Hope that you have read part 1
Continuing with the individual performances.
Most wickets (25 or more):
Sir Richard Hadlee and SK Warne are far ahead of everyone else. The former has the most 5-fors (14) and 10-fors (3)
Best innings bowling (including all 6wi and more):
Hadlee again has the best performance. Strangely enough no Australian bowler has taken more than 6wi. Predictably that was Warne.
Best match bowling (including all 10wm and more):
Hadlee still again, followed by Vettori. Hadlee’s 15-1243 is the best of New Zealand against all teams. He also scored a fifty in that match, and took 33 wickets in that 3-Test series in Australia in 1985-86.
Best bowling average (Min 2000 balls, all instances):
Here Lyon just edges in ahead of Hadlee. Chatfield has the best economy rate and Lyon the best strike rate.
Most dismissals (20 or more):
RW Marsh is far ahead of the next. Border has the most (31) dismissals by a non-keeper.
Most innings dismissals (5 or more):
Marsh is among those with 5 dismissals. No non-keeper has 5 catches.
Most match dismissals (7 or more):
Gilchrist has the most dismissals, while no non-keeper has 7 catches.
Best dismissal rate (Min 20 innings, 0.600):
Marsh predictably leads this table. The highest dismissal rate by a non-keeper is by MA Taylor.
All-round performance (Overall):
See criteria in table.
Warne and Hadlee lead. Warne’s Test highest of 99 came against New Zealand.
All-round match performance (fifty and 5-for):
Hadlee’s 54 and 15 wickets takes pride of place here. Dodemaide’s 50 and 5wi came on his debut, while he failed to make either in the rest of his career.