5th Test, The Oval, Aug 13-16 1921, Australia tour of England
(58 ov)
403/8d & 244/2
Match drawn
England 1st Innings
CAG Russell c †Oldfield b McDonald13-2900-
G Brown  b Mailey32-6620-
GE Tyldesley c Macartney b Gregory39-10140-
FE Woolley run out23-2130-
CP Mead not out182-309210-
A Sandham  b McDonald21-8120-
Lord Tennyson (c) b McDonald51-9680-
PGH Fender c Armstrong b McDonald0-200-
JW Hitch  b McDonald18-2130-
JWHT Douglas not out21-52-0-
Extras(lb 3)3
TOTAL(127 Ov, RR: 3.17)403/8d
Did not bat: CH Parkin 
Fall of wickets: 1-27 (Jack Russell), 2-54 (George Brown), 3-84 (Frank Woolley), 4-121 (Ernest Tyldesley), 5-191 (Andy Sandham), 6-312 (Lord Tennyson), 7-312 (Percy Fender), 8-339 (Bill Hitch)
JM Gregory38512813.3600
EA McDonald47914353.0400
AA Mailey3048512.8300
WW Armstrong1224403.6600
Australia 1st Innings
HL Collins hit wicket b Hitch14-5810-
W Bardsley  b Hitch22-3630-
CG Macartney  b Douglas61-9590-
TJE Andrews lbw b Parkin94-119110-
JM Taylor c Woolley b Douglas75-118100-
CE Pellew c Woolley b Parkin1-500-
WW Armstrong (c)c †Brown b Douglas19-4330-
JM Gregory st †Brown b Parkin27-5440-
WAS Oldfield not out28-7630-
EA McDonald st †Brown b Woolley36-3950-
AA Mailey  b Woolley0-100-
Extras(b 6, lb 3, nb 1, w 2)12
TOTAL(102 Ov, RR: 3.81)389
Fall of wickets: 1-33 (Warren Bardsley), 2-54 (Herbie Collins), 3-162 (Charles Macartney), 4-233 (Tommy Andrews), 5-239 (Nip Pellew), 6-288 (Warwick Armstrong), 7-311 (Johnny Taylor), 8-338 (Jack Gregory), 9-389 (Ted McDonald), 10-389 (Arthur Mailey)
JW Hitch1936523.4200
JWHT Douglas30211733.9000
PGH Fender1938204.3100
CH Parkin2348233.5600
FE Woolley1123122.8100
England 2nd Innings
CAG Russell not out102-163110-
G Brown c Mailey b Taylor84-11170-
PGH Fender c Armstrong b Mailey6-1300-
JW Hitch not out51-3771-
Extras(b 1)1
TOTAL(58 Ov, RR: 4.2)244/2
Fall of wickets: 1-158 (George Brown), 2-173 (Percy Fender)
JM Gregory301304.3300
EA McDonald602003.3300
AA Mailey1827714.2700
CE Pellew932502.7700
TJE Andrews804405.5000
JM Taylor712513.5700
HL Collins703905.5700
Kennington Oval, London
TossEngland , elected to bat first
SeriesAustralia tour of England
Series resultAustralia won the 5-match series 3-0
Match numberTest no. 144
Match days13,15,16 August 1921 (3-day match)
Test debut
Andy Sandham
John Moss
William Phillips
Sat, 13 Aug - day 1 - England 1st innings 129/4 (CP Mead 19*, A Sandham 1*)
Sun, 14 Aug - rest day
Mon, 15 Aug - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 162/3 (TJE Andrews 59*)
Tue, 16 Aug - day 3 - England 2nd innings 244/2 (58 ov) - end of match