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2nd Test, Melbourne, January 01 - 05, 1904, England [Marylebone Cricket Club] tour of Australia
315 & 103
(T:297) 122 & 111

England won by 185 runs

England 1st Innings
Australia 1st Innings
England 2nd Innings
Australia 2nd Innings
Match Flow
England 1st Innings 
Pelham Warner (c)c Duff b Trumble68-17080-
Tom Hayward c Gregory b Hopkins58-15520-
Johnny Tyldesley c Trumble b Howell97-22580-
Tip Foster retired ill 49-11530-
Len Braund c Howell b Trumble20-5520-
Albert Knight  b Howell2-200-
George Hirst c Noble b Howell7-1800-
Wilfred Rhodes lbw b Trumble2-1100-
Dick Lilley c Howell b Trumble4-2400-
Albert Relf not out 3-2500-
Arthur Fielder  b Howell1-200-
Extras(lb 3, w 1)4
TOTAL152.5 Ov (RR: 2.06)315
Fall of wickets: 1-122 (Tom Hayward), 2-132 (Pelham Warner), 2-221* (Tip Foster, retired ill), 3-277 (Len Braund), 4-279 (Albert Knight), 5-297 (George Hirst), 6-306 (Wilfred Rhodes), 7-306 (Johnny Tyldesley), 8-314 (Dick Lilley), 9-315 (Arthur Fielder)
Hugh Trumble501010742.14---00
Monty Noble63400.66---00
Jack Saunders1636003.75---00
Bill Howell34.5144341.23---00
Warwick Armstrong2564301.72---00
Bert Hopkins2025012.50---00
Victor Trumper10404.00---00
Australia 1st Innings 
Reggie Duff st †Lilley b Rhodes10-1010-
Victor Trumper c Tyldesley b Rhodes74-11251-
Clem Hill c Rhodes b Hirst5-1010-
Monty Noble (c)c sub (H Strudwick) b Rhodes0-600-
Syd Gregory c Hirst b Rhodes1-1200-
Bert Hopkins c sub (H Strudwick) b Relf18-1710-
Hugh Trumble c sub (H Strudwick) b Rhodes2-600-
Warwick Armstrong c Braund b Rhodes1-600-
James Kelly run out 8-1700-
Bill Howell c Fielder b Rhodes0-700-
Jack Saunders not out 2-700-
Extras(lb 1)1
TOTAL30.2 Ov (RR: 4.02)122
Fall of wickets: 1-14 (Reggie Duff), 2-23 (Clem Hill), 3-23 (Monty Noble), 4-33 (Syd Gregory), 5-67 (Bert Hopkins), 6-73 (Hugh Trumble), 7-79 (Warwick Armstrong), 8-105 (James Kelly), 9-116 (Bill Howell), 10-122 (Victor Trumper)
Wilfred Rhodes15.235673.65---00
George Hirst813314.12---00
Albert Relf201216.00---00
Len Braund502004.00---00
England 2nd Innings 
Pelham Warner (c)c Trumper b Saunders3-400-
Tom Hayward c Trumper b Trumble0-1000-
Johnny Tyldesley c Trumble b Howell62-7862-
Len Braund  b Saunders3-1600-
George Hirst c Gregory b Howell4-1710-
Wilfred Rhodes lbw b Trumble9-2110-
Albert Knight lbw b Trumble0-200-
Dick Lilley st †Kelly b Trumble0-500-
Albert Relf not out 10-1210-
Arthur Fielder c Hill b Trumble4-600-
Tip Foster absent ill------
Extras(b 7, lb 1)8
TOTAL28.5 Ov (RR: 3.57)103
Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Pelham Warner), 2-7 (Tom Hayward), 3-27 (Len Braund), 4-40 (George Hirst), 5-74 (Wilfred Rhodes), 6-74 (Albert Knight), 7-74 (Dick Lilley), 8-90 (Johnny Tyldesley), 9-103 (Arthur Fielder)
Hugh Trumble10.523453.13---00
Jack Saunders803324.12---00
Bill Howell832523.12---00
Bert Hopkins21301.50---00
Australia 2nd Innings (T: 297 runs)
Reggie Duff c Braund b Rhodes8-900-
Victor Trumper c Relf b Rhodes35-5241-
Clem Hill c Relf b Rhodes20-2520-
Monty Noble (c)not out 31-7551-
Syd Gregory c Rhodes b Hirst0-200-
Bert Hopkins c & b Rhodes7-1210-
Hugh Trumble c Braund b Rhodes0-600-
Warwick Armstrong c Hayward b Rhodes0-100-
James Kelly c †Lilley b Rhodes7-1000-
Bill Howell c Hirst b Rhodes3-500-
Jack Saunders c Fielder b Hirst0-1000-
TOTAL29.4 Ov (RR: 3.74)111
Fall of wickets: 1-14 (Reggie Duff), 2-59 (Clem Hill), 3-73 (Victor Trumper), 4-77 (Syd Gregory), 5-86 (Bert Hopkins), 6-90 (Hugh Trumble), 7-90 (Warwick Armstrong), 8-102 (James Kelly), 9-105 (Bill Howell), 10-111 (Jack Saunders)
Wilfred Rhodes1506884.53---00
George Hirst13.443822.78---00
Albert Relf10505.00---00
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Fri, 01 Jan - day 1 - England 1st innings 221/2 (Johnny Tyldesley 46*, Tip Foster 49*)
Sat, 02 Jan - day 2 - England 1st innings 306/6 (Johnny Tyldesley 97*)
Sun, 03 Jan - rest day
Mon, 04 Jan - day 3 - England 2nd innings 74/5 (Johnny Tyldesley 48*)
Tue, 05 Jan - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 111 (29.4 ov) - end of match
  • RE Foster retired hurt at 221/2 (severe chill caught after the 1st day)
Melbourne Cricket Ground
TossEngland, elected to bat first
Series resultEngland led the 5-match series 2-0
Match numberTest no. 79
Match daysday (0-day match)
Test debut
Arthur Fielder
Arthur Fielder
Albert Knight
Albert Knight
Australia Innings
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