2nd Test, Johannesburg, Mar 2 - 4 1896, England tour of South Africa
(f/o) 151 & 134
England won by an innings and 197 runs
England 1st INNINGS
Tim O'Brien  b Rowe0--00-
George Lohmann c Hearne b Sinclair2--00-
Tom Hayward c Routledge b Rowe122---0-
C.B. Fry c & b Rowe64---0-
Arthur Hill  b Sinclair65---0-
Sammy Woods c Rowe b Sinclair32---0-
Lord Hawke (c)lbw b Sinclair4---0-
Charles Wright  b Frank71---0-
Hugh Bromley-Davenport c Johnson b Rowe84---0-
Christopher Heseltine lbw b Rowe0--00-
Harry Butt not out 8---0-
Extras(b 22, lb 4, nb 3, w 1)30
TOTAL(157.3 Ov, RR: 3.05)482
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Tim O'Brien), 2-8 (George Lohmann), 3-127 (C.B. Fry), 4-249 (Tom Hayward), 5-291 (Arthur Hill), 6-304 (Sammy Woods), 7-307 (Lord Hawke), 8-461 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport), 9-461 (Christopher Heseltine), 10-482 (Charles Wright)
George Rowe49911552.81---00
Jimmy Sinclair35611844.04---00
Billy Frank11.335215.37---00
Charlie Llewellyn1437106.08---00
Clement Johnson28125702.44---00
George Shepstone2083902.34---00
South Africa 1st INNINGS
Tommy Routledge  b Woods14---0-
Jimmy Sinclair c & b Lohmann40---0-
Robert Poore  b Lohmann20---0-
Frank Hearne c †Butt b Lohmann0--00-
Barberton Halliwell (c)†c O'Brien b Lohmann13---0-
Clement Johnson  b Lohmann3--00-
George Shepstone  b Lohmann21---0-
Fred Smith  b Lohmann4---0-
Billy Frank c & b Lohmann5---0-
Charlie Llewellyn c Heseltine b Lohmann24---0-
George Rowe not out 0--00-
Extras(nb 5, w 2)7
TOTAL(46.2 Ov, RR: 3.25)151
Fall of wickets: 1-19 (Tommy Routledge), 2-70 (Robert Poore), 3-70 (Frank Hearne), 4-77 (Jimmy Sinclair), 5-85 (Clement Johnson), 6-101 (Barberton Halliwell), 7-105 (Fred Smith), 8-111 (Billy Frank), 9-142 (George Shepstone), 10-151 (Charlie Llewellyn)
Christopher Heseltine902903.86---00
Sammy Woods2027414.44---00
George Lohmann14.262892.33---00
Hugh Bromley-Davenport301305.20---00
Tommy Routledge c sub (HF Mosenthal) b Heseltine0--00-
Jimmy Sinclair c sub (HF Mosenthal) b Woods29---0-
Robert Poore  b Heseltine10---0-
Frank Hearne c Heseltine b Lohmann16---0-
Barberton Halliwell (c)†c Hawke b Heseltine41---0-
Clement Johnson run out 7---0-
George Shepstone c Fry b Lohmann9---0-
Fred Smith not out 11---0-
Billy Frank c Hill b Lohmann2--00-
Charlie Llewellyn c Lohmann b Heseltine4---0-
George Rowe  b Heseltine0--00-
Extras(lb 3, nb 2)5
TOTAL(43.2 Ov, RR: 3.08)134
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Tommy Routledge), 2-23 (Robert Poore), 3-48 (Frank Hearne), 4-63 (Jimmy Sinclair), 5-83 (Clement Johnson), 6-116 (Barberton Halliwell), 7-118 (George Shepstone), 8-124 (Billy Frank), 9-134 (Charlie Llewellyn), 10-134 (George Rowe)
Christopher Heseltine16.233852.78---00
Sammy Woods612715.40---00
George Lohmann1744333.03---00
Tom Hayward412106.30---00
Old Wanderers, Johannesburg
TossEngland, elected to bat first
SeriesEngland tour of South Africa
Series resultEngland led the 3-match series 2-0
Match numberTest no. 48
Match daysday (3-day match)
Test debut
Billy Frank
Billy Frank
Charlie Llewellyn
Charlie Llewellyn
Christopher Heseltine
Christopher Heseltine
Clement Johnson
Clement Johnson
George Rowe
George Rowe
George Shepstone
George Shepstone
England Image
Audley Miller
South Africa Image
George Allsop
Balls per over5
Mon, 02 Mar - day 1 - England 1st innings 355/7 (Charles Wright 30*, Hugh Bromley-Davenport 19*)
Tue, 03 Mar - day 2 - South Africa 2nd innings 63/3 (Jimmy Sinclair 29*, Barberton Halliwell 4*)
Wed, 04 Mar - day 3 - South Africa 2nd innings 134 (43.2 ov) - end of match
  • Lohmann became the first bowler to take 9 wickets in an innings, also taking his hundredth Test wicket in the match.
  • Umpire Miller had played in the previous Test.
  • Lord Hawke's team arrived at the ground to find the the club buildings filled with injured survivors from a dynamite explosion nearby.