result
1st Test, Johannesburg, Feb 14 - 16 1899, England tour of South Africa
145 & 237
(77.1 ov, target 132)251 & 99
England won by 32 runs
England 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Frank Mitchell  b Graham28---0-
Pelham Warner c & b Llewellyn21---0-
Johnny Tyldesley run out 17---0-
Clem Wilson  b Middleton8---0-
Willis Cuttell c Llewellyn b Graham19---0-
Albert Trott run out 0--00-
Frank Milligan c Graham b Middleton11---0-
Lord Hawke (c)c †Bisset b Llewellyn0--00-
Jack Board c Dower b Rowe29---0-
Hugh Bromley-Davenport c Graham b Rowe4---0-
Schofield Haigh not out 2--00-
Extras(b 4, lb 1, w 1)6
TOTAL(77.2 Ov, RR: 2.24)145
Fall of wickets: 1-51 (Pelham Warner), 2-53 (Frank Mitchell), 3-77 (Clem Wilson), 4-77 (Johnny Tyldesley), 5-81 (Albert Trott), 6-96 (Frank Milligan), 7-96 (Lord Hawke), 8-138 (Willis Cuttell), 9-138 (Jack Board), 10-145 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Bonnor Middleton2394822.50---00
George Rowe18.263422.21---00
Robert Graham1672221.65---00
Charlie Llewellyn2063522.10---00
South Africa 1st INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Jimmy Sinclair run out 86---0-
Vincent Tancred  b Haigh18---0-
Howard Francis lbw b Trott7---0-
Robert Dower  b Trott0--00-
Murray Bisset (c)† b Haigh35---0-
William Solomon c Tyldesley b Haigh2--00-
George Shepstone  b Cuttell8---0-
Charlie Llewellyn st †Board b Trott38---0-
Robert Graham c †Board b Cuttell4---0-
Bonnor Middleton c Mitchell b Trott22---0-
George Rowe not out 13---0-
Extras(b 5, lb 11, nb 2)18
TOTAL(84.1 Ov, RR: 3.57)251
Fall of wickets: 1-46 (Vincent Tancred), 2-55 (Howard Francis), 3-59 (Robert Dower), 4-114 (Murray Bisset), 5-118 (William Solomon), 6-143 (George Shepstone), 7-169 (Jimmy Sinclair), 8-183 (Robert Graham), 9-224 (Charlie Llewellyn), 10-251 (Bonnor Middleton)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Albert Trott30.1136142.42---00
Schofield Haigh30510134.04---00
Willis Cuttell1754222.96---00
Frank Milligan702904.97---00
England 2nd INNINGS
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Frank Mitchell lbw b Llewellyn1--00-
Pelham Warner not out 132---0-
Johnny Tyldesley c Shepstone b Middleton17---0-
Clem Wilson  b Middleton18---0-
Willis Cuttell c Dower b Middleton21---0-
Albert Trott c Solomon b Rowe6---0-
Schofield Haigh c Shepstone b Rowe1--00-
Frank Milligan st †Bisset b Llewellyn8---0-
Lord Hawke (c) b Llewellyn5---0-
Jack Board c & b Middleton17---0-
Hugh Bromley-Davenport  b Middleton0--00-
Extras(b 9, nb 2)11
TOTAL(104 Ov, RR: 2.73)237
Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Frank Mitchell), 2-41 (Johnny Tyldesley), 3-104 (Clem Wilson), 4-139 (Willis Cuttell), 5-149 (Albert Trott), 6-153 (Schofield Haigh), 7-171 (Frank Milligan), 8-189 (Lord Hawke), 9-233 (Jack Board), 10-237 (Hugh Bromley-Davenport)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Bonnor Middleton2685152.35---00
George Rowe28124021.71---00
Robert Graham1123804.14---00
Charlie Llewellyn36118932.96---00
George Shepstone31803.20---00
South Africa 2nd INNINGS (target: 132 runs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Jimmy Sinclair c Cuttell b Haigh4---0-
Vincent Tancred c †Board b Haigh7---0-
Howard Francis  b Cuttell29---0-
Robert Dower c Cuttell b Trott9---0-
Murray Bisset (c)†not out 21---0-
Charlie Llewellyn  b Trott0--00-
George Shepstone lbw b Cuttell0--00-
William Solomon  b Cuttell2--00-
Bonnor Middleton c Bromley-Davenport b Trott14---0-
Robert Graham c Tyldesley b Trott0--00-
George Rowe  b Trott0--00-
Extras(b 4, lb 5, nb 4)13
TOTAL(77.1 Ov, RR: 1.53)99
Fall of wickets: 1-13 (Jimmy Sinclair), 2-21 (Vincent Tancred), 3-58 (Howard Francis), 4-62 (Robert Dower), 5-65 (Charlie Llewellyn), 6-66 (George Shepstone), 7-78 (William Solomon), 8-97 (Bonnor Middleton), 9-99 (Robert Graham), 10-99 (George Rowe)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Albert Trott33.1144951.77---00
Schofield Haigh1252022.00---00
Willis Cuttell32241730.63---00
CLOSE OF PLAY
Tue, 14 Feb - day 1 - South Africa 1st innings 86/3 (Jimmy Sinclair 38*, Murray Bisset 21*)
Wed, 15 Feb - day 2 - England 2nd innings 171/7 (Pelham Warner 97*)
Thu, 16 Feb - day 3 - South Africa 2nd innings 99 (77.1 ov) - end of match
MATCH NOTES
General
  • Warner was the first to carry his bat through a completed innings on debut for England.
  • AE Trott was making his debut for England after appearing in three Tests for Australia .