Below is a tabulated series on each bowler from each domestic team giving information on number of overs bowled, wickets taken, Runs scored against bowling and batting aggregate, with bowling averages, economy rate and batting average.
What is surprising is the lack of any real performances of a consistent nature. Each bowler barring Astle have a 4 or 5 for and that's it? Does this suggest most pitches were more suited to pace or does it indicate that spin bowling is not a weapon on New Zealand pitches (still)? And how do domestic figures translate to international performances?
Anyway, the stats (taken over the nine completed rounds):