons (Tas)

McDonald's Cup

*1979-80: Victoria v New South Wales at Melbourne25 November 1979
**New South Wales 8-198 (Doug Walters 59*, Shaun Graf 2-34) (50 ov)
**Victoria 6-199 (Julien Wiener 64, Graeme Beard 2-36) (47.4 OV)
***Victoria won by 4 wickets
***Player of the Match: Julien Wiener (Vic)

*1980-81: Queensland v Western Australia at Brisbane – 22 February 1981
**Queensland 9-188 (Kepler Wessels 53, Martin Kent 41, Dennis Baker 2-37) (48 ov)
**Western Australia 116 (Craig Serjeant 28, Carl Rackemann 2-11) (32.5 ov)
***Queensland won by 72 runs
***Player of the Match: Martin Kent (Qld)

*1981-82: New South Wales v Queensland at Sydney7 March 1982
**Queensland 8-224 (Wayne Broad 85, Geoff Lawson 2-33) (47 ov)
**New South Wales 197 (Peter Toohey 66, Geoff Dymock 5-27) (44.4 ov)
***Queensland won by 27 runs
***Player of the Match: Wayne Broad (Qld)

*1982-83: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth20 March 1983
***Match abandoned without a ball bowled
*1982-83 Replay: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth8 October 1983
**New South Wales 6-195 (Dirk Wellham 65*, David Boyd 2-29) (50 ov)
**Western Australia 6-198 (Kim Hughes 61, Greg Shipperd 54, Geoff Lawson 2-27) (49.1 ov)
***Western Australia won by 4 wickets

*1983-84: South Australia v Western Australia at Adelaide4 March 1984
**South Australia 6-256 (Don O'Connor 96*, Ken MacLeay 2-25) (49 ov)
**Western Australia 9-248 (Rod Marsh 54, Ian Carmichael 4-50) (49 ov)
***South Australia won by 8 runs
***Player of the Match: Don O'Connor (SA)

*1984-85: New South Wales v South Australia at Sydney16 February 1985
**New South Wales 7-278 (John Dyson 79, Peter Clifford 69, Dirk Wellham 51, Wayne Prior 3-53) (50 ov)
**South Australia 190 (Michael Haysman 44, Greg Matthews 3-29) (45.5 ov)
***New South Wales won by 88 runs
***Player of the Match: Dirk Wellham (NSW)

*1985-86: Victoria v Western Australia at Melbourne9 March 1986
**Western Australia 2-129 (Mike Veletta 67*) (26.2 ov); Victoria
***Match Drawn
*1985-86 Replay: Victoria v Western Australia at Melbourne10 March 1986
**Western Australia 167 (Wayne Andrews 71, Denis Hickey 5-26) (38 ov)
**Victoria 148 (Dav Whatmore 34, Graeme Porter 3-28) (36.5 ov)
***Western Australia won by 19 runs
***Player of the Match: Denis Hickey (Vic)

*1986-87: Tasmania v South Australia at TCA Ground, Hobart15 March 1987
**South Australia 6-325 (Glenn Bishop 116, Wayne B. Phillips 75 (43), Allister de Winter 3-84) (50 ov)
**Tasmania 9-239 (Danny Buckingham 56, Tim May 3-50) (50 ov)
***South Australia won by 86 runs
***Player of the Match: Glenn Bishop (SA)

*1987-88: New South Wales v South Australia at Sydney27 March 1988
**New South Wales 7-219 (Trevor Bayliss 44, Darryl Scott 3-41) (50 ov)
**South Australia 6-196 (Peter Sleep 48*, Steve Waugh 2-37) (50 ov)
***New South Wales won by 23 runs
***Player of the Match: Graham Smith (NSW)

FAI Cup

*1988-89: Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne19 March 1989
**Queensland 4-253 (Allan Border 77* (56), Greg Ritchie 60, Merv Hughes 1-49) (50 ov)
**Victoria 90 (Damien Fleming 18*, Carl Rackemann 3-9, Dirk Tazelaar 3-18, John Maguire 3-30) (32.4 ov)
***Queensland won by 163 runs
***Player of the Match: Allan Border (Qld)

