2nd Test, England Women tour of Australia at Melbourne, Feb 21-24 1958
38 & 202/9d
64 ov, target 206
35 & 76/8
Match drawn
Australia Women 1st Innings
M Allitt c Sanders b Hawes1-800-
N Massey c Hawes b Duggan4-7600-
LR Dow c Robinson b Duggan5-3200-
UL Paisley (c)c Driscoll b Duggan1-800-
BR Wilson  b Barker12-3400-
V Batty c Driscoll b Duggan0-100-
J Christ c Driscoll b Duggan1-1100-
J Dalton run out (Driscoll)4-1000-
B Orchard c Barker b Duggan0-100-
E Massey not out3-1700-
F Coulthard  b Duggan3-1000-
Extras(b 4)4
TOTAL(43.5 Ov, RR: 0.86)38
Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Mary Allitt), 2-9 (Ruth Dow), 3-11 (Una Paisley), 4-24 (Nell Massey), 5-24 (Valma Batty), 6-28 (Betty Wilson), 7-28 (Joyce Christ), 8-28 (Barbara Orchard), 9-35 (Joyce Dalton), 10-38 (Faith Coulthard, 43.5 ov)
DI Macfarlane64200.3300
JL Hawes75310.4200
E Barker1652311.4300
MB Duggan14.511670.4000
England Women 1st Innings
MC Robinson c †N Massey b E Massey1-900-
S Driscoll c Paisley b Christ0-1500-
BD Birch  b Wilson8-2400-
J Wilkinson lbw b Christ5-2700-
MB Duggan (c)st †N Massey b Wilson12-4110-
HM Sanders  b Wilson1-300-
RE Westbrook not out5-4500-
OM Marshall c Paisley b Wilson2-600-
E Barker  b Wilson0-400-
JL Hawes st †N Massey b Wilson0-100-
DI Macfarlane lbw b Wilson0-100-
Extras(b 1)1
TOTAL(30.3 Ov, RR: 1.14)35
Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Cecilia Robinson), 2-1 (Shirley Driscoll), 3-13 (Betty Birch), 4-15 (Wilkie Wilkinson), 5-16 (Hazel Sanders), 6-31 (Mary Duggan), 7-33 (Polly Marshall), 8-35 (Edna Barker), 9-35 (Joan Hawes), 10-35 (Dorothy Macfarlane, 30.3 ov)
J Christ1041121.1000
E Massey52811.6000
BR Wilson10.34770.6600
B Orchard51801.6000
Australia Women 2nd Innings
M Allitt  b Barker11-7200-
N Massey c Driscoll b Duggan5-2100-
LR Dow c Hawes b Duggan1-1500-
UL Paisley (c) b Barker11-2600-
BR Wilson  b Hawes100-16630-
V Batty c Robinson b Hawes10-4700-
J Christ lbw b Barker12-3300-
J Dalton run out (Robinson)26-8320-
B Orchard not out17-2810-
E Massey c Robinson b Hawes4-2000-
Extras(b 2, lb 3)5
TOTAL(109.5 Ov, RR: 1.83)202/9d
Did not bat: F Coulthard 
Fall of wickets: 1-8 (Nell Massey), 2-10 (Ruth Dow), 3-27 (Una Paisley), 4-30 (Mary Allitt), 5-73 (Valma Batty), 6-96 (Joyce Christ), 7-176 (Betty Wilson), 8-184 (Joyce Dalton), 9-202 (Eileen Massey, 109.5 ov)
DI Macfarlane23112601.1300
JL Hawes17.513231.7900
MB Duggan33125221.5700
E Barker2875832.0700
OM Marshall30702.3300
J Wilkinson502204.4000
England Women 2nd Innings (target: 206 runs)
MC Robinson  b Wilson22-8100-
S Driscoll  b Dow24-3930-
BD Birch c Wilson b Dow7-2000-
MB Duggan (c)st †N Massey b Dow11-1410-
J Wilkinson not out5-8700-
RE Westbrook lbw b Wilson4-4200-
HM Sanders c E Massey b Wilson2-1900-
OM Marshall lbw b Wilson0-500-
E Barker c Coulthard b Dow1-100-
JL Hawes not out0-800-
TOTAL(64 Ov, RR: 1.18)76/8
Did not bat: DI Macfarlane 
Fall of wickets: 1-34 (Shirley Driscoll), 2-52 (Betty Birch), 3-64 (Mary Duggan), 4-64 (Cecilia Robinson), 5-69 (Ruth Westbrook), 6-73 (Hazel Sanders), 7-73 (Polly Marshall), 8-74 (Edna Barker)
J Christ821802.2500
E Massey521202.4000
LR Dow1892141.1600
F Coulthard611101.8300
BR Wilson1914940.4700
UL Paisley52501.0000
V Batty33000.0000
Junction Oval, Melbourne
TossEngland Women , elected to field first
SeriesEngland Women tour of Australia 1957/58
Series result4-match series level 0-0
Match numberWomen's Test no. 22
Match days21,22,24 February 1958 (3-day match)
Nell Massey
Joyce Dalton
Faith Coulthard
Fri, 21 Feb - day 1 - no play
Sat, 22 Feb - day 2 - Australia Women 2nd innings 66/4 (ER Wilson 27*, V Batty 10*)
Sun, 23 Feb - rest day
Mon, 24 Feb - day 3 - England Women 2nd innings 76/8 (64 ov) - end of match
Day 3
  • day 3 - England Women 2nd innings 76/8 (64 ov) - end of match
Day 2
  • day 2 - Australia Women 2nd innings 66/4 (ER Wilson 27*, V Batty 10*)
Day 1
  • day 1 - no play
Day 0
  • Wilson's 10 wickets included a hat trick in the 1st innings (Barker, Hawes, Macfarlane)
  • E R Wilson 50 in 103 mins; 100 in 166 mins
  • MC Robinson (2) passed 500 runs in Women's Test Matches
  • ER Wilson reached 50 wickets in Women's Test Matches
  • Scorers: Mrs James and Helen Sharpe
  • 12th Men: JA Batson (England Women and J Bath (Australia Women)
  • Betty Wilson became the first Test player (man or woman) to make a century and take ten wickets in a match.
  • rest day