- BATSMENRrun out12b Wright0c Bage b Groom5b Wright1b Wright12hit wicket b Groom1lbw b ?1not out7c Dudson b Wright12b Groom9b Wright7Extras15 (b 9, w 6)TOTAL82 all out (32 Overs)
- BATSMENRb Winckworth7c Thompson b French7b Winckworth9c Barber b French4lbw b ?0st †Phillpotts b ?14c Thompson b French1c Freeling b Winckworth4c Thompson b French0b Winckworth10not out0Extras10 (b 7, w 3)TOTAL64 all out (0 Overs)
- BATSMENRc Barber b Sharpe14b Sharpe11b French3b Sharpe8b Sharpe0lbw b ?0c Winckworth b Sharpe0c Maddock b Sharpe8b Winckworth0not out5absent hurt-Extras9 (b 3, w 6)TOTAL58 all out (0 Overs)
- Tue, 24 Sep - day 1 - United States of America 1st innings 61/9 (W Wild 8*, R Bage 0*)
- Wed, 25 Sep - day 2 - no play
- Thu, 26 Sep - day 3 - United States of America 2nd innings 58 - end of match
- Canada Captain not named
- Canada 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
- United States of America 1st innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
- United States of America 1st innings: batsmen's runs scored do not balance
- Canada 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
- United States of America 2nd innings: bowlers' runs conceded do not balance
- When bad weather prevented play on the second day, it was agreed to extend the match into a third day.
- Wheatcroft failed to arrive in time to take part in the match on the third day - Alfred Marsh fielded as substitute for him.
- It has not been possible to determine whether John or James Wilson and Edward or William Thompson played for Canada
It is one of cricket's curiosities that the oldest international rivalry is not, as many assume, England against Australia. That started in 1877, some 33 years after a side representing USA met a