*1989-90: Western Australia v South Australia at Perth31 March 1990
**South Australia 87 (Michael Bevan 23*, Terry Alderman 4-14) (34.5 ov)
**Western Australia 3-88 (Geoff Marsh 29*, Colin Miller 2-42) (19.1 ov)
***Western Australia won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Terry Alderman (WA)

*1990-91: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth27 October 1990
**New South Wales 7-235 (Michael Bevan 74*, Bruce Reid 2-34) (50 ov)
**Western Australia 3-236 (Geoff Marsh 91*, Mike Veletta 61*, Mark McPhee 58, Mark Waugh 1-26) (44.5 ov)
***Western Australia won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Geoff Marsh (WA)

*1991-92: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth26 October 1991
**New South Wales 9-199 (Mark Taylor 50, Bruce Reid 3-35) (50 ov)
**Western Australia 130 (Damien Martyn 54, Wayne Holdsworth 2-14) (40.1 ov)
***New South Wales won by 69 runs
***Player of the Match: Mark Taylor (NSW)

Mercantile Mutual Cup

*1992-93: New South Wales v Victoria at Sydney20 February 1993
**Victoria 186 (Paul Nobes 41, Brad McNamara 3-27) (50 ov)
**New South Wales 6-187 (Michael Bevan 64*, Michael Slater 54, Darren Lehmann 1-26)
***New South Wales won by 4 wickets
***Player of the Match: Brad McNamara (NSW)

*1993-94: New South Wales v Western Australia at Sydney12 March 1994
**New South Wales 4-264 (Richard Chee Quee 131, Michael Bevan 77, Damien Martyn 2-31) (50 ov)
**Western Australia 9-218 (Justin Langer 65, Tim Zoehrer 61 (48), Brad McNamara 2-39) (49 ov)
***New South Wales won by 43 runs (revised target)
***Player of the Match: Richard Chee Quee (NSW)
***Player of the Series: Stuart Law (Qld)

*1994-95: Victoria v South Australia at Melbourne5 March 1995
**South Australia 169 (Darren Webber 47, Jason Bakker 4-15, Troy Corbett 4-30) (46.4 ov)
**Victoria 6-170 (Matthew Elliott 46*, Joe Scuderi 3-36) (44.5 ov)
***Victoria won by 4 wickets
***Player of the Match: Troy Corbett (Vic)

*1995-96: Queensland v Western Australia at Brisbane – 3 March 1996
**Western Australia 166 (Tom Moody 40, Geoff Foley 3-34, Scott Prestwidge 3-39) (49.1 ov)
**Queensland 6-167 (Trevor Barsby 50, Brendon Julian 3-46) (44.5 ov)
***Queensland won by 4 wickets
***Player of the Match: Trevor Barsby (Qld)

*1996-97: Western Australia v Queensland at Perth2 March 1997
**Queensland 148 (Geoff Foley 34*, Mark Atkinson 3-33) (40.1 ov)
**Western Australia 2-149 (Ryan Campbell 50 (45), Scott Prestwidge 1-16) (35 ov)
***Western Australia won by 8 wickets
***Player of the Match: Ryan Campbell (WA)

*1997-98: New South Wales v Queensland at Sydney1 March 1998
**New South Wales 166 (Phil Emery 38, Andy Bichel 3-25, Scott Prestwidge 3-25) (49.3 ov)
**Queensland 8-167 (Scott Prestwidge 42*, Shane Lee 2-27) (47.5 ov)
***Queensland won by 2 wickets
***Player of the Match: Scott Prestwidge (Qld)

*1998-99: Victoria v New South Wales at Melbourne28 February 1999
**Victoria 231 (Ian Harvey 57 (54), Mark Higgs 2-33) (50 ov)
**New South Wales 192 (Michael Bevan 55, Paul Reiffel 2-30) (45.3 ov)
***Victoria won by 39 runs
***Player of the Match: Ian Harvey (Vic)
***Player of the Series: Matthew Hayden (Qld)

