- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Briggs0--00-b Smith29--30-b Briggs011000.00c Abel b Briggs3--00-c Abel b Briggs4--00-c Abel b Fothergill1--00-not out26--30-lbw b Smith4--00-b Smith7--10-b Smith0--00-c Hearne b Smith0--00-Extras10 (b 8, w 2)TOTAL84 all out (75.2 Overs, RR: 1.66 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (A Rose-Innes), 2-0 (P Hutchinson), 3-10 (CH Vintcent), 4-16 (AE Ochse), 5-17 (WH Milton), 6-58 (AB Tancred), 7-66 (RB Stewart), 8-78 (FW Smith), 9-82 (CE Finlason), 10-84 (GA Kempis)
- BATSMENR4s6sc Milton b Rose-Innes4650b Kempis400c Dunell b Kempis100c Stewart b Rose-Innes2720c Hutchinson b Rose-Innes300run out000c †Smith b Rose-Innes000c Stewart b Kempis300not out1420c †Smith b Rose-Innes1220c Tancred b Milton3231Extras6 (b 5, w 1)TOTAL148 all out (66.2 Overs, RR: 3.33 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-10 (G Ulyett), 2-14 (JM Read), 3-65 (F Hearne), 4-75 (H Wood), 5-75 (MP Bowden), 6-77 (J Briggs), 7-85 (CA Smith), 8-87 (R Abel), 9-103 (Hon.CJ Coventry), 10-148 (AJ Fothergill)
- BATSMENR4s6sb Smith1310c & b Briggs2910lbw b Fothergill810c & b Ulyett410b Smith1110c & b Ulyett1100c †Bowden b Briggs1920c Ulyett b Fothergill900b Fothergill1200b Fothergill610not out000Extras7 (b 7)TOTAL129 all out (90.1 Overs, RR: 2.14 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-21 (A Rose-Innes), 2-42 (AE Ochse), 3-51 (CH Vintcent), 4-67 (AB Tancred), 5-67 (P Hutchinson), 6-88 (WH Milton), 7-110 (OR Dunell), 8-116 (RB Stewart), 9-126 (CE Finlason), 10-129 (FW Smith)
- BATSMENR4s6snot out2320b Vintcent2231b Kempis300not out1220Extras7 (b 7)TOTAL67/2 (21.1 Overs, RR: 4.72 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-32 (G Ulyett), 2-35 (JM Read)
Balls per over
- Tue, 12 Mar - day 1 - England 1st innings 148
- Wed, 13 Mar - day 2 - England 2nd innings 67/2 (21.1 ov) - end of match
- South Africa's introduction to Test cricket ended in a comprehensive defeat by Major Warton's touring team.
- The match, played on matting, finished just before 3.30pm on the second day.
- Webster stood for umpire Dearne on the second day.
A look back to a Test series where some of those taking part never knew they had become international cricketers