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5th Test, Melbourne, March 21 - 25, 1885, England tour of Australia
163 & 125

England won by an innings and 98 runs

Australia 1st INNINGS 
Alec Bannerman c Peel b Ulyett5--00-
William Bruce c Briggs b Peel15--10-
George Giffen  b Ulyett13--20-
Tom Horan (c)lbw b Ulyett0--00-
Sammy Jones lbw b Peel0--00-
Frank Walters  b Ulyett7--10-
Affie Jarvis c †Hunter b Peel15--10-
John Trumble not out 34--40-
George McShane c †Hunter b Barnes9--10-
Tom Garrett c Briggs b Barnes6--00-
Frederick Spofforth  b Attewell50-7041-
Extras(b 5, lb 1, nb 3)9
TOTAL106 Ov (RR: 1.53)163
Fall of wickets: 1-21 (William Bruce), 2-21 (Alec Bannerman), 3-21 (Tom Horan), 4-34 (Sammy Jones), 5-34 (George Giffen), 6-45 (Frank Walters), 7-67 (Affie Jarvis), 8-89 (George McShane), 9-99 (Tom Garrett), 10-163 (Frederick Spofforth)
Bobby Peel41262831.02---00
George Ulyett2375243.39---00
Billy Barnes28124722.51---00
Wilf Flowers96901.50---00
William Attewell511815.40---00
England 1st INNINGS 
Billy Barnes c Horan b Bruce74-17580-
William Scotton  b Bruce27--40-
Maurice Read  b Giffen13--10-
George Ulyett  b Spofforth1--00-
Arthur Shrewsbury (c)not out 105-320100-
Billy Bates c Walters b Bruce61--80-
Wilf Flowers  b Spofforth16--00-
Johnny Briggs c Walters b Trumble43--80-
William Attewell c Bannerman b Trumble0--00-
Bobby Peel  b Trumble0--00-
Joe Hunter  b Giffen18--10-
Extras(b 10, lb 14, nb 4)28
TOTAL221.3 Ov (RR: 1.74)386
Fall of wickets: 1-61 (William Scotton), 2-96 (Maurice Read), 3-97 (George Ulyett), 4-141 (Billy Barnes), 4-214, 5-256 (Wilf Flowers), 6-324 (Johnny Briggs), 7-324 (William Attewell), 8-335 (Billy Bates), 9-337 (Bobby Peel), 10-386 (Joe Hunter)
George Giffen74.33113222.64---00
William Bruce51139932.91---00
Frederick Spofforth49217122.17---00
John Trumble28142931.55---00
Tom Garrett861202.25---00
George McShane32301.50---00
Sammy Jones52702.10---00
Tom Horan30502.50---00
Australia 2nd INNINGS 
Alec Bannerman c sub (GF Vernon) b Ulyett2--00-
Tom Garrett  b Ulyett5--10-
George Giffen c Peel b Ulyett12--10-
Sammy Jones  b Peel17--20-
Tom Horan (c) b Attewell20--30-
William Bruce c Bates b Attewell35--11-
John Trumble lbw b Attewell10--10-
Frank Walters c Attewell b Flowers5--10-
Affie Jarvis c Peel b Flowers1--00-
Frederick Spofforth c sub (AH Jarvis) b Flowers1--00-
George McShane not out 12--00-
Extras(b 5)5
TOTAL102.1 Ov (RR: 1.22)125
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Alec Bannerman), 2-17 (Tom Garrett), 3-26 (George Giffen), 4-60 (Tom Horan), 5-60 (Sammy Jones), 6-91 (John Trumble), 7-100 (Frank Walters), 8-106 (Affie Jarvis), 9-108 (Frederick Spofforth), 10-125 (William Bruce)
Bobby Peel30163711.85---00
George Ulyett1572532.50---00
Wilf Flowers2173432.42---00
William Attewell36.1222430.99---00
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TossAustralia, elected to bat first
Series resultEngland won the 5-match series 3-2
Match numberTest no. 21
Match daysday (0-day match)
Test debut
Frank Walters
Frank Walters
George McShane
George McShane
George Hodges
Jim Phillips
Balls per over4
Sat, 21 Mar - day 1 - England 1st innings 44/0 (Billy Barnes 19*, William Scotton 21*)
Sun, 22 Mar - rest day
Mon, 23 Mar - day 2 - England 1st innings 270/5 (Arthur Shrewsbury 54*, Johnny Briggs 11*)
Tue, 24 Mar - day 3 - Australia 2nd innings 105/7 (William Bruce 28*, Affie Jarvis 1*)
Wed, 25 Mar - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 125 (102.1 ov) - end of match
  • A Shrewsbury became the first Englad captain to score a Test hundred.
  • TW Garrett deputised for umpire Hodges when the latter refused to stand after tea on the third day because of England's complaints about his decisions. JC Allen stood for Phillips on the third and fourth days. McShane played in this Test after umpiring in the previous one.
  • Jarvis was the second Australian substitute fielder after Murdoch to hold a catch for England.
  • W Bates (1) retired hurt on 54* from 214/4 to 324/7
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