Tour Match, Southend-on-Sea, Jul 27 - 29 1921, Australia tour of England
128 & 219
Australians won by an innings and 88 runs
Essex 1st INNINGS
Jack Russell c & b Hendry2--00-
Joseph Dixon c Macartney b Gregory18--30-
Whiz Morris c Mailey b Gregory11--00-
Hubert Ashton st †Oldfield b Mailey7--10-
Peter Perrin (c)not out 28--30-
Frederick Fane c & b Mailey5--00-
Claude Ashton c Hendry b Gregory5--00-
Frank Gilligan  b Gregory31--40-
Henry Franklin  b Gregory13--20-
Harry Smith  b Mailey0--00-
George Louden c Ryder b Mailey4--00-
Extras(b 2, lb 2)4
TOTAL(49.5 Ov, RR: 2.56)128
Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Jack Russell), 2-30 (Whiz Morris), 3-31 (Joseph Dixon), 4-43 (Hubert Ashton), 5-49 (Frederick Fane), 6-64 (Claude Ashton), 6-101, 7-114 (Frank Gilligan), 8-123 (Henry Franklin), 9-127 (Harry Smith), 10-128 (George Louden, 49.5 ov)
Jack Gregory1864452.44---00
Stork Hendry421012.50---00
Arthur Mailey20.554842.30---00
Jack Ryder712203.14---00
Australians 1st INNINGS
Herbie Collins (c) b Louden119-129151-
Warren Bardsley  b Franklin59-7480-
Charles Macartney  b Dixon11-420-
Tommy Andrews  b Louden59-7860-
Ernie Mayne  b Louden30-5930-
Jack Ryder  b Louden3-500-
Jack Gregory c & b Dixon50-4253-
Nip Pellew c †Gilligan b Louden34-3840-
Stork Hendry not out 30-2950-
Bert Oldfield  b Louden6-910-
Arthur Mailey  b Louden23-1631-
Extras(b 9, lb 1, w 1)11
TOTAL(87.3 Ov, RR: 4.97)435
Fall of wickets: 1-117 (Warren Bardsley), 2-128 (Charles Macartney), 3-220 (Herbie Collins), 4-277 (Tommy Andrews), 5-284 (Jack Ryder), 6-285 (Ernie Mayne), 7-373 (Jack Gregory), 8-375 (Nip Pellew), 9-387 (Bert Oldfield), 10-435 (Arthur Mailey, 87.3 ov)
George Louden37.3414473.84---00
Joseph Dixon21211425.42---10
Harry Smith1216105.08---00
Jack Russell201306.50---00
Henry Franklin1127917.18---00
Claude Ashton401303.25---00
Essex 2nd INNINGS
Jack Russell c Gregory b Hendry3-400-
Joseph Dixon  b Mailey18-4030-
Whiz Morris  b Gregory5-810-
Hubert Ashton  b Macartney90-15580-
Claude Ashton c Bardsley b Mailey24-4430-
Frederick Fane c Hendry b Gregory18-6510-
Peter Perrin (c)c Collins b Gregory19-2530-
Frank Gilligan c Mailey b Hendry15-3710-
Henry Franklin not out 17-4400-
Harry Smith c Gregory b Hendry4-2000-
George Louden c Andrews b Hendry0-400-
Extras(b 5, lb 1)6
TOTAL(88.4 Ov, RR: 2.46)219
Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Jack Russell), 2-12 (Whiz Morris), 3-40 (Joseph Dixon), 4-97 (Claude Ashton), 5-151 (Frederick Fane), 6-175 (Hubert Ashton), 7-185 (Peter Perrin), 8-203 (Frank Gilligan), 9-217 (Harry Smith), 10-219 (George Louden, 88.4 ov)
Jack Gregory1925933.10---00
Stork Hendry19.433641.83---00
Jack Ryder1023003.00---00
Arthur Mailey1835523.05---00
Herbie Collins831201.50---00
Charles Macartney1462111.50---00
Southchurch Park, Southend-on-Sea
TossEssex, elected to bat first
SeriesAustralia tour of England
Match daysday (3-day match)
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Alfred Atfield
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Thomas Brown
Wed, 27 Jul - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 192/2 (Herbie Collins 101*, Tommy Andrews 19*)
Thu, 28 Jul - day 2 - Essex 2nd innings 136/4 (Hubert Ashton 66*, Frederick Fane 15*)
Fri, 29 Jul - day 3 - Essex 2nd innings 219 (88.4 ov) - end of match
  • PA Perrin (1) retired hurt on 27* from 101/6 to 127/9