*1999-2000: Western Australia v Queensland at Perth27 February 2000
**Western Australia 6-301 (Ryan Campbell 108 (85), Simon Katich 43, Michael Kasprowicz 2-59) (50 ov)
**Queensland 256 (Jimmy Maher 102 (90), Martin Love 73, Jo Angel 3-49) (45.2 ov)
***Western Australia won by 45 runs
***Player of the Match: Brad Hogg (WA)
***Player of the Series: Matthew Hayden (Qld)

*2000-01: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth25 February 2001
**Western Australia 7-272 (Mike Hussey 84* (68), Tom Moody 78, Shane Lee 2-39) (50 ov)
**New South Wales 4-276 (Michael Bevan 135* (137), Michael Clarke 57, Duncan Spencer 2-57) (48.2 ov)
***New South Wales won by 6 wickets
***Player of the Match: Michael Bevan (NSW)
***Players of the Series: Darren Lehmann (SA) and Sean Young (Tas)

ING Cup

*2001-02: Queensland v New South Wales at Brisbane – 24 February 2002
**New South Wales 204 (Brad Haddin 45, Nathan Hauritz 4-47, James Hopes 3-33) (50 ov)
**Queensland 185 (Martin Love 53, Shawn Bradstreet 4-23, Dominic Thornely 3-36) (48.5 ov)
***New South Wales won by 19 runs
***Player of the Match: Dominic Thornely (NSW)
***Player of the Series: Darren Lehmann (SA)

*2002-03: Western Australia v New South Wales at Perth23 February 2003
**Western Australia 207 (Peter Worthington 49*, Stuart Clark 3-34) (49.5 ov)
**New South Wales 3-211 (Steve Waugh 88 (55), Simon Katich 75*, Brad Williams 3-55) (26.5 ov)
***New South Wales won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Stuart Clark (NSW)
***Player of the Series: Justin Langer (WA)

*2003-04: Queensland v Western Australia at Brisbane – 29 February 2004
**Queensland 244 (Clinton Perren 57, Stuart Law 50, Kade Harvey 4-28) (49.1 ov)
**Western Australia 6-248 (Scott Meuleman 71, Kade Harvey 53* (42), Nathan Hauritz 2-55) (49.4 ov)
***Western Australia won by 4 wickets
***Player of the Match: Kade Harvey (WA)
***Player of the Series: Brad Hodge (Vic)

*2004-05: Queensland v Tasmania at Brisbane – 20 February 2005
**Queensland 7-246 (Jimmy Maher 104, Craig Philipson 56, Adam Griffith 2-37) (50 ov)
**Tasmania 3-247 (Daniel Marsh 67*, Michael Dighton 57, Ashley Noffke 1-47) (47.1 ov)
***Tasmania won by 7 wickets
***Player of the Match: Jimmy Maher (Qld)
***Player of the Series: James Hopes (Qld)

*2005-06: South Australia v New South Wales at Adelaide26 February 2006
**South Australia 154 (Mark Cosgrove 49, Aaron Bird 3-30) (43.5 ov)
**New South Wales 9-155 (Corey Richards 35, Shaun Tait 6-41) (40.4 ov)
***New South Wales won by 1 wicket
***Player of the Match: Shaun Tait (SA)
***Player of the Series: Mark Cosgrove (SA)

Ford Ranger Cup

*2006-07: Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne - 25 February 2007
**Queensland 5-274 (Jimmy Maher 108, Clinton Perren 75, Darren Pattinson 2-49) (50 ov)
**Victoria 9-253 (Andrew McDonald 65*, David Hussey 62, Aaron Nye 3-55) (50 ov)
***Queensland won by 21 runs
***Player of the Match: Jimmy Maher (Qld)
***Player of the Series: Matthew Elliott (SA)

*2007-08: Tasmania v Victoria at Hobart - 23 February 2008
**Victoria 158 (David Hussey 50, Andrew McDonald 35, Xavier Doherty 4-18) (37.3 ov)
**Tasmania 9-132 (Travis Birt 38, Dane Anderson 25, Bryce McGain 3-11) (30.1 ov)
***Tasmania won by 1 wicket (D-L Method)
***Player of the Match: Brett Geeves (Tas)
***Player of the Series: Matthew Elliott (SA)

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