result
2nd Test, London, Aug 11 - 12 1890, Australia tour of England
92 & 102
(51 ov, target 95)100 & 95/8
England won by 2 wickets
Australia 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
John Lyons c WW Read b Martin13---00.00
Charlie Turner c Sharpe b Lohmann12---00.00
Billy Murdoch (c) b Martin2--000.00
Jack Barrett c Lohmann b Martin0--000.00
Harry Trott c †MacGregor b Martin39-80-00.00
Kenny Burn c †MacGregor b Lohmann7---00.00
Jack Blackham  b Martin1--000.00
J.J. Ferris c Lohmann b Sharpe6---00.00
Percie Charlton  b Martin10---00.00
Syd Gregory  b Lohmann2--000.00
Hugh Trumble not out 0--000.00
Extras0
TOTAL(65.2 Ov, RR: 1.40)92
Fall of wickets: 1-16 (John Lyons), 2-27 (Charlie Turner), 3-27 (Jack Barrett), 4-32 (Billy Murdoch), 5-39 (Kenny Burn), 6-46 (Jack Blackham), 7-70 (J.J. Ferris), 8-85 (Harry Trott), 9-92 (Percie Charlton), 10-92 (Syd Gregory)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Fred Martin2795062.22---00
George Lohmann32.2193431.25---00
John Sharpe63811.60---00
England 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Arthur Shrewsbury c Trott b Turner4---00.00
W.G. Grace (c)c Trumble b Ferris0--000.00
Billy Gunn  b Ferris32---00.00
Walter Read  b Turner1--000.00
James Cranston run out 16---00.00
Maurice Read c Murdoch b Charlton19---00.00
Billy Barnes c Murdoch b Charlton5---00.00
George Lohmann c Gregory b Ferris3--000.00
Gregor MacGregor c Turner b Ferris1--000.00
John Sharpe not out 5---00.00
Fred Martin c Turner b Charlton1--000.00
Extras(b 9, lb 3, nb 1)13
TOTAL(55 Ov, RR: 1.81)100
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (W.G. Grace), 2-10 (Arthur Shrewsbury), 3-16 (Walter Read), 4-55 (James Cranston), 5-79 (Billy Gunn), 6-90 (Maurice Read), 7-91 (Billy Barnes), 8-93 (Gregor MacGregor), 9-94 (George Lohmann), 10-100 (Fred Martin)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Charlie Turner22123722.01---00
J.J. Ferris25142541.20---00
Hugh Trumble20704.20---00
Percie Charlton601833.60---00
Australia 2nd INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Jack Barrett  b Martin4---00.00
Kenny Burn  b Martin15---00.00
J.J. Ferris  b Lohmann1--000.00
John Lyons  b Martin21---00.00
Billy Murdoch (c) b Lohmann6---00.00
Harry Trott c Cranston b Martin25---00.00
Charlie Turner  b Martin0--000.00
Jack Blackham  b Lohmann1--000.00
Percie Charlton  b Sharpe11---00.00
Hugh Trumble  b Martin6---00.00
Syd Gregory not out 4---00.00
Extras(b 7, lb 1)8
TOTAL(60.2 Ov, RR: 1.68)102
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Jack Barrett), 2-5 (J.J. Ferris), 3-36 (John Lyons), 4-43 (Billy Murdoch), 5-49 (Kenny Burn), 6-53 (Charlie Turner), 7-54 (Jack Blackham), 8-90 (Harry Trott), 9-92 (Percie Charlton), 10-102 (Hugh Trumble)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Fred Martin30.2125262.05---00
George Lohmann2183231.82---00
John Sharpe951011.33---00
England 2nd INNINGS (target: 95 runs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Arthur Shrewsbury lbw b Ferris9---00.00
W.G. Grace (c)c Trumble b Ferris16---00.00
Billy Gunn st †Blackham b Ferris1--000.00
Walter Read  b Turner6---00.00
Maurice Read c Barrett b Turner35---00.00
James Cranston c Trumble b Turner15---00.00
George Lohmann c †Blackham b Ferris2--000.00
Billy Barnes lbw b Ferris5---00.00
Gregor MacGregor not out 2--000.00
John Sharpe not out 2--000.00
Extras(lb 1, nb 1)2
TOTAL(51 Ov, RR: 1.86)95/8
Did not bat: Fred Martin 
Fall of wickets: 1-24 (W.G. Grace), 2-25 (Arthur Shrewsbury), 3-28 (Billy Gunn), 4-32 (Walter Read), 5-83 (Maurice Read), 6-83 (James Cranston), 7-86 (George Lohmann), 8-93 (Billy Barnes)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Charlie Turner2593831.82---00
J.J. Ferris2384952.55---00
Percie Charlton31602.40---00
MATCH DETAILS
Kennington Oval, London
TossAustralia, elected to bat first
SeriesAustralia tour of England
Season1890
Series resultEngland led the 3-match series 2-0
Match numberTest no. 34
Match daysday(3-day match)
Test debut
Fred Martin
Fred Martin
James Cranston
James Cranston
John Sharpe
John Sharpe
Umpires
England Image
Charles Pullin
England Image
James Street
Balls per over5
CLOSE OF PLAY
Mon, 11 Aug - day 1 -Australia 2nd innings 5/2 (Kenny Burn 0*, null ov)
Tue, 12 Aug - day 2 -England 2nd innings 95/8 (51 ov) - end of match
MATCH NOTES
General
  • Martin, a left-arm, medium-fast bowler from Kent, became the first to take twelve wickets on debut.
  • England won the match from an overthrow when Barrett missed an easy run-out.