result
1st Test, Port Elizabeth, Feb 13 - 14 1896, England tour of South Africa
185 & 226
(18.4 ov, target 319)93 & 30
England won by 288 runs
England 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Tim O'Brien (c)c Gleeson b Willoughby17---0-
George Lohmann c Routledge b Willoughby0--00-
Tom Hayward c Sinclair b Middleton30---0-
C.B. Fry  b Middleton43---0-
Arthur Hill run out 25---0-
Sammy Woods c †Halliwell b Hime7---0-
Hugh Bromley-Davenport c Fichardt b Middleton26---0-
Lord Hawke  b Middleton0--00-
Charles Wright  b Sinclair19---0-
Audley Miller not out 4---0-
Harry Butt c †Halliwell b Middleton1--00-
Extras(b 13)13
TOTAL(70.4 Ov, RR: 3.13)185
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (George Lohmann), 2-25 (Tim O'Brien), 3-68 (Tom Hayward), 4-120 (Arthur Hill), 5-125 (C.B. Fry), 6-131 (Sammy Woods), 7-140 (Lord Hawke), 8-175 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport), 9-184 (Charles Wright), 10-185 (Harry Butt)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Jimmy Sinclair1653412.54---00
Joseph Willoughby2265422.94---00
Bonnor Middleton25.466452.97---00
Charles Hime732013.42---00
South Africa 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Tommy Routledge  b Bromley-Davenport22---0-
Frank Hearne c O'Brien b Bromley-Davenport23---0-
Robert Poore  b Lohmann11---0-
Jimmy Sinclair  b Lohmann4---0-
Charles Hime  b Lohmann0--00-
Barberton Halliwell (c)† b Lohmann13---0-
Charles Fichardt  b Lohmann4---0-
Robert Gleeson c Lohmann b Hayward3--00-
Frederick Cook  b Lohmann7---0-
Bonnor Middleton not out 4---0-
Joseph Willoughby  b Lohmann0--00-
Extras(b 2)2
TOTAL(30.4 Ov, RR: 3.62)93
Fall of wickets: 1-29 (Tommy Routledge), 2-58 (Robert Poore), 3-58 (Frank Hearne), 4-62 (Jimmy Sinclair), 5-62 (Charles Hime), 6-77 (Charles Fichardt), 7-80 (Robert Gleeson), 8-80 (Barberton Halliwell), 9-92 (Frederick Cook), 10-93 (Joseph Willoughby)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
George Lohmann15.463872.88---00
Hugh Bromley-Davenport1224624.59---00
Tom Hayward31712.80---00
England 2nd INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Charles Wright  b Sinclair33---0-
Harry Butt  b Middleton0--00-
Tim O'Brien (c) b Sinclair16---0-
Tom Hayward c †Halliwell b Willoughby6---0-
C.B. Fry c †Halliwell b Middleton15---0-
George Lohmann  b Willoughby0--00-
Arthur Hill  b Middleton37---0-
Sammy Woods c Poore b Sinclair53---0-
Hugh Bromley-Davenport c Poore b Middleton7---0-
Lord Hawke c Gleeson b Poore30---0-
Audley Miller not out 20---0-
Extras(b 9)9
TOTAL(80.4 Ov, RR: 3.35)226
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Harry Butt), 2-39 (Tim O'Brien), 3-52 (Tom Hayward), 4-68 (Charles Wright), 5-68 (George Lohmann), 6-72 (C.B. Fry), 7-161 (Sammy Woods), 8-169 (Arthur Hill), 9-184 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport), 10-226 (Lord Hawke)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Jimmy Sinclair2026834.08---00
Joseph Willoughby1946824.29---00
Bonnor Middleton36126642.20---00
Charles Hime411103.30---00
Robert Poore1.40412.66---00
South Africa 2nd INNINGS (target: 319 runs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Tommy Routledge  b Lohmann2--00-
Frank Hearne  b Lohmann5---0-
Robert Poore c O'Brien b Lohmann10---0-
Jimmy Sinclair  b Lohmann0--00-
Charles Fichardt lbw b Bromley-Davenport1--00-
Charles Hime  b Hayward8---0-
Barberton Halliwell (c)†c Hayward b Lohmann3--00-
Robert Gleeson not out 1--00-
Frederick Cook  b Lohmann0--00-
Bonnor Middleton  b Lohmann0--00-
Joseph Willoughby c Hayward b Lohmann0--00-
Extras0
TOTAL(18.4 Ov, RR: 1.91)30
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Tommy Routledge), 2-11 (Frank Hearne), 3-11 (Jimmy Sinclair), 4-18 (Charles Fichardt), 5-18 (Robert Poore), 6-28 (Barberton Halliwell), 7-29 (Charles Hime), 8-30 (Frederick Cook), 9-30 (Bonnor Middleton), 10-30 (Joseph Willoughby)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
George Lohmann9.45780.85---00
Hugh Bromley-Davenport712313.94---00
Tom Hayward22010.00---00
CLOSE OF PLAY
Thu, 13 Feb - day 1 - England 2nd innings 0/1 (Charles Wright 0*)
Fri, 14 Feb - day 2 - South Africa 2nd innings 30 (18.4 ov) - end of match
MATCH NOTES
General
  • South Africa were dismissed in only 94 balls for 30, the lowest score until 1954-55 when New Zealand were dismissed for 26.
  • Lohmann's analysis of 8 for 7 set a new Test record and he ended the match - on the second day - with a hat-trick.
  • SMJ Woods was making his debut for England after playing for Australia.