1st Test, Gqeberha, March 12 - 13, 1889, England tour of South Africa
84 & 129
(T:66) 148 & 67/2

England won by 8 wickets

South Africa 1st INNINGS 
Albert Rose-Innes  b Briggs0--00-
Bernard Tancred  b Smith29--30-
Philip Hutchinson  b Briggs011000.00
Charles Vintcent c Abel b Briggs3--00-
Arthur Ochse c Abel b Briggs4--00-
William Milton c Abel b Fothergill1--00-
Owen Dunell (c)not out 26--30-
Robert Stewart lbw b Smith4--00-
Fred Smith  b Smith7--10-
Charlie Finlason  b Smith0--00-
Gus Kempis c Hearne b Smith0--00-
Extras(b 8, w 2)10
TOTAL75.2 Ov (RR: 1.11)84
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Albert Rose-Innes), 2-0 (Philip Hutchinson), 3-10 (Charles Vintcent), 4-16 (Arthur Ochse), 5-17 (William Milton), 6-58 (Bernard Tancred), 7-66 (Robert Stewart), 8-78 (Fred Smith), 9-82 (Charlie Finlason), 10-84 (Gus Kempis)
Johnny Briggs37213941.58---00
Arnold Fothergill24151510.93---00
Aubrey Smith13.261952.11---00
George Ulyett10101.50---00
England 1st INNINGS 
Bobby Abel c Milton b Rose-Innes46--50-
George Ulyett  b Kempis4--00-
Maurice Read c Dunell b Kempis1--00-
Frank Hearne c Stewart b Rose-Innes27--20-
Henry Wood c Hutchinson b Rose-Innes3--00-
Monty Bowden run out 0--00-
Johnny Briggs c †Smith b Rose-Innes0--00-
Aubrey Smith (c)c Stewart b Kempis3--00-
Basil Grieve not out 14--20-
The Hon. Charles Coventry c †Smith b Rose-Innes12--20-
Arnold Fothergill c Tancred b Milton32--31-
Extras(b 5, w 1)6
TOTAL66.2 Ov (RR: 2.22)148
Fall of wickets: 1-10 (George Ulyett), 2-14 (Maurice Read), 3-65 (Frank Hearne), 4-75 (Henry Wood), 5-75 (Monty Bowden), 6-77 (Johnny Briggs), 7-85 (Aubrey Smith), 8-87 (Bobby Abel), 9-103 (The Hon. Charles Coventry), 10-148 (Arnold Fothergill)
Gus Kempis31145332.56---00
Charlie Finlason30703.50---00
Charles Vintcent1243404.25---00
Albert Rose-Innes1854353.58---00
William Milton2.21513.00---00
South Africa 2nd INNINGS 
Albert Rose-Innes  b Smith13--10-
Bernard Tancred c & b Briggs29--10-
Arthur Ochse lbw b Fothergill8--10-
Charles Vintcent c & b Ulyett4--10-
Philip Hutchinson  b Smith11--10-
Owen Dunell (c)c & b Ulyett11--00-
William Milton c †Bowden b Briggs19--20-
Robert Stewart c Ulyett b Fothergill9--00-
Fred Smith  b Fothergill12--00-
Charlie Finlason  b Fothergill6--10-
Gus Kempis not out 0--00-
Extras(b 7)7
TOTAL90.1 Ov (RR: 1.42)129
Fall of wickets: 1-21 (Albert Rose-Innes), 2-42 (Arthur Ochse), 3-51 (Charles Vintcent), 4-67 (Bernard Tancred), 5-67 (Philip Hutchinson), 6-88 (William Milton), 7-110 (Owen Dunell), 8-116 (Robert Stewart), 9-126 (Charlie Finlason), 10-129 (Fred Smith)
Johnny Briggs27143421.88---00
Arnold Fothergill18.1111941.56---00
Aubrey Smith25104222.52---00
George Ulyett2092722.02---00
England 2nd INNINGS (Target: 66 runs)
Bobby Abel not out 23--20-
George Ulyett  b Vintcent22--31-
Maurice Read  b Kempis3--00-
Basil Grieve not out 12--20-
Extras(b 7)7
TOTAL21.1 Ov (RR: 3.15)67/2
Fall of wickets: 1-32 (George Ulyett), 2-35 (Maurice Read)
Gus Kempis1132313.13---00
Charles Vintcent8.122113.81---00
Albert Rose-Innes2016012.00---00
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Tue, 12 Mar - day 1 - England 1st innings 148
Wed, 13 Mar - day 2 - England 2nd innings 67/2 (21.1 ov) - end of match
  • South Africa's introduction to Test cricket ended in a comprehensive defeat by Major Warton's touring team.
  • The match, played on matting, finished just before 3.30pm on the second day.
  • Webster stood for umpire Dearne on the second day.
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