Result
3rd Test, The Oval, Aug 10-12 1896, Australia tour of England
145 & 84
(26 ov, target 111)
119 & 44
England won by 66 runs
England 1st Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSR
WG Grace (c)c Trott b Giffen24---0-
Hon.FS Jackson c McKibbin b Trumble45---0-
KS Ranjitsinhji  b Giffen8---0-
R Abel c & b Trumble26---0-
AC MacLaren  b Trumble20---0-
TW Hayward  b Trumble0--00-
EG Wynyard c Darling b McKibbin10---0-
R Peel c Donnan b Trumble0--00-
AFA Lilley c Iredale b Trumble2--00-
JT Hearne  b McKibbin8---0-
T Richardson not out1--00-
Extras(lb 1)1
TOTAL(81.3 Ov, RR: 2.13)145
Fall of wickets: 1-54 (W.G. Grace), 2-78 (Stanley Jackson), 3-78 (Ranji), 4-114 (Archie MacLaren), 5-114 (Tom Hayward), 6-131 (Teddy Wynyard), 7-132 (Bobby Peel), 8-135 (Dick Lilley), 9-138 (Bobby Abel), 10-145 (Jack Hearne)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
G Giffen32126422.4000
H Trumble40105961.7700
TR McKibbin9.302122.6200
Australia 1st Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSR
J Darling c MacLaren b Hearne47---0-
FA Iredale run out30---0-
G Giffen  b Hearne0--00-
GHS Trott (c) b Peel5---0-
SE Gregory  b Hearne1--00-
C Hill run out1--00-
H Donnan  b Hearne10---0-
JJ Kelly not out10---0-
H Trumble  b Hearne3--00-
E Jones c MacLaren b Peel3--00-
TR McKibbin  b Hearne0--00-
Extras(b 8, lb 1)9
TOTAL(53.1 Ov, RR: 2.68)119
Fall of wickets: 1-75 (Frank Iredale), 2-77 (Joe Darling), 3-82 (Harry Trott), 4-83 (Syd Gregory), 5-84 (Clem Hill), 6-85 (George Giffen), 7-112 (Harry Donnan), 8-116 (Hugh Trumble), 9-119 (Ernie Jones), 10-119 (Tom McKibbin)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
R Peel2093021.8000
JT Hearne26.1104161.8700
T Richardson502205.2800
TW Hayward2017010.2000
England 2nd Innings
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSR
WG Grace (c) b Trumble9---0-
Hon.FS Jackson  b Trumble2--00-
KS Ranjitsinhji st †Kelly b McKibbin11---0-
R Abel c Giffen b Trumble21---0-
AC MacLaren  b Jones6---0-
TW Hayward c Trott b Trumble13---0-
EG Wynyard c †Kelly b McKibbin3--00-
R Peel  b Trumble0--00-
AFA Lilley c McKibbin b Trumble6---0-
JT Hearne  b McKibbin1--00-
T Richardson not out10---0-
Extras(lb 2)2
TOTAL(49 Ov, RR: 2.05)84
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Stanley Jackson), 2-12 (W.G. Grace), 3-24 (Ranji), 4-50 (Archie MacLaren), 5-56 (Bobby Abel), 6-67 (Tom Hayward), 7-67 (Teddy Wynyard), 8-67 (Bobby Peel), 9-68 (Jack Hearne), 10-84 (Dick Lilley)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
H Trumble2593061.4400
TR McKibbin2083532.1000
G Giffen10404.8000
E Jones301315.2000
Australia 2nd Innings (target: 111 runs)
BATSMEN RBM4s6sSR
FA Iredale c Jackson b Hearne3--00-
J Darling  b Hearne0--00-
GHS Trott (c)c sub (W Brockwell) b Peel3--00-
G Giffen  b Hearne1--00-
SE Gregory c Richardson b Peel6---0-
C Hill  b Peel0--00-
H Donnan c Hayward b Peel0--00-
JJ Kelly lbw b Peel3--00-
H Trumble not out7---0-
E Jones  b Peel3--00-
TR McKibbin c Abel b Hearne16---0-
Extras(b 2)2
TOTAL(26 Ov, RR: 2.03)44
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Joe Darling), 2-3 (Frank Iredale), 3-7 (George Giffen), 4-7 (Harry Trott), 5-11 (Clem Hill), 6-11 (Harry Donnan), 7-14 (Syd Gregory), 8-19 (James Kelly), 9-25 (Ernie Jones), 10-44 (Tom McKibbin)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
T Richardson11000.0000
JT Hearne1381941.7500
R Peel1252362.3000
MATCH DETAILS
Kennington Oval, London
TossEngland , elected to bat first
SeriesAustralia tour of England
Series resultEngland won the 3-match series 2-1
Match numberTest no. 52
Season1896
Match days10,11,12 August 1896 (3-day match)
Test debut
Teddy Wynyard
Umpires
William Hearn
Jim Phillips
Balls per over5
CLOSE OF PLAY
Mon, 10 Aug - day 1 - England 1st innings 69/1 (FS Jackson 39*, KS Ranjitsinhji 5*)
Tue, 11 Aug - day 2 - England 2nd innings 60/5 (TW Hayward 9*, EG Wynyard 0*)
Wed, 12 Aug - day 3 - Australia 2nd innings 44 (26 ov) - end of match
MATCH NOTES
General
  • Rain prevented play until 4.55pm. on the first day, caused 24 wickets to fall on the second, and led to Australia being dismissed for their lowest total in England until 1902.
  • Peel ended his Test career with the splendid analysis of 6 for 23; the fourth of those wickets was his hundreth in Test matches.
  • Five players threatened strike action before the start because of a dispute over match fees. Although Abel, Hayward and Richardson relented, Gunn and Lohmann refused to play.