- BATSMENR4s6sb Rowe000c Hearne b Sinclair200c Routledge b Rowe122-0c & b Rowe64-0b Sinclair65-0c Rowe b Sinclair32-0lbw b Sinclair4-0b Frank71-0c Johnson b Rowe84-0lbw b Rowe000not out8-0Extras30 (b 22, lb 4, nb 3, w 1)TOTAL482 all out (157.3 Overs, RR: 3.67 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Sir Tim O'Brien), 2-8 (George Lohmann), 3-127 (C.B. Fry), 4-249 (Tom Hayward), 5-291 (Arthur Hill), 6-304 (Sammy Woods), 7-307 (Lord Hawke), 8-461 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport), 9-461 (Christopher Heseltine), 10-482 (Charles Wright)
- BATSMENR4s6sb Woods14-0c & b Lohmann40-0b Lohmann20-0c †Butt b Lohmann000c O'Brien b Lohmann13-0b Lohmann300b Lohmann21-0b Lohmann4-0c & b Lohmann5-0c Heseltine b Lohmann24-0not out000Extras7 (nb 5, w 2)TOTAL151 all out (46.2 Overs, RR: 3.9 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-19 (Tommy Routledge), 2-70 (Robert Poore), 3-70 (Frank Hearne), 4-77 (Jimmy Sinclair), 5-85 (Clement Johnson), 6-101 (Barberton Halliwell), 7-105 (Fred Smith), 8-111 (Billy Frank), 9-142 (George Shepstone), 10-151 (Charlie Llewellyn)
- BATSMENR4s6sc sub (HF Mosenthal) b Heseltine000c sub (HF Mosenthal) b Woods29-0b Heseltine10-0c Heseltine b Lohmann16-0c Hawke b Heseltine41-0run out7-0c Fry b Lohmann9-0not out11-0c Hill b Lohmann200c Lohmann b Heseltine4-0b Heseltine000Extras5 (lb 3, nb 2)TOTAL134 all out (f/o) (43.2 Overs, RR: 3.7 per 6 ball)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Tommy Routledge), 2-23 (Robert Poore), 3-48 (Frank Hearne), 4-63 (Jimmy Sinclair), 5-83 (Clement Johnson), 6-116 (Barberton Halliwell), 7-118 (George Shepstone), 8-124 (Billy Frank), 9-134 (Charlie Llewellyn), 10-134 (George Rowe)
England , elected to bat first
England led the 3-match series 2-0
2,3,4 March 1896 (3-day match)
Balls per over
- Mon, 02 Mar - day 1 - England 1st innings 355/7 (CW Wright 30*, HR Bromley-Davenport 19*)
- Tue, 03 Mar - day 2 - South Africa 2nd innings 63/3 (JH Sinclair 29*, EA Halliwell 4*)
- Wed, 04 Mar - day 3 - South Africa 2nd innings 134 (43.2 ov) - end of match
- Lohmann became the first bowler to take 9 wickets in an innings, also taking his hundredth Test wicket in the match.
- Umpire Miller had played in the previous Test.
- Lord Hawke's team arrived at the ground to find the the club buildings filled with injured survivors from a dynamite explosion nearby.