• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Butcher b Caddick
    1
    6
    12
    0
    0
    16.66
    lbw b Caddick
    12
    31
    37
    1
    0
    38.70
    c Atherton b Tudor
    4
    6
    13
    1
    0
    66.66
    lbw b Tudor
    45
    73
    93
    7
    0
    61.64
    c Maddy b Flintoff
    103
    233
    275
    7
    2
    44.20
    c Flintoff b Caddick
    1
    25
    31
    0
    0
    4.00
    run out (Tudor)
    20
    51
    59
    3
    1
    39.21
    c & b Caddick
    7
    31
    74
    0
    0
    22.58
    not out
    61
    57
    95
    4
    4
    107.01
    c Flintoff b Tudor
    5
    19
    25
    0
    0
    26.31
    c †Read b Flintoff
    28
    41
    44
    3
    1
    68.29
    Extras
    23 (b 2, lb 7, nb 12, w 2)
    TOTAL
    310 all out (93.3 Overs, RR: 3.31, 384 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-7 (ML Bruyns, 2.6 ov), 2-19 (AM Amla, 5.6 ov), 3-23 (DJ Watson, 8.2 ov), 4-97 (DM Benkenstein, 29.1 ov), 5-110 (HM Amla, 37.3 ov), 6-152 (RE Veenstra, 53.2 ov), 7-203 (DL Brown, 70.5 ov), 8-226 (JC Kent, 76.3 ov), 9-241 (GH Bodi, 83.1 ov), 10-310 (GM Gilder, 93.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    AR Caddick2976442.2002
    AJ Tudor2519133.6400
    A Flintoff11.304724.0800
    PCR Tufnell2658603.30010
    MA Butcher201306.5020
  • BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c AM Amla b Gilder
    35
    91
    114
    6
    0
    38.46
    st †Brown b Pietersen
    44
    94
    101
    5
    0
    46.80
    b Pietersen
    103
    277
    341
    10
    1
    37.18
    c †Brown b Pietersen
    46
    168
    222
    3
    0
    27.38
    b Pietersen
    0
    2
    35
    0
    0
    0.00
    c AM Amla b Veenstra
    38
    100
    122
    3
    1
    38.00
    not out
    89
    132
    168
    12
    0
    67.42
    c Watson b AM Amla
    14
    34
    35
    2
    0
    41.17
    c & b AM Amla
    0
    7
    4
    0
    0
    0.00
    c †Brown b Veenstra
    45
    83
    103
    6
    0
    54.21
    c Watson b Veenstra
    0
    1
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    7 (b 2, lb 3, nb 2)
    TOTAL
    421 all out (164.2 Overs, RR: 2.56, 613 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-76 (MA Atherton, 29.2 ov), 2-86 (MA Butcher, 32.3 ov), 3-201 (MP Vaughan, 91.1 ov), 4-201 (CJ Adams, 91.3 ov), 5-262 (N Hussain, 119.3 ov), 6-282 (DL Maddy, 124.2 ov), 7-313 (CMW Read, 133.6 ov), 8-316 (AR Caddick, 135.4 ov), 9-421 (AJ Tudor, 164.1 ov), 10-421 (PCR Tufnell, 164.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    RE Veenstra29.294731.6000
    GM Gilder2245612.5400
    KP Pietersen55.51414142.5202
    JC Kent1955102.6801
    GH Bodi17.144602.6700
    AM Amla1715323.1100
    DM Benkenstein402205.5000

Close of Play

  • Fri, 03 Dec - day 1 - Natal 1st innings 136/5 (JC Kent 50*, RE Veenstra 1*, 50 ov)
  • Sat, 04 Dec - day 2 - England 1st innings 163/2 (N Hussain 54*, MP Vaughan 27*, 63 ov)
  • Sun, 05 Dec - day 3 - England 1st innings 401/8 (A Flintoff 74*, AJ Tudor 40*, 159.1 ov)
  • Mon, 06 Dec - day 4 - Natal 2nd innings 152/2 (61 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • Hussain impressed with Pieterson

    England captain Nasser Hussain has been so impressed by the performance of rookie KwaZulu-Natal all-rounder Kevin Pieterson that he has asked the youngster for a chat today concerning the possibility of him playing his cricket in Essex during the

  • England and KwaZulu-Natal draw tour match

    NATAL'S match against England did eventually peter out in a draw at Kingsmead on Monday, but in terms of preparation for the vital second Test starting in Port Elizabeth on Thursday, home captain Dale Benkenstein feels the tourists got little out of

  • Hussain scores England's maiden first class century of 1999

    England fumbled around like a pimply adolescent on a first date for most of a glorious sunny Sunday at Kingsmead, before Andrew Flintoff and Alex Tudor finally drove home the advantage and provided some entertainment

  • Natal struggle on rain-marred first day

    Durban: Natal battled to 136 for five on a rain-marred first day of their four-day match against the English tourists at Kingsmead on Friday, with John Kent and Ross Veenstra keeping them afloat when play was called off at 3.30 pm